Unikrn in talks with Macau gaming operators

Esports betting operator Unikrn has reportedly been approached by some gaming operators in Macau, who are looking for ways to collaborate.  

“Unikrn is very interested in Macau and would be open to partnering with good operators if they want to set up eSports experiences in their venues,” CEO Rahul Sood told Macau Business Daily.

Unikrn is a wagering operator offering odds on esport games including CS:GO, Dota 2, League of Legends and Call of Duty.

In September, the company announced an initial coin offering (ICO) through the issuance of “Unikoin Gold Tokens”.

More than $27 million worth of tokens have been sold since, making it the most successful token sale in esports.

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