A Class II license has been awarded to Prima Networks in Romania, by ONJN, which is the gambling regulator that has the power to do so in this country. According to the licenses which were given to this Microgaming powered operator, they allow the creation and sale of software that is designed for gaming, as well as hosting and management for gaming platforms.
The Quickfire platform that is offered by Microgaming will be used by a number of operators from Romania in the near future. The games available on it, numbering in the hundreds, will allow them to integrate them and start using them quickly.
Another possible use for the licenses that were offered to Prima Networks allows them to supply others with hosted casino and poker solutions. Prima Networks was created in order to bring the software designed by Microgaming to existing or new regulated markets. The company gives these operators assistance so they can enter big markets, giving them the services and products that they need so that the compliance requirements are strictly met. Over 12 markets in Europe now benefit from the proprietary software created by Microgaming, some of them being names like Italy, Denmark, Belgium, Spain or Bulgaria.
The director of Prima Networks, Loraine Schoevers, declared that she is delighted that they secured the licenses that allows them to provide the local operators with content. The purpose of Prima Networks was exactly this, to enter new markets that are regulated, Romania being just that kind of place. The software and the games they offer meet all the requirements mentioned in regulations.