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Online gaming operator Mansion Group has taken its MansionCasino igaming brand live in the Spanish market, after gaining approval from the Spanish gambling regulator, Dirreción General de Ordenación del Juego, earlier this year.

The launch comes as the company also documents an ongoing ambition on entering and growing across an array of regulated markets, as part of an ongoing strategy to “make Mansion an industry-leading name”.

The company has also spoken of plans to further strengthen its position within the Spanish gambling market, which will be undertaken through its network of online casino entities.

In addition to the aforementioned MansionCasino brand, the firm also counts igaming brands and Slots Heaven, as well as its MansionBet sports betting product, as part of its stable.

David Murphy, CMO at Mansion, said of the group’s latest expansion: “We are thrilled to introduce our MansionCasino brand in Spain, and continue to provide award-winning customer support with a dedicated Spanish customer support team based in our new Spanish office. 

“This, along with our heritage and expertise, will allow us to deliver a best-in-class experience for players, in a safe environment, whilst growing our casino brand within the market.”

The online sports betting and gaming operator enjoys a close link to the UK’s sporting scene, with the Arena Racing Company earlier this week making a number of changes to the format of the All-Weather Championship, including adding MansionBet and Coral to its portfolio of partners.

In preparation for the ninth season of the championship, the two operators will join longstanding partner Betway as sponsors of races throughout the campaign.

Furthermore, the group has also previously enjoyed link-ups with Premier League football clubs Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Crystal Palace, AFC Bournemouth and Newcastle United.

Most recently Mansion was named as official betting partner of Championship side Millwall for the current season, which followed an extension of its Bristol City principal partnership taking place.