Betting Frenzy loses Romanian gambling licence

Betting Frenzy loses Romanian gambling licence due to failing to meet payment and declaration obligations.

The Romanian gambling regulator, ONJN, has announced the revocation of slot operator Betting Frenzy SRL’s gaming licence. It said the operator had failed to meet payment and declaration obligations by not declaring or paying RON3.20m (€650,000) owed in gambling taxes.

The regulator said the operator had also failed to provide the correct paperwork for its payment obligations. Following the licence revocation, the operator is still required to make the payment owed. It has the right to appeal against the decision within 30 days.

Meanwhile, the ONJN has added five online gambling sites to its blacklist of unlicensed operations. It had added,,, and ISPs are required to block access to blacklisted sites within 48 hours of being notified of a site’s addition. Romania created its blacklist in 2015 before the regulation of online gambling in 2016.

The Romanian gambling regulator has also revoked the licence of slots operator Goldprest Impex SRL due to it not paying its full licence fee. The Gambling Supervisory Committee launched an investigation into several issues and found that outstanding fees were owed.

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