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Millions of players flock to online casinos every year to try their luck, hoping for a big win. Indeed, in the United Kingdom ...
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As technology continues to evolve, the way we interact with our devices is prone to dramatic changes. A decade ago, few could have foreseen the extent to which our lives are entwined with the internet. Businesses must adapt to the “new normal” as it develops or find their number of customers dwindling. That is as true in the online gambling industry as it is anywhere else, with casinos facing the daunting task of providing their players with the latest cutting-edge technology.
LeoVegas had learned the lesson well. The gaming supplier continues to prove its flexibility and dedication to offering its users a modern experience. For many, that means easy access to games via a mobile app rather than a desktop site.
Founded in 2011, LeoVegas is a great example of a casino taking the initiative and attempting to set trends rather than react to them. From day one, they have sought to revolutionise the industry by leveraging smartphones as platforms. The approach has indeed served them well. Growing from a small, close-knit team to an established company with about 900 employees in offices across Europe, the casino understands the benefits of embracing technology.
The supplier has had its eye on building a solid global presence from the beginning. Today, via strategic acquisitions and a commitment to providing the best technology possible to its players, the casino has expanded its reach significantly. They recently launched their mobile app in Denmark, Sweden, and Spain and have already attracted plenty of attention from fans.
LeoVegas had a phenomenal 2020 and hopes to continue the momentum in 2021. They are off to a good start, serving as the only operator to date to have passed Google’s newly revised approval process. The move has allowed them the opportunity to embrace global digital distribution.
The casino’s employees aren’t surprised to see the company expanding. The Chief Product and Technology Officer at LeoVegas, Mattias Wedar, is thrilled with the move. He believes it matches the company’s reputation for innovation: “Once again, we have positioned ourselves as leaders in our industry and make it easier for our customers to get a superior mobile product and this will enhance the customer experience.”
Wedar says that he attributes the company’s successful launch to the tireless efforts of his teams. We look forward to LeoVegas’ future developments and have no doubt they will continue to thrive.