Online casino operator LeoVegas has announced a public update to its partners on the gambling advertising laws in Spain amid Covid-19 crisis.
Following the decision by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs in Spain to enact a law, which banned all gambling advertisements temporarily in Spain in order to protect vulnerable citizens during the global Coronavirus pandemic, the ban has been lifted effectively immediately.
LeoVegas, which was one of the quickest online casino operators to act on the law, particularly with its partners and affiliates, has provided an update stating that all gambling operators can now resume advertising activities as they did before the temporary ban came in to place.
However, the firm was quick to remind partners that the popular RNG casino and live casino products of Leo Vegas are not to be marketed with any reference to Covid-19 or used in a way that tries to profit from referencing the virus, lockdown or staying at home.
In addition, along with concluding by thanking its partners for their cooperation during this challenging time, LeoVegas is reactivating its promotional welcome bonuses for new players.
As of today, there are currently 243,000 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Spain, 27,136 of which have resulted in death and 150,000 have recovered.
Spain has been one of the worst impacted nations in Europe from Covid-19 and the government of Spain has implemented new laws in order to prevent a second wave, including face masks, mandatory social distancing and hygiene measures.