LeoVegas Launches Sportsbetting Product in Denmark

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Internet betting group LeoVegas has announced that they're launching a new sportsbetting platform within Denmark this week, offering more than 100,000 betting games daily.

The product is called 'LeoVegas Sport', and will offer wagers on more than 40 different types of sports. The product will be fully regulated in Denmark, a LeoVegas recently obtained a sportsbetting license from the country's gaming regulator. The new product was developed in conjunction with gaming firm Kambi, a sportsbetting group that specializes in gaming platforms.

Speaking about the launch LeoVegas Group CEO Gustaf Hagman said, "The launch of LeoVegas' casino has been very successful and LeoVegas has established itself as a brand in Denmark. We see a clear growth potential for sports and strengthening, with today's launch, our offer in the Danish market; our goal is to offer Denmark's fastest and most engaging sports gaming experience."

"In parallel with the launch of sport, we have invested in our live casino, where we now offer the market's best live experience with the widest product range and exclusive tables for LeoVegas customers. With these launches, we strengthen LeoVegas' offer in the Danish market."

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18 July 2017 - 9:57pm

Yeah obviously it's a huge act for Leo Vegas, maybe they seeing the growth potential for sportsbetting in Denmark that no one else sees or just don't have the funds to exploit...I guess.