Royal Panda Casino Promises to Help Panda Improve Its Odds

Royal Panda Pandas International

Royal Panda Casino has adopted a Panda and has a promotion to meet-and-greet the one and only royal cub. 

Royal Panda Casino, which is owned and operated by Royal Panda Limited, with a gaming license from Malta, is a supporter of Pandas International, a leading charity, dedicated to ensuring the survival of the giant panda. With just over 1,600 Pandas struggling for survival in the wild, this rare animal is in danger of extinction and Pandas International funds events such as the upcoming 15th Annual Chinese New Year’s Dinner and Silent Auction on February 28, to make sure they can be well taken care of.

Royal Panda Casino, which operates under UK gambling laws, has decided to take a stance and struck upon the idea to adopt a panda cub. Barely-born and already living the high life of luxury, etiquette and paparazzi, the royal baby cub has even been named Royal Panda, after its online gaming operator benefactor.

Face to Face meeting in YA An, China

To follow the fortunes of Royal Panda, Royal Panda Casino will keep its players posted in its gambling news, on its growth and developments. Better still Royal Panda Casino invites players to see the Royal Panda in person and shake its paw through Pandas International. To take part in the meet-and-greet promotion with the royal baby, players are being asked to complete the two challenges before 28 February, 2015.

To win a place in the first Challenge, players must score a x300 combination or higher on the Twin Spin slot, while in Challenge number 2 players must do the same in Gonzo Quest slot. The players who’ve completed both challenges will then face-off in the exclusive Starburst slot Tournament in the Grand Final. Who knows, it could be you meeting the Royal Panda face-to-furry-face soon in China, while you vacation with a loved one for eight days at the Ibis Ya’an Langqiao Hotel.

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