Roxy Palace is a British online gaming company licensed in the UK and Gibraltar. The business reported net revenues of ?
Roxy Palace was founded in 2002 and has customers in 6 different countries and has a membership of some 230,000 player world-wide. The casino uses the Microgaming platform and offers various casino products including slots, blackjack, and roulette.
In July 2015, Roxy Palace was acquired by casino group 32Red for a total consideration of ? Red now owns the Roxy Palace database of players, all of their intellectual property and other assets associated with the brand. In June 2015, 32 Red PLC reported that 42% of revenues are being driven from a mobile device.
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Services[ edit ]
The Roxy Palace site offers players a ? The Roxy Palace Player’s Club award points for every bet placed on any of the slot or table games. These points can then be used to purchase cash bonuses and more. Roxy Palace is also available for mobile users and is compatible with iPhone, Android, and Blackberry mobile devices. There is also a support centre that is open 24/7.
Growth[ edit ]
In 2005, Roxy Palace Casino extended its product offering by adding another casino to its portfolio. Vegas Splendido was launched, and in its first year of operation, won the title of Best New Casino. The casino later diversified into international markets and its name was changed to Casino Splendido. Both Roxy Palace and Casino Splendido are eCogra certified.
Roxy Palace has broadened its scope in recent years to operate in various language markets and offers fully translated software and support in those languages. The casino extended its operations in the French and Italian markets and later expanded its offering to include German and Dutch languages. Casino Splendido was introduced in English, French and Italian, and later added German, Spanish, Swedish and Portuguese to its offering. As of November 2015, Roxy Palace caters to the UK, German, Italian, Swedish, and Canadian markets.
Kindred Group who acquired Roxy Palace in 2016 as part of their acquisition of 32Red plc, confirmed the closure of Roxy Palace on 30th November 2020.