‘The World Awaits’ Genting unveils Russian World Cup promotion

Genting Casino has unveiled details of its tournament marketing campaign, ‘The World Awaits’ which looks to enrich the World Cup experience for its punters.

When members swipe their card at any of Genting’s 35 premium retail casinos in cities across the UK automatically enter themselves into a prize draw to win a share of a £25,000 prize pool with one winner claiming the £15,000 first prize.

Additionally, Genting Casinos will be giving away 2018 free £10 bets to be used by new and existing retail customers when they bet on their mobile, via the Genting Apps and online at Genting Casino or Genting Bet.

Chris Freer, Head of Marketing at Genting Casinos, commented: “The World Cup is obviously huge so we want to add even more excitement for our new and existing retail and online customers.

“With £25k in prizes up for grabs and a huge number of online football bet specials through the tournament, Genting’s ‘The World Awaits’ campaign is the perfect betting experience to compliment the football.

“With all this on offer at Genting plus the launch of @Genting_Bet on Twitter it’s going to be a great summer for Genting customers.”

Genting Bet sports bettors will also be able to take advantage of a series of bespoke World Cup

offers through the tournament. The firm has outlined its ambition to buck the trend of unattainable World Cup, by giving customers various rewards, including:

  • Bet £20 on the World Cup’s top goal scorer and get a £5 free bet for each goal scored.
  • Get money back on your first losing bet on England’s first group game.
  • £20 Free Bet on your first losing England bet.
  • Place a £10 bet on specified match and be given £1.
  • Free Bet for every goal scored.
  • Place a £10 bet on a specified match and be given a £1 Free Spin for every goal scored.
  • Numerous key match price boosts through the tournament.

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