Former Super Eagles Star Becomes Bet Pay Ambassador

A new Sports Bet company, Bet Pay has launched it’s way into the Nigeria Sports betting arena with a bang by appointing a notable one time Nigeria national team star as it’s brand ambassador.

Unveiling former Super Eagles defender, Austin Eguavoen at a short but colourful launch ceremony in Benin-City, Edo State over the weekend, the new sports bet company Bet Pay announced that they have stormed the market to take over with the best odds, best payouts and best cashout with zero tolerance for stories.

An obviously delighted Austin Eguavoen, known as Cerezo during his playing days, spoke on behalf of the company and assured that he is putting his name and reputation at stake to what promises to be a worthy venture for sport lovers all over the world.

“This is going to be different from all other betting companys. They are new in town but I am sure they have come to make a difference. I am particularly impressed by the fact that they are going to be creating employment opportunities for youths all over Nigeria and beyond and that everybody is going to be a winner regardless”, the Tunisia 1994 Africa cup of nations winner declared boldly.

The retired footballer who has also Coached the Super Eagles and presently the C.E.O of Austin Eguavoen Football Academy also explained the meaning of the company slogan “You stake, We pay”.

“What this means is that everybody is a winner with Sports Bet. Everything is going to be done with utmost transparency and the lucky customers get to collect their rewards immediately. There will be no delays and nobody gets shortchanged”, the USA ’94 and France’98 world cup player revealed.

The launch which was strictly by invitation and restricted to only 20 persons in line with the guidelines of the NCDC, attracted the creme de la creme of sport personalities in the state led by former falcons coach, Godwin Izilien,

former Green Eagles wingers, Prince Afejuku and Ndubuisi Okosieme, Bendel Insurance Coach, Greg Ikhenoba and other coaches like Roland Ewere, Monday Eguavoen, Anthony Jibunoh, retired referee Sylvester Okungbowa, legal luminary Jibril Eroh and a few others.

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