Romania will soon join more then 12 European markets to integrate Microgaming's branded software and services via Prima Networks licensing - including Bulgaria, Denmark, Belgium, Spain and Italy.
Prima Networks company has obtained Class II licenses issued by Romania's regulatory body, Oficiul National pentru Jocuri de Noroc (ONJN) and required for a regulated manufacture, distribution and management of branded gaming software and hosting facilities.
Thanks to this, Microgaming's Quickfire platform will be used to supply a number of Romanian land based and online casino operators with hundreds of desktop and mobile games, poker and fully hosted casino solutions.
Prima Networks operates from Malta with the purpose of licensing Microgaming branded software to third party regulated markets in Europe, providing them with services needed to compete on the gaming field, while also allowing Microgaming to expand its content and influence in the industry.
Prima Networks officials consider Romania an important and exciting new market and hope the collaboration will be mutually beneficial and profitable for both developers and operators.