Daily fantasy sports and sports betting operator DraftKings recently extended its supply agreement with the Mansion Group’s MansionBet brand.
Under the renewed agreement, MansionBet will be given access to DraftKing’s B2B technology, and use it for its online sportsbook and casino offerings.
The deal also includes the provision of a range of managed services that includes compliance, payments and anti-fraud protocols.
MansionBet has been working with DraftKings (originally SBTech) since February in 2018, under an agreement that facilitated the operator’s expansion into the world of sports betting.
“DraftKings’ B2B platform has been instrumental to the success of MansionBet since we launched, Karel Manasco, Mansion chief executive, said.
“The extended deal will allow us to provide our players with the ultimate sports betting experience, including increased offerings and an enhanced horse racing product, utilizing the impressive platforms and services that DraftKings provide,” she added.
Shay Berka, DraftKings’ chief international officer also commented on the deal, saying:
“Our renewal and extension with MansionBet, a tier one operator in the highly competitive UK market, is another example of the strategic value DraftKings’ cutting-edge B2B technology provides to our clients.”
News of this extended deal comes after the operator signed up with South African gaming and hospitality group Peermont Hotels, Gaming and Resorts, to launch a new mobile and online sportsbook in the country last week.