LeoVegas Begins Trading on Nasdaq First North PremierPublished March 23, 2016 by Florin P
LeoVegas sets important milestone by trading on Stockholm's Nasdaq.
Leo Vegas opened shop in 2012 and over these four years, it set important milestones, culminating with the listing on Nasdaq First North Premier. The online casino is aimed at recreational players and provides them with the means to play all their favorite games on smartphones and tablets. Net Entertainment, Microgaming, IGT, Bally, Nextgen and Evolution Gaming are the leading software developers powering their mobile friendly casino games.
A User-Friendly Casino for Mobile Gamblers
Leo Vegas has emerged as one of the fastest-growing online casinos in Europe, serving customers from all over the continent. Created in Sweden and licensed in Malta, it still has a healthy community of Swedish players, which explains the enthusiasm for their most recent move. The fact that the casino will start trading on Nasdaq First North Premier in Stockholm confirms the progress made over the years.
Speaking of which, Leo Vegas was the proud recipient of multiple prizes, including the coveted Mobile Casino Product of the Year award secured in 2014. Now the online casino joins an exclusive group of companies trading on Nasdaq’s markets. They are well prepared for this new expansion and will work closely with Avanza Bank AB, as the financial institution will assist them with trading.
Plenty of Room to Grow
The founders of the online casino expressed their satisfaction for Leo Vegas’ recent achievement and are optimistic about what the future will bring. Gustaf Hagman and Robin Ramm-Ericson expect the online casino market to keep growing at an accelerated pace, with mobile gambling spearheading the growth.
Leo Vegas offers a quality product that was already embraced with open arms by casino players who use mobile gadgets for gambling purposes. By using cutting-edge technology and constantly improving the mobile gaming experience, the online casino hopes to dominate the market for the years to come.