For better or worse, what once seemed magical—the internet and its offspring—has become ubiquitous. Now another digital innovation is beginning to feel a lot like social media did a decade ago.
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.
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.
Africa’s quest for cashless economy gains massive momentum over the last decade, with a host of African countries are doing every means to promote cashless economy in its territory, has cashless economy will further bring transparency to governments transactions, reduce corruption in the continent which has been the bedrock of African struggles over the last […]
Are African Esports ready to explode, while there has always been an audience for esports and competitive Video games, several trends have come together in the last decade to push this industry over the edge, still the eSports gambling sector still remained the untapped industry in Africa.
People are to be banned from using credit cards to place bets in an attempt to curb problem gambling, the Gambling Commission in Britain has disclosed.
The online casino industry was one of the first industries to start accepting cryptocurrencies. The blockchain technology that cryptocurrencies operate on worked well with the online casino industry as online gamblers wanted to maintain their anonymity and not disclose their personal or financial information.
The continuous popularity of the Internet has made most things available online, including gambling. Apart from going to a land-based casino, you can now play your favorite games on the web using your mobile device or computer.
For football-focused Nigeria, the confirmation that one of the leading sports betting brands 1xBet has been granted a full National Licence in the country until 2024 is a major coup for players, operators and Nigerian sports clubs alike.
1xBet has added a new betting market to its portfolio as the operator continues to develop new markets that might appeal to a wider demographic than the regular sports offering.