Renowned sportsbook solutions provider SBTech has unveiled its new sportsbook offering with iGaming operator Mansion Group. The Gibraltar –licensed iGaming operator launched with SBTech’s sportsbook and full platform solution as it makes an entry into the European sports betting market with MansionBet, its new brand. This deal is a pretty huge one for the technology provider as it also comes with such perks as SBTech’s Managed Services that Mansion will have access to alongside the sportsbook platform. The Managed Services solution provides operators with protocols for payment services, compliance and fraud detection, and prevention.
Furthermore, Mansion will be able to access a variety of key tools that will include trading and risk management services, price differentiation, controls for bespoke payouts as well as giving the customer control over their betting limits – this will be through Chameleon360, SBTech’s multi-award-winning iGaming platform. Mansion intends to give a lot more attention to mobile-first products like Action Betting and Add2Bet, both of which are designed to improve the in-play betting experience for the users.
“SBTech’s full platform solution is widely acknowledged as the industry’s leading iGaming product, delivering greater engagement, increased brand loyalty and higher lifetime value to our many clients around the world,” said Richard Carter, the SBTech Chief Executive. “This launch confirms SBTech’s position as the leading supplier of sports betting solutions for the sector’s top operators. We’re anticipating significant growth for all of Aspire Global’s partners, thanks to our expertise in deploying flexible trading and content solutions, with a unique focus on cross-selling from casino to sports.”
Mansion Group chief executive, Karel Manasco, also expressed his appreciation of the all-round strength and flexibility of the SBTech platform. He pointed out that these factors, coupled with the sheer quality of the iGaming provider’s products and the scalability of its solution, influenced the company’s decision to select SBTech as their main provider.