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New sports betting platform berth in Nigeria

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A new sports betting company, Naija4Win, has joined the league of bookmaking companies operating in Nigeria.

Speaking at the unveiling of the company in Lagos, Operations Manager of the firm, Daniel Amaechi, said the company is different in its operations based on the uniqueness of its software, adding that the company has licensing partnerships in many states, including www.kokusbets.com in Enugu State.

“The Naija4Win team is passionate to create a world-class, professional and respected bookmaker that Nigeria has long deserved.

“The proprietary software is solely licensed to Naija Win Limited, and specifically developed for the Nigerian market, making Naija4win the first bookmaker in Nigeria that controls its own software. This format creates more trust with our customers.”

According to him, the shop betting experience is seamlessly linked to its web betting for both personal computers on www.naija4win.com and mobile betting on m.naija4win.com.

Amaechi disclosed that the idea is to either bet in the shops or just top up and bet from home or on the move, adding, “You can also bet using our online payment systems. If you want to create your betting slip before going to the shop, our codes are available online at http://terminals.naija4win.com/fixtures.”

Also speaking at the unveiling, the brand ambassador of the new betting platform, Dr. Alban Nwapa, said the organisation’s cutting edge include providing bonus for every five games along with 10 percent bonus wins recorded, paying online and transparency and a central server in Sweden.

He said: “Naija4Win has odds supplied from feeds that update 24/7 from around the world giving on average, the best prices in the market place. All other bookmakers in Lagos use the same odds supplier feeds, these are slower and therefore do not reflect true world price. This is why we can afford to have the highest odds on average.”



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