In a Nutshell
- Top highlights: Great for those who love both casino games and sports betting; fun image
- VIP or loyalty programme: No
- Other offerings: Sports betting; virtual sports; poker
While the Mansion name is hardly a new one in the online gambling world and has also been a familiar one on the shirts of several football clubs, MansionBet itself was only established in 2018. Nonetheless, it has quickly attracted attention and acclaim, not least on account of its combination of sports betting and casino games on one smartly-designed site.
Unfortunately, MansionBet doesn’t have as many promotional offerings as we’d like to see for casino players. It certainly does have a decent selection of promos and bonuses in general, but these are largely geared towards the sports betting side of the site.
If, though, you are insistent on only playing casino games rather than ever betting on sport here, you can still look forward to promos such as:
- A healthy welcome bonus
- Free spins
- Live casino cashback
Range of Casino Games
Given that you’d probably naturally expect a site called MansionBet to be more focused on sports betting than casino gaming, the site actually serves up a decent number of games across every key category. At the time of this review being written, there were 221 video slots available to try, for example, along with 52 jackpot titles and 37 table games.
The below are just some of our favourite games to be found at MansionBet:
- White King II
- Perfect Blackjack Multihand 5
- Epic Ape
- Age of the Gods Roulette
- Chests of Plenty
But as is basically obligatory for casino sites these days, MansionBet also has a strong mobile presence, whether the user opts to visit the site through their device’s web browser or download the dedicated app. Either way, you can take advantage of various games here that have been gorgeously optimised for play on smaller screens, such as:
- Great Blue Jackpot
- Cashback Blackjack
- Anaconda Wild
- Wall St Fever
MansionBet has a respectable helping of video slots, some of which are jackpot games, although the lack of high-profile branded titles – with some honourable exceptions, such as Pink Panther – is evident. Nonetheless, a lot of the games here aren’t exactly ubiquitous on other sites, so you can look forward to making some rewarding discoveries here.
As we mentioned above, MansionBet is largely a sports betting portal rather than a casino one, and is a very well-rounded site in this regard.
As well as ‘traditional’ sports betting that entails you attempting to predict an outcome in advance of a fixture, the site offers in-play betting and even – for something a bit ‘different’ still – a virtual sports section. The latter is all about giving you the chance of betting on computer-generated sporting encounters, and represents something of a burgeoning niche in the online sports betting world.
Software and Graphics
MansionBet currently restricts itself to sourcing its games from Playtech, which is a strategy that presents both advantages and disadvantages, for the site itself and its players.
On one hand, a lot of casino portals these days take pride in drawing upon the offerings of multiple software providers to give their members greater variety as far as the gaming experience is concerned. However, Playtech is one of the most trusted casino game developers out there, so it’s hardly a shabby company to be restricted to.
As for the MansionBet site itself, a mix of red, black and grey lends itself to a tasteful and functional, albeit unspectacular website design. Nonetheless, the placement of the navigational systems here is pretty logical for the most part, so it should be an easy enough site for you to get around.
Strengthening MansionBet’s sporting credentials are the site’s various partnerships with leading names in, and associated with, football. Its Ambassador, for instance, is Darren Farley, a Liverpool FC-supporting comedian known for his impressions of Brendan Rodgers and Steven Gerrard, while the site is also presently an Official Partner of English Premier League club AFC Bournemouth.
Deposit and Withdrawal Methods
The range of accepted payment options at MansionBet isn’t quite as broad as you might be accustomed to if you are a seasoned user of other online casinos. However, the below methods should hopefully still suffice for your needs.
|Payment Method||Fee||Processing Time||Limit Per Deposit|
*Current as of April 2019; check MansionBet’s website for updates
While you can generally expect your withdrawal requests at MansionBet to be processed within three business days, it can sometimes take longer for especially large withdrawals to be processed.
Regardless, you will only be permitted to take money out of your account using the same deposit method that you used to place money there in the first place – and verification of your identity will be required, too.
|Withdrawal Method||Fee||Processing Time||Limit Per Withdrawal|
|Visa||Up to 10 days|
|MasterCard||Up to 10 days|
|PayPal||Up to 10 days|
|Paysafecard||Up to 10 days|
|Fast Bank Transfer||Up to 10 days||Minimum £20|
*Current as of April 2019; check MansionBet’s website for updates
While MansionBet surprisingly lacks a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section of the kind that tends to appear on almost every casino site these days, there are still other sources of information on the site – including the terms and conditions section – that should answer many of the most obvious queries you are likely to have.
In the event that you feel the need to contact someone on the site team directly, you’ll be pleased to learn that friendly customer support agents are available between 9am and 11pm, UK time, over the phone as well as via the ‘live chat’ feature. An email contact option is provided as well, should you favour this.
Who Can Play?
While MansionBet doesn’t provide a specific list of restricted jurisdictions, it is as part of the signup process that you will be required to tick a box to confirm you are a resident of Great Britain.
Furthermore, the site makes clear in its terms and conditions that it reserves the right to suspend or terminate a member’s account if it discovers the account was opened by someone in a part of the world where it is illegal to access the site’s services.
MansionBet operates under a Remote Operating Licence granted by the UK Gambling Commission.
For a site that has only been around for such a short space of time, MansionBet has done well thus far to make itself a viable destination for online casino players and sports betting enthusiasts alike.
Its range of promos on the casino side could certainly do with strengthening, but almost everything else about this online casino is well-sorted, including its varied selection of games and an informative and easy-to-use website.
Register an account at MansionBet now, and you’ll soon be able to appreciate how well-deserved this site’s up-and-coming reputation truly is in the intensely competitive online casino space.