Luckbox, an esports betting startup based in Isle of Man, has signed a partnership agreement with Domicilium data centre and network management.
Luckbox is gearing up for a launch in early 2019. It aims to offer betting services on esports, such as Dota 2 and CSGO. It has already obtained license for a cryptocurrency-supported esports project from the Online Gambling Regulation Act, issued by the Gaming Supervision Commission.
Luckbox chief operations officer Quentin Martin said: “Domicilium is a world-leading company, trusted by many other highly respected gambling operators.”
“The offering is compliant with the highest levels of regulatory jurisdiction, as required by the OGRA gambling licence and the service is a massively important part of our infrastructure.”
“As with all of our third-party providers, the Luckbox team conducted an exhaustive process to select the perfect partner and we are delighted to be working with Domicilium.”
“It’s also great to be working with a neighbouring Isle of Man company – further evidence that the island continues to be home of some of the most innovative and forward-thinking digital businesses anywhere in the world.”
Domicilium senior account manager David Artus said: “Domicilium is delighted to have been chosen by the Luckbox team. This is a massively exciting esports project, one which will bring a great deal of kudos to the Isle of Man.”
“Luckbox is an extremely technical organisation, using cutting-edge technology to achieve its global ambitions and in this regard Domicilium and Luckbox have the same technical ethos.
“We have a strong mutual respect and we are confident the partnership will grow from strength to strength.”