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Internet betting platform group Finnplay has announced that they've been awarded a Romanian gaming license, which will allow them to offer their service to operators in the country.
Finnplay was granted a Class II license, which will allow the group to offer their platform within the country. The Romanian National Gambling Office approved of the license, which applies to the platform itself. It's unknown whether or not the approval will allow for the company to offer white label solutions as they do in other countries.
Commenting on the licensing Finnplay CEO Martin Prantner said, "We're delighted to have passed the stringent criteria required to supply operators in the fast-growing regulated Romanian market and are looking forward to offering our handcrafted technology to existing Romanian operators or those brands looking to enter the iGaming market.
"This is a further stepping stone for our business strategy of continued regulatory technical compliance and growth opportunities in which we can offer our customers an all-inclusive, serviced gaming platform for regulated EU markets, including the United Kingdom, Malta, Denmark and now Romania, with a full array of licenced products across the entire iGaming spectrum."