Blueprint Gaming announced today that it has expanded its current collaboration with SkillOnNet.
The online casino content developer will provide an even more “agile service” to the casino software platform supplier that power various brands under the terms of a lately signed long-term agreement between the two businesses. Also, SkillOnNet will profit from the in-game marketing instruments of Blueprint.
The expanded agreement will see Blueprint delivering content and associated products to the casino brands of SkillOnNet through fresh direct integration that will guarantee a smoother process.
Based in the UK and part of the Gauselmann Group, Blueprint Gaming is a game studio that creates slots for the internet and mobile gambling markets around the world. Its games are also accessible through over 100,000 land-based gaming terminals throughout the UK, Italy, and Germany.
The content of Blueprint is authorised and certified by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission.
Bluprint and SkillOnNet first joined forces back in 2016 Back then, the two firms announced that the complete title library of the game studio would go live across the online casino products network of SkillOnNet.
SkillOnNet presently supports a range of products, including PlayOJO, DrückGlück, and LuckyNiki, as well as AhtiGames, Cozino, and LuckyMeCasino, which they only recently rolled out. All of them will profit from the latest expansion of the collaboration between Blueprint and SkillOnNet.
The agreement will also allow casino brands to take advantage of the free spins instruments from Blueprint and the upcoming range of marketing characteristics from the game studio to further enhance the online gaming experience that operators provide their gambling clients with.
Furthermore, fresh and current Blueprint games will be upgraded to the progressive scheme of the supplier’s Jackpot King Deluxe. The scheme involves two’ must be won’ pots with a set value paying out winnings.
Commenting on the latest expansion of their SkillOnNet alignment, Jo Purvis, Blueprint Marketing and Relationships Director, said they’ve enjoyed a successful relationship with SkillOnNet over the years and are excited to have agreed to the new direct integration.
Ms. Purvis added that their new arrangement was another “fantastic step in strengthening our brand with the best operators” and to expand Europe. She also pointed out that the extended agreement with SkillOnNet will allow the casinos driven by the gaming platform supplier to offer the sort of marketing campaigns that drive player acquisition and retention, with free spins promotions being an important instrument for gambling operators.
SkillOnNet’s Michael Golembo remarked that their products offering: “the latest games from big-name providers such as Blueprint is key to our success.” SkillOnNet sources content from a number of online gambling suppliers and also provides services and help to their casino network, casino management back-office, risk management tools, gaming license coverage, and financial services in a numb game. The firm maintains permits from the UK Gambling Commission, the Malta Gaming Authority, the Danish Gambling Authority, and the Gambling Authority of Sweden.