Prominent online casino and sportsbetting operator LeoVegas AB has announced its premiere of a new technology hub in the Polish capital of Warsaw so as to accelerate its ongoing development of a next-generation iGaming platform.
The Swedish firm used an official Wednesday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that the fresh venue will allow it ‘to meet growing demand for technology development’ as it endeavors to expand its presence globally. The pioneer also stated that these advances are subsequently destined to play ‘a key part in future-proofing its world-leading customer experiences’ and permit it to ‘enable further innovations in product, personalization and payments.’
LeoVegas AB, which is responsible for the online casinos at GoGoCasino.com, RoyalPanda.com, LeoVegas.com, PinkCasino.co.uk and LiveCasino.com, disclosed that it is planning to hire up to 60 employees for its new enterprise in Poland over the course of the next two years. The operator explained that these workers are to liaise with staff at its other hubs in the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom to improve the functionality of its proprietary Rhino player account management system.
Moreover behind the online sportsbetting domains at Expekt.com, Pixel.bet and BetUK.com, LeoVegas AB described its Rhino innovation as ‘a highly scalable and versatile platform’ that can be utilized to handle a wide range of player, payment and integration data in addition to ‘games from iGaming providers across all of the group’s brands’.
Mattias Wedar serves as the Chief Product and Technology Officer for LeoVegas AB and he used the press release to assert that his company ‘has a proven track-record in spearheading innovation’ with a full one-third of its workforce engaged ‘in technology and product development’ and was the first enterprise of its kind to run a cloud-based platform via Google Cloud and offer payment options through open-banking solutions. The professional furthermore pronounced that this legacy with a ‘strong focus on technology’ will now continue via the launch of its new Warsaw hub although his firm’s services are to remain unavailable to customers in Poland.
Read a statement from Wedar…
“Our success and the award-winning gaming experience that we give our customers is driven by our innovative mindset and our Rhino proprietary platform. Our new hub in Warsaw is a key part of our strategy to stay right at the forefront of innovation, new product development and payments while offering a highly personalized experience to our customers. The new hub will kickstart this next phase of development.”