LiveG24 Announces Deals With LeoVegas And Microgaming

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Players at the LeoVegas online casino are set to see a big boost to the company’s live casino offer very soon – with the news that the firm is joining forces with software company LiveG24. This deal will see LeoVegas add a host of new options to its stable of live table games!

New Games On The Way

The link up is set to have an immediate impact on the company’s live casino choice, with all of the live baccarat, blackjack and roulette games developed by LiveG24 being added to both its leovegas.com and leovegas.it sites.

That isn’t the only gaming gain for LeoVegas from this deal though. The company is also getting exclusive access to a hotly anticipated new LiveG24 title called Live Magic Card that gives players the chance to win payouts of 100-times their bets! This game is being hailed as something truly special.

Both Companies Happy With The Deal

Speaking in the wake of the news becoming public, LiveG24’s chief operating officer Angelo De Gobbi said:

It is a great satisfaction for us to have been chosen by LeoVegas as suppliers of live games. Our games are the ideal complement to LeoVegas’ offer for both the Italian market and the foreign one.

Paola Maia from LeoVegas also voiced his delight at the deal between the two companies and added that the online casino was thrilled to be able to unveil such an impressive new slate of live casino games to its customers.

Additional Deal With Microgaming

This partnership with LeoVegas comes at the same time as LiveG24 is also entering into a contract with top games software firm Microgaming, suggesting the company is serious about expanding its reach.

That deal will see all of LiveG24’s games supplied via the content aggregation platform developed by Microgaming.

It will also lead to the live casino games produced by LiveG24 being made available to operator partners of Microgaming in countries like Britain, Malta, the Isle of Man and Estonia.

Microgaming director of global operations James Buchanan stated that the company was sure that this team-up would make its games selection better and more varied and that Microgaming was always seeking new partners with the hottest new games.