Sports wagering and casino gaming developer Digitain has announced that it will be entering a new regulated European market.
The firm was been given the go ahead to extend its operations into Romania following the award of a Class 2 licence by the country’s regulator, the Romanian National Gambling Office (ONJN).
This new licence means that Digitain will now be able to offer its complete package of gaming services in the regulated Romanian market. And it will also enable operators in the online and retail spaces in that country to gain access to the complete Digitain’s range of software solutions. This will include their new Random Number Generator (RNG) which has been developed by ID Quantique.
Speaking about the development, the CCO at Digitain, Suren Khachatryan, said that it would enable the firm to grow in Eastern European and that there had already been plenty of interest:
“Requests for proposal from licensees in the market have been strong and we expect to announce a raft of partnership deals in due course.”
Khachatryan also added that it was an important landmark for the firm, enabling them to offer their products to a wider range of operators. The company hopes to add further regulated markets to their range, including Malta, where a license request is under consideration.
Online gambling was legalized three years ago in Romania, but the ONJN requires all suppliers to go through a strict series of vetting procedures before they are given a certificate.
But having obtained its licence, Digitain will now be able to form alliances with those operators who are certified in the Romanian market.
The approval marks another step in the growth of the firm. It has been involved in a number of new license applications in 2019 and has also launched a new gaming and tech support complex. The facility, known as ‘DigiTown’, is based in Yerevan, Armenia.