Make your CSGO and Dota 2 predictions to win free Steam keys

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Luckbox has launched two weekly championships, giving esports fans the chance to make their CSGO and Dota 2 predictions to win free Steam keys.

As you may know, members of the Luckbox Discord server are rewarded with tickets for being active and ranked on our weekly leaderboard. At the end of every week, 16 winners are drawn at weighted random for the chance to win a share of $100 in free Steam keys.

Our weekly CSGO and Dota 2 predictions challenges give members of the community a chance to massively boost their ticket tally and, therefore, their chances of winning.

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The most active members of our Discord earn around 30,000 tickets a week, simply by being active in the server.

CSGO and Dota 2 Predictions - how it works

We will select matches on which community members can make their CSGO and Dota 2 predictions. You win three points if you guess the correct score and one point if you guess the correct outcome. If the matches are best-of-one, only one point is available per match.

At the end of every week, we will add up all your points and you will be in the draw to win free Steam keys.

Weekly prizepools

  • 1st: 20,000 tickets
  • 2nd: 15,000 tickets
  • 3rd: 10,000 tickets
  • 4th to 6th: 7,000 tickets
  • 7th to 10th: 5,000 tickets

Make your predictions now

You must enter your Discord user ID exactly for your predictions to be validated (exact name and number without space, for example: DISCORDname#01293)

Multiple entries will be disqualified and you must be at least 18 to play.

Watch and play with the Luckbox Discord community

Your tickets for winning the Luckbox CSGO and Dota 2 prediction championship will be credited via Discord. You must join the Luckbox server to receive your prize.

Watch all games live once you predicted.

Join the Luckbox community to chat with fellow esports fans in our friendly and welcoming Discord server.

Felix CharlesSpent seven years as a poker game integrity and poker community manager at PokerStars and most recently worked as a freelance correspondent and consultant for various companies.

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