Ace! LeoVegas serves up ‘Summer of Tennis’ campaign

Tom Jacobs

LeoVegas is betting big on tennis this summer, with the mobile betting specialist operator announcing its ‘Summer of Tennis’ campaign.

Launched this week, LeoVegas Sports will allow for ‘its customers to bet on every single point made across all tennis competitions this summer’. As a player incentive, LeoVegas is adding hundreds of pounds of free bets and a chance for one lucky punter to win a Mercedes SLC

The Summer of Tennis campaign has two stages, the qualifying round which runs until 30th July, and the knockout run which runs from 5th to 13th August. Players who clear 600 live cash bets on tennis go through to the knockout stage where it’s ‘Survivor Format’, and the winner wins the main prize of a Mercedes SLC.

The operator launches its campaign ahead of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship (3-16 July), in which 250 tournament games will be played.

Having optimised its tennis markets, LeoVegas Sports app claims to have the best minute-by-minute game markets for punters.

Tom Jacobs, Sports Marketing Manager at LeoVegas commented on the promotion: “With such a busy summer of tennis, we wanted to offer players added excitement when watching the tournaments and give them even more chances to win.

“Our app is easy to use and one of the fastest on the market so offers an intense and exhilarating in-play experience for those betting live – the second best thing to being there first hand. We wish luck to all those playing along with us during the Summer of Tennis.”

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