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Tom Horn Gaming reveals its Romanian entry and a content distribution deal with the leading operator
Malta, 26th October 2021

Tom Horn Gaming, an online casino software solutions supplier has revealed its Romanian entry after having acquired a Class II licence and sealed a content distribution deal with the leading operator  

The latest link-up has been hailed as yet another important step for Tom Horn Gaming’s growing presence in regulated markets, in which the supplier aims to deliver the top quality games, which are enjoyed by players in a safe and fair environment. 

“Our goal is to bring the best gaming experience to as many players as possible. We’re therefore delighted to have obtained our Romanian licence and partnered with, the operator with an impressive reach and position in the ever-growing Romanian market. Our content, packed full of well-balanced, strong features, resonates well with players in many countries and we’ve no doubt that it will be equally successful with’s players,” said Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming

Under the terms of the agreement, an assortment of Tom Horn Gaming’s titles are currently available to’s players, including its flagship game 243 Crystal Fruits, classic looking slots Flaming Fruit and Hot Blizzard, as well as The Secret of Ba or Sherlock. A Scandal in Bohemia.

Victor Rusinov, CEO of added: We’re very happy to be partnering with Tom Horn Gaming and grow our slots portfolio with bold and vibrant games that deliver an entertaining player experience with every spin. We believe that with this partnership we will offer gaming enthusiasts in the Romanian market new great ways of winning while having fun and we’re excited about what the future holds for our partnership.

The Romanian market is yet another key target for the provider and Tom Horn Gaming hopes it will establish a strong foothold in the country, adding to its impressive tally of regulated markets such as Malta, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Estonia, with other markets to follow.