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ThrillTech, an iGaming technology company focused on providing gaming and engagement tech, has secured B2B licences to operate in Malta, Sweden and Romania. The acquisition of these licences will allow the company broader distribution of its technology solutions.

Peter Mareš, ThrillTech CTO, praised the latest developments, remarking that the company is now able to offer its tailored products to licensed operators in the various jurisdictions.

With the new licence in hand, ThrillTech is poised to explore untapped potential and deliver cutting-edge jackpot and engagement solutions to meet the evolving needs of its customers.

“The company remains committed to pushing boundaries, fostering innovation, and delivering unparalleled services to clients worldwide.”

The Romanian market has been viewed particularly favourably by gaming operators due to the perceived stability of its regulator, with other companies such as 3 Oaks Gaming, BGaming and Wazdan also securing licences in the jurisdiction.

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