Hacksaw cites ‘another positive move’ after going live in Romania

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Hacksaw Gaming has expanded its European footing as the slot supplier gains its class II licence from the Romanian regulator ONJN.

Following the licence approval, players within Romania will gain access to Hacksaw’s repertoire of slot games, including Joker Bombs, Wanted Dead or a Wild and Chaos Crew. 

“It’s another positive move for 2022,” noted Marcus Cordes, CEO at Hacksaw Gaming. “We are ecstatic to be able to provide our games to the Romanian market, and we are sure our games will go down well with our new players. 

“We look forward to expanding our operations in this market in the coming months and consolidate our existing markets with new and engaging content.”

As part of the launch, Netbet became the first operator to go live with Hacksaw’s suite of slots in Romania, with the supplier stating it was made possible due to the “strong relationship” the duo have and its past launches in other European markets. 

The entry into the Romanian market follows on from the company’s several other market ventures that has witnessed its catalogue of titles certified across several European regions, such as the UK, Sweden, Denmark and Spain. 

Hacksaw’s recent licence approval also follows on from its Isle of Man approval at the start of 2022, which saw the Malta-based game provider obtain a software supply licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervisory Commission. 

At the time, the company noted that its approval is “another step in the right direction” with entry into The Isle of Man adding to the list of regulated jurisdictions it has managed to establish a presence over the past few years.

Author: Ava Harvey