Is LeoVegas Online Casino Safe?
LeoVegas is a well-established name in the online gaming industry, and even more so in recent years due to its undisputed claim as leading mobile operator. While the platform may be recognized for it, other redeeming qualities are also part of its structure as a whole. Before things stabilized in the online mobile gaming market, security was a definite highlight of any operator.
In the case of LeoVegas, players have never been concerned with the matter of security, regardless of the period in which the platform operated. For one, LeoVegas has been operating since 2012 on a triple license from three different authoritative bodies. That way, its services were fully regulated and permitted in each jurisdiction they were offered. The UK Gambling Commission’s license is specifically intended to regulate relations with UK-based players, while the Danish Gambling Authority aims to protect players from the said country. Ultimately, New Zealand-based players and the remainder of the player pool are just as regularly present on the platform, thanks to its third license from Malta’s Gambling Commissioner.
And while this may be enough to make matters right with the law, it isn’t even close to protecting players from malicious attacks by cybercriminals. As a result, the platform has employed SSL encryption across all clients, desktop, and mobile regardless if it’s in its instant-play or inherent app version.
Furthermore, LeoVegas acquires the software for its clients from 9 different companies, ensuring a variety of offering and, at the same time, quality consistency due to their leading status in the industry. Due to it, the platform has no problem subjecting its software to regular testing to independent companies. Players nowadays can openly find disclosed information about the procedure and the RNG findings, proving that they have been dealing with a trusted operator.
Ultimately, with all technicalities covered as well as they can be, it is no surprise that LeoVegas is the star of multiple EGR Innovation Awards. In 2014, it won ‘Mobile Casino Product of the Year’, and has continued to do so. In 2013, LeoVegas was named finalist in the ICE Magazine for ‘Best Gaming Operator of the Year’ and in 2015, GP Bullhound’s European Unicorn Summit Awards, it got the title of ‘the most interesting and high performing company in Europe’, leaving players from New Zealand and remaining countries practically privileged to enjoy the benefits.