DraftKings Renews Sports Betting Partnership with MansionBet

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DraftKings Renews Sports Betting Partnership with MansionBet

DraftKings has extended its partnership with MansionBet, which will continue to boost the operator’s sports betting and casino platform.

In addition to using DraftKings’ B2B technology to leverage APIs across the Gibraltar-based betting platform, the long-term contract will provide MansionBet with a suite of services covering compliance, payments and anti-fraud protocols.

MansionBet, the gambling brand belonging to the Mansion Group, will benefit from enhanced customer offers, including horse racing, which is expected to feature additional streaming coverage, both from the UK and international tracks.

International director of DraftKings, Shay Berka, said: “Our renewal and extension with MansionBet, a first-tier operator in the highly competitive UK market, is an example of the strategic value that the leading B2B technology that DraftKings offers to our customers ”.

Mansion CEO Karel Manasco added: “The extended agreement will allow us to provide our players with the best sports betting experience, covering increased offers and an improved horse racing product, using DraftKings’ impressive platforms and services.”

About DraftKings

Earlier this month, DraftKings announced the launch of PalaceBet for mobile and online sports betting in South Africa, in partnership with Peermont Hotels, Gaming and Resorts.

While in the month of August, the fantasy sports betting operator and provider based in the United States, announced a 24% increase in its revenue in the second quarter of this year, reaching the mark of US $ 70.9 million.

But, it is worth remembering that DraftKings was created in 2012 by Jason Robins, Matthew Kalish and Paul Liberman. The company initially operated in Liberman’s home.

That year, DraftKings became publicly traded. And in September, the world basketball star, Michael Jordan became one of the investors and advisor to the company’s board.