The Romanian regulator ONJN has granted casino content producer Red Rake Gaming a Class II licence, letting it to deal directly with the country’s authorised operators.
Romanian players will now be able to play titles such as Super 15 Stars, Super 20 Stars, Alchemy Ways, Max Dangerous and the Lost Relics, Tommy Gun’s Vendetta, and Flamingo Paradise thanks to the new licence.
Nick Barr, managing director for Red Rake Malta said: “We are thrilled to have obtained our Class II Romanian licence.
“This recent acquisition is driven by our commitment to our clients to continue to deliver our top performing content to the Romanian players which has always proved to be very popular.
“The Red Rake Gaming content resonates well with players delivering classic looking slots packed with strong feature and bonus games.”
Broader range of content
Furthermore, before the end of the year, the company plans to launch a broader range of content in the Romanian market.
With continuous supply and development into regulated markets at the heart of its business strategy, this recent market entry represents yet another opportunity for the company to expand its presence in Romania.
Furthermore, the development follows the Hellenic Gaming Commission granting Red Rake a Greek Licence
“Greece has always been a very strong market for our content, demonstrated through our extensive client portfolio in the market,” added Barr.“Our regulated market reach continues to grow continuously with more exciting markets lined up for Q4 2021 and Q1 2022.”