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Luckbox plans to obtain an Isle of Man licence

Esports betting platform Luckbox wants to establish itself in a number of key markets around the world after becoming the first cryptocurrency-supported esports betting platform to obtain a top-tier gambling licence from the Isle of Man government.

OGRA licence, which enables Luckbox to operate in any jurisdiction where it is legal to do so and where a local licence is not required had opened up opportunities in a number of key markets.

“We are very keen on markets such as Canada, the Nordics, CIS region and more, and confident we will be operating in the vast majority of relevant markets. We are working on our UK application, which we hope will be ready for launch,” Lien said. “Malta is on our radar and we will be considering a range of local licences, such as Spain. Others, like France, are currently off the table due to complexity, cost and/or market size”, – concluded the Luckbox CEO Lars Lien.

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