Ex-jogador Léo Moura é o novo embaixador da casa de apostas Bet Five

Former football player Léo Moura is starting a new chapter in his story. From now on, he will act as an ambassador for the betting company Betfive. The information has just been made official by the betting company, but the signals were already resonating on social media.

Last Monday (10), the athlete and the bookmaker published exclusive materials on their respective profiles. With the caption “It’s always time to start over and write a new story”, Léo Moura appears wearing the shirt with his name and the Betfive emblem, as well as preparing to ‘take the field’.

While the betting company shared the video with the following message: “He made history on the pitch and now he’s about to make history in a new game. Coming soon: one of the biggest names in Brazilian football like you’ve never seen before.”

With the motto ‘A Bet that is Worth it‘, Betfive offers table games, live casino, slots, roulette, online casino, virtual sports and eSports. The platform currently allows bets on various sports, such as football, basketball, boxing, tennis, futsal, volleyball, American football, golf, baseball, NASCAR, Formula 1 and Formula Indy.

In addition, Betfive has featured championships, including Séries A and B of the Brasileirão, Copa Libertadores, Sudamericana, NBA, Champions League, Premier League, La Liga and the Italian Championship.

Léo Moura’s trajectory

Leonardo da Silva Moura, better known as Léo Moura, is a football player who played as a right-back.

Elected as the best right-back in the Brasileirão four times in a row, he made history wearing the Flamengo shirt, the club for which he played for a decade. He also played for the other three major clubs in Rio de Janeiro, as well as other prestigious national teams, such as Palmeiras, São Paulo and Grêmio.

Thus, his last club was Botafogo-PB in 2020 for the Series C dispute, announcing his retirement in March 2021.

It is worth mentioning that Léo Moura was called up by Dunga for the Brazilian team in 2008, in a friendly against Ireland.