Mobile Online Casino Leo Vegas Trading on Stockholm’s Nasdaq

Published Saturday, March 19, 2016 -
Mobile Online Casino Leo Vegas Trading on Stockholm’s Nasdaq

Leo Vegas is an online casino created in Sweden and is now one of Europe’s biggest mobile casino operators. is owned by Leo Vegas International, and is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority. Leo Vegas specializes in mobile casino offerings and recently announced it will begin trading on Stockholm’s Nasdaq First North Premier in Sweden.

The award winning firm was established in 2012 with LeoVegas now leading the way for the mobile future of online gambling as stated in the 2013 Gaming Intelligence Publication. At the 2013 ICE Totally Gaming Awards Leo Vegas was a finalist in the Best gaming operator of the year category. Then in 2014 at the EGR Innovation Awards the online casino won Mobile Casino Product of the Year and Best Innovation in Casino accolades.

Leo Vegas claims to be Europe’s fastest and most user friendly mobile casino setting a new standard for what consumers expect from a mobile online casinos. The Leo Vegas web location features games from noted suppliers such as Net Entertainment, Microgaming,  IGT, Bally, Nextgen and Evolution Gaming among others.

This announcement marks the ninth company to be admitted to trading on Nasdaq’s Nordic markets this year and  LeoVegas has appointed Avanza Bank AB as its ‘Certified Adviser’ to assist with its trading in the Swedish jurisdiction. The firm is headquartered in Stockholm but caries out it operation and marketing activities from Malta in a regulated environment. Technical development is still done in Sweden.

The two founders of Gustaf Hagman and Robin Ramm-Ericson commented on the announcement with pride,  “The market for mobile gaming entertainment is still in its infancy; we want LeoVegas to lead the way in into the mobile future.” They continued to add, “We strive to spearhead technology innovation and the mobile gaming experience, and see a solid growth potential for many years to come.”






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