Real Luck Group Ltd (TSX-V: LUCK, OTCQB: LUKEF), which together with its subsidiaries does business as Luckbox, told investors it has partnered with the online casino software provider Microgaming.
Announcing the deal at ICE London 2022, the world’s largest igaming convention, Luckbox Casino Director Daniel Lundberg said: “Microgaming is a renowned provider of high-quality casino games, and partnership significantly enriches the content offering for our players.”
The company said the partnership adds more than 100 games to Luckbox’s casino, including 9 Masks of Fire, Book of Oz, Immortal Romance, and branded titles such as Jurassic World, Game of Thrones, and Lara Croft. Luckbox Casino launched in December 2021 to help generate short-term revenue. With the Microgaming partnership, its casino now offers more than 450 games that users can bet on.
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“Luckbox is designed for a new generation of gaming and esports players that we plan to monetize for decades to come,” Lundberg added. “This philosophy extends to the casino, where we strive to deliver the best possible content and user experience based on a strong data-driven approach and we are already seeing promising early adoption from our players.
Luckbox noted that the global online casino market is estimated to be worth US$134.9 billion in 2021 and could reach US$159.8 billion by 2026, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR). ) by 3.45%, according to ResearchandMarkets.com.
Luckbox offers legal real money betting, live streams and statistics on all major sports and esports on desktop and mobile devices. The company has a business-to-consumer (B2C) platform and by leveraging shared technology, data and resources, the company offers a wide range of betting options for esports tournaments .
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