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Online betting game designer Blueprint Gaming has announced that they've signed an agreement with Iforium, and will move their games through the latter's platform to casino operators.
The agreement will see Blueprint's full suite of games being offered through the Gameflex platform, which is run by Iforium. The company has put out a series of branded video slots such as Ted and Inspector Gadget, and is also working on developing a game based on the Mars Attacks series. The group also puts out the Jackpot King progressive jackpot system, and has large cash prizes attached.
Commenting on the agreement Blueprint Gaming Managing Director Matt Cole said, "Partnering with Iforium is an important step in our efforts to build the Blueprint Gaming brand across Europe and make our content more accessible. We're delighted to see our games go live on the Gameflex platform and look forward to delivering even more exciting content to our latest partner over the coming months."
Iforium CEO Phil Parry also commented, adding: "I am thrilled to confirm the integration and launch of Blueprint on our Gameflex platform. Blueprint are undoubtedly one of the leading providers of premium slot content in the industry and they are a very welcome addition to our portfolio.
"I'm confident Blueprint will quickly provide many of the top performing titles we offer to our operators and their players."