Mansion Press Release:
The Mansion Group has revised its casino group strategy to focus on a smaller number of brands, with Casino.com, the coveted industry king of domain names at the heart of its plans.
We recognise that the demands of the player for a high quality product; web, mobile and app offering has determined the need for the company to realign to the needs of the industry and its player base and focus, where it matters.
Due to this, the Mansion Group has taken the difficult decision to discontinue their efforts on Jackpotland.com. However, this is exciting news for both Casino.com and MansionCasino.com, with an extensive rebrand and hefty investment in product enhancements imminent.
As of Thursday 7th April 2016, players will no longer be able to register and deposit at Jackpotland.
Yes No Casino thoughts:
Whilst it is always a shame to see a new and well run casino close its doors, we understand the choice made by the Mansion group. This group is one of the best groups out there, and focusing their time and resources into an even better product with their flagship brands is a very positive move that can only benefit players in the short term let alone the long term. The software is already state of the art, they offer excellent customer service and player satisfaction is really in the top of the market with regular and valuable bonuses, fast payout times, and smooth running software. The Playtech casinos have had a poor couple of years, especially with the Playtech mobile offering being very unreliable but Casino.com is at the head of the pack with a fully functioning mobile platform, even on Android devices so this move is sure to see them stay well ahead of the chasing pack. This is good news for Playtech fans and 2016 promises to be a huge comeback year for Playtech with the release of their new Age of Gods progressive slots, their DC Comics slots as well as other top branded slots like The Flintstones, Ace Ventura, etc.
Casino.com has also gained an AAMS license for the Italian market (and offer €10 free after document verification in compliance with the Italian laws).
Here at Slots Guide we can’t wait to see what improvements they make now that they are becoming more brand specific and streamlined, and will of course keep you all up to date with the changes and improvements as and when they are implemented.
On a side note we should also note that the Mansion group already closed Les A casino last month in another step towards their new approach.
August Update: The Casino dot com site has had a complete overhaul with everything now completely browser based and far easier and more user friendly.
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