Esports betting site Luckbox has launched its biggest ever bonus in time for ESL One Cologne.

CS:GO fans can enjoy a 200% boost on their next deposit for the flagship Counter-Strike tournament, which starts on Tuesday.

The offer is for new and existing players at Luckbox – users just need to use code CSGO200 when they deposit.

Luckbox is the perfect place to bet on ESL One Cologne, with great odds and a host of markets on every match, as well as  live streams, stats, and rosters. Fans can bet in-play or pre-match, on mobile or on desktop.

ESL One Cologne runs from August 18 to August 30 and, this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, will be played online in four regional divisions.

It features some of the world’s leading CS:GO teams, including Team Liquid, Astralis, Vitality, Na’Vi, FURIA and Evil Geniuses.

Luckbox’s Director of sportsbook Metodi Zaburtov said: “ESL One Cologne promises to be an amazing event for CS:GO fans to enjoy and we are doing our best to make it even better with the biggest bonus we have ever given away.

“Our typical welcome offer is 100%, which is very generous, but throughout ESL One Cologne, we are doubling the bonus. “We hope our existing players plus some new players will use the bonus to give Luckbox a try – we are sure they will like what they see as we have an unparalleled CS:GO betting experience.”

Luckbox’s Cologne bonus is available now. Players can receive up to a maximum of €200. Maximum winnings and wagering requirements apply. Players must be 18 and in an eligible country to open an account with Luckbox.

Luckbox gives fans the chance to bet on a host of CS:GO markets, including match winner, correct score, total maps, map advantage and total rounds.

Luckbox is fully regulated and licenced and offers several deposit and withdrawal methods, including bank transfer, Visa, Mastercard, Neteller as well as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

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