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Push Gaming Announces Content Agreement With Royal Panda Casino

By on Monday, 21 October 2019
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Push Gaming has announced a content partnership with Royal Panda Casino.

The software provider, which is known for games such as Jammin Jars and Fat Rabbit, announced the news last week, revealing that it had struck a deal with the hugely popular online casino.

Under the agreement, Push Gaming will provide a selection of its casino games to Royal Panda, which is owned by the LeoVegas Casino group.

Some of the games offered to the casino operator include slots Turn It UP!, Tiki Tumble, Razor Shark, Blaze Of Ra, Wild Wheel Big Money, Immortal Guild, Wild Swarm and so much more.

According to reports, Relax Gaming has taken on the task of integrating Push Gaming’s highly volatile content onto the Royal Panda platform over the following weeks. Jammin Jars will be part of the collection added to Royal Panda, a slot that is hugely popular among streamers and regular gamers.

The agreement expands Push Gaming’s player reach across the world while also helping to enhance Royal Panda Casino’s game selection, although it already offers a gigantic collection of games.

What They Say

James Marshall, the CEO of Push Gaming, said in a statement: “This is a great partnership for us to enter as Royal Panda is a popular casino brand in the UK and growing in emerging markets.

“This deal is [a] testament to the popularity of our games, and we believe they will be a big hit with Royal Panda players.”

Melvin Ritsema, the Managing Director at Royal Panda, added: “Push Gaming are behind some of the most thrilling slots games on the market and we are thrilled to be able to offer them to our players.

“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. We believe they will be just as popular with our players and will be a great addition to our already packed game portfolio.”