This is a picture of Palace Casino in the Casa Vernescu building in the capital of Romania, Bucharest. Under the picture you can read about brick and mortar Romanian casinos (list included), Romania online casinos and bitcoin, litecoin gambling websites that accept Romania players.
Romania Casinos Guide

 

This is a guide to brick and mortar as well as online casinos in Romania. Find out which are the best casinos and online casino sites in Romania, or learn more about the legal status of casino gambling in the country.

 

Online casinos in Romania

Legal status: legal, requires a licence

 

Online casino gambling is legal in Romania. In theory, it has been legal for quite a few years, the Government Emergency Ordinance of 2009 set the basis for the introduction of legal, regulated online casino gambling in Romania.

Although online casino gambling has been legal for many years, it was only recently that the licensing system for receiving online casino gambling licences was put in place. As a result of pressure from the European Commission to change the prohibitive and restrictive regulation, the Government Emergency Ordinance was amended in 2013.

It was this amendment that resulted in the creation of the National Gambling Office, the supervising body of online casino gambling in Romania. Online casino operators can actually apply for licences and offer their services legally in Romania since 2013

There are currently three types of licences a gambling operator may obtain from the National Gambling Office. Class 1 licences are for land-based gambling operators, while Class 2 licences are valid for providing online gambling services. Technically there is a third Class 3 licence. However, this is reserved for the state-owned lottery company, and private companies can not apply for a Class 3 licence.

Unlicensed online casino operators are banned and are blocked by internet service providers. On top of that, gamblers who play on online casino sites that are not licensed in Romania may face a small fine for doing so. Even though such measures are rather difficult to enforce, and are against EU regulations (player prosecution is not complaint with EU law, and Romanian is member of the EU, eventually this swill get the country in trouble, happened in many other countries), we certainly don’t recommend playing on unlicensed online casinos sites, you can see the licensed online gambling websites which accept Romanian players below. If the online casinos below don’t accept Romanian players any more, or if they are blocked in Romania please let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the page so we can update the selection. Thank you.

The government has also taken measures to make unlicensed sites unavailable to Romanians – currently, 1300+ unlicensed international gambling sites are known to be blocked by the internet service providers upon request of the authorities in Romania (in comparison, there are only 25 approved online gambling websites, as you can see the foreign operators are not very eager to get a Romanian gambling license, you have to force them, this is typical for every country sadly, not just for Romania, you can see some of these approved operators below).

Interestingly the Romanian gambling legislation states that operators who were put on the blacklist (the list of blocked unlicensed operators) can’t ever apply for a gambling licence in the future. There are 1300+ websites on that list, which means a lot of companies will never ever be able to get a licence in Romania. This is great idea, this discourages the big legitimate companies from accepting Romanian players without a licence (because they wouldn’t risk not being able to get a licence in the future) and the illegal, unethical, uncooperative companies will be filtered out. Which is a good thing, who would want to work with them, they have demonstrated that they don’t care about the laws. Even as a player, you are better off not sharing your credit card and other sensitive information with shady companies who clearly don’t follow the law.

Online casino tax Romania: 16% of the total revenue. Additionally online gambling companies must pay taxes on the winnings of their players (because it’s based on the individual tax situation of player, their income, their country of origin, etc., it’s not a set %). This is fantastic idea, because online gambling companies never pay taxes after the winnings of their players and simply say “it’s their job, we wash our hands”, but players never do (99.9% of them don’t even know they have to).

 

Online casinos accepting players from Romania

The following online gambling websites accept players from Romania

 

Black Lotus Casino

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USA and Canada players are accepted.
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Bonuses for existing players:
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  • 32 Free Spins on Le Chocolatier Code: CHEER5
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Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

All bonuses and promotions are subject to the following wagering limitations and playthrough requirements.
  • Playthrough requirement: 40-60x for match bonuses and usually 60x for free spins and other bonuses, depends on the bonus check the casino's web page for the specific, up to date, current playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

Wagering limitation:
  • 100% - Slots and Keno
  • 50% - Roulette and Three Card Poker
  • 25% - Baccarat
  • 10% - Video Poker
  • 5% - Blackjack, Craps
  • 0% - Everything else

 

Bet Online Casino and Sports Book

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Bet Online sports-book and casino, cross platform and mobile compatible, Bitcoin accepted.
  • Welcome bonus, 100% up to $1,000 on your first three deposits! Use the code BOLCASINO
  • 100% welcome match bonus up to 100% on your first deposit using Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin or DASH. No code required.

Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 40 times before withdrawal.
Playthrough requirement: • Slot Games (progressive jackpot slots excluded) 100% • Roulette (All versions), Draw High-Lo, 3 Card Rummy 20% • Baccarat, Blackjack (American & European), Poker 3, Oasis Poker, Single Deck Blackjack, Triple Edge Poker, Caribbean Poker, Three Card Poker, Video Poker 10% • Pirate 21, Blackjack Super 7, Pai Gow, 21 Burn, Ride’m Poker, All forms of Keno, Red Dog, Pontoon, Top Card Trumps 5% • Craps, Live Casino, All Games with Progressive Jackpots, Virtual Racebook. Speciality games ie Keno’s and Scratcher game offered by Betsoft 0%
Wagering limitation:
  • Any action on Baccarat, Roulette and Craps will not count towards the wagering requirement.

 

Betsson Casino and Sports Book

European casino & sportsbook & poker
North American players are not accepted.
  • Welcome bonus, 100% up to €100
  • 101 free spins on your first deposit
  • €5,000 every week for one lucky active returning player (no wagering limitation, no playthrough requirement)

US players can not register. Betsson has over 1500 games, the most games of any casino. You can read the review of Betsson casino here.

Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 35 times before withdrawal. No wagering requirement for the weekly extra money.
Playthrough requirement: No playthrough requirement for the extra weekly money. In case of the welcome bonus: • 100%: Slots • 10%: All Roulette (except Live), Caribbean Stud & Casino Stud Poker Games • 10%: All Casino Hold’Em, Red Dog, Pai Gow, Poker Games, Oasis Poker & Texas Hold’Em Poker Games • 5%: All BlackJack (except Live BlackJack), Baccarat, Video Poker, Pontoon, Beat Me, Punto Banco Games
Wagering limitation:
  • The bonus cannot be wagered on the following games: 1429 Uncharted Seas, Aliens, Big Bang, Blood Suckers, Castle builder, Castle Builder 2, Champion of the Track, Dead or Alive, Devil´s Delight, Eggomatic, Epic Gems, Eye of the Kraken, Kings of Chicago, Pearls of India, Robin Hood, Scrooge, Sea Hunter, Super Monopoly Money, The Wish Master, Tower Quest, Wild Gambler, Wizard Shop, Zombies.
  • Player from certain countries are not allowed use bonuses due to regular bonus abuse, check the casino's website for the ever changing up to date list.

 

 

 

Land-based casinos in Romania

Land-based casinos are legal in Romania, and have been for a long time. Casino gambling was legalised in Romania after the fall of of communism in 1990 (in the USSSR all forms of gambling was officially illegal, and before that, there was no specific gambling regulation). The first casino to open in the country was the Casino Bucharest in 1991, located in the capital of Romania.

The Romanian casino regulations differ from those of most other countries in that casinos do not pay a single fee per establishment, but rather they have to licence and pay the appropriate fee for each and every gaming table and machine. As a result, land-based casinos in Romania are usually more on the small side. In fact this system burdens the casinos with really high taxes, add to this the COVID-19 situation and no wonder that number of casinos in Romania is on the decline for years now.

There are currently only 4 casino gambling establishments in operation in the country. Apart from the casinos there are 100+ slot halls (slot halls only have gaming machines, no dealers, dice games or card games and are smaller than real casinos, slot halls are often called electronic casinos). There used to be 10+ casinos but many have closed down in the last few years, and they also face intense competition from the aforementioned slot halls.

Most of the Romanian casinos – including the largest one, Casino Palace – are located in the country’s capital, Bucharest. Most of the reaming casinos contain a restaurant and offer other entertainment in the form of various events and parties (and some are attached to a hotel complex).

Romanian doesn’t have big casinos by international standards, even the biggest casino would be barely considered average internationally. All casinos are 18+ (18 is the legal gambling age in Romania), ID is required, registration is mandatory, tourists must have passports to enter. There is a mandatory entrance fee in Romania, every casinos ahs to charge €10, 50 Lei entrance fee, which goes to the state, not the casino, this is really unique and very atypical.

