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LeoVegas back in Ireland following ‘Remote Operator’ approval

2017-02-13 13:32:24

Stockholm Nasdaq-listed Leo Vegas Group (LeoVegas) has this morning updated its investors and stakeholders detailing that it has been approved a ‘Remote Operator License’ for sports betting by the Irish Revenue Commissioners the regulatory body for gambling in the Republic of Ireland.

Having gained its licensing approval, LeoVegas marketing will now push for a relaunch of its betting services within the regulated Irish market, estimated to be worth circa £800 million in 2016 (H2 Gaming Capital).

LeoVegas governance stated that it would increase its profile and launch its full range of services for the Irish betting market, as it seeks to become a leading brand within a competitive marketplace for consumers.