KINGSTON, Jamaica — Over 9,000 houses will be provided for low-income earners over a five-year period, Minister with responsibility for Housing, Dr Morais Guy says.
Making his contribution to the 2013/14 Sectoral Debate in the House of Representatives, Tuesday Dr Guy said this will be realised through partnersh ...more »
One JustBet sports bettor walked away feeling like a real champion yesterday, after collecting more than $7.4 million in sports betting winnings from JustBet, the sports betting brand offered by Supreme Ventures Limited.
The winning bettor, Orville C from Kingston, placed his winning bets on several NBA games at the JustBet sports betting location at 28 Half Way Tree Road recently, and was right on the mark with all his picks.
He admits that he is a long-time JustBet player who places bets with JustBet practically every day, mainly on basketball.
"I'm very happy as you can imagine," he said, after collecting his cheque at the Supreme Ventures Prize Payment Centre in New Kingston yesterday. The winner added: "This is by far my biggest pay day with JustBet! Most of my winnings will be going right into savings, but I will also be putting some money down on some new bets."
JustBet allows persons to place bets on a variety of international sporting events, including football, cricket, track and field, NBA, NFL, golf, boxing, formula one motor racing and rugby. Bets can be placed at more than 100 JustBet locations islandwide.
Since Supreme Ventures launched its JustBet sports betting game in January 2010, the company has paid out almost $250 million in sports betting winnings to its customers.
Andrei Roper (left), senior marketing officer JustBet, presents a cheque to Orville C at the gaming company's offices yesterday.
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