The issuance of a Class II license to Betsoft Gaming by the Romanian National Gambling Office further expands the company’s influence in Europe. Betsoft has already established a presence in Italy and Denmark and hopes to drop anchor with Romanian players and strengthen existing partnerships in the country. The iGaming company is already looking to partner with new licensees, given the rapid growth of the online gaming industry in Romania since 2016.
Betsoft has been pushing heavily to compete with other operators in multiple European markets. It is seeking new partnerships with customers in these markets, with HTML 5 titles in Romania from the Slots3 series of games, in tandem with its Casino Manager solution. The director of accounts at the company, Julian Camilleri was excited about the prospect of providing games and platforms to the Romanian market.
Re-Regulated Market Finds Betsoft a Willing Entrant
Romania re-regulated online gambling activity in 2016 and since then it has seen a resurgence in activity among players and operators. Now, there are clear-cut frameworks for regulatory structures and player protections. Betsoft bided it’s time before entering the Romanian market, waiting for players to understand the intricacies of online casino gaming before offering its services to them. Thanks to its innovative technology and exciting range of games, Betsoft provides a viable offering to players.
The company is based in Malta, with international licenses and operations in Curaçao, and Italy. Cross-game features and market-tailored functionality are now part of its list of innovative features. The company provides marquee online slots games in areas where Internet connectivity has been a challenge. Betsoft Gaming fully supports customized gaming and prioritizes features and themes according to target markets. The cinematic gaming experience that is so indicative of the Betsoft brand will be available to players in Romania too.