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ESA Gaming Adds Leading Content from Blueprint Gaming to Aggregation Platform

The deal will see ESA’s Game Aggregator System (GAS) now host the hugely popular Fishin’ Frenzy series, as well as engaging branded content such as ted™, The Goonies™, and recent release The Flintstones™.

ESA Gaming adds leading content from Blueprint Gaming to aggregation platform
ESA Gaming adds leading content from Blueprint Gaming to aggregation platform

ESA Gaming, the innovative games provider, has significantly boosted its aggregation offering with the addition of Blueprint Gaming’s iconic slot content.

The deal will see ESA’s Game Aggregator System (GAS) now host the hugely popular Fishin’ Frenzy series, as well as engaging branded content such as ted™, The Goonies™, and recent release The Flintstones™.

The landmark integration will see ESA Gaming’s clients enjoy proven content from across both land-based and online markets, with Blueprint Gaming titles instantly recognisable due to the combination of strong artwork, bold mechanics, and fan-favourite IPs.

Blueprint Gaming becomes the latest tier-one provider added to the burgeoning GAS offering, which is available in a plethora of key regulated markets.

Thomas Smallwood, Chief Commercial Officer at ESA Gaming, said:

“Blueprint Gaming has a wealth of top-performing slot content, and we’re delighted to add it to our aggregation platform.

“GAS has gone from strength to strength over the last 12 months, and we’re confident that this will be yet another important milestone in its growth as a business vertical for us.”

Samuel Haggblom, Director of Key Accounts at Blueprint Gaming, said:

“We are thrilled to enhance our presence across key regulated markets in Europe with ESA Gaming’s GAS platform.

“Our games are proven to resonate well with players, and expanding our reach through trusted, dependable partners is key for us. We’re confident this will be a valuable two-way partnership.”

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