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Odibets launches new user-friendly, easy to navigate app to cash in on football return

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 29 – Kenyan betting site Odibets has decided to cash in on the return of football following the COVID-19 pandemic enforced halt by launching a new user-friendly app to enable punters place their stakes in an easier and friendlier manner.

All major European leagues have resumed action, with the Bundesliga already having finished their season and Bayern Munich declared champions. The popular English Premier League as well as the Spanish La Liga with its intriguing title race has elicited excitement among football fans and avid punters.

Odibets Country Marketing Manager Aggrey Sayi says the new App is a way of appreciating their clients who have been faithfully placing their stakes on the site which also currently partners the Football Kenya Federation in sponsoring the grassroot leagues.

“We have launched the Odibets app as a reward to our loyal punters who have been with us all through. The new app has various interesting features that have made betting easy for the common mwananchi,” Sayi commented.

The App has features like streaming live games, sharing bet slips, light and dark mode options and four virtual leagues that will keep punters on toes.

The app also pushes instant notifications on games; punters place their bets and follow up on bets they placed. To top it all up, one gets a Sh50 bonus for the first cash bet of Sh30 and above on the app.

The launch of the App follows on Odibets virtual betting platform that gained lots of popularity when football was stopped by the pandemic.

The return of football has however opened up more options and revived the betting industry which was one of those hugely affected with the stoppages caused by the pandemic.

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