Royal Panda

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Royal Panda
Royal Panda logo 1.jpg
Type of site
Alexa rankDecrease 117,495 (September 2017)[1]
LaunchedMarch 2014
Current statusActive

Royal Panda is a Maltese online casino and betting operator which is licensed in Malta and the United Kingdom.


Royal Panda was launched in March 2014, initially gaining a licence from Malta's Lotteries and Gaming Authority[2] before later receiving a licence from the United Kingdom Gambling Commission. The website includes games from a number of operators, including Microgaming and NextGen Gaming.[3]

In June 2017, the company was announced as Queens Park Rangers F.C.'s shirt sponsor for the coming three seasons.[4][5][6] That month, it was also announced that Royal Panda had signed an agreement with BetConstruct to allow them to operate sports betting in the UK.[7]

In October 2017, Royal Panda was acquired by LeoVegas for a reported fee of €60m.[8]


Royal Panda has been praised for its promotions and wide selection of games, but criticised for its small welcome bonus. It is suggested that players would also benefit from customer hours support being extended.[3]


  1. ^ " Traffic Statistics". Alexa Internet. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  2. ^ "EVOLUTION LAUNCHES COMPLETE DESKTOP-TO-MOBILE LIVE CASINO FOR ROYAL PANDA". Evolution Gaming. 18 September 2014. Retrieved 29 September 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Royal Panda Review". Retrieved 29 September 2017.
  4. ^ Taylor, Ian (22 June 2017). "Royal Panda new shirt sponsors". Queens Park Rangers F.C. Retrieved 29 September 2017.
  5. ^ Nelson, Adam (23 June 2017). "QPR seal Royal Panda deal". SportsPro. Retrieved 29 September 2017.
  6. ^ Young, Alex (23 June 2017). "QPR unveil new home, away and third kits for 2017/18 season". London Evening Standard. Retrieved 29 September 2017.
  7. ^ McCarron, Andrew (30 June 2017). "Royal Panda bets on BetConstruct after sealing QPR deal". SBC News. Retrieved 29 September 2017.
  8. ^ "Leo Vegas buys Royal Panda in it's largest ever purchase". Retrieved 2017-11-09.

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