LeoVegas Group to acquire Push Gaming following agreement

According to iGaming news website iGB, LeoVegas Group has agreed a deal to acquire the majority of shares in casino game provider Push Gaming.

Following all the necessary approvals, it is expected that the deal will be finalised between September and December 2023.

While the acquisition will help LeoVegas Group implement its expansion strategy, Push Gaming’s assets, including its intellectual property, will help LeoVegas Group produce more content.

Following this deal, Push Gaming will stay on as an independent entity, with its Chief Operating Officer (COO) Winston Lee, and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) James Marshall, retaining their roles within the company.

In comments following the announcement, LeoVegas Group’s CEO Gustaf Hagman, expressed how thrilled he is to welcome Push Gaming to the LeoVegas family.

Hagman emphasised that Push Gaming has a superb track record in the world of casino games, and added that the provider will help LeoVegas ensure the best gaming entertainment for its players.

Meanwhile, Push Gaming’s CEO, James Marshall expressed how proud he is of what has been achieved by the gaming provider so far. 

Marshall added that this deal shows just how much hard work went into seeing that Push Gaming became a top game supplier.

Push Gaming’s CEO also remarked that the gaming provider looks forward to growing as a company by increasing development, expanding into new markets, and elevating their products to higher levels.

About LeoVegas and Push Gaming

While Push Gaming is a UK-based gaming provider founded in 2010, LeoVegas is a top online casino that started off as a mobile gaming app two years later, in 2012.

If you’re a fan of online pokies, two top Push Gaming titles you can play at LeoVegas are Fat Santa and Jammin Jars.

Fat Santa Push Gaming
Enjoy the festive Fat Santa, or…
Jammin Jars Push Gaming
… the fresh and funky Jammin Jars!

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