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Casino gaming group LeoVegas has announced that they've come to an agreement with Hacksaw Gaming that will see them adding the developer's scratchcards to their betting site in select markets.
The agreement will see Hacksaw's library of scratchcards being added to the LeoVegas gaming platform and then offered to punters. LeoVegas serves as one of Europe's largest mobile betting brands, and the agreement gives Hacksaw an important platform to get their games out into the mainstream. The two groups are planning on launching the library of games over the course of the next four weeks.
Hacksaw COO Marcus Cordes spoke about the agreement, sharing: "Launching Our Portfolio On A Leading Brand Such As LeoVegas.com, Just Proves How Much Potential Hacksaw Gaming Has."
LeoVegas Head of Casino James Ford added: "We Are Delighted To Be The First Operator To Offer Content From Such A Young And Ambitious Game Studio. Launching Hacksaw Gaming's Mobile First Scratch Card Portfolio, Is An Important Step For LeoVegas As We Continue To Diversify The Content We Offer To Our Players."
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