Pragmatic Play granted a Class II licence from Romanian regulator

Malta-based online gaming firm Pragmatic Play has been granted permission to operate its new Bucharest-based live casino studio after receiving a Class II licence from the Romanian gambling regulator (ONJN).

The newly-built studio will be fully licensed to offer both online and land-based operators a number of fully compliant products from Pragmatic Play.

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, commented: “We are pleased to have been granted this licence to operate our cutting-edge studio, an important step as we build the industry’s first-choice live casino solution.

“It features a solid and reliable platform, the most advanced technology and an artistic, cinematic approach, all managed by a team of professionals with extensive experience in the field.

“Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino vertical is a new landmark for our company. We enter this extremely competitive market with an outstanding multi-channel solution that gives us every confidence we can reach and surpass the highest industry standards.”

The new licence is yet another addition to the series of milestone commercial agreements in a number of regulated markets brokered by Pragmatic Play in the last 12 months. The content provider has established new partnerships with operators including PokerStars, Kindred and Casumo.

The new casino studio will offer players a wide array of Pragmatic Play’s games such as Live Roulette, Live Blackjack and Live Baccarat, with the popular Live Speed Roulette, Live Auto Roulette and Live Baccarat Super Six already on the roadmap.  

Pragmatic Play has recently strengthened  ts multi-product approach, following the acquisition of virtual sports supplier VSoftCo in January 2019.