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Bookmaker.eu Unveils New Website With Top Features - G911 World Exclusive

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Aug/22/2017

Set to be unveiled Wednesday August 23, Gambling911.com has gotten first dibs on the new Bookmaker.eu website that the company says will be “easier to use, faster and cleaner”.

The new platform will feature a betslip style interface that has become popular with customers over the year.

Existing players may not be ready to jump in the days before Saturday’s huge Mayweather-McGregor fight or the upcoming College Football and NFL season, therefore the “classic” version will still be available.

Check out some screen shots obtained exclusively by Gambling911.com below with the full reveal coming Wednesday

- Christopher Costigan, Publisher

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