LeoVegas Finish Migration Of Royal Panda

LeoVegas has finished migrating the Royal Panda brand to the group’s technical platform, which the company claims would result in increased economies of scale and other benefits.

This means that all of the company’s wholly owned brands are now running on the joint-business network, which Gustaf Hagman, group CEO, describes as “a milestone in the company’s history.”

According to LeoVegas, Royal Panda’s technological migration would result in a more concentrated and productive activity that takes full advantage of economies of scale in technology, goods, and operations.

It’s also worth noting that providing a single platform reduces the difficulty of conducting operations, and having the group’s own technology organisation reduces the amount of repetitive work needed when operating and running multiple technological platforms.

Royal Panda will be able to maintain its own profile, look and feel, even though the company uses the same technological framework as the group’s other wholly owned brands, according to LeoVegas’ multi-brand support.

Significantly approved

Furthermore, a quicker and better mobile solution, an enhanced offering of casino games, an improved sports betting experience, and a greater variety of payment options are expected to make the Royal Panda gaming experience “significantly improved.”

“Being able to run all brands on one and the same platform is a milestone in the company’s history,” Hagman said. “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.” 

The Rhino igaming platform from LeoVegas is designed for multi-brand operations, and it currently supports over ten brands and is licenced in eight jurisdictions. Rhino supports over 60 game integrations from casino providers, both directly and via aggregators, sportsbooks, and over 30 payment service providers, including Open Banking support.