Head of LeoVegas’s Malta Subsidiary Steps Down

Says it’s time for new challenges

After five years, Johan Styren, the CEO of LeoVegas Gaming’s Malta subsidiary, has resigned.

He will stay on as director of various subsidiaries until he leaves the company on June 30.

In a statement, Styren said that during his time at the mobile-focused casino operator they have gone from newly launched in 2012 to a “market leader” in 2017.

Earlier this month, LeoVegas reported a 49% year-on-year rise in first quarter revenues.