Leap Gaming Gets Danish License

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Casino software supplier Leap Gaming has announced that they've been granted a gaming license by Denmark's gaming regulator.

The license is a supplier license, which will allow Leap to provide their slots, table games, and virtual sports products to operators that also hold a gaming license throughout the country. The first casino brands to go live with Leap in the country are Casinogo and Roed25, which are operated by 25SYV.

The move comes after Leap obtained a UK gaming licence in May. It also is active in South Africa, Greece, Romania, Sweden, and the Netherlands.

Regarding the licensing Leap Commercial Director Isabella Avidar said, "We welcome our partnership with the leading Danish online gaming provider 25SYV, and we are sure that Leap's superb range of online video slot games with top-notch 3D graphics, will prove to be popular on their platform. All our online video slot games are customised for mobile devices, which makes them easily accessible to entertain their players from anywhere and at any time."

25SYV product owner Lasse Larsen also commented, adding: "We have found in Leap the perfect partner who will support us with a wide variety of high-end online video slot games and casino titles. Their advanced 3D graphics and unique game features, combined with highly intuitive UI, provide an excellent immersive and engaging gaming experience, that we are proud to offer to our clients exclusively on our online platform."

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