Romanian Licensing For Relax Gaming And Yggdrasil

Newly regulated market attracts top notch providers

Malta-based platform provider Relax Gaming has been granted a B2B supplier licence from the Romanian gambling regulator for the provision of casino games through its Silver Bullet gaming platform, as well as bingo and poker via its operating partners.
"Moving into new regulated markets is a natural step for Relax and part of our growth strategy," commented Patrik Österåker, chief executive officer at Relax Gaming. "We are very pleased to have been granted a licence in Romania, which is an attractive and growing market for us. The licence allows Relax to support our valued partners as they retain and grow their presence in this important jurisdiction."
The Romanian National Gambling Office also awarded Yggdrasil Gaming two licenses permitting the company to supply its gaming content and promotional tools to licensed operators in the country.
"It is fantastic news that Yggdrasil slots will now be available to customers in Romania," Fredrik Elmqvist, chief executive officer at Yggdrasil Gaming said.
"Gaining this licence underlines our commitment to local regulated markets. We are working hard to strategically expand our jurisdictional reach and expect to see our licensed European footprint continue to expand".

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