Esports betting platform Luckbox has announced a partnership with sportsbook solution platform, OddsMatrix, powered by EveryMatrix
EveryMatrix delivers a modular and API driven product suite, including a market-leading one-stop shop casino content aggregator and integration platform, and a multi-brand affiliate/agent management system.
Quentin Martin, Chief Operating Officer, Luckbox, had this to say on the deal: “OddsMatrix’s risk management and well-automated trading tools help reduce the demands on our team in the early stages of our company’s growth, and its sportsbook software is specially tailored to meet the dynamic nature of esports market.
“Luckbox has been built by our in-house development team to be the modular, agile and scalable meaning we are able to cherry-pick the best partners for the various elements of the business and we’re delighted to be working with OddsMatrix.”
This new partnership sees Luckbox expand on its previous one with EveryMatrix, when the betting site chose to partner with MoneyMatrix as its payment processing solution in March. Luckbox offers comprehensive betting on CSGO, Dota 2, League of Legends, with other major esports to follow.
“EveryMatrix salutes Luckbox’s dedication to the esports community, and we’re pleased to be their choice for a sportsbook solution,” said Ebbe Groes, CEO of EveryMatrix.
“Our team strongly believes that Luckbox is an exciting project that’s worth watching on the long run, and we’re confident that their innovative perspective brings added value to the iGaming arena. “
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Luckbox was awarded a full licence under the Online Gambling Regulation Act (OGRA) in August. They became the first cryptocurrency-supported esports betting platform to achieve this level of gambling licence in the Isle of Man and recently launched their product in beta.
Esports Insider says: With the service now into public hands, albeit in beta form, we look forward to seeing what Luckbox has to offer in the esports scene going forward. As for OddsMatrix, it looks like they could have a very positive impact on Luckbox’s future.
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