- Luckbox is looking to hire more people as the company continues to grow
- The bookmaker puts equal weight on its esports betting and sports betting development
- Boosted by its listing on the Toronto Ventures Exchange, Luckbox is pursuing many successful partnerships
Luckbox is now hiring more people to help with the company’s content and product development and a new CCO following the promotion of Thomas Rosander to a CEO.
Luckbox Now Hiring More People for Its Offices
Esports betting company Luckbox is looking to increase its talent base by adding more people to its workforce. The company, which has been able to build one of the most successful products targeting competitive video gaming, has been expanding rapidly, gathering momentum in the wake of an initial public offering (IPO) and successfully branching off into mainstream sports.
Hiring the right people in the right positions is now Luckbox’s priority and will remain so for a while. The bookie is looking to bringing more team members capable of delivering, from a product and graphic designer to a customer onboarding project manager willing to work out of Isle of Man, where the company’s HQ is based, or out of the office in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Luckbox is also looking to strengthen its executive team after Thomas Rosander stepped in the position of CEO following Quentin Martin, his predecessor’s leave from the company. Since Rosander’s promotion, the position of a CCO has been left vacant.
The Company’s Future Will Be Bright
Rosander has expressed confidence that the esports betting market is poised to grow, but as to Luckbox, the company will be expanding into new verticals carried on the back of a strong track record and robust financial results. Luckbox is also planning an in-house content development arm that will help the company position itself better in the esports betting space.
As Rosander puts it, bringing in new talent would allow the company to “level up” even further and cater to new and existing crowds. The company saw significant financial boosters as a result of its listing on the Toronto Ventures Exchange under Real Luck Group, the betting firm’s parent company.
Luckbox has signed numerous partnerships allowing it to position itself better in its chosen industry. The company teamed up with Paysafe’s Income Access and has been building on its sports betting portfolio through a tie-up with EveryMatrix. Esports betting is not taking a back seat either, as Luckbox continues to pour considerable resources in what is, after all, its most successful product portfolio.