BF Games lauds significant Romanian growth via Favbet integration

BF Games has enlarged its Romania presence as it agrees a partnership with Fortuna Entertainment’s local casino brand

BF Games has hailed a commercial tie-up alongside online sports betting and igaming operator Favbet as one that improves the developer’s standing within the Romanian market “so significantly”.

This will see Favbet, whose offering comprises live betting, casino, esports, lottery, live casino and virtuals, take on a selection of the igaming supplier’s content suite.

The deal, which was struck via the aggregator Relax Gaming, will see the operator integrate games such as Buffalo Trail Ultra, Wild Jack Remastered, Cave of Fortune, and Book of Gates as well as a roster of legacy titles, including Stunning Hot Remastered, Energy Fruits and Hot Sunrise. 

The expansion in the Romanian market follows recent operator deals with Fortuna and Superbet within the territory as BF Games’ looks to gain “significant growth across Europe”.

Claudia Melcaru, Head of Business Development at BF Games, said: “Favbet’s focus on high-quality content and its in-depth understanding of its player base makes it the perfect partner for BF Games in Romania. 

“The operator is regarded very highly in the market, and we are delighted to sign a deal that improves our standing in the jurisdiction so significantly. We can’t wait to help the business further in the next chapter of its growth.”

Last month, Radek Biernat, BF Games’ Head of Marketing, spoke to CasinoBeats on a range of key issues for the group, most notable of which was the aforementioned ongoing expansion efforts across the globe.

In addition to detailing potential entries into Greece, Czech Republic and Bulgaria, as well as expanding in Portugal and Croatia on a European basis, impending US efforts were also discussed.

“Yes, we intend to enter the North American market as the potential is massive and we think our diverse portfolio will appeal to the local audiences,” he said.

“Especially the titles that are inspired by land-based games are likely to be a perfect fit for the player demographic in North America. We have already started the licensing process in some states, but as many of us know, it can be a long process.”