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LeoVegas Gambling App Finally Passes the Google Compliance Process

LeoVegas is a Swedish gambling platform owned by LeoVegas Gaming plc that provides players with table games, video slots, and other casino games. Recently, LeoVegas Casino made history by becoming the first gambling platform to pass the google app compliance process. That means players from Denmark, Spain, and Sweden can now download the LeoVegas app from Google Play instead of accessing it on the casino website.

What is Google Compliance Process?

To ensure the company does not rub shoulders with the authorities, Google came up with a complex Gambling app compliance process. The procedure is also meant to restrict fraudulent gambling apps from being made available on their Google Play platform. One of the requirements for a betting company to pass the compliance process includes providing valid licenses that indicate the site is legally allowed to operate within a specific jurisdiction. Furthermore, a casino’s gambling app should not be available at a fee. These, among many other stipulations, have seen gambling companies miss out on the opportunity to display their app on Google Play.

However, that is not the case with the LeoVegas gambling app, which is currently available on Google Play in the stated countries. The disadvantage of not having a gambling app on Google Play is that it limits the accessibility and visibility of the application. Furthermore, it lengthens the app installation process contrary to the automatic app installation feature enjoyed only by apps on google play.

What Does It Mean for Smartphone Users?

Even with a compatible mobile that uses powerful graphics chips for smartphones, players still need to install the LeoVegas app to play casino games and enjoy some of the best no deposit bonus codes on the market. The news comes a few months after LeoVegas made yet another step of introducing open banking payments for its players. In addition, recent communications from Google mentioned the tech giant would be lifting the ban imposed on gambling apps in numerous countries, thus increasing the number of territories allowing more players to access gambling apps on Google Play.

According to LeoVegas’ director of product and technology, the application deadline was near. Therefore, broad steps had to be taken to make sure they beat the deadline. Countries whose residents are still unable to access the LeoVegas Android application on Google Play should continue using the old app download and installation process until LeoVegas passed the Google compliance test in those regions.

 

 

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