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Mansion Group closes UK casino brands

| By Zak Thomas-Akoo
Mansion Group has announced the upcoming closure of its UK online casino brands, following the March 2022 closure of its sports betting business.

The operators three casino brands – Mansion Casino, Slots Heaven and Casino.com – all now display a message announcing the winding down of operations.

From 17:00 GMT on 12 January 2023, the UK-facing sites will no longer accept deposits from players, and will cease gameplay at 23:50 the same day. Mansion directs any players who wish to withdraw their money to do so by 23:59 on 12 April 2023.

The operator received a casino licence from the Great Britain Gambling Commission in November 2017, and additionally holds a Gaming Operator (B2C) licence from the Gibraltar Licensing Authority.

The news marks the second wave of brand closures for the business, following a March 2022 announcement that the company’s online sports betting site MansionBet was to shut its door.

MansionBet closes

In an email to customers last year, MansionBet said that it would be closing its sports betting site in order to more fully concentrate on its online casino offerings.   

in 2021, mansion stated that it intended to focus on its online casino offerings

“Mansion Group have decided to focus on our award-winning casino brands Casino.com, MansionCasino.com, and SlotsHeaven.com and continue to operate in the UK online casino market,” it said.

The business also elaborated that it would be focusing its efforts on different markets, beyond the UK.

“There are other markets such as Spain, where we are operating with MansionCasino.es, and Canada where we are in the process of applying for a licence for their flagship brand, Casino.com, in the soon to be regulated Ontario market.”

Following the shutting down of its sports betting offering, MansionBet has become an affiliate review site.

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