High profile online casino company Royal Panda has announced a new deal with a leading games developer that will boost its roster of casino games.
The company has signed up for a distribution deal with Push Gaming, that will operate through the Relax Gaming platform and will give Royal Panda players the chance to play the full library of Push Gaming titles, which includes popular slots such as Tiki Tumble, Wild Swarm and Immortal Guild.
Push Gaming was established in 2010 and has developed a reputation for putting out games that feature high volatility, some of which have proven notably popular with the millennial generation and with online slots streamers and their followers.
The CEO of Push Gaming, James Marshall, said that the partnership with an established and growing casino brand in the UK was a great arrangement and was a testament to the success of the Push Gaming product. And the managing director at Royal Panda, Melvin Ritsema, said that they were excited to be able to offer the Push Gaming range of slots to their customers:
“Titles such as Jammin Jars and Razor Shark are bold and vibrant and deliver a unique gameplay that has captured the attention of players in markets all over the world.”
The news of the partnership has provided Royal Panda with more positive publicity after they were on the wrong end of a regulatory ruling last week. Royal Panda, along with parent company LeoVegas were found to have breached Netherlands gaming regulations by the Dutch regulator Kannspelautoriteit (KSA) for offering online casino games to Netherlands players without a licence.
The company was fined €400,000 by the KSA and the ruling may also have hit their chances of obtaining a license to operate in the Netherlands when the market is opened up next year.