From Now, Relax Gaming Slots Are Available at Royal Panda Casino


Relax Gaming, one of the casino software providers, has expanded its network of operators through a recent commercial deal with Royal Panda Casino. Under the terms of this agreement, the provider will be able to deliver a wide range of online slots to the casino. The deal with Royal Panda Casino covers both proprietary games by Relax Gaming and slots by third-party industry providers. During the last year, the casino has considerably increased the number of games through its two partnership programs: Silver Bullet for commercially represented partners and Powered By for independent providers. Now, its portfolio includes casino games of more than 20 software producers.

According to the agreement with Relax Gaming, the online casino Canada will get access to the developer’s in-house collection and Silver Bullet games, including such titles as Temple Tumble and Money Train, and to a wide range of Powered By partnered games. The deal became the latest of a series of commercial contracts signed by Relax Gaming over the recent months. In May, the developer announced a deal of that kind with the Austrian gambling platform Interwetten.

A Valuable Addition

Daniel Eskola, Relax Gaming CEO, commented on the agreement with Royal Panda and said that their games provided a wide range of themes and possibilities. Melvin Ritsema, Royal Panda’s Managing Director, emphasized the role of that deal in strengthening their footprint in the global gambling markets and attracting new clients. He also appreciated the flexible and open approach to Relax Gaming to business, as well as the perfect quality of their slots.

According to today’s press release posted on the Relax Gaming website, in the next several weeks, Royal Panda will deliver its slots. Founded in 2014 and licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission, Royal Panda quickly became popular and built a loyal customer base. In 2017, Leovegas, a fellow online gambling operator, announced that it would acquire Royal Panda. The deal was valued at up to €120 million. That step allowed strengthening LeoVegas’ presence across regulated markets, especially in the United Kingdom, which has been Royal Panda’s essential market since it was given a license by the local regulator.