LeoVegas Review

LeoVegas Casino ScreenshotLeoVegas have to be one of the most successful ‘standalone’ casinos over the last 5 years. The company have managed to carve out a portion of the market in what’s often consider to be the most competitive sector of online gaming. This pretty much says it all about how well LeoVegas have performed in what’s been a relatively short period of time.

The review will be looking at how LeoVegas have gone about their rise towards the top and also what features you can expect if you decide to be a part of this evolving online casino.

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Casino Games

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The LeoVegas casino is one of a number in the industry that offer up a plethora of software providers, allowing them to get the best range of casino games possible. This list includes some massive names, such as Net Entertainment, Microgaming, Evolution Gaming, Play’N Go, Quickspin, Betsoft, CryptoLogic and OGS - to name but a few.

At the minute, the software can only be used online via their browser-based flash player, but it’s their mobile app that really stands out as the main feature of the casino. As we have mentioned earlier, mobile is the niche that the company originally targeted and it’s here where they thrive also. In fact, they have developed such a good product that they’ve won awards already, including Casino Operator of the Year 2016 from the International Gaming Awards, Mobile Operator of the Year 2016 from the EGR Nordic Awards and Best Innovation in Mobile and Tablet at the EGR Awards. Impressive stuff considering they have only been about for a couple of years!

Once into the casino you aren’t going to be disappointed with the range of games that are on offer with over 600 titles to choose from in total. As with most casinos, the slots section makes up a massive bulk of this with 475 games in total and some of our highlights, including Starburst, Hugo and Motorhead.

The range of table games are also very impressive with 29 roulette offerings, which might just the biggest for this game that we have seen in the industry. Blackjack follows a similar suit with around 20 titles to play, bringing the overall table game count at LeoVegas tick over the 70 mark.

Finally, we just want to touch on the jackpots games that are on offer - with 23 titles in total, it’s again one of the biggest in the industry. Games, such as Mega Moolah, Mega Fortune and Hall of Gods, three of the biggest paying progressive slots of all time, are all on offer, highlighting the quality of this section to go alongside the sheer quantity.

Who Are LeoVegas?

LeoVegas have been about since around 2014 and in those few short years have made an unbelievable climb towards the top of the casino pile. They decided that they would target a certain niche from the industry and this was mobile. The app was actually developed before the online site, which is almost unheard of within the industry, but a clear sign of the times. These days they obviously have both a mobile and online set up, allowing them to be the complete package.

The company were originally set up in Sweden, but now have moved a good chunk of their business across to Malta. The parent company is that of LeoVegas AB (pubi) and it’s these guys that not only own the full rights to LeoVegas, but also invest in many other companies within mobile gaming and even online gaming.

Contact & License Info

  • Live chat: Accessible via website
  • Telephone: 0808 189 0184
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Address: LeoVegas Gaming Ltd Level 7, The Plaza Business Centre, Bisazza Street, SLM 1640, Sliema, Malta
  • License: UK Gambling Commission (License number: 000-039198-R-319450-004)