Luckbox ups esports data muscle with Abios

Boris Mihov – Luckbox

Preparing for its full product launch in early 2019, esports-betting platform Luckbox announces its latest match functionality – ‘esports calendar’, developed in partnership with data provider Abios.

Delivering a comprehensive esports calendar, Luckbox will support its player community with vital information on live CSGO, live Dota 2 and live League of Legends events, including upcoming matches and results.

Furthermore, Luckbox players will able to access live streams, choose their preferred broadcast language, filter by tournament and teams and see expected team rosters.

Commenting on the release, Luckbox Chief Product Officer (CPO ) Boris Mihov said: “One of our aims is to provide our players with the best experience possible and a rich supply of information supported by Abios is part of that. “

“Our calendar will enable players to find stats, detailed information and analysis about their favourite games, as well as providing a convenient hub to see what’s coming up and live streams.”

Enhancing its match and information provisions, Luckbox teams up with Abios an esports specialist data supplier operating since 2015 with the aim of delivering data and statistics, across thousands of events, matches and players per day.

Oskar Froberg – Abios

Backing Luckbox’s ambitions, Abios Co-founder and CEO Oskar Froberg said: “Abios and Luckbox share the ambition of working to  contribute to esports as a whole, providing fans with an enriched experience when engaging with their favourite games.”

“We want to help the esports industry continue its strong growth while staying true to our original mission. Luckbox is a project with some extremely exciting plans for the future and we are delighted to be a part of those.”

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