Royal Panda Review
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Royal Panda Review - Summary
Royal Panda launched in 2014 and are predominantly known in the industry for their burgeoning casino which is one of the best and most successful in the business. Their sportsbook is less renowned and launched in 2017 in tandem with a shirt sponsorship with Queen Park Rangers, but it has been making strides ever since its inception. So how does it stand up against the big boys of the industry?
- 16-hour customer support via live chat, email and telephone plus FAQs
- Bet £20, Get a £20 free bet welcome offer for new customers
- £10 minimum withdrawal and £10 minimum deposit
- More than 35 sports to bet on plus specials and virtual sports.
At Royal Panda you are introduced to a £20 free bet upon arrival when you wager £20 or more.
Deposit £20 or more in one transaction and place a bet/bets to the value of £20 or more on virtual or real-event bets with odds of 2.0 or higher.
Any winnings accrued from the £20 free bet will be added as withdrawable funds to players’ accounts, but the initial £20 free bet will not be returned.
Deposits and Withdrawals
The minimum single deposit is £10 and the minimum withdrawal is £10 with all payment methods.
You can deposit and withdraw payments via the following methods: Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, and paysafecard.
There aren’t too many extra features on the Royal Panda sportsbook, in all honesty. You do get live streaming which is always a lovely Brucie bonus, and it’s available on pretty much every sport too.
There’s also a nice little feature called “Multi-view” which is pretty much a custom dashboard where you can drag and drop the events that matter to the Multi-view screen so you know just how each one of your bets is going.
But apart from those two…there’s little else, really. No acca boosts or any other kind of further promotions which help you out when you lose, or boost your wins when you get a little bit of success. And to be frank, it’s a little bit disappointing, really, especially when you compare it to the big hitters out there.
Ehmm, well it’s not quite the Royal Panda casino is it? If the casino was a panda, then the sportsbook is a skunk. Okay, maybe that’s a bit harsh because it’s not horrendous; the welcome deal is pretty good, the website looks nice, but there is a lot wrong with it.
Above we obviously spoke about there not being too many extra features, which isn’t great but you can live with that. But the real problem is that the whole site is, in truth, a bit of a mess. Not only is it hard to navigate and quite slow, but old markets are also visible after the event, and when clicked the website just stands dormant like a member of the Queen’s Guard manning his post.
You may feel that I might be being a bit harsh to the old Panda, but I’m really not. It’s just when you think of how good their casino is and you remember how good Royal Panda can be, then you can’t help but feel a little bit disappointed with this incarnation.
Author: Tom Mortimer
Tom is the editor at Betting Circle and has been creating online content for over 10 years. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.