Swedish operator joins a growing list of online casino and poker operators leaving the shores of Oz following the Interactive Gambling Amendment Act ban.
The recently approved Interactive Gambling Amendment Act bans in Australia have claimed another victim, with the LeoVegas mobile casino advising that is to exit the market on September 10.
The company has warned its affiliate marketers (and presumably players) that it is on the way out due to “regulatory developments” in the country, and that it will close its virtual doors to Aussies from September 10.
Affiliates have been asked to cease all promotional activity on LeoVegas in Australia with immediate effect.
LeoVegas’s exit follows that of other prominent online casino and poker firms such as Vera&John, 888Poker, 32Red, PartyPoker, PokerStars and several casino brands in the Genesis Global stable such as Casino Cruise and Spinit.