HungryBear and Blueprint Gaming Forge IP Partnership
HungryBear Gaming, a game design and development studio based in the UK and Canada, has formed a strategic collaboration with Blueprint Gaming. The partnership aims to enhance the Slot Masters tournament experience by incorporating Blueprint Gaming’s extensive IP and games portfolio.
As part of the agreement, HungryBear will develop bespoke free-to-play Slot Masters games inspired by Blueprint’s successful titles. These unique games will be distributed to operators in the UK and Europe.
The partnership provides an opportunity to expand the Slot Masters tournament’s reach to Blueprint Gaming’s existing fanbase, while also increasing the exposure of HungryBear’s portfolio of slots.
Slot Masters has gained popularity in the iGaming industry due to its intuitive multiplayer gameplay. Participants engage in a free-to-play format, utilizing various offensive and defensive strategies to impact their opponents’ scores.
Justin Chamberlain, CEO of HungryBear, said: “We are over the moon to be partnering with the UK’s leading supplier of slots content. The partnership with Blueprint allows us to further enhance and improve the Slot Masters experience by offering players the opportunity to play the world’s leading multiplayer game with the legendary and industry leading content and IP that Blueprint own.
“Huge titles such as Fishin’ Frenzy, King Kong Cash, Luck O’ The Irish, Wish Upon a Jackpot and more will all be utilised by HungryBear to create incredible and unique Slot Masters games for our customers and players to enjoy.”
Matt Cole, Managing Director of Blueprint Gaming, said: “We are constantly exploring ways of taking our popular content in exciting new directions through new concepts and mechanics.
“HungryBear’s Slot Masters format is a truly innovative free to play tournament which is already proving to resonate with a wide audience of players. Through this first-of-its-kind partnership, we are combining the best of Blueprint and HungryBear to offer operators a unique marketing proposition.”