Leo Vegas was originally established as a online casino platform in 2011, and in 2016 introduced a platform for sports betting. Licensed in both the UK and Malta, Leo Vegas has quickly been adopted in the sports betting industry and serves a variety of customers worldwide. While they are well known for their early impacts on the online slots and casino industries, they have now entered the sports betting market by offering wide variety of markets in varied odd types. In order to accommodate such a diverse user base, Leo Vegas provides their websites in English, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Finnish, German, Norwegian, and Dutch
Leo Vegas, commonly known as one of the most established online casino platforms in Europe, has finally decided to launch a sportsbook which will nicely complement its already existing range of gambling options. Leo Vegas partnered with the Kambi Group to provide the back end software of its new platform. The Leo Vegas sportsbook UI is extremely simple to navigate making the user experience very enjoyable compared to other confusing platforms. Most impressive from the user’s perspective is the way you can move from sport to sport seamlessly. Unlike some online sportsbooks, Leo Vegas doesn’t list its sports on the left of the main page and then bombard you with an array of sub-menus. Instead, at Leo Vegas the set-up is such that you choose your sport at the top of the page before you’re given three additional options: Live & Upcoming, Outrights and Browse XXX. Overall, this set-up makes everything easier to find and, more importantly, speeds up the betting process.
Once entering the site, in order to proceed you choose the sport of your preference by clicking the relevant link. This will switch the odds section to the relevant sport. Keeping everything confined to a single page is very much in keeping with the mobile generation (which doesn’t use multiple tabs or pages), but it also makes it easier to find what you’re looking for.
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Fully regulated and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. All transactions made through Leo Vegas are secured by SSL encryption and only processed by recognized banking authorities.
LeoVegas accepts multiple forms of payment including but not limited to VISA, Neteller, Skrill, Trustly, Paysafecard, Paypal, Maestro, Mastercard,