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Betting platform group Digitain has announced that they've been granted a gaming license from the Romanian National Gambling Office, which will let the group provide their products to operators.
The license is of the Class 2 variety, which will allow Digitain to provide online and retail services to groups. The Romanian gaming market is growing, having regulated online betting three years ago, with more operators being licensed to provide casino games and sportsbetting products to their customers. Digitain's platform features more than 3,000 casino games and features 65 different sports for wagering.
Commenting on the license Digitain CCO Suren Khachtryan said, "This new licence grants us deeper access to the Eastern European market, affording more and more sports fans the opportunity to enjoy our innovative sportsbook and play our exciting stable of games. Requests for proposal from licensees in the market have been strong and we expect to announce a raft of partnership deals in due course.
"Class 2 certification from Romania marks another important milestone for the company, enabling us to bring our award-winning platform to even more operators and their players across the planet. Approval from the ONJN bolsters Digitain's ability to enter new markets with assurance as part of our wider expansion strategy. Additional key gaming licences are also currently being processed, notably in Malta."