LeoVegas Group expands and launches a tech hub in Warsaw, Poland. 60 developers will be hired in Warsaw to accelerate the development of a next-generation platform, working closely with developers in the Group’s existing hubs in Sweden, UK, and the Netherlands. The technology will be a key part of future-proofing the group’s world-leading customer experiences, and to enable further innovations in product, personalisation, and payments.
LeoVegas Group is investing in a new tech hub in Warsaw, Poland, in order to meet growing demand for technology development as the Group continues to expand globally. In the coming two years, the Group is looking to hire 60 new developers in Warsaw, in addition to ongoing recruitment planned for existing hubs in Sweden, the UK and the Netherlands. The Warsaw tech hub will work in synergy with other developers in the Group to develop its proprietary platform, Rhino – a so-called Player Account Management system (PAM). Rhino is a highly scalable and versatile platform, used for the handling of all player data, payment transactions, payment integrations and games from igaming providers across all of the Group’s brands.
The new tech hub is a key part of the Group’s strategy to remain at the forefront of new technology and innovation in product, personalisation and payments.
Speaking about the news, Mattias Wedar, Chief Product & Tech Officer at LeoVegas Group said, “LeoVegas’ success, and the award-winning gaming experience that we give our customers, is driven by our innovative mindset and our proprietary platform Rhino. Our new hub in Warsaw, is a key part of our strategy to stay right at the forefront of innovation, new product development, and payments while offering a highly personalised experience to our customers. Our new hub will kickstart this next phase of development!”.