Esports Limited and its subsidiary companies which do business as Luckbox, an Isle of Man-based, leading provider of legal, real-money esports betting, has announced that Quentin Martin, its CEO, will be presenting at the Lytham Partners End of Year 1×1 Conference this week.
Martin will be attending the virtual conference from December 7 to December 11, 2020, discussing Luckbox’s position in the rapidly growing esports betting market as well as outlining the company’s future plans for growth.
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“As the COVID-19 pandemic forced traditional sports leagues to suspend their seasons, esports leagues adopted quickly and viewership growth accelerated,” Martin said in a statement.
“This translated into increased esports betting, since there were no traditional sports matches to place wagers. Luckbox benefitted from this transition – our turnover rose almost 13 times from what we measured in November 2019, and our customer deposits increased 10 times.
“For the moment, our growth continues unabated, and our go-public event could not have been better timed. I look forward to meeting investors at the Lytham Partners End of Year 1×1 Conference and sharing more about Luckbox, our industry, and the tremendous opportunities that lie ahead,” he added.
Luckbox is an esports betting platform in the process of obtaining a public listing on the TSX Venture Exchange, with trading expected to commence in the coming days, pending final exchange approval.
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