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Supabets changing lives one bet at a time

At the ready: Angus (Piere Strydom) was the second favourite for the Vodacom Durban July run at Greyville Racecourse

At the ready: Angus (Piere Strydom) was the second favourite for the Vodacom Durban July run at Greyville Racecourse

Published Jul 5, 2022

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Siyabonga Sithole

Supabets, one of the country’s leading online betting platforms is changing lives of sports betting one bet at a time.

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Following the Durban July this past weekend, the platform says it has (turned) two of its recent players into instant millionaires.

One lucky player walked away over R1.3 million richer after having spent just R3 stake, while a second one walked away with R1.9m after betting on the Buffalo King Megaways. Another lucky player took R257 000 winnings after playing the Queen of Gold.

However, that is not all as another winner of R500 000 won big after playing the platform’s Supa numbers with only R5 while yet another winner of R100 050 smiled all the way to the bank after playing the platform’s Instant Game.

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The one betting platform says there are many ways to win with the owner of the platform saying they have added more ways to ensure their customers win across its betting platforms. Their most recent launch of new games, Play Pearl and Spinomenal --  a  first for South Africa being their real gem.

For sport fanatics and outright betting fanatics, the Supabets says it has hours worth of betting entertainment in all its online platforms. Playing with Supabets is easy as players have choices whether to bet, spin or bet on the go through its mobile friendly website stacked with endless and easy opportunities on their fingertips.

Tongues are still wagging following the eThekweni’s biggest and most glamorous weekend.

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On Saturday, Hollywoodbets hosted the Durban July at the Greyville Racecourse after a two-year hiatus caused by the (Covid) pandemic.

It was the most important event on the entertainment calendar as the Who’s Who of the social scene got a chance to show up in style after the lifting of Covid restrictions.

Celebrities and lovers of fine things came prepared to show their honey (the theme was Show Me the Honey) while feasting on extravagant fashion and horse racing.

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