BETTING GHANA Betika Signs Partnership Deal with Asante Kotoko 2 months ago Adeleye Awakan Post Views: 175 Betika, a sports betting company with footprints in eight African countries, signs a partnership deal worth a Ghc 1.3m deal (about 250,000 USD$) with one of Ghana’s oldest football clubs Asante Kotoko for two years, effective from November 11, 2021. This deal grants Betika full rights as Kotoko’s official betting partner; within the period of the collaboration, Kotoko will receive a cash amount of GHc 630,000 per annum and equipment like balls, nets, and other sports equipment. The deal will nurture and improve the clubs’ visibility and help scout talent from other grassroots football activities. While announcing the partnership, Mr. Rupen Samani, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Betika, said: “Kotoko is the biggest club in Ghana, no doubt, and for us, it’s the third biggest club in Africa, and we are happy to have created this partnership.” The partnership, he said, confirms the company’s commitment to invest in the youth and the country through sports, arts, and culture, with football being a key focus. “Through this, we aim to improve the standards of the game as we nurture talent both at the grassroots and national level. We also believe that through the partnership, we can influence positive change among the youth through creating an atmosphere of talent and skills development in sports.” Above all, the company hopes that with the sponsorship, Kotoko will maintain its status as the most successful club in the history of the Premier League. The CEO of Kotoko, Nana Yaw Amponsah, lauded Betika for coming on board and was hopeful the partnership would ensure that both organizations have the best visibility. “The Porcupine warriors believe that this collaboration will go a long way towards not only easing the club’s financial obligations but also increasing the league’s monetary incentive.: – added Mr. Amponsah. Meanwhile, this is coming after the leading sports betting firm in Kenya recently signed a five-year sponsorship deal with one of Ethiopia’s football clubs Ethiopia Coffee; the sports betting company agreed to pay six million birrs (about 120,000 USD) for this season. Ethiopia Coffee football club will print the sports betting firm logo on the right chest of the player’s kit. According to the agreement’s details, the deal will be renewed every season and, based on the club performance, will play an essential role in increasing the sponsorship deal. Adeleye AwakanAuthor E-play Africa, sports betting reviews, thoughtful leardership articles in Africa gambling industry, marketing gaming platforms in Africa with strong networking relationship with gaming operators in Africa, Expertise in PR, marketing communication, and consultant on gaming in Africa. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Tags: Betica, Ghana, sportsbetting Continue Reading Previous Buhari’s N5k cash for subsidy could fuel sports bettingNext South African operator Hollywoodbets teams with Chalkline More Stories BETTING WORLD NEWS Brazil esports team sponsored by FC Barcelona, Lyon, La Liga and ESL 9 hours ago Iwo Bulski GHANA ONLINE Affilka by SOFTSWISS Launches a New Affiliate Program with JustBit.io 12 hours ago Samuel BETTING CAMEROON 1xbet Sponsor AFCON 2021 as Official Betting Partner 3 days ago Adeleye Awakan BETTING KENYA Odibets Launches Lucrative Promo Ahead Of AFCON 4 days ago Iwo Bulski BETTING SOUTH AFRICA SA’s favourite sports betting app 4 days ago Samuel BETTING MALAWI Malawi Approve New Sports Betting License 6 days ago Adeleye Awakan BETTING WORLD NEWS BtoBet: Horse racing a ‘must-have instance’ for UK market 1 week ago Iwo Bulski BETTING HOT NEWS African Cup of Nations 2022 Betting Guide 1 week ago Samuel BETTING KENYA King Kaka: Hip hop artist partners with Sportsbet as global ambassador 1 week ago Samuel BETTING GHANA Comparing the Online Betting Industries in Ghana and Nigeria 1 week ago Samuel BETTING SOUTH AFRICA Bet Your Way To A Winner 1 week ago Szarlot BETTING HOT NEWS Three things you may want to know before betting on the AFCON 1 week ago Samuel Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.