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eSports group Luckbox has announced that they've signed a deal with OMEGA Systems and will integrate the latter's gaming platform on to their betting site as a result.
The agreement will see OMEGA providing Luckbox with a full eSports betting platform as well as casino games, and a backend system to handle payment processing. Luckbox is a new site that will specialize in allowing punters the chance to bet on video games as they're playing by pro players. The company is debuting their own crypto coin as well, dubbed LuckCash, which can also be used to bet on the site. The company holds a gaming license through the Isle of Man.
Commenting on the agreement Luckbox CEO Lars Lien said, "We are delighted to make this partnership. Our team met with more than a dozen potential platform providers and OMEGA was the stand-out choice.
"As we have said from day one, player security and regulatory compliance - doing things right - are our core values at Luckbox and OMEGA's strength in these aspects was a strong influence on the decision-making process.
"Their service offers gambling-grade technology which is fully compliant with the highest regulatory requirements - offering players the best and safest experience."
OMEGA Systems CEO Jim Godsell added: "Luckbox and OMEGA share a common vision on regulatory compliance, advanced technology, and being the best in their respective fields. Partnering with the team at Luckbox is a fantastic opportunity for OMEGA and we look forward to powering an esports leader from day one."
"Our focus is providing technology to outstanding organizations that use our solutions to power success in their chosen fields. Luckbox is clearly the leader in esports and we are happy to provide them with a platform for success."