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Online betting group Blueprint Gaming announced this week that they've signed a content deal with iGaming Platform and will provide their games to the software aggregate moving forward.
The agreement will see the full suite of Blueprint slots and jackpot games being offered on the iGaming Platform, who can then provide them to the likes of Sugar Casino more than 250 others. The group brings software from developers like NetEnt, Microgaming, Kiron, and more to these operators.
Blueprint Gaming's Head of Business Development Sior Walbyoff said, "Our partnership with iGaming Platform allows us to extend our distribution and reach through its GameHub platform to new customers and territories.
"We're excited about the partnership and look forward to seeing top performing games such as Diamond Mine, Ted and Buffalo Rising go live across the GameHub network."
iGaming Platform's Phil Pearson added: "We're proud to be launching Blueprint Gaming's content on GameHub. They're one of the biggest names within the industry who have established a reputation for creating a mix of exciting games that players love to experience.
"We're sure the addition of Blueprint's branded games, as well its range of Megaways™ titles, will drive greater engagement and deliver further revenues for our operator partners."
The games have been integrated and are available at iGaming Platform partners.