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Internet betting group Tain has announced that they've been awarded a Class 2 gaming license through the Romanian National Gambling Office, and will now be able to offer their games to regulated internet casinos in the country as a result.
Tain, which was purchased by XIN Gaming last month, has been aiming to expand into the Eastern European market, and this license is the first ever in the region for the developer.
Commenting on the licensing, Tain Managing Director Mathias Larsson said, "We are delighted to take this first step into one of the regulated markets within the Eastern European region. We have customers that are already operational in Romania, and there are many others that have shown interest in working with us."
"As we are already integrated with all premium content providers that hold a license in Romania, Tain is now the perfect choice for operators wanting to enter the market."
"Tain has a well-defined and ambitious strategy that has identified the potential of the Eastern European region, and we hope to soon announce the attainment of further licenses. We expect Hungary to be the next market that we enter."