Mansion gains UKGC operating licence

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European igaming operator Mansion  Holdings Ltd, has been granted a Remote Gambling Software licence, by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC).

The licence issued from UKGC will enable Mansion to continue to serve and further strengthen its online casino customer base in the UK, currently spanning five casino brands; Casino.com; Club777.com, LesACasino.com; MansionCasino.com and SlotsHeaven.com.

This also ensures that Mansion Group’s products are fully compliant with the terms of the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act that came into force late last year.

Sagi Lahav, Mansion Group CEO, said: “We’re delighted to be officially licensed by the UKGC, which is an important milestone in our strategy of acquiring gaming licences in key markets for the company.

“We look to Italy next, with a Casino.com site tailored specifically to the Italian casino market, launching in the coming month.

“Despite the additional challenges that regulation poses, Mansion welcomes the additional security and transparency that this gives our players, further reinforcing Mansion’s firm views and policies around player protection and responsible gaming. As such, this is extremely positive for both the Mansion Group and the wider industry.”

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