Luckbox Expands eSports Offering

eSports gambling group Luckbox announced that they're adding eight new games to their platform, allowing punters the chance to wager on new video game tournaments.

The new games will expand Luckbox's library of games, which will now include the likes of Overwatch, Hearthstone, StarCraft, StarCraft II, Super Smash Bros, Call of Duty, King of Glory and Heroes of the Storm, in addition to Dota 2, League of Legends, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The group launched their beta test of the service in June and is working to become the go-to name when it comes to eSports betting.

Commenting on the additions Luckbox Director of eSports Sujoy Roy 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 favorite 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."

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24 July 2019 - 9:47am
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Is this place legit, I used their no deposit registration bonus, and for the next week or so, won, over and over again. Not knowing anything about any of it really, i pretty much stuck with the odds. I cleared their wagering requirements, was up by probably 60-70$ on top of that.
So over the following week, I kept betting, the same way, blindly going with the odds as i still didnt and dont know anything about any of it. But instead of winning over and over again, i lost on an almost consistent basis until my funds were depleted

I dont mind losing but I found that the comparison when I was winning and the week I was losing flipped at an odd point in the no deposit bonus, and it was either winning lots, or losing lots, there was no average common win lose ratio to it.

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