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Playtech And LeoVegas Expand Long-Standing Casino Deal


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In a tactical move to host to the Dutch market’s growing hunger for online casino games, Playtech and LeoVegas have expanded their existing coalition. This expansion will allow LeoVegas, a noted operator owned by MGM Resorts, to offer a diverse range of Playtech’s popular casino slots and live games to its Dutch customers.

LeoVegas Enters the Dutch Market

LeoVegas’ decision to enter the Dutch market aligns with its plans to amplify its offering with a sweeping and exciting gaming experience. By partnering with Playtech, a leading provider in the iGaming industry, LeoVegas ensures that Dutch players have access to top-quality gaming content, including creative slots and immersive live casino games.

This deal follows triumphant launches in various regions, including the UK, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Ontario, and Italy. LeoVegas’ global presence on LeoVegas.com has been instrumental in showcasing Playtech’s myriad gaming portfolio to players worldwide.

Playtech and LeoVegas have a mutual goal of supplying superior gaming experiences tailored to specific market demands. Playtech’s expertise in developing engaging casino games complements LeoVegas’ standing for delivering ingenious and player-centric services.

Both Playtech and LeoVegas prioritize regulatory compliance and responsible gaming practices. As they enter the Dutch market, they ensure that all offerings adhere to local regulations, providing players with a safe and enjoyable gaming environment.

Growing Demand for Online Casino Entertainment

The step towards the Netherlands recalls the growing need for online casino entertainment in the region. Playtech and LeoVegas aim to grab a noteworthy share of the Dutch market and provide players with a diverse and engaging gaming portfolio.

’’ Shares in Playtech plc (LSE:PTEC) were trading 0.77 per cent higher at 460.50 pence per share in London Wednesday morning, while shares in MGM Resorts International (NYSE:MGM) closed 0.99 per cent higher at $42.85 in New York Tuesday.’’

Looking ahead, Playtech and LeoVegas are poised for continued growth and innovation. By leveraging their strengths and expertise, they aim to firm their position as key players in the online casino industry, offering exciting gaming experiences to players in the Netherlands and beyond.

LeoVegas Netherlands country manager Remko de Boer shared a few words and said: “We are excited to bring the Playtech catalog to the Netherlands. We look forward to providing our Dutch customers with the greatest iGaming experience through Playtech’s renowned casino slots and live casino games.”

Playtech senior commercial director Diane Crookes added: “The partnership between LeoVegas Group and Playtech continues to grow stronger. Our partnership with LeoVegas has been a key part of our growth strategy, and we are delighted to continue this journey as we expand into markets and explore new opportunities.”



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