With the global adaptation of the COVID-19 outbreak to the modern sporting world, CEO Quentin Martin of Luckbox reported that conventional esports betting industries could be used as a short-range option for punters.
A 2020 disaster interrupted the world sports calendar with the Grand National and the Euro 2020 Championships postponed indefinitely, two of the most profitable activities in betting.
“Whilst the calendar has also been affected, the situation is much more flexible, as matches can be played online, without players having to be in the same venue. Martin said that. Although living in a fan arena provides a wonderful environment, hundreds of thousands of fans seeing live streams don’t make too much difference.
Industry players desperately need to replace consumers in these difficult conditions and to be entertained.
The popular esports betting website refers to the facility for playing professional esports tournaments as a significant factor in the fact that the betting industry will rely on esports throughout the COVID-19 outbreak. Although any event should be played offline and on sites preferably, for sports it is not appropriate. Competitions such as the European Championship League of Legends and the ESL Pro League of CSGO will not only continue but also have seen the audience grow in CSGO.
Luckbox Chief Executive Officer concluded: “These are obviously tough times for everyone in the world but many have a nice break in esport and play.