Do you know what brings together all those people around the globe? No, it’s not Coronavirus, but their love for the Internet. The Internet, that “entity” that allows us to watch endless hours of Netflix, talk with our loved ones that are stuck in quarantine too and discover some new filters on Snapchat. Fan of […]
Sports betting is an extremely profitable business in Nigeria, with roughly 60 million Nigerians between the ages of 18 and 40 involved in active sports betting. Reports say on average, these punters spend around N3,000 every day on bets.
Bet shop owners in Nigeria have raised the alarm over the devastating effect of coronavirus (COVID-19), on their businesses.
Africa’s largest economy braces for the big hit as oil prices plummet. On the 12th of March 2020, the Nigerian dollar bonds sank to record lows stocks a four year low, as fears grow over the devaluation of the naira currency.
Nigeria has the strongest economy in Africa and has always stood out as more or less financially stable compared to some neighbouring countries. As the technological revolution is blooming around the continent, the Nigerians also want to become a part of it. Especially the youth, that is taking increasingly bigger interests in all things tech, […]
Owners of sport betting outlets and football viewing centers across Nigeria are recounting their losses following the suspension of major sporting activities around the globe because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Interwetten has entered the African market for the first time, after receiving a license to offer sports betting in Nigeria.
The Nigerian gambling sector has been marked by a new partnership struck between the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and the Nigerian National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC).
The Nigerian National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC) and the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) have struck a new partnership fight “unscrupulous companies” in the country’s gambling industry.
If there’s a place where cryptocurrencies draw significantly more attention than anywhere else right now, it has to be Nigeria. Africa’s largest economy is driven by its oil exports, expanding manufacturing, financial services, communications and information technology sectors, but also by a tech-savvy generation that asks Google about Bitcoin more than its peers in other