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Africa 12-02-2020

1xBet and eSports legends Natus Vincere signs partnership

The international gaming and betting company 1xBet join arms with famous eSports organisation Natus Vincere (NAVI). This massive partnership is set to run for a minimum of 1 year. Both parties have entered the partnership feeling extremely excited and positive that this is an excellent union for both brands. NAVI CEO, Yevhen Zolotarov has said […]

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Africa 07-02-2020

1xBet scoop betting platform of the year

At a well organized ceremony at the fabulous Savoy Hotel in London, 1xBet managed to receive one of the most prestigious awards of the night at the 2020 International Gaming Awards – “Sports Betting Platform of the Year”. This is truly an indication of 1xBet’s intention of becoming one of the strongest betting sites in […]

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Africa 31-01-2020

1XBet presents FC Barcelona promotion

In 2019 FC Barcelona presented 1XBet as one of their new global partners, which essentially means we will see 1XBet and FC Barcelona on exciting promotions and advertising moving forward. 1XBet presents a new promotion that will definitely interest all football fanatics out there. From the first of January until the first of May, all […]

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Africa 16-01-2020

New African Crypto Gaming Platform Set To Launch

Canadian blockchain development company ZeU has partnered with Kamari Coin, a digital currency focused on Africa, to build a blockchain-powered online gaming and lottery platform that caters to the African market. With global online lottery revenue estimated to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8% between 2017 and 2023, and to generate […]

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Africa 27-12-2019

New Tax Laws for Nigerian Sports Betting

Sports betting has never been more popular than it is right now, across much of the African continent. This includes Nigeria, where around 60 million bettors between the ages of 18 and 40 regularly engage in the activity. Now the government is starting to see the value of regular gambling taxation. Recent Betting Industry Growth […]

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Africa 20-12-2019

Ghana’s New “Sports Betting King”

On the 11th and 12th of December the biggest trend on Ghana Twitter was a young banker named Oswald. While many other Ghanaian sports bettors also had a successful Wednesday evening and posted the news on Twitter, none of them did quite as well as the young man who calls himself “Limitless Oswald” and goes […]

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Africa 09-12-2019

Kenya’s Private Betting Sector Faces Shutdown

In the latest news of Kenya’s tumultuous gambling industry, the private betting sector faces possible shutdown. This, along with several other recommendations about various issues, is what has been suggested by a recent report on possible changes to the country’s constitution. Kenya’s Gambling Overhaul Like many African countries, Kenya is currently dealing with a burgeoning […]

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Africa 29-11-2019

Tanzania Introduces Gaming Act Amendments

New Gambling Regulation Amendments in Tanzania Tanzania’s gambling regulations have been amended, allowing the Gaming Board to approve advertisements for different gambling products. The government passed the revision to Section 51 of the Gaming Act in late October 2019, following the advertising ban on all electronic media that was applied in January. The amendments, which […]

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Africa 27-11-2019

Sports Betting in Zambia Hits New High

Zambian Sports Betting at All-Time High All forms of gambling in Zambia are more popular and widespread than they have ever been, but sportsbooks are growing particularly fast. The country’s traditional economic mainstays are mining and tourism but, as with so many other African nations right now, the online sports betting business is booming. Land-based […]

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Africa 24-11-2019

Technology Aiding Responsible Gambling

Tech Advances Promote Responsible Gambling Problem gambling is an issue around the world, including in African countries. Technology continues to develop at a rapid rate, and is responsible for the explosion of gambling activities, and thus for at least part of the worldwide problem with irresponsible gambling behaviours. Now however, it seems tech could also […]

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