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21Bet launches World Cup Bank Builder

21Bet is beginning its World Cup build up, with the launch of its new promotion aimed at giving punters the chance to build a healthy balance before the spectacle gets underway.

With the showpiece set to get started in Russia on June 14, a little over 20 weeks away, 21Bet has unveiled its ‘World Cup Bank Builder’ offering.

The promotion offers the opportunity for customers to bolster their World Cup kitties to the tune of £200 in free bets, before the first game kicks off.

Richard Hogg, CEO of 21Bet, commented: “There’s an understandable buzz before any World Cup, and we wanted to add that extra bit of excitement for our customers by rewarding them with lots of free bets before the first game kicks off.

“We’ve made the process as simple as possible – bet £20 on a footie match and get £1 added to your free bet bank. The bonuses will automatically accumulate so most of our clients will have a healthy World Cup Bank simply by placing their everyday football bets on our web, mobile or IOS sites.”

Bank Builder affords players the opportunity to earn £1 worth of free bets for every bet of £20 on football, at odds of 1.5 or greater.

A maximum of £10 can be banked each week, so customers of 21Bet have the potential to stash upto £200 before Russia and Saudi Arabia begin the opening match of the tournament.

21Bet details “this is the first major promotion from any Sportsbook ahead of the World Cup [and] can give smart punters a head start ahead of the 46 games.”

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