Luckbox Esports Adds Four Cryptocurrency Deposit Options

Even though Luckbox, a Bitcoin-backed betting platform launched in 2018, is relatively new entrant to the esports scene, the platform is in a good standing, has a compliant user base, a clean legal record, and innovative payment and withdrawal options.

Earlier this year, Luckbox added support for several cryptocurrencies, the most important ones in the market: Bitcoin, Etherum, Litecoin, and Ripple.

Cryptocurrency enthusiasts can make a deposit, bet, and cash out their winnings without having to acquire traditional money. Besides, they are planning to use their own Luckbox coin that is based on the Etherum blockchain and features pretty well in the trading market. This is expected to be integrated onto the Luckbox platform in the second quarter of 2020.

Luckbox is owned and operated by the Real Time Games Holdings, which is licensed by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision.

In order to accept cryptocurrency from betters, Luckbox uses the services of Cryptopay, one of the leading blockchain payment gateways.

Speaking about the decision to offer cryptocurrency, Quentin Martin, the Chief Operating Officer at Luckbox revealed:

“We’re seeing an increasing demand among users to use crypto across the whole iGaming industry and we’re delighted to be able to respond to the preference of our players by providing it as an option… So, as well as those who want to use credit cards, debit cards, Neteller, Skrill and the other traditional payment methods we offer, we’re now able to cater for those who prefer to deposit in crypto.”

Luckbox is constantly evolving. A few weeks earlier to rolling out crypto support, they upgraded their software to allow esports statistics to be shown on Luckbox’s match pages, which also include live streams of the match in progress, a choice of languages for commentary, and rosters of the teams participating.

The platform now has customers based in over 100 territories across the globe who can enjoy high-quality esports betting on a wide range of esports tournaments and games including League of Legends, CS:GO, Dota 2, and Overwatch.

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