Royal Panda completes migration to LeoVegas group platform
All of LeoVegas Mobile Gaming Group’s brands are now run on the joint platform, which the operator said results in a more focused and efficient operation, benefitting from economies of scale in technology, product and organisation.
LeoVegas said that its technical platform, Rhino, was developed for multi-brand operations, and currently handles more than 10 brands and is licensed in eight jurisdictions.
It said the use of a single platform reduces the complexity of operating activities and minimises the redundant work required when running several technical platforms.
Royal Panda will be able to retain its own profile, look and feel, LeoVegas said, though it added that its gaming experience will be significantly improved through a faster mobile solution, expanded offering of products, improved sports betting experience and a wider range of payment options.
“Being able to run all brands on one and the same platform is a milestone in the company’s history,” said Gustaf Hagman, the operator’s group chief executive.
“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.”
Royal Panda was acquired by LeoVegas in 2017, and subsequently withdrew from the UK market in 2020. The brand is currently licensed and regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority.