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OnlineRefpredictor Interactive Limited, an indigenous online betting outfit, has launched an online prediction football betting system, which i9t says will provide Nigerians a different version of the international betting system.

The online betting system commences this month.

Speaking in Lagos at the weekend, president of ReFpredictor, Dare Lawanson, said the organisation decided to create a forum for Nigerians to interact and predict games in a league format to promote social and analytical betting.

He revealed that aside predicting games in the English Premier League (EPL) and other top leagues in the world, Nigerians would also have the opportunity to predict the results in the Nigeria Premier League (NPL).

“ReFpredictor is a new online football betting system that enables people bet online in a league format. To play, the participant needs to log on to our website, www.refpredictor.com, and pay the sum of N200 to register for a game or pay N13,500 for a session.

“This gives him the opportunity to predict the result of matches and other activities that take place in a particular match. This involves six matches per game.

“Nigerian clubs will also be featured in the prediction every week. Any point earned by each participant is accumulated till the end of the session. International participants are not allowed to predict; only Nigerians from 18 years and above male and female are eligible to play.”

Speaking at the event, Director of National lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), Adolphus Ekpe, explained that the commission decided to support Refpredictor Limited because of the unique feature of local content designed in the betting system.

He implored Nigerians to participate in the betting system, saying that it would go a long way to create jobs and social interaction among people in the area of football.


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