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Internet gambling platform group EveryMatrix has announced that it has been awarded a Class II gaming license by the Romanian National Gambling Office, allowing the firm to offer their services to operators in the country.
The licensing will afford EveryMatrix the opportunity to distribute its platform to various operators that are licensed in the Eastern European country. The move makes EveryMatrix the latest group authorized to offer services in Romania, coming after the country liberalized its gaming market.
Commenting on the licensing, EveryMatrix CEO Ebbe Groes said, "Our access to the Romanian market comes as a natural consequence of our long-time investment in this country. I am proud to say that Romania shelters our largest EveryMatrix office, with more than 50% of our employees working in the heart of Bucharest."
"At the same time, Romania is one of the largest European countries and it is therefore an important addition to our portfolio."