DraftKings has extended its partnership with MansionBet which will see it continue to power the operator’s sportsbook and casino platform.
Alongside using DraftKings’ B2B technology to leverage APIs across the Gibraltar-based sports betting platform's entire sportsbook, the long-term agreement will provide MansionBet with a suite of services covering compliance, payments and anti-fraud protocols.
MansionBet, the sports betting brand of Mansion Group, will benefit from enhanced customer offerings, including across horse racing, which is to feature additional streaming coverage, both from UK and international tracks.
DraftKings chief international officer Shay Berka, said: “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.”
Mansion CEO Karel Manasco, added: “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, utilising the impressive platforms and services that DraftKings provide.”
Earlier this month, DraftKings announced the launch of mobile and online sportsbook PalaceBet in South Africa, in partnership with Peermont Hotels, Gaming and Resorts. While in August, the US-based fantasy and sports betting operator and supplier, saw revenue rise 24% year-on-year for Q2, up to $70.9m.