Imagine this headline: ‘Resident of Uganda wins biggest lottery prize in the world’. Sounds like a fairy tale? Amazingly, this scenario could actually come true and what’s more, the winner of the $277 million USD Powerball jackpot could be you!
The Nigerian National Lottery Regulatory Commission has prohibited the operation, promotion and sale of tickets of all unapproved foreign lottery games after multiple instances of operators failing to pay players’ winnings.
Senegal is a West African country with population of just over 15 million residents, an ancient colony of France. The major ethnic group language is Wolof, and 96 percent Islamic people.
London-based video virtual sports specialist Highlight Games Limited has secured a new agreement with Sisal Loterie Maroc to supply its flagship SOCCERBET single match product.
Six North African startups have been named winners of the African App Launchpad Cup in Cairo, sharing US$60,000 in grant funding.
A Kenyan report on possible constitutional changes in the nation has recommended private betting industry be shut down and replaced with a state-sponsored national lottery.
Kenya’s sports betting operators could find themselves out of business if the government listens to the recommendations contained in a new report.
This lucky Lottoland punter quite literally managed to “clean-up”, when she placed a fixed-odds lotto bet on one of Europe’s biggest cash prizes.
The National Lottery Authority(NLA) led by the Director-General, Hon. Kofi Osei-Ameyaw on Friday, 15th November 2019 received a Government Delegation from the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire(Ivory Coast) at the Authority’s Headquarters in Accra.
GroundUp sent the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) questions on the National Lottery Commission’s sudden decision to no longer publish the names of its beneficiaries. But DTI spokesman Sidwell Medupe told us rather to focus on the Investment Summit in Johannesburg.