The National Lottery Authority and Luckweb Ghana have fulfilled their promise to Ghanaians by introducing three new exciting E-games; Keno, Pick 3 and Daywa Scratch to the lotto and gaming market.
Flashing lights, colourful characters, promises of riches. The machines were almost like an alien life form, and they soon grabbed the locals’ undivided attention. The source of this cosmic invasion? A place very far away. China.
Many gambling experts believe slot machine players think irrationally at times. If you are a frequent slot player, you may know what the experts are talking about. If not, you may have your head on straighter than the players who have irrational thoughts.
Ghana, officially the Republic of Ghana, is a sovereign unitary presidential constitutional democracy located in the subregion of West Africa.
One may want to ask: what is so menacing about football enthusiasts placing a bet as to whether Barcelona or Real Madrid will win or lose a match?
The West African nation Ghana, the first sub-Saharan African country to gain independence from colonial rule well known for its natural abundance in resource enriched, country possessing industrial minerals, gold, hydrocarbons and precious metal as well as crude oil recently discovered in the country.
Africa’s cryptocurrency industry has continued to grow as more people wake up to the massive opportunity that Bitcoin offers. This rise has been catalyzed by several factors including inefficient legacy financial systems and robust mobile money infrastructure.
Gideon Ahianyevi has been nicknamed Dangote, a reference to Africa’s richest man, after winning GH¢26,037.20 from a GH¢1 bet.
The online casino is not a new thing these days. Many people are using this online platform to make real-money by playing some exciting casino games on their gadgets.
Journalists from across Ghana will be heading to Accra and Kumasi for the maiden edition of the Betway Sports Writers Conference, which is being organised by the leading online sports betting company, Betway, with support from SWAG – the Umbrella Body of Sports Writers in Ghana.