Luckbox on the Lookout for More Talent

Esports bookmaker Luckbox is currently on the lookout for talented people. The betting platform will be running a recruitment drive with the intention of reinforcing its appeal to the public and keeping its momentum after the initial public offering.

Luckbox is Looking for Talented Additions For its Team

In its strife to boost its marketing Luckbox will need professional work from people who are well-versed in marketing, design, and customer compliance. The esports bookmaker emphasized its need for a product and graphic designer and a customer onboarding project manager for either its main office in the Isle of Man or the support office in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. 

Additionally, Luckbox is looking to hire a chief customer officer and a director of marketing. The former place was left empty after its previous CCO Thomas Rosander rose to the position of CEO of Luckbox in the wake of Quentin Martin’s leave from the company. 

Rosander is assured that Luckbox is in a very favorable position to grow. According to him, the company is well off both in monetary terms and in terms of human resources. The current CEO is glad to be working with such a great team and is excited to move forward and expand Luckbox. 

Rosander announced that the company would be launching an “internal content studio” to further establish it as the best alternative for wagering in esports. He is currently looking for people who will be just as skilled and easy to work with as Luckbox’s current lineup. Rosander is looking forward to finding such talented professionals, replenishing the team’s human resources, and “leveling up” Luckbox once more. The CEO promises that this recruitment drive will be an opportunity for both the esports betting platform and for people who are passionate about the world of competitive gaming. 

Determined on Growing

Luckbox is determined to grow and reach new heights. There were significant gains from the public listing of Real Luck Group, Luckbox’s parent company, on the Toronto Ventures Exchange. Rosander will have the responsible task of guiding the company and putting the resources from the initial public offering to good use. 

Other than the financial gain from the IPO, the betting platform is strengthening its positions by signing some important partnerships. In December last year, the esports bookmaker forged an alliance with affiliate marketing, business intelligence, and SEO service provider Income Access. The latter worked to boost Luckbox’s popularity by providing the betting service with the highest quality of marketing support.

Additionally, at the start of 2021, Luckbox expanded its partnership with EveryMatrix and added live sports to its betting options. 

Luckbox, which is already a leading esports betting provider, is looking forward to growing even more. The sky is the limit for the bookmaker company. 

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