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BetConstruct launches network promotion for CreedRoomz, PopOK and Pascal Gaming with tournaments every 4 hours

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BetConstruct announced the launch of ‘To Harmony’, a four-month promotion, which started on May 23. This network promotion is for BetConstruct’s 3rd party providers CreedRoomz, PopOK, and Pascal Gaming, also part of the SoftConstruct group, “with the intention of serving as a gateway to their business growth”. 

The highlight of the event is the frequency of the tournaments, which start every 4 hours with real-time updates. After a while, the wonder wheel, rewards, and jackpots join in, with more players competing for the share of a total guaranteed prize pool of 2,500,000 EUR ($2.6 million).

The promotion will feature daily tournaments, Wonder Wheels, WINback rewards, and Jackpot Drops. To participate, users need to place real money bets on CreedRoomz, PopOK, and Pascal Gaming providers’ games.

BetConstruct is excited to launch a new #tournament #ToHarmony.

With a 𝟮,𝟱𝟬𝟬,𝟬𝟬𝟬 𝗘𝗨𝗥 guaranteed prize pool #promotion will be running from May 23 for our 3rd party providers #CreedRoomz, #PopOkGaming and #PascalGaming. https://t.co/1i3exeTNK9 pic.twitter.com/AISgOmXHhu

— BetConstruct (@BetConstruct) May 19, 2022

To Harmony is an excellent campaign all prepared to increase the business development prospects of operators, enabling them to thrive in the industry and expand their footprint,” the company stated in a press release, and added that the initiative “will be a huge success for the company’s partner operators.”

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