LeoVegas partners with LiveG24
Online game operator, LeoVegas, has recently signed a deal with live dealer software provider LiveG24.
In addition to the newly announced partnership, the operator has given an update on how the coronavirus situation affects it.
Further Expanding Their Live Casino Offering
Under the new agreement, LiveG24 will be offering live roulette, blackjack and baccarat games to LeoVegas online players. They will be available at www.leovegas.it and www.leovegas.com.
Moreover, LeoVegas will launch the new LiveG24 game titled Live Magic Card. This one-of-a-kind game has payouts up to 100 times the initial stake.
Paola Maia, Country Manager for the Italian market of the LeoVegas Group, talked about how they can increase the tables available to their customers. This includes classic Live offer that includes Roulette, Blackjack and Baccarat and new release soon after.
According to the manager, they can “become a reference point for Live Casino in the Italian market.”
Maia added they are eager to be able to present the new games planned for this year. In particular, Magic Card, “a unique card game never seen before with interesting multipliers”.
Angelo De Gobbi, chief operating officer of LiveG24 also commented on the partnership. “It is a great satisfaction for us to have been chosen by LeoVegas as suppliers of live games,” De Gobbi said.
“Our games are the ideal complement to LeoVegas’ offer for both the Italian market and the foreign one.”
Impact of Covid-19 on LeoVegas
At this point, coronavirus (Covid-19) has affected many businesses around the world. And the gambling industry continues to see the effects of the disease, as well.
Gustaf Hagman, Group CEO of LeoVegas Mobile Gaming Group has commented on the situation.
He explained how LeoVegas handles daily operations. “The health of our employees and their families is of absolute top importance,” he assured. With the measures they have taken, they are exercising their responsibility as an employer.
Also, Hagman further said they expect this to lead to lower revenue for LeoVegas in the sports betting segment. However, they can mitigate this effect to some extent by “shifting the focus even more to our casino product.”
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