LeoVegas Group Secures Dutch Gaming License for iGaming Market
LeoVegas Group, a prominent player in the iGaming industry, has obtained a gaming license to operate in the Dutch market. The license, granted by the Dutch regulatory authority KSA (Kansspelautoriteit), covers online casino, live casino, and sports betting activities. LeoVegas Group, operating through its subsidiary 21 Heads Up Limited, has been awarded a five-year license.
With the regulatory approval in hand, LeoVegas Group is preparing to launch its iGaming offerings in the Netherlands during the second half of 2023. The Group’s entry into the Dutch market underscores its strategic expansion plans and commitment to delivering an exceptional gaming experience to Dutch players.
By securing the gaming license, LeoVegas Group demonstrates its adherence to strict regulatory requirements and its commitment to responsible gambling practices. The company will leverage its expertise and cutting-edge technology to provide a safe and entertaining gaming environment for Dutch players.
The Dutch market holds significant potential for growth in the iGaming sector, and LeoVegas Group’s entry is poised to contribute to the diversification and competitiveness of the market. As the Group prepares to launch its offerings, it aims to provide a wide range of casino games, live dealer experiences, and sports betting options to cater to the preferences of Dutch players.
Gustaf Hagman, CEO of LeoVegas Group, said “LeoVegas Group has been granted a gaming license in the rapidly growing Dutch market! We are thrilled to look to the future and fully focus on resuming our Dutch journey: the Netherlands has great potential and we look forward to it becoming an important market in our global growth journey.”