As the number one shareholders of North America and rivaling Tiny Orbit, Crystar Ingram is considered to be biggest LBX maker to reach its LBX products towards the entire globe. They manufacture the state-of-the art LBX core parts and offer them as winning prizes to official LBX tournaments, such as the Artemis.
In the W season, it bought Tiny Orbit after the sales of LBXs dropped significantly due to the Detector incident. After the Paradise incident was resolved, both Tiny Orbit and Crystar Ingram have become separate independent businesses again.
One of their test players is M. Gojou, who assisted NICS in stopping an LBX brainjacking tower in Cairo, Egypt.