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Internet casino game developer Blueprint Gaming, a subsidiary of Gauselmann, announced this week that they've purchased fellow designer Project, which will add to the company's gaming library.
The deal will see Project's current titles being offered under the Blueprint umbrella, which will then be deployed to Blueprint's channels. Project has been around for more than 30 years, and the group has put out more than 50 games that are available today. The company is based out of London, and will continue to be based there, albeit in a close relationship with their new overlords.
Speaking about the deal Gauselmann's Sascha Blodau said, "Project has a strong reputation within the UK retail space and we're thrilled to welcome them to the Blueprint Gaming family. The enlarged group will continue to be led by Blueprint Gaming Managing Director Matt Cole and we look forward to working closely with the whole Project team."
Project Managing Director Tony Boulton added: "I am excited about the next phase in Project's development as a part of the Gauselmann Group. We have a great team of people and we will benefit from the scale, support and added distribution of the Gauselmann group. This opportunity will enable us to grow and to introduce our proven games to an online audience. Our aftersales support will remain in place to service the large number of games we currently have in the market and we thank all our customers who have supported us over many years."
No details on the purchase price paid was available as of press time.