The principles at leading iGaming software developer NetEnt have invested over 20 years in the iGaming industry. In that time, they have learned the importance of expanding operations in all facets. With that in mind, NetEnt has announced they have just been approved to receive class 2 iGaming licenses from the National Gambling Office in Romania.
The licenses, which go into effect immediately, allow the company to distribute its software platform and gaming content to online casino sites that are operating within Romanian borders. Additionally, the company will be permitted to manage and host facilities that are designed specifically for online gaming.
In recent years, NetEnt has been investing heavily in the development of its software platform and games in order to compete within an industry that is growing at record levels. As part of its expansionism approach to growth, the company has successfully secured iGaming licenses in many of Europe’s top iGaming markets.
Along with its new licenses with the National Gambling Office in Romania, NetEnt also holds iGaming licenses in the following jurisdictions: Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC), Belgium Gaming Commission (Kansspelcommissie), Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner (GGC), Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement – USA (DGE), La Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego – Spain (DGOJ) and the UK Gambling Commission.
The company was founded in 1996. In its 20 years of existence, the company has developed one of the most exciting and reliable turn-key software platforms in the world. When it comes to game development, NetEnt’s game developers have maintained pace with the rest of the industry through the use of cutting edge software development tools and innovation. This has enabled the company to create 100+ relationships with online casinos located all over the world.
For the benefit of the end-users, the players, the software is accessible with downloaded software, in instant play mode and through the use of tablets and smartphones that operate on iOS for Apple and Android platforms. In order to assure all gaming results are delivered in a fair, consistent and random manner, an embedded random number generator (RNG) is employed. Based on industry standards and regulations, the RNG has been tested and certified as “fair and safe” by independent auditors at eCOGRA.