 

Casino tax Romania:

 

List of casinos in Romania:

 

This is a picture of Casino Palace in the capital or Romania Bucharest. This is a first element of this list of all the brick&mortar casinos in Romania. You can find the other Romanian casinos on this list below this one, and you can read more about this gambling establishment to the right.
Casino Palace

1., Palace Casino, Calea Victoriei 133, București 010071 

Casino Palace (also called Palace Casino Vernescu, owned by S.C. Queen Investments Inc S.R.L.) is the historic casino located in the palace of the Vernescu dynasty (the name of the building is Casa Vernescu, and it was built in 1821, in a neoclassical style, since then expanded and renovated many times), also pictured at the top of the page. This is easily the most elegant, and most beautiful gaming venue in all of Romania. Open since 1995.

While collecting info about he casino I discovered their website, which looks fine at first glance, it’s available in English, but has very little useful info. It’s missing crucial basic information, and has broken English like: [sic]”Be our High roller player and discover the top high limits casino!”[/sic], and it is full of marketing bullshit like: [sic]”Palace Casino Casa Vernescu attracts the cognoscenti who appreciate consummate quality”[/sic]  Is this even English? These marketing buzzwords…. They make me want to puke. Really not a good first impression. Anyway, I have collected all the missing important info here so you don’t have to spend 2-3 hours reading marketing vomit trying to find them. (Nobody likes this marketing spam, why do companies still do it?)

The casino located inside the palace has 100-106 slots (sources differ, no official info on the website, mostly older, 2010s and early 2000s slots, lot of EGT and Casino Technology slots, mediocre brands and selection), 19 tables of american roulette (american roulette in a European casino is always a bad sign, has worse odds, RTP for players, that’s why they have it instead of the more place-appropriate European version, bad optics, a sign that the casino chooses low RTP games on purpose to make you lose as much and as fast as possible), blackjack, Caribbean poker, three-card poker, four-card poker, classic draw poker, casino hold’em poker, ultimate hold’em poker, dice (not known what type exactly), punto banco. There is also an original game called Palace Poker not found anywhere else, they advertise it heavily on the website. However, they forgot to actually describe the game, to tell you the rules of this game. This makes the job of their dealers much more difficult, they will have to teach everyone on the spot, which leads to more stress and less enjoyment. Not to mention by the time a guest comes the second time he/she probably forgot the rules already, so they have to can start the process all over again.

They also have a small poker room with 2 poker tables (texas hold’em and omaha, probably omaha pot limit, buy-in 500 €), no info on the cash games, tournaments (if any) on the website, not known when the poker room is open, capacity is also unknown. Really not professional, probably not a thriving poker scene, to put it lightly.

There is also an electronic roulette machine, which is like regular roulette except it’s automatic, so the casino doesn’t have to pay people to act as croupiers and dealers…

Opening hours: Slot area is open 24/7, no info on when the tables open, no info on the poker room, restaurants are open from 18.30 to 00.30, bar 24/7
Entrance Fee: €10,  50 Lei (required by law, government gets it, it’s a form of tax on casinos).
Accepted currencies: Lei, € EUR

The dress code is probably smart casual (most casinos in Romania are okay with smart casual) but no info about it on the website. If you know what their official dress code is, then please drop a comment at the bottom, thank you.

Additionally, they have 2 restaurants, currency exchange (not good rates according to Tripadvisor reviews, as expected), valet parking, chauffer service for VIP players. They have no upper limits on their tables, you can even bet a €1 million. Not recommended, if you want to bet € 1 million or something ridiculous like that you have a gambling problem and it’s time to stop. Never bet more than you can afford to lose, if you do, seek help for your gambling addiction immediately, and stop.

UPDATE COVID-19: Temporary closed. just like all the other casino of Romania. Not known when it will be open (probably only when this COVID-19 pandemic ends).

18+, bring ID, registration is mandatory, passport is required for tourists.

