New and existing customers at esports betting site Luckbox can now access the company’s largest-ever bonus to celebrate the start of the top CS:GO event, ESL One Cologne 2020.
With the tournament starting Tuesday 18 August, players can log in now and use the code CSGO200 when they make their deposit. When they do, they will receive a 200% matched deposit bonus on their deposit, which will treble the amount of money that they have to bet with on the site.
Speaking about the bonus offer, Luckbox’s director of sportsbook Metodi Zarburtov commented:
“ESL One Cologne promises to be an amazing event for CS:GO fans to enjoy and we are doing our best to make it even better with the biggest bonus we have ever given away.”
“Our typical welcome offer is 100%, which is very generous, but throughout ESL One Cologne, we are doubling the bonus.”
“We hope our existing players plus some new players will use the bonus to give Luckbox a try – we are sure they will like what they see as we have an unparalleled CS:GO betting experience.”
To access the bonus, which is available right now, players need to be a minimum age of 18 and have to be living in a country that allows them to open an account with the Luckbox service.
The bonus does come with a stated maximum winning amount and wagering requirements will apply to any bonus that is received.
Players can take confidence from the fact that Luckbox is fully regulated and licensed and offers a wide range of deposit methods to sign up including standard methods such as Visa, Mastercard and Neteller, as well as a number of cryptocurrency deposit options too.
Currently, the Luckbox site offers esports betting across 13 different esports for desktop and mobile users.
What will customers want to bet on at ESL One Cologne?
The ESL One Cologne 2020 event is split into four different regional divisions, Europe, North America, Oceania, and Asian and it will feature a number of the top CS:GO teams from around the world competing in these divisions.
The European and North American sections begin on August 18, with the Oceania and Asian sections starting on the 25th August. The regional tournaments will conclude on the 30th August, apart from the North American section which finishes on the 29th.
Teams competing in the highly competitive European section include Astralis, Fnatic, Natus Vincere, G2 Esports, FaZe Clan, Team Vitality, mousesports, OG, Complexity Gaming, Heroic, Ninjas in Pyjamas, MAD Lions, MiBR, Team Heretics, and Sprout.
North America will see the likes of FURIA Esports, 100 Thieves, Team Liquid, Cloud9, Gen.G Esports, Evil Geniuses, Chaos Esports Club, and Triumph battle it out. The likes of Renegades, Invictus Gaming, ViCi Gaming, and Avant Gaming will compete in the smaller Asian and Oceania events.
The European division is the most lucrative tournament and features the most teams, all competing for a prize pool of $325,000 as well as up to 800 Pro Tour Circuit Points.
The action gets underway on the evening of the 18th in Europe with four of the Upper Bracket games in Groups A and B taking place.