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Gaming testing body eCOGRA has announced that it has been awarded a Class II gaming license by Romania's gaming regulator ONJN, and will now be able to audit and test online gaming software in the country.
The licensing makes eCOGRA one of the first agencies to be certified to test casino software in Romania, adding to the list of countries in which eCOGRA has been accredited.
Commenting on the licensing eCOGRA CEO Andrew Beveridge said, "Although the effort to fulfill the ONJN's requirements for Certifier and Auditor approval was significant, we were comfortably able to achieve this based on our independence, financial standing and the depth and experience of our professional staff and resources. We are looking forward to working with both new and existing clients and the Romanian regulator in this exciting new licensing jurisdiction."
eCOGRA is the preeminent third-party gambling software testing firm in the world, having accredited some of the largest software firms and casino operators.