BF Games Sets It’s Sights On Romania After Obtaining License

After obtaining its first green-light license to join the jurisdiction, BF Games has become the latest firm to set its sights on Romania.

Upon authorisation by the Romanian gambling authority ONJN, the games development company adds to the existing licenses held in Malta, the UK and Latvia, as well as a land-based gaming license in Montenegro.

Through the issuance of a supplier license in Romania, the company is allowed to provide its portfolio to the online operators of the country for the first time after a successful period of offering its land-based slot machines in the region.

As a result, licensed gaming operators throughout the country now have full access to the slot range of BF Games, including new titles such as Fibonacci, Book of Goods and Ramses Rising, as well as Bonnie and Clyde, Crystal Mania and Stunning Hot.

In Romania, where online gambling has been legal since 2016, all suppliers and operators are required to obtain a license. BF Games’ Class II license issued by the regulator allows the regulator to sign strategic partnerships with accredited operators and supply Romanian players with their content.

The company, which distributes content directly through its remote gaming network, stresses that it has seen a lot of interest on the market from licensees and is expected to announce partnership deals in the near future.

Piotr Szpoton, CEO at BF Games, explained: “We are always looking to extend our reach and as Romania is a mature market, obtaining a new licence here demonstrates our confidence in the market as well as our products.

“Three years ago, we entered the Romanian land-based market offering our slot-machines through and exclusive partnership, and after seeing the positive results and the interests in our offering, we decided to enter the online vertical as well.”

BF Games entered into a pair of new game-based agreements earlier this month, with both Oryx Gaming and PlayFortuna taking their iGaming product suite on board.