LeoVegas completes systems migration to Google Cloud

Mattias Wedar – LeoVegas AB

Stockholm-listed LeoVegas Group AB has completed a key technical objective, after migrating its entire gaming and customer management platform provisions on to the Google Cloud.

The European online gambling group states that it will gain significant flexibility whilst improving product scaling capacities, as its core systems transfer from being maintained in Malta to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Fulfilling a key technical directive, LeoVegas states that its development teams will now be supported with the ‘better scalable environment, which can grow the business without any physical hardware investments’.

As a leading multi-market online gambling group, LeoVegas properties at present handle over 1.2 billion transactions from over 4 million user sessions per month, with the company detailing a peak time handle of circa 115 000 transactions/minute.

“By GCP we have access to the latest technology in many different areas such as AI, serverless computing and security,” said Mattias Wedar, Chief Product & Technology Officer at LeoVegas. “We are the first gaming company that have started using this platform. During the migration, we transferred more than 28TB of data.”

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