This spring, the gaming company LeoVegas is launching a global marketing campaign. In connection with this, the company will introduce a completely new commercial concept; LeoUniverse, where the company’s fictitious Chief Entertainment Officer, Leo, works at the company’s headquarters. With the help of humour and recognition of everyday life, LeoVegas creates a commercial series that combines laughter and entertainment in high-quality production.
”Offering the best customer experience starts with our marketing. With this new concept, we invite our customers to a completely new ’LeoUniverse’, a world filled with entertainment, excitement, and humour. We will get to know several new characters but also meet familiar faces from our most popular games”, explained Sarah Krusell, Marketing Production Director at LeoVegas.
”Working to develop the new global creative concept for LeoVegas it became clear that the heart of their offering is highly aligned with the entertainment industry. And obviously, their brand universe should be an extension of that feeling”, states Lars Samuelsen, Creative Chairman at the advertising agency Uncle Grey.
With this new concept, the company’s marketing communications will be unified across all markets whilst also being adapted to fit the local needs and regulations of each market.
”Our industry has historically not maintained a high enough level when it comes to advertising and marketing. Instead of being the loudest, we hope to now be able to introduce a concept that people actually appreciate and find entertaining. With more relevant content, we can responsibly build an entertaining brand”, added Sarah Krusell.
The concept will be used across all markets, channels and all media formats and will continue to position LeoVegas as a responsible brand that offers entertainment and excitement in a safe environment.
The LeoUniverse concept has been developed and produced together with the award-winning Copenhagen based advertising agency; Uncle Grey. The campaign will initially be broadcast on TV in Denmark and Sweden and will be followed up by digital campaigns across a variety of channels.