Online betting company Melbet Uganda has surprised Mr. Nsubuga Nicholas, an incapacitated ardent subscriber to the site with an IPhone 12 Pro Max during their campaign to give back to the community.
Nicholas, who is deef and dumb courtesy of an hearing impairment he has had from childhood was overjoyed and excited upon receiving the information regarding his gift by the MelBet Customer Relations team.
The organization that had recently learnt about his passion for football and sports betting despite his disability decided to visit him at his home in Najjera to grant him the iPhone 12 Pro Max and some other prizes that included T-shirts and masks.
At reception of these gifts, Nsubuga communicated to the media and the Melbet team through a sign language interpreter, highlighting that his passion about sports transcends from merely supporting SC Villa locally to Manchester United in the English Premier League.
In his remarks, Nsubuga had this to say: “I am very happy and will urge my friends with the same disability to also play with MelBet and enjoy the endless sports betting entertainment and promotions that the company has to offer.”
Nassuna Teopista who is the Sales Manager at Melbet said: “The phone that Melbet has gifted Nsubuga will further assist him to be able to communicate since he has hearing and speaking disability.”
She continued to say: “Melbet has not only stopped at giving out prizes to Nicholas, but also gifted two other Ugandans who have won an iPhone 12 Pro and Apple Airpads respectively. The winners participated in MelBet’s bet and win campaign for the month of July.”
For one to stand a chance and be listed among the monthly winners of the prizes Melbet has to offer, one is required to visit the site m.melbet.ug and download the app which is found at the bottom of the official Melbet website.
The Top 10 most active users in Africa who will be obtained from the process will be rewarded with prizes including: 3 iPhone 12 phones (given to the top3 ranked winners) and Apple airpods (given to the top ranked winners from the 4th to 10th position).
Teopista concluded her submission by disclaiming that Melbet is regulated and licensed by the Uganda National Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board. Betting is not eligible for people under the age of 25 and it can be psychologically harmful to one’s mental health.