Casino Brands to Receive Content Upgrade from Blueprint Gaming
Recently updated on September 11th, 2019
Casino brands affiliated with SkillOnNet will receive a content boost from the pokies software developer, Blueprint Gaming, based in the UK. The range of igaming brands will benefit from much-sophisticated technology. The casino brands will also have access to all the marketing tools of Blueprint Gaming.
All the casino brands that are associated with SkillOnNet will have a better-streamlined process of the delivery of Blueprint games and products that will be developed in the future. These brands include PlayOJO, DrückGlück, as well as LuckyNiki. The newly launched gambling sites like AhtiGames, Cozonu and LuckyMeCasino will also receive the pending content boost from Blueprint Gaming.
The director of Marketing and Relationships at Blueprint Gaming, Jo Purvis, told the media that the software developer has had a great relationship with SkillOnNet in the past years and they are pleased to continue the relationship. Purvis further told the media that this is an excellent move in their plan to further expand into the European market.
Casino Brands to Offer Free Spins
One of the features of the content upgrade from Blueprint Gaming will come in the form of Free Spins. Purvis further told the media that all the gambling brands that are powered by SkillOnNet would be able to use free spins to acquire and keep players.
The brands will also have access to a range of marketing tools from Blueprint Gaming. These tools are designed to ensure that players’ gaming experience is improved. Moreover, existing and new slot games will also be upgraded to the Jackpot King Deluxe progressive system that Blueprint Gaming is well known for. This means that the games will receive the “must-be-won” pots that have a guaranteed fixed value payout.
SkillOnNet Pleased with Arrangement
The Sales and Marketing Director of SkillOnNet, Michael Golembo, told the media that they are pleased to have extended their relationship with Blueprint Gaming. He is excited that the casino brands will reap the rewards of the partnership.
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