 

This is a picture of Grand Casino Bucharest in the JW Marriott Hotel in Romania's capital. You can read more about this casino gambling establishment to the right of the picture.
Grand Casino

2., Grand Casino in JW Marriott Bucharest (or Grand Casino Bucharest in short), In incinta hotelului Marriott, Calea 13 Septembrie 90, București 061165

A really modern, well equipped casino with a good selection of slots located in the huge, impressive Bucharest Marriott hotel. They have a very good website as well, but this one is full of broken English marketing bullshit too: [sic]”The most luxury and finest electronic table games that is globally recognized for it’s diamond-quality gaming solutions experience are awaiting you here.”[/sic], [sic]”Mystical, exotic, realistic and sensual, these slot machines are very hard to resist and it makes really your heart jump, excitement when you win.”[/sic] :), you need to fire whoever does your English website, not just you, all of the Romanian casinos. But apart from the usual (, because sadly this is common among Romanian casinos), it’s also missing vital pieces of information.

What is certain is that they have 159 slot machines (some IGT and Novomatic, which are a good brands, the other brands they have are average, most from 2010s, slightly above average selection, but considered very good in Romania, 90% of the Romanian slot halls have worse machines), an unknown number of electronic roulette machines and around 19 tables of american roulette (again with the american roulette, worse odds, RTP than the European, not good for the payers, also why american in a European casino, not a good sign), Caribbean stud poker, ultimate texas hold`em poker, three card poker, texas hold`em poker, black jack. They have a poker room, but there is no info about the number of poker tables, max capacity, types of poker played etc.., no info anywhere. IF you know anything about the poker section of Grand Casino please drop a message at the bottom, in the comments section.

Opening hours: Slot area is open 24/7, no info on when the tables open, no info on the poker room, restaurants are open from 18.30 to 00.30, bar 24/7.
Entrance Fee: €10,  50 Lei (required by law, government gets it, it’s a form of tax on casinos).
Dress code: probably smart casual, but no info about it online.

UPDATE COVID-19: Temporary closed. just like all the other casino of Romania. Not known when it will be open (probably only when this COVID-19 pandemic ends).

18+, bring ID, registration is mandatory, passport is required for tourists.

 

This is a picture of the front entrance gate at night with balloons of Metropolis Casino in Timisoara, Romania. You can read the details of this casino next to the picture.
Metropolis Casino Timisoara
3., Metropolis Casino, Incinta Iulius Mall, Strada Aristide Demetriade, Timișoara 300088

A typical average sized casino (by Romanian standards, considered small by international standards). However, they don’t have any web presence, not even a Facebook page, therefore very little is actually known about it, not even the opening hours. What little I could scrape together from Tripadvisor reviews and forum posts is the following:

They have about 80 slots, and x tables of black jack, roulette (unknown type) baccarat, Caribbean stud poker, black jack press, open-poker duke, ultimate texas hold’em, casino craps, 3 cards poker, Oasis stud poker.

Opening hours:24/7

Entrance Fee: €10,  50 Lei (required by law, government gets it, it’s a form of tax on casinos).
Dress code: probably smart casual, but no info about it online.

If you know more about the Metropolis Casino in Timisoara please let us know in the comments section below.

UPDATE COVID-19: Temporary closed.

18+, bring ID, registration is mandatory, passport is required for tourists.

 

This is a picture of front entrance of Platinum Casino at Radison Blu Hotel in Bucharest, Romania. You can read more about this Romania gambling establishment on the right. This is the fourth and final land-based casino on this list of all the Romanian casino, currently there are only 4 Romania casinos.
Platinum Casino

4.,Platinum Casino at Radison Blu Bucharest & Hotel, Calea Victoriei No 63-81, District 1, București 010065

Platimnum Casino is located inside the Radsion Blue Hotel in Bucharest.

They have 80 slots and 2 electronic roulette machines, along with 19 tables of Texas Hold’em, the Omaha, or the 7 cards Stud poker

The website is really not informative, barely any info on the games, even basic stuff like opening hours or dress code are missing, sadly this is typical of Romanian gambling establishments.

Opening hours: 24/7

UPDATE COVID-19: This casino is open despite the covid situation, and despite that most of the other casinos are closed.

Dress code: not known, probably smart casual
Entrance fee: not known, probably nothing

They serve complimentary (free) coffee, tea, juices and alcoholic drinks (very rare that alcohol can be served in a casino as a complementary drink, in most countries this is illegal, so enjoy it, as long as you can, probably it will be made illegal here as well eventually).

18+, bring ID, registration is mandatory, passport is required for tourists.

