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Mobile betting specialist LeoVegas revealed this week that they're planning to launch into the regulated Spanish gaming market in the early part of next year, bringing casino and sportsbetting options to players.
The revelation was made by company CEO Gustaf Hagman, who said that LeoVegas has already submitted an application to Spain's gaming regulator for gaming licenses. Once the company obtains the licenses, they'll be able to offer games to punters in the country. LeoVegas is widely known for their mobile sites, which allow gamblers to get their bets in on smartphones and tablets.
The company currently holds licenses in the UK, Ireland, Malta, and Denmark, but offers services in more countries.
A firm launch date wasn't available as of press time, but we'd reason that it's likely we'll see Leo in Spain by the end of the first quarter.
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