The majority of their portfolio, including 43 of their slots and all the gamification tools in their Quickspin Promote catalogue, can be found on LeoVegas’ Danish site. The integration also includes the popular fruit fest Durian Dynamite, released on April 9th and the Nordic Folklore inspired blockbuster Hall of the Mountain King, released on May 14th.
Considering they have shared fantastic partnership for years, both companies are delighted by the prospects of this new deal. LeoVegas has the chance to expand their offering in the Danish market with Quickspin’s outstanding portfolio and gamification tools, while Quickspin has an opportunity to expand their presence in Denmark and reach even more players.
These are not the only good news for the Stockholm-listed LeoVegas. Earlier this month they have announced the procurement of the necessary Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) licenses, thus welcoming Spain as its 7th locally regulated market. Now, LeoVegas is preparing for launching its first Spanish domain, LeoVegas.es.
The gaming license the firm applied for in December 2018, allows the group to operate B2C casino and sportsbook provisions for the regulated Spanish online gambling marketplace.
Hans Uhrus, Communicaton Director for LeoVegas, said during the press release: “We are very happy to offer games in Spain only two weeks after we received our license. It shows strength, commitment and speed within LeoVegas, and that our experience from regulated markets is a competitive advantage.”