• SkillOnNet Makes Deal With Blueprint Gaming

    03 December 2016

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    The way the online casino software side of the industry is set up right now is much different from how it was 10 to 15 years ago. Back then, each online casino would usually have an exclusive contract with a single software provider, and the idea was that they would only offer up the games and software from that one developer. However, this has changed tremendously in today's environment, and we're seeing now that virtually every popular online casino has titles from several software companies.

    These games are often provided through platforms like the one by SkillOnNet, and Blueprint Gaming has signed a new deal that will see all of their online slots available on that platform.

    About the Blueprint Gaming Library

    The library of slots provided by Blueprint Gaming is pretty solid. They have a significant number of games, many of which are based on their own developed concepts and brands. However, they also have licensing deals for slots that use already established brands from various types of media, and two good examples of this are their Top Cat and Happy Days slots. This will help Blueprint Gaming quite a bit to get their titles in front of more players.

    Likewise, it will help SkillOnNet since it will increase the size of their offering, which is something that is a major advantage to playing with online casinos that use their software. They feature new releases every month, largely thanks to the number of software providers they have deals like this with, and players love the wide game selection available.

    About These Companies

    Blueprint Gaming is based out of the United Kingdom, and they develop high-end online casino content. They're owned by the Gauselmann Group, which is based out of Germany. SkillOnNet has been providing great games for several years, and while they do produce some of their own games, they are more known now for their gaming platform. This platform includes games from several other providers, and that's what players really look for since it gives them so many options to choose from, including plenty of top-tier slots.

    Sources

    Press Release, SkillOnNet and Blueprint Gaming Ink Deal egamingonline.com, November 23, 2016

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