Mansion orders Playtech sports betting upgrade for casino properties

Mansion Group has expanded its lead technology supplier agreement with Playtech Plc, adding a further sportsbook platform for its Casino.com property.

The product and services extension follows Mansion renewing contract terms with Playtech as its lead technology and platform supplier for a further five-years.

Updating stakeholders, Mansion confirmed that it seeks to expand Casino.com’s capacity by adding new sportsbook components, alongside further Playtech sports-related inventory including the firm’s HD Virtual Sports inventory.

Karel Manasco, Chief Executive Officer at Mansion, said: “We are very excited to grow our long-standing partnership with Playtech, their proven expertise enables us to offer the ultimate experience for our players. The addition of their digital sportsbook will provide our customers with a seamless, multi-gaming platform; the very best in online gaming, all under one roof.”

Further partnership developments will see Playtech supply a sportsbook product extension for Mansion’s flagship MansionCasino brand later this year.

Shimon Akad, Chief Operating Officer at Playtech, said: “We are delighted to continue to support Mansion in their position as market leaders. This is a further step in the evolution of our strong long-term partnership, and we are excited to be part of their growth. Together, we can support them in delivering an even more personalised, responsible player experience, and look forward to seeing continued success across markets in the coming years.”

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