LeoVegas Goes Live in USA

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Casino operator LeoVegas has revealed that they've launched their brand in the state of New Jersey, the first market in the United States for the operator to launch in.

The company is using its own platform Rhino to provide games and services to punters in the Garden State, which will likely include slot machines and table games. Leo will be using the Caesars license to sublicense its package. The casino will have to be licensed by the New Jersey Divison of Gaming Enforcement and LeoVegas expects that its casino will be ready to offer games by the end of June.

Commenting on the launch LeoVegas Group CEO Gustaf Hagman said, "We are proud to finally be able to share our plans to establish ourselves in the USA. We think the time and partner are right to launch 'The King of Casino' in the USA. The American market has immense growth potential, and players are just now discovering online gaming. In the USA, too, we will focus on what we are best at - offering an innovative, world-class gaming experience directly in mobile phones. Establishing ourselves with our proprietary platform is a strategic decision, and we know from other markets that having full control over our technology is a key competitive advantage."

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