LeoVegas Granted Danish Sports Betting License
One of the leading online casinos LeoVegas, which boasts huge popularity among casino goers in Canada as well, has expanded its footprint in the Danish market.
The Nordic Nasdaq-listed casino enterprise LeoVegas are marking a successful period which resulted in profits’ surge in the first quarter of 2017, which came as a direct result of LeoVegas’ recent Denmark launch.
“The launch of LeoVegas’ casino has been very successful and LeoVegas has established itself as a brand in Denmark.”, LeoVegas Group CEO, Gustaf Hagman, said.
Only months after they first set foot on the Danish market, LeoVegas casino has been granted a sports betting licence in this European country which has presented Danish gamblers with a chance to experience an imminent evolution of the way they are currently betting on sports.
Leo Vegas Strengthens Position in Denmark
Having recognised the clear potential at the Danish market, LeoVegas aims to offer the sports bettors from this country a fastest and most engaging sports gaming experience.
LeoVegas will use Kambi’s infrastructure at the Danish market and Kambi chief commercial officer, Ian Freeman, did not hide his excitement over the arrival of LeoVegas to the sports betting scene in Denmark.
“Kambi and LeoVegas have worked closely to ensure the product could launch as soon as LeoVegas received its licence and the end result perfectly illustrates the potential operators have to innovate and differentiate using the Kambi technology in regulated markets.”, Freeman said.
Simultaneously to their sports betting introduction, LeoVegas is said to have invested a great deal in placing focus on LeoVegas Live Casino, which is filled with best live experience and the widest product range and exclusive tables for LeoVegas customers.
LeoVegas has been making huge waves in the industry ever since its much talked-about break onto the scene. The award-winning casino boasts a portfolio consisting of me than 700 games and comes with a fun and amicable atmosphere, to the great contract of standard casinos we had back in the day.