Löwen Play Digital Becomes One of the Few Licensed German Gaming Sites

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Löwen Play digital GmbH has received a license to operate virtual slot games from the Saxony-Anhalt State Administration Office.  

This makes the company one of a small number of licensees based in Germany. The offer under the Löwen Play Online brand can be found at www.loewen-play.de.  

The Löwen Play brand is known from the land-based arcade business in Germany. The group of companies has almost 50 years of experience in the industry. Around 2,800 employees provide the best entertainment in the amusement segment in more than 400 arcades.  

The protection of players and minors has been an integral part of Löwen Play's corporate philosophy for many years.  

Patrick Handl, Managing Director of Löwen Play digital GmbH, commented on the receipt of the license: "We are delighted to have finally received the license to operate virtual slot machines. The digital business unit represents an important element in the strategic direction of the Löwen Play Group.” 

 At Löwen Play's online portfolio, players will find many classic slot games that are already well known from the arcade's. The product will become again clearly more attractive in the coming weeks. Customers can look forward to more payment methods, an ever-growing portfolio of games, and an even more entertaining gaming experience.  

"The entertainment range around the Löwen Play brand will be expanded even more into the digital world with immediate effect. The quality of our game portfolio and services as well as the responsibility towards our players always have the highest priority for us", points out Marcel Freiberger, Country Lead and authorized signatory of Löwen Play digital GmbH. 

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