Mansion & BoyleSports Prepare For Irish/UK Launches

Updated On Jun 4, 2019 by Ella McDonald

Mansion and BoylesportsThe UK and Irish gambling markets are considered two of the most lucrative markets in the world. The gambling explosion in recent years has been so significant that it has caused a remarkable increase in problem gambling numbers that has legislators in both countries looking to clampdown on gambling related activities.

Legislators in Ireland have complained that existing gaming regulations are outdated and does not properly regulated the current gambling market. They are working on rolling out updated laws and establishing a new gambling regulator.

Even though Ireland is looking to make things more stringent, the Mansion brand is eager to launch its services in Ireland.

The Mansion brand is very popular in the United Kingdom and is now ready to expand into Ireland after it received its gaming license. The MansionBet casino is the most popular online casino under the Mansion brand but there are also other casinos such as, SlotsHeaven and Mansion Casino.

Mansion will get its brand in front of the Irish immediately as it is set to sponsor a the UEFA European Championship Qualifier between Ireland and Gibraltar FC on June 10th.

The CEO of Mansion, Karel Manasco said that they fully understood how competitive the Irish gambling market is but were confident that with their 15 plus years of experience, brand reputation and market knowledge, they will be able to offer Irish players an impressive offering.

BoyleSports Will Setup Betting Shops In UK

BoyleSports is a popular bookmaker in Ireland who is now getting ready to set up shop in the UK. The Irish betting house recently acquired Wilf Gilbert, an independent gambling operator who is also one of the oldest operators in the UK. Wilf Gilbert operated 13 outlets across the country and now BoyleSports will take over these shops.

BoyleSports did not disclose the amount it paid Wilf Gilbert for the acquisition but did confirm that it had big plans for the UK market and planned to have more than 100 shops before the end of 2020.

BoyleSports CEO Conor Gray said that one of the company’s main focuses was to provide world class betting lounges to UK players just like they did in Ireland. BoyleSports had a long term goal of expanding its presence and the Wilf Gilbert acquisition will help the company fulfil this long term goal!

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Worldwide gambling related news stories are what you will find being written by Ella, she has a keen interest however in UK and European based new stories relating to all gaming environments, and she is always prepared to ask the difficult questions many other journalists avoiding asking those in power.

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