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You can totally push to multiple repositories in one click !
Repository -> Repository setup -> Edit remote config file (it will open up the file in your text editor)
Put all your remotes in a single origin remote section, see below for example :
url = https://email@example.com/mynickname/myrepo
url = firstname.lastname@example.org:/srv/git/myrepo.git
fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
pushurl = https://email@example.com/mynickname/myrepo
pushurl = firstname.lastname@example.org:/srv/git/myrepo.git
It remains a little bit hacky because Sourcetree only shows one of remote on its UI, but since this is an unsual usecase and Sourcetree does give you the ability to edit the config file it's ok.
It seems that if you have multiple remotes, you can only push to one of them at a time. (Top-left dropdown in the Push dialog only lets you select one, and the address bar next to it shows only one address.)