Luckbox hunts for more talent to deliver on its mass appeal

Luckbox has expanded its ongoing ‘recruitment drive’ as the esports wagering platform launches new projects to maintain its post-IPO growth phase. 

Updating the market, Luckbox said it is seeking to recruit staff immediately for its product design, marketing and customer compliance teams.

The company revealed that it was recruiting for the key hires of a product designer, customer onboarding project manager and a graphic designer – working in its Isle of Man HQ or in its support office in Plovdiv Bulgaria.

Meanwhile, on the executive front it wants a new Director of Marketing and Chief Customer Officer (CCO) to join its leadership team.

The CCO position became available following the promotion of incumbent Thomas Rosander (pictured) to Luckbox CEO last May, replacing Quentin Martin.

“This is a hugely exciting time for Luckbox as we move into the next phase of our growth strategy. We are well financed and already have a great team in place,” said Rosander. 

He has been tasked with spearheading the firm’s next phase of growth, having secured new enterprise capital following the oversubscribed public listing of parent firm Real Luck Group on the Toronto Ventures Exchange last year.

This week, Rosander revealed that Luckbox had launched its own internal content studio, with the aim of establishing itself as esports betting’s first mass-market brand.

He added: “Now we are looking for talented and passionate people to strengthen our team to help Luckbox level up again. These roles present fantastic opportunities to work in the exciting world of esports and igaming.”

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