Casino software and games developer Playson has been granted a Class II licence by the Romanian regulator, the ONJN, giving the company the green light to enter the country’s regulated igaming market.
The new licence means that operators active in the eastern European country can now offer customers Playson titles for the first time.
These include the supplier’s popular Timeless Fruit slots series, as well as latest releases including Solar Queen, Wild Warriors, Mighty Africa and Book of Gold: Classic.
Approval form the ONJN brings total the number of Playson licences to three, adding Romania to the UK and Malta as jurisdictions within which the company is licensed.
Alexander Ivshin, Playson CEO, said: “Here at Playson we’re delighted to announce we have been granted our Romanian licence and thrilled to give players access to our innovative slot catalogue.
“We’re always looking to expand our global footprint, and we look forward to working alongside the ONJN, and developing a long and fruitful partnerships in Romania.”
The news follows recent content deals with operators TOPsport and SuprNation.