Mansionbet Renews ARC-JCR Relationship
MansionBet confirmed a new agreement for 2021 with Arena Racing Company (ARC) and Jockey Club Racecourses (JCR).
The deal followed the funding of British racing by the sports betting company in 2020, with the company's name occurring across a variety of occasions, much of which happened behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The sportsbook finished 2020 with last month's funding of the MansionBet Challow Hurdle at Newbury.
This year, at venues such as Huntingdon, Market Rasen and Ffos Las, MansionBet will fund over 360 races across 60 venues. Newbury's Spring Cup and Goodwood's Opening Saturday are both on the 2021 operator's list.
“We are both excited and proud to continue our support of British racing into 2021. Having taken huge steps forward to improve our racing product over the last 12 months, we continue to strive to deliver the best offering to our customers. 2020 was a challenging year for racecourses across the country and we’re pleased to be able to put our name to over 60 events at 26 different venues in 2021.”
- MansionBet CMO David Murphy said.
MansionBet's first funded year's fixture took place on January 9 at Wincanton.
David Leyden Dunbar, ARC's group director of partnerships added:
“It’s been terrific to work with the team at MansionBet since 2019 and to watch our partnership along with the brand’s commitment to British Horseracing go from strength to strength. Our racecourse teams look forward to working with them again in 2021 and delivering a fantastic schedule of racing across many of our courses throughout the year.”