The history of the Unibox Group begins after the Second World War in a garage in Lambermont. Victor Léonard Bosquin, a trained tailor, saw the potential of exploiting games in cafés and gave free rein to his entrepreneurial spirit.
Over the years, the group increasingly established its position as a key player in the gaming and entertainment sector before becoming a sector leader in Wallonia.
The Unibox Group, now led by Victor Léopold Bosquin and Jean-Marc Corteil, continues its expansion while conserving its family values and holding onto ties to its region.
Today, the group numbers more than fifty companies which are active in various fields
First jukebox placed in a café in Verviers by Victor Léonard Bosquin.
Credibox becomes Unibox. Operation of games in cafés.
Creation of a new games company in Spain.
Integration of the Seeben company. Distribution of Seeburg and Flipper Williams jukeboxes.