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Blueprint extends Banijay’s Deal or No Deal franchise with upcoming slot launch



lueprint Gaming has partnered with Banijay Brands to continue the Deal or No Deal license phenomenon with a new slot featuring the iconic brand set to launch this October.

Deal or No Deal Megaways: The Golden Box, which will be released on the 29th October, becomes the latest addition to Blueprint’s comprehensive catalog of games that are inspired by the hit TV show.

This launch follows the successful debut of a number of high-impact titles, based on Banijay’s Deal or No Deal IP for the UK and beyond. The famous brand first appeared in the market over 15 years ago and remains popular with players worldwide.

The most recent release to incorporate the license, Deal or No Deal Lightning Spins, included the developer’s newly-launched bonus concept, Lightning Spins. Previous versions have featured in the supplier’s Pub Fruit Series and its flourishing Megaways portfolio.

Jo Purvis, Director of Marketing and Relationships at Blueprint Gaming, said: “We’re really excited to unveil Deal or No Deal Megaways™: The Golden Box, which promises to be another quality addition to our catalog of games inspired by Banijay’s globally-recognized TV show.

“It’s fantastic that the team at Banijay Brands has entrusted us to deliver the iconic brand to the slots market. These Deal or No Deal games are hugely popular with our players in the UK and continue to attract the interest of new customers.”

Lex Scott, Head of Business Development at Banijay Brands, said: “Blueprint has done a tremendous job in elevating the Deal or No Deal brand to new audiences. We are confident this latest addition to the franchise will be a hit, given how successful recent games have performed.

“The company has consistently produced high-quality Deal or No Deal games and its latest creation is set to be another superb release.”

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