Leap Gaming finds new distribution channel with ComeOn Group deal

By Gambling Insider

Leap Gaming has agreed a deal with ComeOn Group that will see its casino content distributed in the operator’s licensed markets.

Relax Gaming’s platform will power the deal that will bring Leap’s portfolio to players in the Nordic markets and any jurisdiction covered by ComeOn’s Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence.

Leap has received certification from the MGA and Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC), Greece’s top gambling watchdog. Its content is available in retail, web or mobile formats and, according to Leap, offers an “immersive and innovative virtual sports betting and casino” experience.

Leap CEO Yariv Lissauer commented: “We’re thrilled about this distribution deal. We’ve worked tirelessly with Relax Gaming to make this partnership happen and we’re delighted to be bringing it to fruition with such a strong and well-known brand as ComeOn.”

Simon Hammon, Relax Gaming’s Chief Product Officer, shared this sentiment, saying: “Leap Gaming’s attention to even the minutest of detail is what has made them a first-class supplier of modern gaming and high-quality content, from which we are confident ComeOn will benefit hugely.

“Being the selected route to market for the distribution of this content shines a light on the value that Powered By Relax adds both for us and for our partners, allowing for content to be delivered to the leading operators at unparalleled speed.”

For ComeOn Group, meanwhile, this deal will expand and enhance its offering to players. Its Chief Product Officer Cristiano Blanco was similarly enthused about ComeOn’s agreement with Leap.

He added: “I am very happy to have Leap powering our games portfolio. They are a fast-growing company with a focus on the needs of the customer, which you can see from the quality of their product.”


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