GSU officer leads race for Mitsubishi Xpander in Chachibitisha Promotion
By Odero Charles - Aug 12th 2022
Thomas Kabuga Wachira, a GSU officer is the leading winner in leading gaming platform Mozzart Bet’s Chachibitisha Promotion after topping the charts with multi-bet bearing the highest odds on August 11, 2022.
On top of winning the daily cash prize of Sh50,000, the 36-year-old is on course to driving home with a brand new Mitsubishi Xpander at the end of the competition if no one will have gotten higher winning odds than he did on Thursday.
The Nyahururu-based punter picked 12 events that had total odds of 2351.8 which put him on top of the chart for the highest winning odds.
Musa Kipyegon Kirui is leading the hunt for a brand new motorbike in the other bit of the promotion for the highest losing odds with one event.
The 37-year-old technician could have been the leading punter with the highest winning odds of 13209.39 but one game in his multibet did not go as he had predicted.
Apart from the usual bonus awarded to such a losing ticket by Mozzart Bet, Kipyegon also won the daily prize for that category, walking home Sh25,000 richer.
In the Chachimbitisha Promo, Mozzart Bet is offering a brand-new MITSUBISHI XPANDER as the Grand Prize to one lucky participant who will win a multi-bet with the highest total winning odds during the entire period of the promotion.
Also, there will be one winner of a brand-new Motorbike to one participant with the overall best losing Mozzart Refund ticket in the entire promotion period in the event one loses their multi-bet with only one event and that multi-bet has the highest total losing odds within the promotion period.
Besides the top prizes, Mozzart Bet will also reward two daily winners in that period. One winner who will have won a multi-bet with the highest total winning odds will walk away with a DAILY PRIZE of Sh50,000 while another winner will take home Sh25,000 every day as Mozzart Refund CASHBACK if they lose their multi-bet with only one match.
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