Swedish-based software provider, Play ‘n Go, and UK-based games developer, iSoftBet, have been awarded the latest new gambling licenses from Romania’s gambling regulator, Oficiul Naţional Pentru Jocuri de Noroc (ONJN).
Play ‘n Go was awarded a class 2 license which will allow the supplier to provide its content to all online channels for gaming operators in Romania.
“This is a landmark day for the company and we are delighted to have been awarded a gaming licence for Romania, a growing market that we have had our eyes on for some time,” stated Johan Törnqvist, chief executive of Play ‘n Go.
“We have a long line of parties interested in our premium, best-in-class content and we can’t wait to see the joy on Romanian players’ faces as they interact with our games for the first time.”
Play ‘n Go has more than 80 games and their content is already available via more than 100 operators and in 32 languages. The acquisition of the Romanian gaming licence follows significant demand for their games from customers based in a number of Eastern European countries.
iSoftBet has been awarded a license to produce and distribute gaming software, allowing the company to introduce its games portfolio to the Romanian market and for regulated operators to integrate its games and offer them to their Romanian players. An initial selection of 50 games from their games portfolio will be rolled out through NetBet.ro.
“Expanding the number of regulated markets in which we are operational is a significant part of iSoftBet’s growth plan,” announced Nir Elbaz, managing director at iSoftBet.
“We regard responsible gambling as the highest priority and work hard to deliver fair and enjoyable games for players and maximum profits for our operators.”