Dublin, Leinster -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/10/2014 -- BragBet were appointed today as Official Betting Partners of Connacht Rugby and to celebrate have offered the most generous promotion in the history of Irish rugby.
BragBet are a social betting company that allows groups of mates form a team together and bet against the bookmaker like a mini-syndicate. BragBet are official betting partners of the FAI, NIFL and Ultimate Rugby apps.
BragBet are offering rugby fans a free €25, no deposit, no registration bet on Connacht to beat Zebre in their Heineken Cup clash on Saturday at the ridiculous odds of even money. Connacht are actually a 1/7 chance to win the match and keep their dreams of qualifying for the knock out stages of the competition alive.
So BragBet are offering a free bet at seven times the actual market odds – have they gone mad? BragBet CEO “ We are proud to be associated with Connacht Rugby and want to start the relationship with a bit of a bang – now all the team have to do is win the game on Saturday and everybody who enters will have €50 in their account on Sunday. Entering is simple just send us their name to firstname.lastname@example.org and their free €25 bet on Connacht versus Zebre at evens is on- simple”.
Alex Sole, Commercial Manager, Connacht Rugby, “Fair play to the lads at BragBet, they don’t believe in doing things in half measures and this is a great promotion for all Connacht fans to support the team and have a free flutter at the same time!”
For more information on BragBet please contact CEO Phil Riordan at email@example.com
BragBet (https://www.bragbet.com) is a social betting service where groups of friends rely on each other’s sports savvy and knowledge to beat the odds and bet online. Teams of friends deposit cash into a joint pot and take turns as team captain each week to decide how the pot is used and place bets on different sporting events. All team members are encouraged to share their daily suggestions on the social networking site, agree or disagree with their friends’ choices and boast about their successes. The competitive nature of the service is enhanced by leader boards allowing team members and their opponents to see which team, captain or tipster is performing best.