LeoVegas launches Warsaw tech hub 

LeoVegas plans to make hires across its European offices.
LeoVegas plans to make hires across its European offices.

The online gambling company plans to hire 60 developers to work at its new Polish hub.

Poland.- The Swedish online gambling operator LeoVegas is launching a tech hub in Warsaw, Poland, to focus on new technology development and innovation. It intends to hire 60 developers to work at the site over the next two years while also making new hires in the UK, Sweden and Netherlands.

LeoVegas said it had identified a “growing demand” for technological development to complement its international expansion and “future-proof” its customer experience capability for products, personalisations and payments. 

The firm has made tech and innovation a core element of its strategy, with a third of its staff working in the area. It said that its presence in Poland would be restricted to technology and product development, with its commercial operations not available in the country.

Chief product and tech officer Mattias Wedar said: “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 personalised experience to our customers. Our new hub will kickstart this next phase of development.”

Last month, LeoVegas gained a licence to operate in Ontario, Canada, whose regulated igaming market opens today (April 4).

See also: LeoVegas Group introduces personalised deposit limits in the UK

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