by Bartosz Burzyński

LeoVegas Group granted new nationwide license in Germany

LeoVegas Group has been granted a new gaming license by the German Federal States’ Joint Gambling Authority (GGL).

LeoVegas Group with german license

The German Federal States’ Joint Gambling Authority, Gemeinsamen Glücksspielbehörde der Länder (GGL), has granted LVSports Limited, an entity of LeoVegas Group, a new gaming license, enabling the Group to start offering virtual slot machines across all sixteen German states and conduct nationwide marketing.

Germany is one of Europe’s largest igaming markets, and under the new license, LeoVegas will be able to offer and market virtual slots nationwide. This is a significant opportunity for the Group.

Big opportunity

Gustaf Hagman, CEO at LeoVegas Group, said: ”We are looking forward to launching LeoVegas in Germany under the new nationwide license. With our track record of regulated markets, we will ensure the greatest igaming experience with a high level of consumer protection.”

LeoVegas Group is a leading international igaming company with a clear vision to create the world’s greatest igaming experience. The Group offers online casino, live casino, and sports betting via 10 brands in 9 jurisdictions. The Group continues to grow rapidly, currently employing over 1,000 people in Europe, including at its headquarters in Stockholm and operations hub in Malta.



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