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BetBright pays out 6 figures on Acca+1

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BetBright announces that it has paid out 6 figures in additional winnings since the launch of its new award winning Acca+1 product.

The Acca+1 takes your accumulator bet and offers a risk free extra selection, giving you the opportunity to increase your winnings. When placing a football Acca of five legs or more and at combined odds of 7/1 or greater, customers can add a risk free leg from a host of options. If the risk free leg comes in along with the original Acca then the bonus is paid as cash. If the original Acca wins but the risk free leg doesn’t the customer still gets paid out as normal.

Since the launch of Acca+1 in October 83% of all BetBright football Acca BetBright Pays Out 6 Figures on Acca+1customers have added a Risk Free Leg to their accumulators. The proportion of stakes on multiples has doubled since launch and January has already been a record month for staking on multiples, with over a week to go.

It is currently the only Acca offer in the industry that applies to all markets and all leagues as well as both pre-play and in-play bets. The longest winning odds to date was a 385/1, fourteen fold accumulator that came in just before Christmas, no doubt providing the punter with a welcome Christmas bonus.

Acca+1 is live every day, across all the football markets and with a host of Risk Free Leg options to choose from for BetBright customers.

Conor White, Marketing Communications Manager at BetBright said,

“Acca+1 was devised as a direct response to customer demand and we’re thrilled with the positive reaction we’ve seen to date. This is highlighted not only by the number of customers we’ve seen taking advantage of the offer but also the positive reception we’ve received within the industry, winning best football product at the annual SBC awards ceremony”

For further information, please contact:

Conor White
+353 873543370
conor.white@betbright.com

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