Leap Gaming secures Romanian licence

Romania blocked 26 unlicensed gambling sites last week.
Romania blocked 26 unlicensed gambling sites last week.

The Malta-based gaming provider has gained a licence for B2B and B2C operations in Romania.

Romania.- Leap Gaming has picked up a Class II gaming licence from Romania’s National Gambling Office (ONJN). The Malta-based provider, which offers virtual sports, slots and table games, will be able to offer virtual sports and casino software to both B2C and B2B operators.

Leap said the licence was “another step on Leap’s expansion path into regulated markets, for scalable distribution of its state-of-the-art virtual sports, slots and table games”.

It comes just a week after the company gained a gambling licence in Sweden from the national regulator Spelinspektionen.

Last February, Leap entered the Italian market with GoldBet, and in November, it reached a provisional licence in Greece.

Last week, the ONJN blocked 26 unlicensed gambling sites in Romania. The latest list of blocking orders features Sloty.com and a1xSlot.

See also: Romanian lottery considers sports betting options

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