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Mobile betting group LeoVegas has revealed that they've been granted an Irish remote gaming license, which will allow it to offer their games in the region as a result.
The group will soon be re-launching their casino service to Ireland, after it had previously pulled out due to regulatory changes. The company also plans to launch sportsbetting services, allowing for wagers on football, rugby, and other sports as well. The group now holds gaming licenses in Ireland, Malta, Denmark, and the United Kingdom.
Speaking about the licensing, LeoVegas CEO Gustaf Hagman said, "LeoVegas continues to grow in regulated markets. The fact that we have in a short time been granted licenses in two regulated markets shows that we are delivering in accordance with our expansion strategy. But it also shows that we have high capacity and quality in our organization and in the work we do. I am convinced that our market-leading sport product will contribute to strong growth in Ireland."
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