Blueprint Gaming signs deal with Rootz platform
Published: August 25, 2021
Premium provider of slot content, Blueprint Gaming, has bolstered its European presence by signing the deal with the Rootz platform.
The new deal will see players at Caxino, Wheelz, and Wildz casinos access Blueprint’s versatile portfolio. It means that a UK-based brand will present its content to the wider public. The newest integration is completed via ORYX Hub.
Under the terms of the deal, Rootz customers will be able to enjoy Megaways titles, including Buffalo Rising and Diamond Mine. It will be followed by the distribution of branded titles such as Rick and Morty Wubba Lubba Dub Dub and The Goonies.
Blueprint will proceed in the same rhythm while adding new slots across the Rootz online casino brands. It will include The Goonies Return, which is based on an already famous classic and inspired by a movie from 1985.
Rootz was established in 2018 and has evolved into one of the leading online casinos in the industry. Its proprietary platform has been created with an automation-first approach, offering smooth and stable performance.
Speaking on the new deal, Director of Key Accounts at Blueprint Gaming, Samuel Häggblom, said:
It’s amazing to see our highly engaging titles go live with the Rootz platform and its online casino brands, enabling us to strengthen our presence in the European market. The group’s online casinos have formed an impressive customer base over recent years. With this new deal, more players than ever before will have access to our engaging suite of games.
About Blueprint Gaming
Blueprint Gaming is a prestigious provider of online slots based in the United Kingdom. It belongs to the Gauselmann Group and delivers products both for mobile and online casino markets.
Its portfolio consists of several categories such as Jackpot King, Deal or No Deal, Pub Fruit Series, Merkur products, and Megaways titles.
It has licenses from the Malta Gaming Authority, UK Gambling Commission, and Alderney Gambling Control Commission. Its headquarters are in the UK, with a Gibraltar-based office.