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You play on our platform, you win, we pay. No stories. Bet9ja’s reputation is based on prompt payment and our players know this. He did not reveal the details of the winner for confidentiality purposes. In Nigeria’s commercial nerve centre, Lagos, shanty wooden structures with a number of benches, a television and a satellite dish are common sight. These venues, popularly called ‘viewing centres’, offer a bulk of the football-mad population in the city a chance to watch the European football league games, usually for less than a dollar. As the popularity of these matches grew in the early 2000s, so did the presence of these viewing centres.
The default business model sees the companies set up shop in a central working office while seeking to establish a wide network of affiliate agents who open brick and mortar shops where customers can come in to place bets. For their part in the business chain, affiliate shop owners, or agents as they are formally known, earn commissions on the bets placed in their shops. While the offline component thrives, sports betting companies also operate an online business model exploiting Nigeria’s internet penetration. Last month, the Nigerian Communications Commission announced that internet users in the country had reached 97 million.
With more than half of the country online, betting companies recognize the need to establish viable online operations. For this purpose, websites are set up for punters to open personal accounts from which they conduct transactions ranging from depositing funds into an online wallet, placing bets and transferring winnings earned from bets to their bank accounts. While some companies explore both models aggressively, others like NairaBet simply choose to remain predominantly online models thus sidestepping the financial and logistical implications of setting up and running a large-scale offline model. 50,000) from regulators. Even though the cost of kick-starting operations is high, betting firms still require deep pockets to pay out winnings from punters which can sometimes run into hundreds of millions in a single weekend, cumulatively.
In fact, the inability to pay up promptly after big wins has been known to cause major embarrassment for betting companies and on some occasions, eventual closure. 3.5m) in winning bets. To its credit, BetNaija paid promptly- a feat that cannot be matched by some other firms. However, weekends like those are few and far between and more often than not, the betting companies make healthy profits and record enviable numbers. Clearly, the business landscape is changing rapidly as betting firms compete aggressively for market share. According to Adebajo of Stakersden, betting companies with real goals of domination can no longer play small.
The need for innovation has seen companies seek ways to make betting easier and less restrictive for punters as live phone betting services have been launched. Stakersden has also recently launched a new service in collaboration with leading telecoms firms. While some think the Nigerian market is already saturated and can no longer evolve, Adebajo says the next stage of evolution will be fuelled by foreign investment. With some big companies running nationwide operations, while other focus on maximizing their reach regionally, the industry has created thousands of jobs directly and indirectly. Big companies have staff strength running into hundreds but through their associate networks, they offer agents a source of livelihood through affiliate partnerships as they earn money through commissions. Joseph Chukwu, a graduate and shop owner in Ikorodu, says sport betting has been a lifesaver.
Adebajo thinks the employment issues and high rate of poverty means that the chance to earn a living from sports betting can hardly be ignored. Adebajo’s sentiments are backed by the many instances when Nigerians have fallen victim to fraudulent multi-level marketing and pyramid schemes. Given the legitimacy of sport betting, its appeal is ostensible. In less than a decade, the sport betting industry has grown vastly and become not just a source of income for many Nigerian punters but also large job creation vehicle. The choice of celebrating with friends after winning in football betting has claimed it first casualty in Calabar as a man dies after being poisoned while drinking with friends.
A Brainnews NG source gathered that one Mr. Orok who won 2million Naira at Bet9ja, a football betting company in Calabar died after celebrating with friends at a drinking joint. Mr. Orok (Surname withheld) who was also a staff of Bet9ja mobile was poisoned by an unknown human who claimed to be his friend, thereby terminating the future of this young man. According to a closed friend, Orok died after vomiting blood. The deceased is a native of Calabar South, a local government in Cross River State and resides in Mount Zion Lane. He was buried on the early hours of Tuesday, August 23 2016 at the Goldie Cemetery.
Brainnews NG extends her condolence message to the deceased family and prays for God to give them the grace to bear the lost. In recognition of their partronage and dedication to making Bet9ja Nigeria’s number one sports betting company, the company honoured some outstanding staff and agents during its 2015 End-of-the-year party and awards night in Lagos . In what was a highly thrilling and well organised event, staff, agents and customers of KC Gaming Network, operators of Bet9ja mobile, went home with various gifts and also received awards in various categories. We congratulate all our lucky winners that emerged over the weekend. We assure them that we will never fail to pay their winnings in line with our promise to them.
In less than two years of doing sports betting business in Nigeria, Bet9ja has displayed a high sense of integrity through prompt payment of winnings. He assured all agents and punters that they will continue to serve them with a high sense of responsibility. In our special report this week, we look at the cultural force the gambling has become for a helpless citizenry. Nigerians love their football. Local or international. Everyone knows that. And in the past few years, they have been putting their monies where their mouths are. But betting is not limited to football only. In 2015, punters placed their bets on the outcome of the Nigerian presidential elections. The outcome of the 2013 conclave, which saw the emergence of Pope Francis I after the resignation of his predecessor, was betted on.
As the American election draws closer, punter will also be interested in betting on who will win the election. In today’s world, everything can be gambled on. Adekunle Adeniji, Manager of Virtual games at Betnaija and owner of several betting shops, explains to me. Punters predict the outcome of a particular game, often stacking money on a particular event occurring during a march. Possible events to bet for in a game include: the final score, a draw, first to score, throw in, time of goal score, first to foul, amongst several other possible events in a game. On the surface it appears to be a game of luck - almost like throwing a dice - but Adeniji points out that betting is all about skill and deep understanding of the game.
Correct predictions are rewarded with monetary winnings depending on the odds of the event predicted occurring in a game and the amount of money stacked. The odds are multiplied against the amount staked to arrive the prize money. While most seasoned punters and gamers agree that not all punters will actually make money from bets, earning money from football games is an opportunity most football enthusiasts cannot pass up. Other forms of betting, like pool and lotto, have existed before the introduction of modern sports gaming as we know it. In a few years, sports gaming have successfully eclipsed all other forms of betting both in the amount of revenue generated and the number of people it attracts. Springing up in several locations within urban and rural communities are retail sports betting shops that serve as affiliates for betting companies - a sort of middlemen between the companies and punters.
Aided by the massive increase in internet penetration within Nigeria, punters can now eliminate the middlemen and place their bets directly on the website of companies. But Ajegbile says that even though the "online penetration has really helped the industry," a vast majority of bets placed aren’t done online but through the retail outlets of the betting shops. He estimated a ratio of 70:30 for offline (through retail shops) and online betting. Who wants to be a millionaire? And Ajibile sees nothing wrong in any of it, for an industry that he claims has employed over 10,000 Nigerians - and created millionaires, literally overnight. Indeed, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), in 2014, estimated that about 60 million Nigerians bet over N1.4 billion daily.
But as Ademola Adebajo, CEO of Stakersden, told Ventures Africa in 2015, punters stake about five billion naira daily. Let that sink in. In Lagos, 10 million naira is the maximum possible win but outside of the state, the maximum is 50 million. A regulated market checkmates gambling addiction by having companies monitor the betting pattern of punters and ensure that punters do not bring fraudulent money into the system. In 2015, parts of the DTF was used by the state government to purchase three helicopters, fifteen armored personnel carriers (APCs), two gunboats, 165 vehicles and others security equipment at a cost of N4.765 for the state police. 69.9 million in 2019, making it the fastest growing sector in Nigeria. The report predicted that the industry will also outgrow the gambling industry in Kenya and South Africa.
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