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Mansion redesign includes microsites
Mansion Poker announced the launch of its new portal designs this week, which feature two distinct microsites.
Now Mansion will have sites dedicated specifically to casino or poker gaming entertainment to provide a gaming environment with those specific types of players in mind.
The redesign allows players to move from the Mansion.com gateway directly to the games of their choice on MansionCasino.com or MansionPoker.com, where their preferred games will only be a quick click away.
"An enormous part of the Mansion brand's strength lies in its ability to evolve and meet the ever-changing needs and expectations of our growing international membership," said Guy Gussarsky, Mansion Group CEO.
"We remain focused on providing our players with the ultimate player-friendly online gaming experience, at the same time as building for the future."
According to Mansion, the revamped Web site means improved navigation and uniformity to ensure the Web pages work intuitively.
One noticeable difference between the two microsites will be their color palettes. The Mansion.com site will be blue, while Mansion Casino will be red and Mansion Poker will be green.
According to Mansion Poker the shift to a cleaner, bolder color palette creates a bright ambiance that members will warm to, incorporating superior graphics and user-friendly features for a more relaxing, pleasurable and rewarding online gaming experience.
A new cashier design will also facilitate faster player deposits and withdrawals that are equally safe and secure. It'll be more straightforward to get in the game and to play without delay or worry.
The launch of the new-look microsites completes a six-month renovation phase for Mansion following the successful migration of its casino site to the Playtech platform and Mansion Poker's move to the Ongame Network.