Real Luck Group Ltd., the parent company of esports betting platform Luckbox, has announced a partnership with global payment technology firm Nuvei.
As a result of the partnership, Nuvei will provide its payment solutions to improve deposit methods for Luckbox players.
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According to the release, Nuvei offers direct connections to all major payment card schemes in over 204 markets worldwide. In addition, the company supports local and alternative payment methods, 150 currencies and 40 cryptocurrencies.
Luckbox Head of Payments, Boris Kostadinov, commented: “Nuvei is a leading payment technology company with extensive experience in the digital and iGaming sectors, and its extensive range of payment methods will allow new and existing customers a comprehensive choice of payment options when betting on the Luckbox platform.
“Nuvei is fully integrated and live on our site now and this represents another step in realising our vision to deliver the best iGaming experience in the market.”
Earlier this year, Real Luck Group raised $17.8m (~£12.82m) in a funding round led by Gravitas Securities. Moreover, the company hired multiple new personnel including Thomas Rosander as its Chief Customer Officer and Ran Kaspi as Luckbox’s Chief Financial Officer.
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Philip Fayer, Nuvei’s Chair and CEO, added: “We are delighted to support Luckbox with our innovative payment solutions, technology and longstanding market knowledge in the regulated gaming space.
“As we continue to expand our payment capabilities to help our clients succeed and expand into new markets, we look forward to working closely with Luckbox on enhancing its checkout experience by delivering the most relevant payment solutions for its customer base.”
Esports Insider says: Luckbox’s partnership with Nuvei should enhance the operator’s payment solutions, which in turn will increase customer satisfaction and user experience. Overall, this is a smart deal for both entities involved.