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NEWS 30 January 2018
iAffiliates rebrands to Mansion Affiliates
By Robert Simmons
Mansion Group has announced the rebrand of their affiliate business to Mansion Affiliates, replacing the previous iAffiliates company name.

With continued sponsorship activities taking place under the Mansion name, along with the imminent launch of a new sportsbook product, MansionBet, the company have stated the rebrand of the affiliate arm of the business was a natural move in a longer-term company vision, whilst also unifying their presence in the industry under the core brand name.

As a by-product of adopting the Mansion name, the iAffiliates team is aiming to give their affiliate partners the same high levels of service and personal assistance that the Mansion Group promises their players.

Its global flagship, Casino.com, is arguably the most powerful domain on the market and has worldwide appeal. Their other top-converting brands, MansionCasino.com and SlotsHeaven.com, have also both undergone significant development over the last twelve months.

All three casinos feature promotions, regular new game launches and localised marketing with 24-hour customer support in all major languages. Each brand specialises in different markets, bonuses and traffic types, aiming to increase customer acquisition and ensure optimal traffic monetisation for their affiliate partners.

Announcing the rebrand, Roi Rintzler, Head of Affiliates, commented: “2018 is set to be a strong year for the Mansion Group, and with our fully optimised, multi-product portfolio ready to be promoted, there’s more opportunities than ever to make money with us.”

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