Betting firm replaces betting firm as QPR shirt sponsor for rest of the season

29 January 2020

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Photo: Getty Images Both Royal Panda and BetUK.com are owned by the LeoVegas Group.

The club's previous shirt sponsor, Royal Panda, will exit the UK market, making way for BetUK.com - owned by the same parent company as Royal Panda.

QPR are offering anyone with a Royal Panda-branded QPR shirt the option of a free logo swap in favour of their new sponsor.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

BetUK.com will take over from Royal Panda as QPR's shirt sponsor for the rest of the season. As a result, the club are offering anyone with a Royal Panda-branded QPR shirt the option of a free logo swap in favour of their new sponsor - to ensure the company maximum exposure.

Gambling firms have a massive presence in football and have been criticised for causing mental health issues and putting financial strain on those affected by gambling addiction.

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