Luckbox seeks full capacity appointing Domicilium IOM as network lead

Gearing up for its much-anticipated product launch in early 2019, esports betting incumbent Luckbox has announced that it has partnered with Isle of Man-based full-scale data centre Domicilium IOM.

Entering a critical period for its operations, Luckbox has selected Domicilium to act as lead network provider, servicing its enterprise hosting, DDoS protection capacities, data transfers and recovery alongside further network provisions.

Luckbox COO Quentin Martin informed that Domicilium had been selected as network lead, following a rigorous selection process, with Luckbox executives undertaking due-diligence on partners being able to service esports-betting’s unique data and transactional requirements.

“Domicilium is a world-leading company, trusted by many other highly respected gambling operators” Martin detailed on selection 

The offering is compliant with the highest levels of regulatory jurisdiction, as required by the OGRA gambling licence and the service is a massively important part of our infrastructure. As with all of our third-party providers, the Luckbox team conducted an exhaustive process to select the perfect partner and we are delighted to be working with Domicilium”.

Heading towards its 2019 launch, this August Luckbox announced that it had selected IOM-based Omega Systems as lead platform supplier, tasked with delivering player account management and payment provision functions.

Domicilium Senior Account Manager David Artus backed Luckbox as ‘betting’s most exciting project’.

“Domicilium is delighted to have been chosen by the Luckbox team. This is a massively exciting esports project, one which will bring a great deal of kudos to the Isle of Man.

“Luckbox is an extremely technical organisation, using cutting-edge technology to achieve its global ambitions and in this regard, Domicilium and Luckbox have the same technical ethos.

“We have a strong mutual respect, and we are confident the partnership will grow from strength to strength.”

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