Mansion commits to future Irish profile

Expanding its regulated markets profile, online gambling firm The Mansion Group (Mansion) has confirmed that it has secured Irish licences for its flagship sportsbook property of MansionBet and casino verticals MansionCasino, Slots Heaven, Casino.com.

The announcement sees Gibraltar based Mansion commit to launching its full online gambling portfolio for the soon to be re-regulated Irish online gambling marketplace.

Long overdue Irish reforms will see a regulatory regime established for land-based and remote gambling operators, as well as the introduction of new consumer protections, operational standards, anti-money laundering controls and the planned development of a new independent regulatory authority to oversee and enforce compliance.

Achieving its Irish market profile, Mansion details that it has secured a key strategic objective for its MansionBet brand, which was launched in 2018 in partnership with sportsbook platform provider SBTech.

Celebrating its Irish approval, MansionBet has announced that will sponsor the Gibraltar FC vs Ireland football match, held at the Aviva Stadium on Monday 10th June

Karel Manasco, CEO of Mansion said: It’s exciting to have Mansion licenced within Ireland. We recognise the size of the competition, but with over 15 years’ experience in the industry and strong brand recognition, I believe we have the knowledge, paired with an impressive product to succeed.

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