Community Drive! Luckbox appoints Sujoy Roy as esports director

first_img Related Articles Luckbox: How the return of live sport has affected esports betting July 10, 2020 Luckbox outlines final TSXV roadmap July 29, 2020 Share GG.Bet scores ESL Counter-Strike & Dota 2 global partnerships July 15, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon Sujoy Roy – LuckboxUpdating the market, industry esports betting start-up Luckbox (luckbox.com) has confirmed the appointment of Sujoy Roy as its first Director of Esports.Roy joins the Luckbox executive team, from leading global esports tournament organiser ESL, where he led player community development initiatives and audience engagement strategies.A seasoned esports executive, Roy has been tasked with developing Luckbox’s founding community initiatives, fostering partnerships with initial operator stakeholders, and helping bridge esports-to-betting dynamics.Ahead of its planned 2018 product launch, Luckbox has significantly expanded its executive and corporate advisory team, as the company seeks to revolutionise esports wagering.This April, Luckbox confirmed the senior appointments of former PokerStars executives Quentin Martin (COO) and Vadim Soloveychik as first marketing lead.In his new role, Roy will be supported by esports figurehead and corporate advisory Paul ‘Redeye’ Chaloner, as Luckbox seeks to crack esports betting dynamics, which the start-up believes have been significantly underserved by current industry incumbents.“I’ve seen so many companies try to do esports and make a mess of it. I want to help Luckbox avoid the common pitfalls and make a product that works as part of the esports infrastructure. It’s important to understand how and why people watch or play games.” Roy commented on joining Luckbox.“If Luckbox can create a great betting platform and do it sympathetically with the community it could be a big help to the industry.”Backing the appointment of Roy, Vadim Soloveychik, CMO at Luckbox, said: ‘We are excited to welcome Sujoy at Luckbox.“His deep knowledge of the industry and community will play a big role in helping us to deliver an authentic experience for esport fans and become preferred esports betting platform.”last_img read more

Zenica: 500 Young Sportsman at the “Kengur Cup”

first_imgZenica – The basketball club “Kengur” from Zenica is about to host next weekend the 16th international basketball tournament for young sportsman “Kengur Cup 2014” where 42 teams from Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia and B&H will perform.“At this year’s Cup we expect more than 500 girls and boys to participate, but what’s most important is the quality of this event dedicated to youth and sport” – said the president and coach of the BC “Kengur”, Enver Jahić.So far, more than 6 000 young sportsman from 15 European countries participated at the “Kengur Cup”, and this year, the competitions will be held on 8 fields where, during the three days of competition, 69 matches will be played.This year’s Kengur Cup will be officialy open on Friday. The match to open it is between Čelik and Nets while the final matches will be played at the City Arena.(Source: Fena / photo: zenica24sata.com)last_img read more