LeoVegas, one of the largest online gaming brands in Europe, has announced today that it is reassigning its marketing contractual relationships from Mobile Momentum to GameTech.
Although marketing and financing activities will change, particularly for the group’s partners and affiliates, LeoVegas have iterated that this is purely an administrative change and will have no impact on its current business operations with affiliates.
There will be some minor noticeable changes in how the firm operates and payments from LeoVegas will come from GameTech instead of Mobile Momentum.
Any partners or affiliates that currently issue invoices for commission payments will be asked to direct them towards GameTech and any invoices that are directed towards Mobile Momentum going forward will be asked to reissue with the new benefactor.
LeoVegas currently uses the Netrefer affiliate platform and the system is being configured to automatically notify partners and affiliates of the changes from the effective date.
In addition to some administrative changes behind the scenes at LeoVegas, the gaming brand is also carrying out an update and promotion change in relation to its Swedish operations.
Reportedly, there are some online gaming regulatory changes required to operate in the country of Sweden effective 1st and 2nd July 2020, including weekly deposit limits, maximum welcome bonuses with 60 day deposit and further 60 day wager terms and a mandatory limit on timed sessions will come in to play to protect gamblers in Sweden.