Luckbox adds 8 new gaming markets to its ‘esportsbook’

Sujoy Roy – Luckbox

Esports betting start-up Luckbox, the enterprise seeking to disrupt and lead esports wagering outright, has significantly expanded its market inventory by adding betting provisions for eight new games.

Updating stakeholders, Luckbox informs that it has added ‘11 different games’ (8 new) significantly expanding its ‘Luckbox esportsbook betting inventory.

Luckbox’s betting inventory will now include markets for Overwatch, Hearthstone, StarCraft, StarCraft II, Smash, Call of Duty, King of Glory and Heroes of the Storm, which have now been added to the existing trio of CSGO, Dota 2 and League of Legends.

Sujoy Roy, Luckbox’s Director of Esports, said: “Our ambition is to offer the most comprehensive betting options for fans, both in terms of depth in each game but also breadth across a wide selection of esports.

“We know there is a huge demand for some of the new games we’ve added, so we hope fans will enjoy watching and betting on some of their favourite events with us. We’re continually improving and adding new features to Luckbox and the addition of eight new games is another important step for us as we prepare for full launch.”

Seeking to bridge esports and betting dynamics, Luckbox is one of the most closely followed new industry incumbents.

On Wednesday 24 July (5pm BST), the Luckbox enterprise team will host a special SBC ‘Betting on Sports Webinar’, presenting an exclusive in-depth breakdown of its initial sportsbook offering in ‘Luckbox – Breaking the Esports Betting Barrier’

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