Slotegrator gains Romanian B2B license

The company hopes to offer “the latest trends and innovative technologies” to the regulated Romanian market.

Online casino and sportsbook operator Slotegrator has completed the application process to obtain its Romanian B2B license.

The Romanian regulatory body, ONJN, grants licences for both B2B and B2C gambling companies.

Having acquired a Class 2 license allowing itself to provide products and services to Romanian online and casino sportsbooks, Slotegrator can now officially offer its businesses in the country.

Recently, Romania gained the attention of several igaming operators, all with the same hopes to become authorized within the fully regulated jurisdiction.

As it stands, the country has accrued healthy and sustainable growth with the total GGR for the market standing at an estimated $900m per year driven by the population of around 20 million civilians, an internet penetration rate of 88% and a longstanding cultural acceptance of gambling.

Slotegator managing director Yana Khaidukova said: “Being on the market for over a decade, Slotegrator has built a reputation as a provider of high-quality solutions for online casinos and sportsbooks, we have clients all over the world and our goal is to always offer them the latest trends and the most innovative technologies.

“We value the trust they grant us and do our best to justify it. Today we would like to offer them another great opportunity – the Romanian gambling market.”

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Written by Isabella Aslam


Isabella is an experienced writer in B2B and B2C journalism. Alongside crypto, Isabella writes and discusses the topics of relationships and psychology. Isabella holds a first-class degree in music journalism and often interviews electronic artists and DJs.

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