The assessment was carried out to ensure LeoVegas’ services were in line with the European Commission’s protection regulations for consumers, online gaming services and minors.
It examined all of LeoVegas’ brands and markets.
Ecogra’s results revealed that LeoVegas’ services adhered to the EU’s protection regulations and no further remarks were necessary.
“Offering a safe and secure gaming experience and preventing minors from online gambling has always been our top priority,” said Gustaf Hagman, group CEO for LeoVegas.
“It is therefore reassuring that LeoVegas’ work in this area has now been assessed and reviewed by an external, independent party that confirms that we are in conformity with the Commission’s recommendations.”
The review took place alongside local authorities’ normal administrative supervision.
In April, Swedish gaming inspectorate Spelinspektionen issued a fine of SEK2m (£1.6m/€1.9m) to LeoVegas due to concerns over LeoVegas’ customer risk classification system.