iGaming content provider BGaming on Thursday announced that the studio has been granted a Class II licence from the Romanian National Gambling Office. It is a significant decision for BGaming, allowing it to boost its international reach and deliver its products to the Romanian market.

For the company, obtaining a Romanian licence means opening access to more than 90 high-quality products, including recent hits such as Wild Cash, Wild Cashx9999, the popular Elvis Frog series, and the brand exclusive titles to Romanian operators and thousands of players.

Marina Ostrovtsova, CEO at BGaming, said: “We’re happy to resume our business in the Romanian market and see great opportunities for growth in the region. BGaming’s content matches all the country standards, and we’re delighted to provide high-quality games for local operators and thousands of Romanian players”.

Earlier this year, BGaming announced that the studio has implemented all the technical improvements required by the German market regulator and started to provide its iGaming content to the local operators and partners working with German traffic and operating in the .de national domains.

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