Africa Sports World 

What else do players in Kenya bet on apart from football?

– – The Kenyan betting industry is one of the biggest betting industry and it is believed to be the third- largest sports betting market in Africa. To prove how big and powerful the Kenyan industry is, various Kenya betting companies were temporarily forced to end their operations in the year 2019, and the Kenyan betting regulator claimed at the time that it was owed $586.4 million in unpaid taxes and this will give you an idea of how much the industry is making. Soccer is the most popular sport for betting…

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Africa World 

Calender Dynamism: A chance for the bookies to smile

– – The bookies are dominating the bane of sports marketing and betting all over the world and the bookies are relevant due to many options to bet on with the bettors. But this year will be the year the bookies all over the world have much laugh and profit to the bank with the aftermath economic effect and calendar altering of the coronavirus pandemic wave. The shrink in the calendar and the ultimate international break in club football even compound the stress of the players. But not all players…

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Africa Sports World 

Maximizing your winnings at slots with one simple strategy

– – As slot games are games based on luck, there is no absolute way in which you can guarantee yourself a win, but there are ways in which you can increase your likelihood. Depending on how you like to play, the type of slots games at www.666casino.com you prefer and your bankroll, should all be taken into consideration but there are some general rules that can help you. The most common is the following: Increase your Bet Size By altering the size of your bet and, if possible, doing…

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Africa Business East Africa World 

Kenya: Betting firm SportPesa sacks 400 staff

Betting firm SportPesa has sacked 400 of it’s employees in Kenya because it could no longer afford to pay them their salaries. The company has said that it’s business model has collapsed after the government imposed additional tax of 20 per cent on all revenues. On Wednesday the company’s Chief Executive Officer Ronald Karauri told employees at a meeting that that their services were no longer tenable. He later told a local radio station that “We have been keeping our employees on the payroll without generating revenue. It is really…

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