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GG Gaming Gone Mad, Wednesday 8th July
More promotions (also refer to the T&C's at the bottom of this page)
For details of all current promotions, click here and remember to take note of the T&C’s below to avoid any confusion.
Opening a GGGaming.bet account
FREE BETS ON GG GAMING GONE MAD SHOW
Betting vouchers are only redeemable by phone by calling 021 206 6000.
Please note: As of Thursday 30 January 2020, all prize winners will not be permitted to win an amount in excess of what they have wagered in real money within the last two weeks.
Terms and Conditions:
- Offer only applies to customers who have opened an online account with us and have FICA’d with GG Gaming.
- Free Bet is not transferable.
- Free Bets may not be used on multiple bets (e.g. doubles, trebles etc) and Tote bets. They may be used on a single bet type only.
- Free Bets may only be used for bets that are struck at odds of 5/10 or better.
- Free Bets have to be called in before the following week’s GG Gaming Gone Mad show has started at 8:30pm.
- Free Bets may only be used on a single bet. For example, if you have a R500 free bet, you may take one bet of R500. You cannot split up the voucher to take a bet of R300 and then another bet of R200.
- If your free bet is a winning one, you are entitled to keep the winnings from the free bet, but not the stake. For example, say you have a R500 betting voucher, and you use it to back Liverpool at 2/1, and they win. You will be entitled to keep the winnings of R1,000, but not the stake wagered of R500.
- Participants have the option to approach the Western Cape Gambling & Racing Board in the event of a dispute.
GMB Gaming (Pty) Ltd t/a GG Gaming, License No: 10185541, is licensed by the Western Cape Gambling & Racing Board. No persons under 18 are permitted to gamble. National Responsible Gambling Programme Telephone Number 0800 006 008. “Winners know when to stop ”