Royal Panda officially migrates to LeoVegas platform
Royal Panda, the iGaming brand owned by LeoVegas, has finalized its migration onto the LeoVegas group technology platform, which it had formerly revealed that it would be doing.
The joint platform will now have all of the LeoVegas Mobile Gaming Group brands running on it, as the operator says that this will bring a more efficient operation, allowing for the benefit from economies of scale in technology and organisation.
Furthermore, LeoVegas claims that its platform Rhino was made for multi-brand operations, as it handles over 10 brands at the moment and holds licences from 8 different regions. The firm states that the use of one platform shrinks the complications of operating activities and reduces the redundant work required when there are multiple platforms at hand.
Through this migration, Royal Panda will still have its own profile, vibe and look, as mentioned by LeoVegas, although the firm stated that it will be having a much better gaming experience due to a quicker and smoother mobile solution, larger product offering and a vast array of payment methods.
Gustaf Hagman, group chief executive of LeoVegas, said:
“Being able to run all brands on one and the same platform is a milestone in the company’s history. I want to strongly commend all of the teams that made this possible. I am eager to see how we can now free up resources and speed up the pace of our other growth initiatives and how all of Royal Panda’s customers can now fully benefit from the best gaming experience there is.”
LeoVegas took over Royal Panda in 2017, who ended up stepping away from the United Kingdom market last year. At the moment, the brand is licenced by the MGA.