Hacksaw Gaming has expanded its European footing as the slot supplier gains its Class II licence from the Romanian regulator ONJN.

Nolimit City has entered the Romanian igaming market alongside Kaizen Gaming, after securing licensing approval from the country’s regulator the ONJN.

This has seen the online gambling operator gain access to an array of the online casino platform and game developer’s roster of igaming content.

As Kaizen becomes the first to host the provider’s slots within Romania, the company’s brands will gain a selection of some of Nolimit City’s “most sought after slots,” including Deadwood, San Quentin, and Tombstone.

Dimokratis Papadimos, RNG casino manager at Kaizen Gaming, commented: ”We are very happy to be the first company in Romania to host the high quality content Nolimit City delivers, on our casino platforms. 

“We are delighted to launch our partnership with Nolimit City which demonstrates our commitment to continuously offer innovative products and high quality entertainment to our customers.”

Kaizen Gaming operates in seven countries, with the firm live in Greece and Cyprus under the Stoiximan brand and in Germany, Romania, Portugal, Brazil and Chile via Betano.

Malcolm Mizzi, CCO & MD at Nolimit City, explained: “This partnership makes way for the future ahead for Nolimit. We’ve solidified our presence in the Nordic and Scandinavian states, making it the right time to set our sights to the rest of Europe key markets like Romania and beyond. 

“Kaizen Gaming is renowned for making waves in the industry and we could not feel any more accomplished to be partnering up with them.”

Last month, Nolimit City made its maiden manoeuvre within the Portuguese market, after the group teamed-up with French online gaming operator Betclic.

This saw the Malta, Stockholm, and India-based firm take a selection of its “player favourites” to Betclic’s Portugal player base during the month of October.