LeoVegas Goes Live on Nasdaq

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Internet betting firm LeoVegas has announced that they have gone live for public trading on the Nasdaq First North Premier exchange in Stockholm, Sweden.

The move is the latest expansion for LeoVegas, which has had a big year as it has signed multiple content partnerships and has gotten quite large with their sponsorships and growth of mobile gaming throughout Europe. LeoVegas launched in 2012 and has a wide array of games as well as progressive jackpots and excellent live dealer games. The casino currently holds a four-and-a-half star rating through our site, with our only complaint being the low weekly payout limits.

Commenting on the Nasdaq launch LeoVegas Founders Robin Ramm-Ericson and Gustaf Hagman said, "The market for mobile gaming entertainment is still in its infancy. We want LeoVegas to lead the way in into the mobile future. We strive to spearhead technology innovation and the mobile gaming experience, and see a solid growth potential for many years to come. LeoVegas is the best in mobile, and mobile is the future."

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25 March 2016 - 11:51pm
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Not exactly familiar with the financial world but I guess if they hit the exchange market it's a sign of a huge growth and development for the company.And they have really ambitious plan to lead the way into the mobile gaming entertainment in future.