LeoVegas Launches Android App In Spain, Denmark And Sweden
LeoVegas is one of the top online casinos in the market that is popular with players from multiple countries. The casino operator recently announced that it will be releasing a mobile casino app for the Google Play store in three countries.
LeoVegas has confirmed that it has rolled out a mobile casino app for players in Spain, Denmark and Sweden. LeoVegas went through a detailed review process before gaining necessary approval to offer its Android casino app in the Google Play store.
Players in these countries will now have the option to download the LeoVegas app for free, register an account if they don’t have one and start playing real money games while on the move. This launch is a big positive for LeoVegas as the mobile gaming market in these countries continues to grow at a rapid rate.
Market stats show that Android smartphones account for more than 90 percent of the Spanish market, 45 percent in Sweden and 38 percent in Denmark. LeoVegas moved swiftly once Google announced in Jan 2021 that it will start to accept real money gambling apps in the Google Playstore provided casino operators meet all of the required protocols mentioned in the terms and conditions of the Google Playstore.
Google is now allowing real money gambling apps in multiple countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. One of the requirements that casino operators need to meet is to have a gambling license from a gaming regulator in the country that it wants to launch its mobile casino app.
Players Can Now Enjoy On The Go Gaming
LeoVegas players in Sweden, Spain and Denmark will now be able to download a dedicated Android casino app and access a strong portfolio of mobile casino games which they can play while on the move. The mobile casino app from LeoVegas is expected to further boost the performance of the online casino in the months to come.
LeoVegas had a pretty good year in 2020 as the COVID-19 virus had a negative impact on land based casinos but a positive impact on online gaming. The casino operator brought in €356 million in 2019 and went on to make €384.7 million in 2020 which was a 9 percent increase. There is no indication as of now as to when LeoVegas will launch its mobile casino app in other markets.
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