Under the terms of this latest commercial deal, the online casino operator will be able to roll out a vast range of online slot titles delivered by Relax Gaming. The agreement between Royal Panda and the content supplier covers both proprietary titles by Relax Gaming and content by third-party industry suppliers.
Over the past year, the provider has added online casino games more than 20 gaming developers and fellow suppliers through its partnership programs – Silver Bullet for commercially represented suppliers and Powered By for commercially independent partners.
Under the terms of Relax Gaming’s recent agreement with Royal Panda, the casino operator will gain access to the provider’s ever expanding in-house collection and Silver Bullet titles, including new releases such as Money Train and Temple Tumble, and to a wide variety of Powered By partnered content.
The Royal Panda deal is the latest of a series of commercial agreements signed and unveiled by Relax Gaming in recent months. In July, the online casino content provider revealed that its in-house games as well as partner content would be rolled out across Betclic’s iGaming brands in multiple regulated markets. In May, Relax Gaming announced a similar deal with Austrian gambling veteran Interwetten.
A Valuable Addition
Commenting on their aligning with Royal Panda, Relax Gaming CEO Daniel Eskola said that their content, which offers a “broad range of volatilities and themes to suit a host of player types”, will make “a valuable addition” to the casino operator’s online offering.
Royal Panda’s Managing Director Melvin Ritsema added that Relax Gaming’s both in-house and third-party partner content will “not only strengthen our footprint in our core markets but also attract new players.”
Mr. Ritsema added that Relax Gaming’s “flexibility and open approach to business is unique in this industry and coupled with its offering of high-quality and engaging slots, will make it a fantastic partner to work with.”
Royal Panda will be releasing Relax Gaming’s online slots content in the next few weeks, according to a press release posted today on the provider’s official website.
Royal Panda was founded in 2014 in Malta. The online casino brand quickly built a loyal customer base and expanded its footprint. It first provided its offering under a license by the Malta Gaming Authority and later on obtained a license from the UK Gambling Commission to enter the local market.
In 2017, fellow online gambling operator LeoVegas announced that it would acquire Royal Panda in a deal valued at up to €120 million. The transaction strengthened LeoVegas’ presence across regulated markets, particularly in the UK, which has been Royal Panda’s core market since it was granted a license by the local regulator.
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