LeoVegas Casino player wins five-star trip to Italy and €20,000

leovegas-italyJack Woodward, 21, won a five-star break to Italy with professional skier Jon Olsson, after playing on LeoVegas’ new Live Casino product.

The digital marketer from High Wycombe was selected for the luxury trip to Italy, which included an airport transfer in Jon’s Lamborghini, a two night stay at the prestigious St Vincent Resort and Casino, and a helicopter tour of Monte Cervino.

The prize also included €10,000 that Woodward had to stake on either red or black at the roulette wheel. He placed the bet on red and walked away with the huge €20,000 pay out.

He said: “I had an unbelievable time in Italy, from the airport transfer in Jon’s Lambo to winning €20,000 at the roulette table. I’m a massive fan of Jon, so to do all this cool stuff with him made it even better and now I’m in a great position to start saving for a house.

“I’d never played on an online casino before, but I’m really glad I chose LeoVegas’ new game. I really enjoyed playing on their Live Casino product and I’ll definitely be playing it again in the future!”

Shenaly Amin, UK Country Manager at LeoVegas, said: “We are very excited to have added LeoVegas Live Casino to our offering of products. It means that new and existing customers will be able to use LeoVegas to play real time casino games and receive a totally unique gambling experience.

“It was great fun working with Jon Olsson to help launch our new Live Casino product, and we’re all really glad to hear Jack enjoyed himself. It looked like he had an amazing time!”

The competition was part of the launch of LeoVegas’ NetEnt Live Casino product, which allows customers to experience the thrill of a real casino inside their own home. The product includes 24-hour live roulette and blackjack with real croupiers as well as a celebrity-concept blackjack table.

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