EXPERTS NIGERIA Nigeria – Offline gambling games 3 years ago Iwo Bulski Post Views: 2,111 Offline gambling games are those Nigerian games that do not require internet or WIFI to punt or place a bet. Many of these offline gambling games can be played physically at the Nigerian club, pub or local casinos. At Lagos you can find four awesome casinos to gamble offline games, similarly these can be found at Abuja, Ikeja, Owerri and various other cities in Nigeria. There are many types of offline gambling games to play and the common ones are slot machines, table games, poker games, Sports betting, lotteries and few others. Types of offline gambling games to play in Nigeria As said above there are various types of offline gambling games to play in Nigeria. Let’s see which offline gambling games are more popular in Nigeira and how they are played. Slot Machines Slot machines can be found at land based or local real casinos in Nigeria. The largest casino in the entire country of Nigeria is Federal Palace Hotel & Casino which is located in Lagos. Federal Palace Hotel & Casino has 10 table games, 106 gaming and video poker machines. In total there are 226 slot machines controlled by Lagos State Lotteries board (LSLB) and offer offline slot machines are various cities of Nigeria. These slot machines can be played in real time with N0.01 to N10 or more. Table Games Table games are another offline gambling games that can be played at real land casinos in Nigeria. You can play your favourite game like Black Jack and Hold’Em Poker or place your bets at an American Roulette table. Also there are few poker table available at real casinos where you need to physically go and enjoy these games. Lottery Games Nigerians love their lotto draws which is why the nation has a number of licensed and regulated lottery operators. The National Lottery Act of 2004 began regulating a national online lottery game, Lotto Nigeria. The aim of the Nigerian National Lottery is to raise funds for the development of National Sports and other good causes for the nation. To play the Nigerian Lotto you must pick 6 numbers between 1 and 49. Predict the winning numbers and you’ll win the jackpot. Predict 3,4 or 5 correct numbers and you’ll win the corresponding pay-out. The addition of Quick Lotto, another nationwide online lottery, is a Nigerian initiative with daily/weekly lotto draws and instant scratch games. These comprise daily Quick 5 lotto draws and a weekly Mega Hammer draw. A few of the most recognised lotteries in Nigeria include: Gab Lotto: This firm has point of sale (POS) terminals in shops and outlets throughout Nigeria. You can buy tickets for its fixed odds lottery a shot at winning large jackpots. Its games comprise Banker, Three (3) Direct (NAP3), Two Sure (NAP2) and Permutation. Gab Lotto works closely with federal and state lottery boards to ensure transparency and responsible play is practiced in the lottery industry. Anambra State Gaming Company: Launched in 2016 as a joint venture between the Anambra State Government and Global Gaming Co. Ltd, the ASGC is the official gaming operator of Nigeria’s Anambra state. It operates state lotteries, sports betting, raffle, pools, slots, casinos and various other gaming offerings. Superior Games Ltd: This Nigerian gaming company is licensed under the Lagos State Lotteries Law 2004, and regulated by the Lagos State Lotteries Board. It has two main brands – Big Games and Superior Bet. Big Games consists of 3 fixed odds lottery games: Super Games, Mega Millions and Global Games, while Superior Bet allows punters to bet on various sports, including virtual dog and horse racing, and tennis, basketball and football matches. Also enjoy offline Lagos Premier Lotto, premier lotto Abuja, “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” and various offline lottery games. Premier Lotto Limited popularly called Baba Ijebu is a gaming company that offers lotto services and betting on major sporting events operating in Nigeria. You can buy lottery tickets from your nearest lottery retailer and play lotteries. Sports betting There are various sports to bet offline. Sports betting is big business in Nigeria, where people can wager on sports in betting shops or over the phone at various Nigerian sportsbooks. Football betting is particularly popular, as is basketball, tennis, cricket and other local and international sporting events. Betland is one of Nigeria’s most popular domestic bookmakers, with over 100 betting shops nationwide. As a regulated Nigerian betting firm, it allows you to place bets at any of its shops in person or via its online betting platform. Winasbet is another major Nigerian sports betting operator, with 110 outlets in Aba, Abuja, Benue, Calabar, Eboyin, Eket, Enugu, Ikot Epene, Ilorin, Lagos, Nassarawa, Port Harcourt, Suleja, Uyo and Warri. It offers a host of betting lines for football, virtual football and other sports. Also there is Naija Bet, 1960 Bet, MerryBet, Bet9ja and Baba Ijebu that offers various offline sports betting to Nigerian punters. You can do sports betting at any local bettors shop by buying the physical bet slip with real Naira. Besides these there are many other local sports or traditional games to place bets offline. Even Nigerians love to stake their real Naira at MMM and other Ponzi Schemes. Therefore there is no dearth of offline gambling games in Nigeria. All you need is real money, confidence and proper guidance to play these offline games. Finally it is always advisable to play and gamble wisely sticking to your budget that you can risk in these games. 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