Playtech and Mansion reinforce partnership with new market launch

Operator Mansion has launched in Ontario with Playtech, a move the provider says solidifies the long-term strategic partnership between the brands. Mansion has gone live in Ontario with its and brands, and per the deal, will be supplied with Playtech’s IMS platform.

Playtech’s platform will complete Mansion’s online backend solution and reaffirm their five-year partnership extension signed in 2020.

Playtech COO Shimon Akad said:

“At Playtech, we are on a constant journey to expand into new markets and make our products available to new players. We are delighted to have launched with Mansion in Ontario, a key market for the gambling community and us. But, more importantly, this announcement demonstrates the strength of our partnership with Mansion, which we’re excited to evolve and further strengthen our partnership in the future.”

Mansion Group President and Chairman Chris Block added:

“Mansion is extremely proud to be approved by AGCO and iGO to operate in Ontario. Ontario reinforces our focus on expanding our regulated footprint across global markets. Mansion is confident that our and brands will be successful in Ontario and will positively contribute to the regulated iGaming market and promote a safe and responsible gaming experience to Ontarians.”

Recently, Playtech agreed on a new partnership with Ada to become its exclusive SaaS provider for automated chat solutions.

The agreement was aimed at delivering an ‘improved and highly personalised AI-powered gamer experience,’ while further integrating with Playtech’s system that promotes responsible gambling.

Elsewhere, SuzoHapp launched new sports betting terminals in Ontario, as part of a new agreement with Great Canadian Entertainment last week.

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