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

Push Gaming has introduced an array of its gaming suite to the Romanian market, as the igaming developer lauds a region that has “great potential to become even bigger”.

The announcement, which sees Push Gaming continue to grow its European footprint, will see the supplier take its games to the Romanian market, following its full certification to the standards set by Romania’s national regulator, the ONJN.

As a result of this latest accreditation and the group’s recent growth, Push will be permitted to partner with multiple operators as it prepares to announce a series of “multiple high-profile deals” in the next few months. 

Led by Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming, the studio aims to continue what it lauds as a “record-breaking 18 months of commercial success,” with a mission to keep players at the heart of its content.

Commenting on the supplier’s expansion plans, Hickey explained: “While already well-established in a relatively short space of time, the Romanian market has great potential to become even bigger and our innovative portfolio of games sets us up perfectly to make the most of the opportunity.

“These are exciting times for Push, we’re growing at a remarkable pace and with new key hires in place behind the scenes to support our accelerating expansion we’re in fantastic shape to make our mark in several new regions.”

This latest development for the group follows a pair of agreements rolled-out by Push Gaming last month, with its Romanian certification following commercial tie-ups with MrQ and Soft2Bet.