Rhino Entertainment has officially launched its first online casino brand, with Casino Days aiming to serve customers across several regions, languages and currencies with a variety of gaming titles

The B2C igaming group, founded by industry veterans and led by managing director Ross Parkhill, chose Pragmatic Solutions platform technologies for the fresh introduction.

The Pragmatic Solutions player account management platform is designed using a modern microservices architecture and contains a player account, wallet, CRM tools, bonus management tools, payment tools, KYC/AML and fraud-prevention services.

Furthermore, the platform technology firm provides a content management system to power the gaming brand frontend clients, as well as an integrations hub to connect the operator to a multitude of third-party content, payment gateways and services. 

Ashley Lang, Pragmatic Solutions’ CEO, commented: “It is exciting, and we are proud that Rhino chose Pragmatic Solutions to launch CasinoDays.com. We value their business and are committed to support them in their growth.  

“Experienced operators like the team at Rhino can elevate a technology platform by pushing us to develop new features to match their ideas and vision. We are delighted to be working with them.”

Rhino Entertainment says that the decision was made due to Pragmatic Solutions presenting a full-stack solution to accelerate their time to market, as well as providing a solid technological foundation for Casino Days and the future casino brands that the group intends to launch.  

Parkhill explained: “My partners and I have extensive experience with platform technology and had a very clear brief for what we needed for Rhino Entertainment multi-brand business strategy.  

“Pragmatic not only qualified with the quality of their platform but also had a partnership mentality to supporting our business and has been responsive to our demands for CasinoDays. We are raising the bar for online casino entertainment and we chose a partner that was fit for the challenge.”