 

UPDATE: In the last few years quite a lot of the bigger casinos closed. Planet Princess Slot and Princess Hava casinos both closed down, they are no longer on the list. The Princess International group left Romania. Planet Princess Slot Casino used to be the biggest casino in all of Romania, but went out of business. Unfortunate that they closed, they were really good casinos, better than the hundreds of shitty slot halls that now dominate the gambling market. They are basically nothing more than ugly expensive pubs with a few slot machines… (of course there are exceptions). But I guess that’s what Romanians want, the market has spoken (and don’t tell me they can’t afford better, a casino visit costs only as much as a slot hall visit, it is not necessarily more expensive, it’s the people, low class proles, most of them , that’s the truth, that’s Romania for you, speaking from experience).

Some other casinos that closed down over the years:

 

Other: Sinai Casino despite the name is not an actual casino in Romania, be careful. It’s a beautiful international conference center (probably the best looking building in all of Romania, beautiful interior too), many tourists end up going there looking for a casino, because of the name they get confused, and Sinai Casinos has no English web site so you can’t even check unless you speak Romanian.

 

Bitcoin casinos Romania

Bitcoin gambling is not yet regulated in Romania, therefore there are no cryptocurrency-accepting casinos in the country. The state-owned lottery also doen’t accept any alternative digital currency. However, the foreign online casinos which have Romanian gambling licenses accept bitcoin, litecoin and one of them even accepts ethereum. You can see them below.

 

Other forms of online gambling in Romania

The recent changes in Romanian online casino regulations also affected many of the various other online gambling markets in Romania. With the issues now more or less settled, both local and international online gambling companies may apply for Romanian online gambling licences. Many unlicensed online gambling operators still offer their services for Romanians as well, but their sites may be blocked by ISPs.

Online poker is one of the most popular forms of gambling in the country. The larges online poker operators such as PokerStars jumped on the opportunity to obtain a Romanian online poker licence quite early, which has resulted in an abundance of options for Romanian poker players. The Romanian online poker market is connected to the global player pool, unlike in many countries such as France.

Online sports betting is also legal, with licensing open to both local and international companies. The most popular sports to wager on are football, handball, basketball and, perhaps surprisingly, rugby.

Lottery is a national monopoly in Romania, but the national lottery, Loteria Romana, currently does not offer any of its games online (, which makes it one of the last European lottery that doesn’t not have an online platform). International lotteries are, in theory, banned, but players generally face no repercussions.

 

 

History and future of online casinos in Romania

Online casinos were theoretically legalised in Romania in 2009, but until 2013 there was no way for online casino operators to actually get licensed. Romania is a member of the European Union, and EU regulations do not allow discriminative practices, which means Romania was forced to open up its online casino market to international operators as well.

As the online casino market opened up, strict laws were also replaced by somewhat more lax ones. Previously, all winnings were taxed at 25%, but this tax rate now only applies when winnings exceed €100000. Under RON 600 (€133) the tax is only 1%, making the system much more friendly for casual players.

In other aspects, the regulations remain quite strict. Romania places great emphasis on preventing gambling addiction (, which is weird, considering that slot halls contribute to gambling addiction more than casinos according to many studies, yet, barely any casino remains in the country due to unfavourable legislation and taxes, but there are 100+ and growing slot parlours…) . Those participating in online casino gambling at least twice over 12 hours receive an e-mail warning about the dangers of online casinos, and players may ask for and receive voluntary bans as well.

Overall, with the increased adherence to EU regulations and norms, Romania seems to be headed in the right way; towards a liberalised yet safe online casino gambling market, slowly, but surely. In fact, at this point, it’s more liberalised than Germany and the Netherlands, two countries that act as the champions of the EU, and do nothing but badmouth Eastern European countries when in reality they have a significantly less liberal, and more chaotic gambling legislation. That’s the EU for you, lies, deceit, political posturing and bureaucracy.

 

 

The following online gambling websites accept players from Romania:

 

Black Lotus Casino

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Black Lotus Casino bonus offers
USA and Canada players are accepted.
  • Get 200% match bonus, up to $600. Use the code: WELCOME600
  • +$30 bonus. Use code: WINBLACK

Bonuses for existing players:
  • 32 Free Spins on Sweet Success Code: CHEER1
  • 32 Free Spins on Nordic Wild Code: CHEER2
  • 32 Free Spins on Cosmopolitan Code: CHEER3
  • 32 Free Spins on 7 Chakras Code: CHEER4
  • 32 Free Spins on Le Chocolatier Code: CHEER5
  • 32 Free Spins on Fairy Dust Forest Code: CHEER6
UPDATE, SPECIAL CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY BONUS: It's the Elf Hat Game of the season! Can you keep your eyes on the lucky hat? Choose the right one with the present and see what festive prize you will win! For returning players only.

Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

All bonuses and promotions are subject to the following wagering limitations and playthrough requirements.
  • Playthrough requirement: 40-60x for match bonuses and usually 60x for free spins and other bonuses, depends on the bonus check the casino's web page for the specific, up to date, current playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

Wagering limitation:
  • 100% - Slots and Keno
  • 50% - Roulette and Three Card Poker
  • 25% - Baccarat
  • 10% - Video Poker
  • 5% - Blackjack, Craps
  • 0% - Everything else

 

Bet Online Casino and Sports Book

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Bet Online sports-book and casino, cross platform and mobile compatible, Bitcoin accepted.
  • Welcome bonus, 100% up to $1,000 on your first three deposits! Use the code BOLCASINO
  • 100% welcome match bonus up to 100% on your first deposit using Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin or DASH. No code required.

Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 40 times before withdrawal.
Playthrough requirement: • Slot Games (progressive jackpot slots excluded) 100% • Roulette (All versions), Draw High-Lo, 3 Card Rummy 20% • Baccarat, Blackjack (American & European), Poker 3, Oasis Poker, Single Deck Blackjack, Triple Edge Poker, Caribbean Poker, Three Card Poker, Video Poker 10% • Pirate 21, Blackjack Super 7, Pai Gow, 21 Burn, Ride’m Poker, All forms of Keno, Red Dog, Pontoon, Top Card Trumps 5% • Craps, Live Casino, All Games with Progressive Jackpots, Virtual Racebook. Speciality games ie Keno’s and Scratcher game offered by Betsoft 0%
Wagering limitation:
  • Any action on Baccarat, Roulette and Craps will not count towards the wagering requirement.

 

Betsson Casino and Sports Book

European casino & sportsbook & poker
North American players are not accepted.
  • Welcome bonus, 100% up to €100
  • 101 free spins on your first deposit
  • €5,000 every week for one lucky active returning player (no wagering limitation, no playthrough requirement)

US players can not register. Betsson has over 1500 games, the most games of any casino. You can read the review of Betsson casino here.

Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 35 times before withdrawal. No wagering requirement for the weekly extra money.
Playthrough requirement: No playthrough requirement for the extra weekly money. In case of the welcome bonus: • 100%: Slots • 10%: All Roulette (except Live), Caribbean Stud & Casino Stud Poker Games • 10%: All Casino Hold’Em, Red Dog, Pai Gow, Poker Games, Oasis Poker & Texas Hold’Em Poker Games • 5%: All BlackJack (except Live BlackJack), Baccarat, Video Poker, Pontoon, Beat Me, Punto Banco Games
Wagering limitation:
  • The bonus cannot be wagered on the following games: 1429 Uncharted Seas, Aliens, Big Bang, Blood Suckers, Castle builder, Castle Builder 2, Champion of the Track, Dead or Alive, Devil´s Delight, Eggomatic, Epic Gems, Eye of the Kraken, Kings of Chicago, Pearls of India, Robin Hood, Scrooge, Sea Hunter, Super Monopoly Money, The Wish Master, Tower Quest, Wild Gambler, Wizard Shop, Zombies.
  • Player from certain countries are not allowed use bonuses due to regular bonus abuse, check the casino's website for the ever changing up to date list.

 

 

If you have questions or any feedback don’t hesitate to drop a comment below. Please let me know in the comments section if you think we might have gotten something wrong or if you have additional information, clarification about the casinos in the country, especially if you are from Romania or nearby. Thank you.

 

This article supplements the general guide to the legal status of gambling in Romania.

 

Simon’s Guide to Land-based and Online Casinos in Romania is part of Simon’s Online Casino Guide.

 

Last updated: 2020-11-19

 

Gamble responsibly,
SimonTheSorcerer

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A guide to the legal status of land-based, bitcoin and online casinos in Romania, including the recent changes and future of the Romanian online casino market.
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