Blueprint Gaming Gets Romanian and Danish Licenses

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Casino game developer Blueprint Gaming has announced that they've been granted gaming licenses from the governments of Denmark and Romania, allowing the company to offer their titles in each territory.

The licensing will allow Blueprint to work out deals with casino groups that are licensed in those jurisdictions. The company has developed a slew of different slots, including Jackpot King, Romeo & Juliet, The Pig Wizard, and more. No details on pending casino partners were available as of press time.

Commenting on the licensing Blueprint Gaming Managing Director Matt Cole said, "We have received strong interest from operators active in both regions who are looking to improve their portfolio of casino games. Regulated markets form a key part of our strategy for further growth and entering both Denmark and Romania presents us with a fantastic opportunity."

"We are aiming to complete Italian certification this year with a view to launching in Q1 2018, with Spanish certification to follow shortly after."

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23 February 2018 - 11:49am
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Obviously that's are great news for Blueprint, Romania is amongst top 10 most populated countries in Europe (underestimated market I think) and we know how solvent Danish market is so that's just great for them being able to operate at those markets.