Mansion Expands Game Portfolio with Blueprint Gaming SlotsPublished August 21, 2018 by Florin P
Mansion has reached an agreement with Blueprint Gaming to offer its players the best games from the UK-based studio.
Mansion is one of the leading brands in the online gambling industry, with a sizable portfolio of games. The lineup of slots just got better, as they have reached an agreement with Blueprint Gaming. In the wake of this deal, the operator will expand its games portfolio, by adding some of the most popular slots from this supplier. The UK-based studio is famous for crafting visually appealing slots with unique game mechanics; they’re expected to fit in nicely in Mansion Casino’s collection of games.
The decision to go live withBlueprint Gaming content was made after the gambling operator successfully integrated the Playtech Open Platform. Their players will enjoy instant access to some classic slots such as King Kong Cash, Paws of Fury, TED and Wish Upon a Jackpot. Blueprint’s latest slot Diamond Mine Megaways was also added and in the next months, progressive jackpot slots will gradually be introduced.
A Mutually Beneficial Partnership
The agreement between Mansion and Blueprint Gaming is expected to benefit both parties. The casino will provide its players with access to more games, ranging from classic slots to the latest releases. They will expand their portfolio with original games so players won’t have any reason to look elsewhere for gambling entertainment. Meanwhile, the software developer expands its reach within the online gaming industry. Their games will benefit from exposure and will be enjoyed by tens of thousands of players.
Mansion works with several software developers and all their partners were chosen among leading suppliers of casino games. Blueprint Gaming is specialized in the creation of slots for both online and land-based casinos. The result is an eclectic mix of games that push the creative boundaries and provide the much-needed diversity for online gamblers. They are licensed by both the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission.