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Bristol City seal Shirt Sponsorship Deal with MansionBet

Championship club replace Dunder with MansionBet as their shirt sponsor for next season

English Football League side Bristol City have today unveiled the sports betting and casino operator MansionBet as their shirt sponsor for the next season 2020/21, with MansionBet replacing Swedish gaming firm Dunder as the Robin’s principle sponsor.

MansionBet who used to sponsor Premier League side Tottenham and recently relegated Bournemouth, are also the official betting partners of Manchester City and Newcastle United.

The sports betting company which is part of the larger Mansion Group, a group that offers a whole suite of iGaming products, will also become Bristol Sport’s official betting partner. Bristol Sport being the parent company of Bristol City who also own the City’s Rugby team.

Dana Bocker, Head of Integrated Marketing at Mansion speaking of the link up with City, stated: “Sponsorship of a Championship team shows our continued focus and support of the UK market.”

“Bristol City’s proud history within the English league and their growth over the last couple of years makes this an appealing partnership. We’re looking forward to collaborating with the club to engage with fans over the coming season and increasing our awareness locally.”

Bristol Sport’s Head of Commercial Caroline Herbert, commenting on the deal struck with MansionBet, said: “We are delighted to be in partnership with MansionBet and to welcome them to our Bristol City fan base and Bristol Sport group.”

“With more than a decade of industry experience and a long tradition of sport sponsorship, they bring a huge amount of expertise and creativity to this partnership.”

“MansionBet also take an incredibly responsible approach to gambling and have won several awards including Best Customer Service Company of the Year (2020) at the International Gaming Awards and Most Responsible Online Gambling Operator (2018).”

As part of Bristol City’s commitment to responsible gambling, MansionBet’s logo will not appear on any youth replica kits sold by the club.

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for

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