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Mischievous ted thunders into Blueprint Gaming’s Pub Fruit Series

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Popular slot game adapted for the online fruit machine market 

 

Blueprint Gaming’s latest addition to its fast-expanding Pub Fruit Series sees the return of the mischievous talking teddy bear, tedTM.

Following the hugely successful slot game inspired by the Hollywood film franchise, the gameplay has been transformed into the style of the popular fruit machine format, with players following the cuddly hero as he aims to climb the prize ladder.

The 5×3 slot features traditional AWP machine features and 16 bonus games, including two feature boards and the Super Shot Zone, where users can multiply the cash pot value. Those lucky enough to reach Ted’s Big Money round have the chance to win up to 1000x the bet.

Under licence from MRC II Distribution Company, the game is available in full portrait mode and incorporates responsive functionality to give users the full fruit machine experience.

It is the latest title to join Blueprint’s Pub Fruit Series following the release of Deal or No Deal – The Perfect Play. The gameplay draws upon Blueprint’s rich heritage in the land-based market, creating an exciting new online gaming experience.

Jo Purvis, Director of Marketing and Relationships at Blueprint Gaming, said: “We’re thrilled to be reunited with our favourite thunder buddy and deliver another exciting new addition to our Pub Fruit Series.

“The original slot game featuring the beer-swigging teddy bear was a massive hit with operators and players alike. It made strategic sense for us adapt the gameplay into the pub fruit machine concept that will help tedTM appeal to a wider audience.”

 

About Blueprint Gaming:

Blueprint Gaming is a leading UK based game studio and part of Germany’s Gauselmann Group. It creates exciting slot games for the global online and mobile markets and its games are also available to be played on over 100,000 land-based gaming terminals across the UK, Germany and Italy.As well as its original content, which has become hugely popular, it has developed successful slots based on a broad range of third party brands, offering players familiarity and operators unique marketing opportunities.

Blueprint Gaming design and development team strives to push creative boundaries in the creation of slots that are as successful for its operating partners as they are entertaining and engaging for its players.

Blueprint is licensed to develop and supply online games by the UK Gambling Commission and Alderney Gambling Control Commission.

 

George Miller started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.

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Delaware igaming industry performs well in January

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The Delaware Lottery’s financial results have shown that igaming performed robustly on the financial front in January 2019, by posting a 57.9 per cent increase in revenues year-on-year.

Revenue rose to $279,541 (£217,970/€247,999), showing a 11.2 per cent month-on-month from December last year.

Players wagered $7.4m across the state’s three licensed igaming sites in January 2019, which represented a 65.5 per cent year-on-year advance, but a 27.7 per cent fall from the $10.3m staked in December 2018. Players won a total of $7.2m during the month.

Video lottery accounted for $190,223.44 of total monthly revenue, a 68.0 per cent share, followed by table games, which contributed a further $66,982.14. Poker rake and fees, on the other hand, contributed just $22,335.51.

Player registrations also grew significantly in January, up 117.3 per cent to 578.

The majority of revenue was generated by Dover Downs, which saw its more than double from $48,215.61 in the prior year to $139,816.37, with 233 players registering to play over the month.

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Move to privatise Holland Casino extended

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The move to privatise state-owned Holland Casino in the Netherlands has been postponed to 2020. The country’s justice minister Sander Dekker cancelled the vote for privatisation because of many objections that the measure suffered in the Senate.

The Financieele Dagblad said that senators are concerned about the fact that privatised casinos may encourage gambling and are worried about the way that the government was planning to proceed with the privatisation process, Dutch News informed.

The original plan included the selling of 10 of the 14 branches under the Holland Casino name, while the other four locations would be sold as a group. The cabinet from the Netherlands is also considering opening up the casino market to new providers and offer two licences.

Justice minister Dekker has until June to come up with a new proposal, present it to the senate and gain backing. “We may adapt the law, withdraw it altogether or go for a vote after all,” Dekker said in a note to senators.

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888 appoints Andrew Anthony as Responsible Gaming Director puts responsible gambling at forefront with appointment

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The Gibraltar based gaming solutions developer, 888 Holdings, has appointed Andrew Anthony as its Responsible Gaming Director. He will be overseeing the company’s player protection efforts through the improvement of responsible gaming operations, systems and processes.

He will report to Yaniv Schwartz, SVP Customer Risk Management, who said about the appointment: “During the course of his career at 888, Andrew has gained numerous insights into the behaviour of the Company’s player base.”

“In addition to this, he brings a wealth of quantitative experience and methodology to his new role heading up our Responsible Gaming team.

“888 strives to ensure that those for whom our games are not intended will not be drawn into the gaming environment and that those customers who develop a gambling problem are quickly identified and helped.

“I am looking forward to the successful delivery of the responsible gaming initiatives we have planned and continuing to drive Responsible Gaming culture throughout the organisation.”

Anthony said he is thrilled about the new role: “I am thrilled to take on this role which is at the centre of how 888 operates. In particular, I am looking forward to working together with my industry peers and stakeholders so we can share ideas and promote best practice initiatives.”

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