Nigeria’s National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC) has awarded sports betting licences to Betwinner and Bet24hrs, amid efforts to expand the country’s regulated lottery and gaming industry.
Sports betting is quickly becoming the No. 1 pastime activity for many people the world over. This activity transcends age, gender, race, culture, political affiliation, and many other boundaries.
Online gaming in Zimbabwe is on the rise. The country is seeing a huge boost in the number of people who are turning to eSports for entertainment, which means it is following in the footsteps of other African neighbours.
The West African country Togo, officially the Togolese Republic is a small country boarded by Ghana, Benin and Burkina Faso that extends to the Gulf of Guinea. The population of over 8 million residents 41.2 per cent live in urban areas according to Statista. The country gained its independence from France in 1960, and became […]
Gambling in South Africa had always been banned since when the country was under the Dutch colony. Despite the negative attitude towards gambling, there was always a hope that this would change.
Formula One team Racing Point has ended its title sponsorship with Kenyan bookmaker SportPesa due to ‘home market difficulties,’ according to team leader Otmar Szafnauer of the group. Racing Point had initially signed a multi-year title sponsorship with SportPesa prior to the 2019 F1 season, described as the biggest sponsorship pledge ever by the Kenyan […]
Ethiopia is located in the Horn of Africa, in northeast Africa, sharing a large border with Eritrea. Ethiopia is a landlocked country, meaning it has no coastline.
Evolution Gaming, one of the leading software developers in the field of live casino games, has recently been awarded a National Manufacturer license that allows it to enter the gambling market of South Africa.
As frustrations towards existing payment solutions in Africa rise, many of its residents have increasingly been turning to cryptocurrency. For instance, according to reports from 2019, 10.7% of all South Africans possess some form of cryptocurrency, with 7-8% of Ghana and Nigeria’s populations holding Bitcoin and altcoins.
The term digital platforms enable a data-driven world rather than a process-driven world. The digital platform handles an end-to-end business process necessary to achieve the improved experience for bettors in the gambling space, as well as employees, and partners in the industry.