Iconic game launch from Blueprint provides players with familiarity in uncertain times

Alan Claypole Blueprint Megaways release
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Blueprint has released another classic brand in the shape of its Luck O’ The Irish Megaways. Featuring the patented BTG Megaways engine, the autumn launch is expected to be the first of wave of new releases through to the middle of 2021. The development team have been very creative as David Purvis and Alan Claypole explain.

 

Blueprint Operations is upholding its philosophy of providing big gambling entertainment experiences with the autumn launch of Luck O’ The Irish Megaways. The five-reel video slot, which features the patented BTG Megaways engine, is available across Blueprint’s industry acclaimed Auroramax, Wave and Aurora cabinets.

“Our objective is to provide operators with the best possible tools to engage with players particularly during the difficult and challenging times that society finds itself in” stated David Purvis, Managing Director at Blueprint Operations. “During times of uncertainty players will look for brands that they recognise. Luck O’ The Irish, low stake gambling’s favourite Leprechaun, is an iconic and friendly brand that provides familiarity, confidence and entertainment – the three crucial characteristics that players are seeking.”

Alan Claypole (pictured), who serves as Head of Product, added: “The development team at Blueprint has a game pipeline in place through to the middle of 2021. Our challenge is to ensure a dynamic and fluid approach to launches which means being prepared to amend the schedule to suit the mood of the market and the market dynamics.

“At the same time, it is vital that we maintain a balanced menu, which means catering for all player types and at stake levels to suit everyone’s gambling entertainment budget.”

The latest iteration of the Luck O’ The Irish franchise features the patented BTG Megaways engine. The game randomly selects two to seven symbols on each reel for every spin, in the process creating anything from 32 to 16,807 ways to win. Pays are awarded for three or more adjacent symbols on any win-line.


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