Innovative Malta-based games provider ESA Gaming has further enhanced its global reach after receiving a licence to offer its products in Romania.

ESA Gaming’s library of EasySwipe™ titles are now available to Romania’s licensed online operators, offering great cross-sell opportunities to sportsbooks by allowing users to enjoy the best quality casino games without disrupting the sports betting experience. 

The portfolio now consists of six titles including best-performing Goal Mine and FruitStaxx, as well as recent releases Joker Poker and Egyptian Reels, withan exciting roadmap planned for 2022.

The Romanian online gambling market has seen significant growth over the last few years and 29 operators now hold a licence to offer its services in the country.

The new licence is an important milestone for ESA Gaming as it continues to expand its global reach in regulated markets around the globe. The supplier now holds certifications in Portugal, Italy, and Colombia as well as an MGA and Greek supplier licence with further expansion expected in 2022.

Zorica Smallwood, Director at ESA Gaming, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded yet another local licence which will see us introduce our content in the Romanian market.

“Our EasySwipe™ games have been performing strongly in all markets where we are active, providing operators with an important cross-selling option in an ever-increasingly competitive marketplace. We look forward to partnering with Romanian operators and to offering our exciting products to a new audience.”

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Old Town, Bucharest, Romania

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