Former PokerStars Exec Joins E-Sports Start Up Luckbox

Published Friday, March 30, 2018 -
Former PokerStars Exec Joins E-Sports Start Up Luckbox

eSports which is also called electronic sports, esports, competitive video gaming, professional video gaming, or pro gaming are a form of competition using video games. The activity is the new kid on the gambling scene with huge events being presented online and off. As soon as gaming became competitive, participants and audiences have wanted to place bets on it. The technology has improved and online betting on esports has grown in popularity.

The maturation of eSports betting has seen the rise of web locations that specialize in the activity. Owned by Real Time Games Holdings Limited headquartered on the Isle of Man Luckbox is claiming it will be fully regulated and compliant with the highest-level gaming jurisdictions ensuring visitors can play in a safe and secure environment. Participants can play using traditional currency, crypto currency and in-game items or skins. Consumers can convert their funds to Luckbox’s own crypto token called LUCK to take advantage of enhanced bonuses and features. Luckbox takes a modern approach to data science, artificial intelligence and decision theory.

The innovative eSports betting site is operated by a team with great experience in iGaming, eSports and crypto currency is happy to welcome Quentin Martin, appointed to the role of Chief Operating Officer. Quentin will head a major position in scaling up Luckbox operations as the enterprise concludes its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) and prepares for launch later this year. Quentin has a massive amount of experience in the gambling sector, formerly as Head of Social Poker at PokerStars.

Quentin commented on his position, “As a scale-up COO, my role is incredibly flexible and tough to define – essentially, everything that isn’t product, marketing, or finance falls under my purview, one of which I’m honoured to undertake. I’m here to enhance the organisation and to make sure we stay on track operationally. The job description could most accurately be described as ‘get things done’!”


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