Exclusive: Lady Luck HQ teams up with Stephen Crystal & SCCG

October 4, 2023

Francine Maric and SCCG Management will collaborate for both online and offline experience in future.

Francine Maric, better known online as Lady Luck HQ to her nearly 400,000 YouTube subscribers, has partnered with Stephen Crystal and his consulting group, SCCG Management. The influencer also has a large and growing presence on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok, where she features slot play, restaurant and hotel reviews, live streams and other gambling industry-related content.

The new partnership looks to cultivate both online and offline gaming content and experiences for SCCG customers and Lady Luck HQ fans alike. SCCG Management has also recently signed strategic partnerships with MMA experiences Versus FC and Pillow Fighting Championship.

Maric commented, "To collaborate with a visionary like Stephen Crystal and the SCCG brand is an honor. We are pushing boundaries, ensuring that our community experiences the future of gaming firsthand."

Lady Luck HQ currently averages around 13.2 million views per day on her YouTube channel and around 733.3 new subscribers per average day. Below is a comparison to other popular slot-focused channels YouTube, including Brian Christopher, The Big Jackpot and VegasLowRoller.

Stephen Crystal added, "When two powerhouses like Lady Luck HQ and SCCG come together, magic happens. This collaboration will set new benchmarks and bring forth innovative solutions for gaming aficionados worldwide."

Gaming America understands that the SCCG and Lady Luck HQ are currently ‘contemplating’ the launch of a social online casino together.


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