Romania

BF Games, the dynamic games development studio, has taken a collection of its games live in Romania with leading operator Fortuna Entertainment Group’s local casino brand Casapariurilor.ro, in a deal that will see the supplier’s content launch in several key markets.

A portfolio of over 30 titles is now available to the online casino’s customer base, including player favourites Cave of Fortune, Burning Slots, Buffalo Trail and Book of Gods.

The deal will also see BF Games’ growing library of slot games go live with Fortuna in Croatia, Slovakia and Czech Republic.

The partnership sees BF Games further expand its footprint in Romania where the popular games were already live on Unibet.ro, Vladcazino.ro, Maxbet.ro, Netbet.ro and others.

Fortuna Entertainment Group is the parent company of several leading brands in Central and Eastern Europe, aiming to bring fun and excitement to its customers.

BF Games’ premium and diverse slot catalogue of over 60 titles is now available across the globe with over 100 operators.

Claudia Melcaru, Head of Business Development at BF Games, said: “Fortuna is a strong brand with a great track record in markets that we also focus on, and we are very happy to be part of their casino offering.

“Going live in Romania with Fortuna Entertainment Group is the first step in our partnership and we look forward to launching our diverse content in additional markets and provide their customers with the great entertainment and excitement that our games offer.”

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