Online Casino Reports Enters Romania with ONJN Licence

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Online Casino Reports is a leading news and reviews portal for the global online gambling industries, with specialised sites available for players living all over the world. And the latest to launch is Online Casino Reports Romania, with national residents able to access the new site from September 2016 onwards. Balanced News and Reviews Online Casino Reports Enters Romania with ONJN LicenceOnline Casino Reports is excited to be entering the Romanian iGaming market and carving out a place as the leading news portal and review site for players living in the country. Online Casino Reports has already convinced Romania’s Oficiul National pentru Jocuri de Noroc (ONJN) of its commitment to delivering honest casino reviews and fair offers alongside detailed and balanced industry reports. To adhere to national standards, Online Casino Reports Romania will only report on operators that have been approved by and are currently regulated by ONJN. This is to ensure Online Casino Reports’ Romanian readers are only made aware of online gambling sites that have been proven as safe, reliable, compliant, and legal. Serving Romanian Players Most of the internet forces users to read content in English, but Online Casino Reports goes against this trend by operating nationally focused sites for many different countries. With Online Casino Reports Romania, national residents will have a site that makes information available to them in their own language, and thus ensuring complete clarity. Players can also look forward to the release of a dedicated Online Casino Reports Romania app that will let them read about news, reviews, and offers while on the move. The first Online Casino Reports Romania app is coming soon will be compatible with Apple iOS devices. ONJN Licences The long-planned move was completed when Online Casino Reports was approved for Romania’s legally required Class 2 licence, which was awarded by the ONJN under decision number 1440. After legislative change in 2015, Romanian online gambling portals are required to obtain the Class 2 licence to fully comply with legal requirements. Romania’s legislative change has been a welcome step forward for the country, which is now open to licencing applications from gambling operators and affiliate sites. Before the adjustment in 2015, operators previously ran the risk of incurring major fines for serving Romanian players.


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