Red Rake Gaming Lauds Content Agreement With Royal Panda

Red Rake Gaming lauded its new content agreement with Royal Panda, after connecting it to “one of the major players in the controlled European igaming marketplace.”

The deal is to see the casino games developer based in Spain and Malta launch their entire portfolio of igaming content with Royal Panda, released in 2014 and acquired by LeoVegas Group in 2017.

Melvin Ritsema, executive director of Royal Panda stated: “We are very happy to get all of Red Rake’s content live on Royal Panda’s casino. Their games, such as the recently released Solomon: The King are unique and really stand out from the other slots in our casino.”

Red Rake Gaming stresses that “delivering engaging and innovative content to its partners” remains its core priority, as the company aims to offer a feature packed roadmap during the year.

The collaboration will see Royal Panda gain access to all of the “top performing” games provided to its players by Red Rake Gaming, including titles such as Super12Stars, a slot that comes with numerous features and bonus rounds, Tiger and Dragon, giving players one million ways to win, and the Gustav Minebuster cluster slot, offering players the chance to win 20,000x.

Commenting on this relationship, Nick Barr, managing director for Red Rake Malta said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Royal Panda and releasing our top performing content to their players. We continue to grow our market reach across the globe at an incredible rate and could not be happier to have another well-renowned brand onboard, I look forward to what promises to be a fruitful partnership.”

Last week Red Rake reflected on the latest stage of its strategic European expansion plan after stating that emphasis on the Belarusian market in the short term is firmly set.

In 2019, the country adopted legislation with operators needed to acquire the necessary licences in advance of a possible closure for non-regulated operators expected to take effect from 1 April 2021, two years after the licencing system was first implemented.