LeoVegas seems to be on the award spree since it has already landed three awards since the beginning of the year.
After being named Casino Operator of the Year at the EGR Nordics, on the night of 4 February LeoVegas took home two prestigious awards.
The Global Gaming Awards and International Gaming Awards are annual ceremonies that honour the very top companies in the online industry and this year, the big winner of the night was LeoVegas, taking home two coveted accolades, Online Casino of the Year at GGA and Mobile Operator of the Year at IGA.
Speaking about the double win, Group CEO at LeoVegas, Gustaf Hagman, commented:
“It’s an honour to accept two awards related to our casino product and mobile offering in one evening. These distinguished titles really reflect the hard work and effort that everyone put in during the last year. Here’s to another year of leading the way in both casino and mobile!”
As one of the top online casinos worldwide, LeoVegas offers unparalleled service across a range of areas, customer service, game choice, promotions and graphics. They have also optimized the loading speeds to their games and upgraded responsible gaming and that not only the players noticed but the panel of judges as well.
Being the King of Mobile Casino, Mobile Casino of the Year award comes naturally to LeoVegas but the Online Casino of the Year is the recognition that reflects their aim to make the online experience even more enjoyable.
“Honestly, this is the most important award to win. Being the global winner of the online casino operator is an astonishing achievement, a lot of innovation and with more to come,” Gustaf proudly stated.
After a challenging 2018, they sure started 2019 in the right path. Besides winning three awards so far, the company has full focus on expansion, cost control and increased profitability. Their report for the fourth quarter of 2018 shows improved momentum with revenue increased by 25% to €84.5 million. EBIDTA was €8.1 million corresponding to an EBITDA margin of 9.6% and Net Gaming Revenue from regulated markets was 33% of total NGR. December featured record-high customer activity and depositing customer base was up 42% in January.
As a company founded seven years ago, they have achieved a lot in a short period of time but their growth journey is just at the beginning.