Bluberi debuts in Minnesota following gaming licence approval

Bluberi has entered Minnesota following the approval of a gaming licence in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. 

The original tribal gaming state in the US, Bluberi noted that Minnesota represents a “great growth opportunity” with the firm set to launch the Novus b49 portrait hardware with top performing content early in 2023.

“Bluberi is excited to enter the Minnesota casino and gambling market that is home to 19 casinos and more than 21,000 slot machines,” said Casey Whalen, Chief Commercial Officer at Bluberi. 

“We are grateful to Special Agent Jill Ahart and the team at the Minnesota DPS Alcohol & Gambling Enforcement for their support of Bluberi.”

Minnesota’s nineteen operating casinos include the first ever tribal casino in the US, established in 1988. Bluberi will also launch its products, including themes such as Devil’s Lock, Treasure Hunter, Fu Bamboo, and the upcoming Xing Fu 888 to Minnesota casinos in early 2023.

“Bluberi”s introduction into Minnesota couldn’t be coming at a better time,” noted Mesa Whitehurst, Vice President of Sales at Bluberi. “This is a market founded on video content and that is what Bluberi does best. We will be bringing great content, service and a passion for gaming. 

“I am excited to see what we can do and how our products resonate with the players of Minnesota.”

Christian Smith, Senior Director of Product & Marketing at Bluberi, added: “I’m so excited to begin placing Bluberi games at Minnesota casinos. Our design philosophy is to build games that players will find fun, engaging, and hopefully, offer them something they don’t find in other slot themes. 

“We’ve long viewed Minnesota as having some of the savviest players in North America and will be pursuing opportunities to test new games with key casino partners.”