The Swedish Operator Is Adding To Its List Of Regulated Approvals
The Swedish casino game operator LeoVegas is expanding its horizons with news that is has been granted a gambling license by the regulatory authority in Denmark, the Danish Gambling Authority.
The gaming market in Denmark is on the move with recent year or year figures revealing 16% growth for some revenues up to the second quarter of 2016, and LeoVegas hopes to tap into its Nordic neighbour’s interest in all things casino and related.
LeoVegas is looking to establish its presence on the ground with a locally based team as they prepare to launch their internet destination dot.dk, which is set to debut in the season of autumn of this year.
The Swedish operator already holds regulatory licences issued by Malta and the United Kingdom, and it believes that by going local with this launch it will be able to build a strong platform from which they it grow further into the future.