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October 22, 2019

LeoVegas signs new partnership

Mediacle Teams Up with LeoVegas

Top Online Casino, LeoVegas, has partnered up with Mediacle. It is the second gaming company that has joined forces with the marketing agency. Now, they will be hoping to get their name out there in the new and up and coming markets. As part of the agreement, Mediacle will work alongside the LeoVegas Marketing teams. Together, they will work on optimising campaigns as well as customer engagement for its new markets.

Reaching a Wider Audience

LeoVegas is already very successful in its field. However, this will help take it to the next level. Mediacle specialises in marketing and helps its partners to get even more players. Furthermore, it offers a tailor-made service to suit each casino. It helps them to grow within new markets and expand in emerging markets. It also helps them to reach a wider audience and improve their customer experience. We hope that this will also mean that they will offer all players a better casino bonus.

A Competitive Field

However, LeoVegas isn’t the first to partner up with the company. One of the other big online casinos, GiG, was the first to join ranks and it looks as though there will be more to follow. Clearly, Mediacle is getting a good reputation in the industry. With so many new and upcoming markets, opportunities have never been greater. Therefore, iGaming companies need to reach these new customers. New markets always mean new opportunities. These are very important, considering the new regulations hitting the well-established markets. It has never been more critical to reach a new audience. It really is a very exciting time for online casinos. There really has never been a better time to look for new customers. So, the more you can make your name in these new markets early on, the better. There will soon be many casinos that will be looking for a share of the spoils. This is a case of first come, first served.