Bet on Wimbledon at 1xBet and win a KIA Stinger car



Kampala – 7, July 2021: On June 28, 2021, what many believe to be the main Grand Slam event began – Wimbledon!

Novak Djokovic and BarboraKrejcikova who each recently won Roland Garros, will both be trying to add another title to their tallies. But they have worthy competitors who are also seeking the trophy. For Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Roger Federer are the main threats, for Krejcikova – Serena Williams and Ashley Barty.

With 1xBet, tennis fans can not only enjoy the performances of the world’s top players but also make money on Wimbledon. Firstly, the clients of this bookmaker traditionally have access to a huge selection of tournament bets with which they can win big. And secondly, 1xBet has also launched a Grand Slam promotion with incredible prizes – a KIA Stinger car and dozens of Apple gadgets!

To qualify for prizes, just fulfil a few simple conditions:

Register or log in to 1xBet.

  1. Click on the “Take Part” button on the promotion page.
  2. Confirm your consent to participate in bonus promotions in your personal account.
  3. Place bets on Wimbledon in the amount of 4 dollars or more.
  4. Collect tickets for bets and wait for the prize draws.

The first draw, which will take place on July 12th, will determine the owners of an Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max 256Gb smartphone (3 winners), Microsoft Xbox Series X 1TB game console (5 winners) and Apple AirPods Max headphones (10 winners).

If participants of the promotion don’t win any of these prizes, it doesn’t matter because the final draw still awaits them at the end of all the Grand Slam tournaments! In this final prize draw, the following will be won: a KIA Stinger car (1 winner), a MacBook Pro 13 ″ 2020 laptop (5 lucky ones) and an Apple Watch 6 (10 participants)!

Hurry up to bet on Wimbledon at 1xBet and treat yourself to some fabulous prizes.


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