NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 16 – Christmas will come early for sports enthusiasts thanks to Pan-African gaming firm BetLion who are set to reward lucky winners with daily giveaways that include phones, television among other goodies.
Having promised to raise the standards of the game of sports in Kenya especially football that will see national soccer team Harambee Stars return to the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time since 2004, the company on Sunday rolled out a two-week daily draw for lucky winners till December 31.
For a chance to win, sports enthusiasts need to place a bet as many times as possible to be entered into the daily draw and visiting the BetLion website www.betlion.com.
Making the announcement, BetLion Kenya Managing Director Spencer Okach, said the draw is just a way of appreciating Kenyans for their support they have received so far after officially entering the Kenyan Market earlier this week.
“This special promotion is thus our way of appreciating our growing customer base for their massive support since we kicked off operations in Kenya. This Christmas season, BetLion is giving its customers chances to win amazing prizes everyday starting today December 17 to December 31. Lucky BetLion players will walk away with gifts such as Television, mobile phones, free playing stakes, tickets to concerts and much more,” Okach announced.
BetLion, the new betting company in the Kenyan market, has hit the ground running in the race to win more customers on its platform.
The betting firm also supports sports in Uganda where Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper and Cranes captain, Denis Onyango is the brand ambassador.
In Kenya, the company was welcomed by former Harambee Stars skipper veteran defender legendary Musa Otieno who graced the launch, urging the firm to make its presence through partnering with the Football Kenya Federation that runs the national women’s team Harambee Starlets as well as the junior teams.
The firm vowed to lift the face of sports in Kenya that includes all disciplines like rugby, volleyball and athletics as they look to take control of the betting jungle.