Royal Panda is now one of 10 brands handled by LeoVegas’ technical platform, Rhino, purposely built for multi-brand operations. The move to the new platform streamlines operations and will help enhance communication within the group.
After being acquired by LeoVegas in 2017, Royal Panda withdrew from the UK market in 2020 and is currently licenced by the Malta Gaming Authority.
LeoVegas announced that Royal Panda will be able to continue to operate under its own personality and profile and will instead be focusing on improving the gaming experience, expanding the online casino’s product offerings and implementing a wider range of payment options.
LeoVegas’ CEO Gustaf Hagman told iGamingBusiness that “being able to run all brands on one and the same platform is a milestone in the company’s history”.
LeoVegas will continue to expand as it enters the US market in the first half of 2022 by launching its online casino product in the state of New Jersey.
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