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LBLOCK Price Predicted to Explode After Launch of Lucky Block Crypto Casino and Sportsbook

Gary McFarlane
Last updated: | 4 min read
Disclaimer: The text below is an advertorial article that is not part of editorial content.

London, England, Monday 28 November – Crypto-powered Lucky Block Casino and Sportsbook launches today, backed by a new marketing campaign that is set to light a fire under the price of the LBLOCK token.

Online betting is a booming industry valued at $58 billion in 2021, and the crypto newcomers are its leading disrupters. 

Gambling is probably one of the most successful sectors of the crypto industry, and Lucky Block is barging in on the action, aiming to become one of the biggest names in the space.

Lucky Block, which launched less than a year ago and has already made waves in the gaming space with its high-profile sponsorships of boxers such as Dillian Whyte, Florian Marku, and Savannah Marshall, is aiming to go toe-to-toe with the current big names of the crypto gambling scene.

As part of the marketing push, users simply have to deposit and wager any amount to be eligible for the $10,000 LBLOCK Airdrop, going live in December. 

Other bonuses will be paid to high rollers, and there will also be 15% cashback on any losses made in the first seven days after registration.

Lucky Block aims for the big league with 

Market leader is estimated to be worth about $1 billion, not to mention the success of other crypto brands such as Trust Dice and Roobet.

Such is the success and reach of, its brand is now a household name, helped by the sponsorship of a Premier League football club as part of its huge global marketing efforts. 

Lucky Block seeks to emulate and better’s success in a total addressable online betting market that is likely to triple in size to $145.6 billion by 2030, according to Custom Market Insights.

Testament to the burgeoning interest in its new casino and sportsbook offering, Lucky Block is already featuring prominently on a number of top bitcoin casino review websites such as,,

In addition to the previously mentioned sponsorships of top boxing talent, the marketing campaign will include an online ad spend targeting top crypto gaming sites and other outlets, as well as focused social media campaigns. 

The native coin of the Lucky Block platform is LBLOCK, and its valuation is sure to be subject to rerating by analysts as the news of the casino and sportsbook launch is disseminated to market participants.

Live casino, slots, poker, sports and much more

The fully featured service includes all the gambling favorites, such as, slots, poker, live casino, and table games.

And what better time to launch for the Lucky Block Sportsbook, with the World Cup fever taking hold around the globe.

Every leading spectator sport is available on the platform, including soccer, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, volleyball, handball, table tennis, American football, baseball, boxing, Aussie Rules, rugby, Formula 1, and cricket. 

There are 35 sports in total that users can bet on, in addition to eSports, of which there are 15 listed, including League of Legends, Counter-Strike and Arena of Valor.

All told, there are literally thousands of betting markets to choose from. 

Odds are provided by reputable industry names Betradar, Betgenius, and Oddin for eSports and, lastly, Digital Sports Tech for player props (player performance).

Already there are nearly 100 separate game providers on the platform and that number will be growing all the time.

With so much to explore and play, Lucky Block is committed to providing 24/7 support via email and chat so that help is always at hand.

Lucky Block Casino and Sportsbook is fair and easy to use

The beauty of crypto gambling with Lucky Block is fairness and ease of use.

Lucky Block charges no fees on deposits or withdrawals, although, depending on the crypto, there may be network transaction fees to pay when transferring funds to the Lucky Block wallet.

Crypto gambling is booming because of its transparency and fast payouts, overcoming two major problems afflicting the legacy sector.

Withdrawals from accounts are credited as soon as transactions are confirmed on the blockchain – available publicly for all to see using a blockchain explorer.

Also, it is very straightforward for users to be onboarded using crypto – it takes less than 30 seconds. Simply enter your email and password, fund your wallet, and you are ready to go. 

At launch Lucky Block Casino and Sportsbook supports nine cryptos, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, Litecoin, and Dogecoin. 

There is no limit on the amount that can be staked in bets or limits on withdrawals – again, features that put the legacy industry to shame.

New to crypto? Get onboard using fiat to fund your Lucky Block crypto wallet

For those users who do not have crypto, they can buy digital assets directly on the site using a credit or debit card.

LBLOCK will be added as a payment method soon, as well as wire transfer, Apple Pay and Google Pay, so all user requirements will be catered for.

At a future date, users will also be able to bet directly with fiat.

Although Lucky Block Casino and Sportsbook is a crypto-first platform, the amount shown is converted into fiat when you place a bet. 

This is because some game owners are not able to display crypto values but also for the convenience of users, so they know the value of their stakes and winning, regardless of the crypto that may have funded the bet.

Available worldwide and committed to responsible gambling

Lucky Block Casino and Sportsbook is available in most countries, although US, UK and a few others are geo-restricted.  

Lucky Block holds a Curaçao Licence issued by the Curaçao Gaming Control Board.

Lucky Block’s LBLOCK token is available for purchase on the following centralized exchanges:, MEXC and LBank.

Lucky Block supports responsible gambling and you must be 18 years of age to use the platform.

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Disclaimer: The text above is an advertorial article that is not part of editorial content.