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Virtual sportsbetting provider Kiron Interactive has announced that they've been awarded a Class II gaming license from the Oficiul Naţional pentru Jocuri de Noroc (ONJN), which is Romania's gaming regulator.
The license will allow Kiron the opoprtunity to provide their full suite of virtual sports products to operators in the market. Kiron was launched in 2001 and has made a name for itself by putting out virtual sports games, keno games, roulette, and more. The company puts games out online, in retail shops, and deploys gaming machiens to casinos throughout the world.
Speaking about the launch Kiron CEO Steven Spartinos said, "We are thrilled to have been awarded a permanent licence by the regulator, and it is fantastic news that our suite of virtual sports and number games will now be available to Romanian customers. Gaining this licence underlines our immense progress as the industry's leading provider of virtual products, and we are excited to develop our product line in the country's regulated market."