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Rwandese businessman Jacques Tuyizere win MK250m in betPawa’s aviator game

By Twink Jones Gadama

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-In a world where online sports betting has become increasingly popular, one man in no Malawi has managed to hit the jackpot and become the latest big winner on betPawa’s Aviator game.

Jacques Tuyizere, a Rwandese businessman, recently made headlines when he placed two bets on the game and hit a multiplier of 2500, winning the highest maximum payout of MK 250 million per bet.

Tuyizere, who started playing Aviator in January, expressed his excitement and satisfaction with his win.

“I really just enjoy playing the game,” he said. “From the first time I played, I knew this was the one for me.

“With a huge smile on his face, Tuyizere recounted the moment he realized he had hit the maximum limit and won big.

Aviator is a virtual game where players stake in a virtual aircraft and watch as the multiplier scale grows while the plane moves.

The goal is to cash out before the plane crashes or wait until it reaches the maximum payout limit.

Tuyizere’s win now adds him to the list of betPawa’s big winners, with the betting brand becoming synonymous with record wins on its casino games and sportsbook.

Tuyizere’s win comes just weeks after another betPawa customer in Malawi, Francis Chigudu, won MWK 125 million on Aviator.

In February, a player named Steve from Lilongwe also won big on the same game, taking home MWK 174.2 million.

Tuyizere himself had won MWK 25 million before his latest big win.

Despite his newfound wealth, Tuyizere remains humble and grateful for his good fortune.

He plans to continue playing the game and is excited about the increased stake that betPawa has announced.

“I will continue betting,” he said, showing his dedication to the game and his passion for the thrill of potentially hitting the jackpot once again.

Regional Marketing Manager for Southern Africa, Bwalya M. Noah, shared the company’s excitement over Tuyizere’s win.

“We are thrilled to see Malawi producing such big winners. The stakes will now be increased, providing even more opportunities for players to win big,” Noah said.

As Tuyizere continues to enjoy his winnings and looks forward to future bets on Aviator, his story serves as a reminder of the potential for life-changing wins in the world of online sports betting.

With luck and skill, anyone could be the next big winner on games like Aviator, where the sky truly is the limit.

Maravi Post Reporter
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