Push Gaming Inks the Deal with Royal Panda

Push Gaming has managed to make a name for itself with new titles and great innovations, expanding its market with successful launches like Jammin’ Jars and The Shadow Order. It is thanks to these recent successes that they have managed to gain the attention of popular casino operator, Royal Panda. This particular casino is part of the LeoVegas Group and features a range of services that will benefit Push Gaming in many fields.

Push Gaming is handing over 25 titles to Royal Panda, supplying them with the best games under their collection. These titles include some of their recent releases such as Razor Shark, Wild Swarm, Immortal Guild and Tiki Tumble. These games will be made available for the very first time, making Royal Panda the exclusive operator for these titles for a short time.

After being founded in 2010, the reputation of Push Gaming has skyrocketed thanks to their amazing developments and designing slot games that appeal both visually and entertain with its impeccable gameplay features.

The games are definitely high-velocity with fast-paced gameplay and bonuses that keep players on the edge of their seats. There are many exciting opportunities that have pushed the provider’s popularity and raised player’s expectations.

The Managing Director of Royal Panda, Melvin Ritsema, has talked about this new development and how it is expected to create even more expansion for the business.

“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,” he said.

This new partnership promises more rewards now that it has exclusive games that no other operator has access to.

The CEO of Push Gaming has also expressed excitement over the new deal, finally allowing their newest games to be available to new players. This will certainly help cement their place in the industry with further expansions to more successful operators, increasing the range of their target audiences.

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