Romania Gambling Licence


The main body in charge of gambling activities in Romania is the National Gambling Office (ONJN), which is responsible for authorizing the operators that want to access the Romanian market and for enforcing regulations that need to be implemented by all local players. The present Romanian legislative framework for online gambling is subject to regulations passed in May 2015 when the outdated legislation has been amended to bring the Romanian space in line with the European Commission demands.

Licence Information

Class II licence for gaming software development and distribution.
Class II licence for providing game platform management and hosting facilities.

The Class II licences allow suppliers and distributors to provide operators with gambling solutions, platform management and hosting facilities in the regulated Romanian market. According to the licences, EveryMatrix is able to better assist clients and offer its sports, casino, payments and affiliate solutions to online gambling operators interested in the Romanian market. Class II licenses allow EveryMatrix to supply software solutions to Class 1 Operating license holders.