Online Casino Reports Goes Live in Romania after Receiving ONJN Class 2 LicensePublished August 31, 2016 by Ivan P
Online Casino Reports is available in Romania after receiving the ONJN Romanian Class 2 license.
Online Casino Reports has gone live in Romania after receiving the Class 2 license from the Oficiul National pentru Jocuri de Noroc (ONJN) - decision number 1440, onlinecasinoreports.ro. The Romanian regulatory body is in charge of issuing Class 1 and Class 2 licenses to online casino operators and casino affiliate sites after the new law was passed in 2015.
Online Casino Reports Romania
Online Casino Reports Romania will be a go-to site for Romanian players and punters in the renewing Romanian iGaming market. The site will provide Romanian players with detailed and honest casino and bonus reviews and carefully crafted reports about various promotions from the industry. Reviews and info texts will focus only on ONJN regulated operators that have been confirmed as safe, reliable, and compliant with the country laws.
App Coming Really Soon
Aside for the website which is fully accessible for Romanian residents, Online Casino Reports will also release a new iOS app soon which will allow Romanians to find recommended and regulated online casinos on mobile.
About the ONJN License
The new legislation finally put an end to the online gambling stalemate in Romania, opening the country to new possibilities. Prior to 2015, only a few casinos in the country allowed for players to register and play while playing on an unregulated provider carried with it a risk of substantial fines.
ONJN is in charge of accepting and reviewing applications for gambling licenses. While operators need to apply for the Class 1 license, everyone else involved with the online casino business must receive the Class 2 license.