- Luckbox will now offer sports betting on their platform including wagers on Super Bowl 55.
- EveryMatrix will provide the software needed to add sports to the esports wagering application.
- Live in-game sports gambling will be a focal point of the Luckbox sportsbook offerings.
NEW YORK - Luckbox was originally an esports gambling platform that will now offer sports betting for their customers to engage in just in time for Super Bowl 55.
Real Luck Group Ltd. the parent company of Luckbox has partnered with EveryMatrix Ltd., also known as EveryMatrix, will allow the outlet to add professional sports to their gambling menu using their technology to do so.
The Partnership Agreement
Through this partnership, EveryMatrix will allow Luckbox to cover over 105 different sports around the globe for wagering. There is a set monthly number for what will be available for members of the esports and online sportsbook platform to gamble on.
Over 85,000 sporting events will be posted each month for betting along with 70,000 of them being open for live in-game betting. Along with these games and their live in-game betting, there will be over 450 different kinds of bets made to be available for these matchups at any given time.
"The timing of this announcement could not have been better as the Super Bowl, the largest sporting event in the United States and a top-five event globally, gets underway this week. Our partnership with EveryMatrix allows us to roll out the functionality with the Australian Open tennis and rugby union's Six Nations on to the Luckbox platform following Super Bowl LV,” said Quentin Martin, Real Luck Group Ltd. CEO.
“Luckbox is a destination for esports betting, but we know most of our players also love traditional sports. This new functionality means they can bet on hugely popular sports such as soccer, basketball and hockey from the convenience of Luckbox - a single and secure platform that now integrates esports and traditional sports betting. On behalf of Luckbox, I want to thank EveryMatrix for helping us integrate traditional sports betting into the Luckbox platform."
EveryMatrix is providing the technology and software for the Luckbox to add sports wagering to their application. They are equally as excited as Luckbox with this newly formed partnership. USA online gambling on Super Bowl 55 will prove to be an especially good time to test the waters of the new platform with the amount of action that is expected to be seen by the event.
The companies hope to engage more sports bettors in using the technology and especially in taking advantage of the live in-game betting feature, which is slated to see plenty of wagers for the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Kickoff of these wagers and the Championship game begins at 6:30 p.m. EST on the CBS Network when the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the title as being the best team in the NFL.