goes live with Maltese licences

lvbetNew online gambling brand has gone live after being issued operating licences by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

LVbet has signed deals with slot suppliers NetEnt, Microgaming, Wazdan and Thunderkick, meaning it can offer hits such as Starburst, Mega Moolah and Gonzo’s Quest. has also launched a customer loyalty programme that rewards players every time they play a slot. Players can then convert these LV Points to euros that can be transferred without any gameplay requirement.

Speaking on behalf of, Marcin Sapinski said: “We’ve got big plans for this year and will be heavily adding to the site’s portfolio and services over the next couple of months. This summer’s European Championships provide some unique openings to attract players and we want to position to take advantage of that opportunity.

“We are really excited to be hitting the market with this fantastic new casino. We want our players to feel special and know that they matter to us which is why we will continue to add more games to our portfolio and launch promotions that will get the adrenalin pumping.”

The company said its philosophy was to offer a’ fresh perspective’ on the industry along with a customer-orientated approach to business. It added: “Our first and most important rule is: our customers are the heart of the whole LVbet company. That is why we put our clients first and always deliver the most reliable customer service.”

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