Gabon: 1 bet won = 3 free bets offered on www.pmug.ga | Gabonmediatime.com

For this holiday period, Pari Mutuel Urbain Gabonais (PMUG) wishes to once again improve the quality of life of football fans. Indeed, this Thursday, June 13, the leader in sports betting launched a new opportunity which is based on the 2024 European Football Championship (Euro 2024). So a bet won 3 is equivalent to three free bets on the PMUG website www.pmug.ga.

Launched in 2022, the Gabonese Paris Mutuel Urban site continues to offer a unique, simple, refined online betting experience, adapted to mobile phones and computers. It notably features the ability to make instant deposits and withdrawals with local mobile payment solutions, namely Airtel Money and Moov money. As part of the 2024 European football championship, Pari Mutuel Urbain Gabonais offers the possibility of tripling your chances when placing bets.

1 bet won = 3 free bets offered on www.pmug.ga

In this beautiful holiday season, the king of sport will certainly bring everyone together. Even more so with the European Championship coming up. In order to satisfy its customers, the PMUG has launched an offer that defies all competition. This is the Euro 2024 Bonus which is 1 bet won equals 3 free bets offered. It must be said that this opportunity only concerns bettors registered on the PMUG website www.pmug.ga.

An offer that will allow you to celebrate the highlights of European football, but also to multiply your winnings. To participate, simply place a 100% EURO multiple bet during the promotion period on the website www.pmug.ga Provided that all lines of the bet are affected by the events of Euro 2024. You must also bet at minimum 300 CFA francs. If all lines of the bet win, the bettor will receive 1000 F CFA as a free bet. The offer is thus submitted. To find out more and find out the rules, please contact customer service on +241 117990200.


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