LeoVegas secures Irish sports betting license
Swedish mobile gaming company LeoVegas is back in Ireland after securing a “remote operator license” for sports betting from the Irish Revenue Commissioners.
The Stockholm-listed company announced that it will soon relaunch its betting services within the regulated Irish market. LeoVegas currently serves the market with its mobile casino and expects to roll out its Kambi-powered sports betting offering in the near future.
According to co-founder and CEO Gustaf Hagman, LeoVegas continues to grow in regulated markets. The mobile gaming company granted licences in two regulated markets, in a short period of time, who represent their expansion strategy.
they considered that they have high capacity and quality in the organisation and in the work they do, and together with their market-leading sport product will contribute to strong growth in Ireland.
LeoVegas currently holds gaming licenses in the regulated markets of Malta, the United Kingdom, and more recently, Denmark.
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