LeoVegas Launches Warsaw Tech Hub to Focus on Innovation

LeoVegas Group has announced that it is to invest in a new technology hub in Warsaw, Poland, in order to meet the growing demand for technology development as it continues to expand around the world.

Over the period 2022-2024, LeoVegas Group, which is licensed by the MGA, will be hiring 60 new developers in the Polish capital in addition to continuing the recruitment planned for its existing hubs in Sweden, the UK, and the Netherlands. The new hub will be working with these existing hubs to develop its proprietary platform, Rhino, a Player Account Management (PAM) system.

The platform is known for its scalability and flexibility, and it can be used to handle all player data, payment transactions, payment integrations, and games from iGaming providers across the company’s brands.

Mattias Wedar - LeoVegas Group Chief Product & Tech Officer

LeoVegas’ success, and the award-winning gaming experience that we give our customers, is driven by our innovative mindset and our proprietary platform Rhino. 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. Our new hub will kickstart this next phase of development!

Mattias WedarLeoVegas Group Chief Product & Tech Officer

LeoVegas Group is well known for its innovations. It was the first iGaming company to launch a cloud-based platform on Google Cloud and the first to launch payments through open-banking solutions. This is largely down to the Group’s commitment to innovation, with one-third of its workforce working in technology and product development. However, despite the new hub’s location, the Group’s services will not become available to Polish players.

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