LOOK Anti-gambling campaign gets attention after Germany win

Earlier, the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) launched a campaign to curb gambling habits during the World Cup season.

The campaign line (unfortunately) ran, unwittingly, like an uncanny prediction of last night’s match: “I hope Germany wins. My dad bet all my savings on them.”

Following the match, the internet has been trolling the campaign:

Since the match, the campaign has been shared several times.

Here’s the original ad:

Oops. Does this trump its noble efforts to curb gambling?

Nonetheless, it looks like the NCPG really knows how to pick the winning team.

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