Luckbox Interview: Legal e-sports betting

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Esports is getting more than 200 million viewers a year, and Luckbox ( wants a piece of the action. They want to create a legally compliant gambling platform for e-sports. I get to interview Lars Lien about why he wants to build an esports gambling platform and the compliance issues surrounding this.
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  1. my only concern about online games bets is trust… and just for exmple… What if the players start loosing on purpose betting agains themselves?

  2. the whitepaper mentions a bunch of countries where fiat deposits are difficult to process, but it's still illegal to gamble in those countries, how is that "legal esports betting"?

  3. How much vig are they planning on taking? If greater than 10 cents, what is stopping large global sites such as Pinnacle, 5Dimes, or Bookmaker from offering your e-sports prop lines at a better price?

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