Blueprint breaks new ground with Avantgarde Trio

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With a range of B3 and Cat C products already leading in several UK markets, Blueprint Machines added to its impressive portfolio with a brand new B1 cabinet for the UK casino sector.

Having recently increased its staff numbers, Blueprint Machines took to ICE 2019 to build on its reputation in the bingo, arcade and pub sectors with its first casino- facing cabinet.
With the firm boasting a dedicated area on the Gauselmann Group stand, Blueprint added to its market-leading B3 and Cat C portfolio with the triple-27” screen B1, Avantgarde Trio.
“It’s the first B1 for Blueprint,” said sales manager Gavin Wright. “It’s basically been a year in the making, on the back of in depth analysis with UK casino operators, to allow the Gauselmann Group to deliver to this key market”
“We’re looking to enter the testing phase of this develop- ment in Q1 with a ten game menu featuring the headline titles in the street market, Eye of Horus, Fishing Frenzy and Multi- wild.”
With its three gloss-finish full HD widescreen monitors designed to maximise the HD technology package, the trio also features ergonomic design to enhance the overall player experience.
“UK operators have been extremely supportive of our entrance into the market.
“We believe that Blueprint/Gauselmann can bring a unique slant onto the Casino market with our blend of games and alternative cabinets.”
However, though the new B1 cabinet formed the centrepiece for Blueprint Machines, the firm didn’t neglect its traditional market.
“We’re also showing the Aurora Noir cabinet with a black edition menu, launched in summer 2018, with the tiled menu unique in its own right, we’re seeing good traction with that, and there’s also the Carbon premium menu on B3, and that is still performing really well, very much in pole position.”
The firm’s Community Cash Vault on Cat C also saw a new title release of Wish Upon A Jackpot, with the Titan menu and Platinum menu on the Deal or No Deal menu pub version also proving a popular draw.
“With change in legislation coming in April it’s opened up a lot of diversity, and operators are here with open minds looking forward, it’s a very interesting time.”


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