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Online gambling operator Mansion has announced a content based agreement alongside casino software development Microgaming, as it strives to enhance its casino offering.

The Isle of Man based firm has seen a number of titles go live with all Mansion brands, including, MansionCasino, Slots Heaven and MansionBet, providing players with “the most entertaining and successful online slots”.

Andrew Manduca, director of gaming at Mansion, commented: “Microgaming brings an exciting and innovative suite of online games. Their engaging casino content will provide more choice to our growing portfolio and we are delighted to have them on board.”

Under the terms of the deal a number of titles, “from branded blockbusters to home-grown titles,” are available to Mansion consumers, including Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck II, Jurassic World, Fortunium and Book of Oz.

Andrew Clucas, chief operating officer at Microgaming, added: “We are delighted to welcome Mansion to our growing customer base. Mansion aim to provide their customers with products of superior quality resulting in the best gaming experiences, and our new partnership will help them to achieve that.”

Microgaming recently celebrated a year since its PlayItForward initiative launched a dedicated space for employees to nominate and vote for worthy causes.

Resulting in excess of £50,000 being raised in charitable donations, the organisation’s corporate social responsibility programme, which is in its fifth year, continues to support communities in areas such as health, charity, education and sport.

In April last year the firm unveiled its employee-driven charitable voting scheme, aimed at driving engagement with the programme, which has attracted over 4,000 votes to date.

Some of the charities that have so far directly benefited through PlayItForward include Isle of Man-based organisations The Family Library, Douglas Coal Fund, Cruse Bereavement Care, Naseem’s Manx Brain Tumour Charity, Craig’s Heartstrong Foundation, Isle of Play, The Arts Hub, Aid Rescue, Live At Home, and Traa dy Liooar.