SBC News Vermantia secures first ever virtual games supplier license for Romania

Vermantia secures first ever virtual games supplier license for Romania

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ONJN the National Gambling Agency of Romania has granted Vermantia the first licensed certification for the servicing of virtual sports provisions and products for the Romanian gambling sector.

Following a review of its games inventory and client services, Vermantia is the first Virtual Sports provider to be approved by ONJN.

Vermantia governance stated that it would move quickly to open its Virtual Sports portfolio for Romanian gambling consumers.

Entering Romania the company has secured virtual sports content partnerships with gambling operators Superbet and Getsbet.

The virtual sports provider continues its recent international expansion, which has seen it secure new licensing agreements in Puerto Rico and Italy

Carlos Silva, Vermantia Regional Sales Director,  commented on the licensing approval:

“Our license in the Romanian gaming market proves Vermantia’s continuous effort and evolution within the last 2 transformational years. We are delighted to become the first company to receive this license for our software and content in Romania. We have already established strong relationships with some of the most acknowledged operators and we will be soon launching premium virtual gaming channels with market leaders Superbet and Getsbet”.

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