Leander Games and Vera&John in Partnership

One of the world’s leading online slots providers, Leander Games, announced today that they have signed a partnership agreement with Vera&John, one of the most popular online casino sites in Scandinavia and throughout Europe.


The agreement between the two parties allows Vera&John to integrate all of Leander Games’ proprietary games, through an integration of their LeGa platform. Furthermore Vera&John will also gain access to the third party games which Leander has available through the platform.


Leander Games has done quite well recently, having signed partnerships with some of the most well-known gaming brands in the world, such as Paddy Power and Full Tilt. Now Vera&John joined the exclusive company and can look forward to a boost in revenues.


“We’re delighted to reach an agreement with Vera&John whose growth and ongoing success places them as a leading online casino. Their decision to select some of our most innovative games is an excellent reflection on both parties’ ambition in the market.” Chief Executive Officer at Leander Games, Steven Matsell said.


“The deal will allow players to enjoy our games and those we aggregate and I’m thoroughly looking forward to working alongside such a prominent and progressive business.” Matsell added.


“The ability to quickly deliver leading games to our players was a key factor in choosing Leander. We continue to fulfil our position as the player’s Fun Casino of choice with our broad selection and frequency of game releases. Vera&John is the best choice for casino enthusiasts looking for their favourite and latest games.” Head of Gaming at Vera&John, Kristel Tonna said.

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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