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Anyone read this article??

Saturday night was a memory one for soccer fans drawn from throughout the united states by sports betting Bet9ja, outfit, to see the unveiling of its own corporate gaming platform. Tagged 'Buffs Night out,' the occasion saw soccer fans mingling with some former internationals among others.

The roll call additionally included the first vice president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Seyi Akinwunmi, Chairman Bet9ja, Kunle Soname, and ace comic, Seyi Law. Speaking at the big event, the company's Chief Executive Officer, Ayo 'Chucks' Ojuroye, stated that the occasion was aimed at appreciating the fans loyalty to the brand that was Bet9ja , in addition to introducing the newest innovations in the bet sector.

The buffs are the main performers and they're important to our achievements, so we dimmed serve them better and also it appropriate to expand them our understandings by coordinating this event. We've introduced the corporate stakes as well as the idea is to empower without always going to our representatives within their outlets, some Nigerians to place their bets.

It makes it suitable and simpler for them to follow up their passion with benefits from our business. "Bet9ja now have factory outlets in 23 states and we expecting to have more in different parts of the country prior to the finish of the year." In recognition of dedication and their patronage to making Bet9ja Nigeria's number one sports betting Bet9ja, firm, honoured agents and some outstanding staff in Lagos during its 2015 Ending of the year celebration and Awards night .

Former Super Eagles forward, Victor Ikpeba was among some of the dignitaries at the big event. In what was a tremendously thrilling and well organised event, the staff, customers and agents operators of Bet9ja, of KC Gaming Network, went house with various presents as well as received awards in several classes.

In his address, Ayo Ojuroye, the Chief Executive Officer, praised the business's customers and representatives for his or her dedication and commitment in 2015. "We are very happy together with your performance in 2015, thus the necessity to appreciate your time and effort. Without your hard-work and commitment, we will not be here today. Staff, brokers, customers and you have done absolutely nicely and we really thank you for this. We're excited that in leaps and leap, Bet9ja mobile has grown through your efforts

The Executive Chairman of the business, Honourable Kunle Soname, presented the award to the Worker of the Entire Year to Ernest Abanum while Akin Akerele won the award for the Manager of the Year. Ace comic, Seyi Law, thrilled guests rib-cracking jokes to the delight of the guests, while music fan's favourite, Sean Tizzle held the crowd spell bound together with the rendition of numerous tracks from his top of the hit album, 'Loke Loke'

Then the performance of Oritsefemi had everyone on their feet as the guests along with Igbeyawo and his Wahala track. Buoyed by the huge success of its operations in the South West zone that has seen it emerge as the number one sports betting company after merely a year of operation, Bet9ja has concluded plans to improve its operational base in the south south region and the East.

According to the chief Executive Officer of the firm Ayo Ojuroye," we plan to always raise out operations in the nook and crannies of the country. Thus, we have concluded plans to open more offices in the east and the south south area of the united states.

We also hope to employ more agents across the country in order that our customers can have our representative at their beck and call. We recognize the strategic significance of the area to our business and we wish to empower plenty of men and women as well.

We now have made individuals that were jobless millionaires according to their, passion, we've taken our company to new heights also it can only get better"

Bet9ja was started last year with all the aim of rewarding individuals through their passion for sports. Where it's appeared as the very best sports betting business in Nigeria, buoyed by its own success in the last couple of years, the management of Bet9ja mobile has vowed to keep up the tempo, having a promise to always reward its agents and pay bonus rapidly.

And staff that is faithful and dedicated agents. We feel obliged to encourage agents and our staff with this end of the year celebration and awards to show our deep appreciation for employment well done. We're

Ojuroye further said, "some of our agents are dedicated, loyal and hardworking. Among them, Dave epitomizes what all other representatives ought to be. We recognize him as the most consistent representative of Bet9ja mobile a few of the representatives are very diligent and we are extremely proud of their achievements in the outgoing year." Faludi is included by a number of these honoured at the event with more that 28 stores across the united states.

Additionally talking, Chairman of Bet9ja, honest Kunle Soname said: "Our strength lies in our customers and staff. We value their work and efforts to make Bet9ja the number one sports betting business in Nigeria. Some of our representatives like Bola Ojuroye have achieved a feat even with her disability." Several of the staff honoured comprise Ayeni Joseph,, Mary Chinyere and Kunle Adeniji.

1997 African-Player-of-the-Year, Victor Ikpeba, has thrown his weight behind sports betting firm, Bet9ja, in its quest to help grow the Nigerian domestic professional football. Speaking in the unveiling of Bet9ja in Lagos yesterday, Ikpeba who's the brand ambassador said he elected to be a part of the endeavor due to the credibility of the people managing it.

"The people behind Bet9ja are credible people to work with. I admire their courage to help grow the national league in our country. I'm proud to be their brand ambassador," observed the former Super Eagles forward who's a routine match analyst for pay television channel, SuperSport.

Ikpeba known as the Prince of Monaco with Monaco FC in the French Ligue 1 during his stint, declared while playing professional football, that he tried his luck. From what I've seen of Bet9ja and their operation in Nigeria, they have been the industry leader and are extremely credible to do business with," he noted

"We have placed our company as the top sports betting company in Nigeria. We have full complement of technical support from employees well grounded in the business all over the world.

Amongst factors that's giving them the advantage over others in the sports betting company in the united states, Bet9ja that began operations over six months ago is flaunting its product superiority, integrity and trust with asset base in the excess of N500m.

Chairman of Remo Stars FC, Kunle Soname, expressed his happiness to associate Bet9ja. "As the chairman of the advertising committee of the Nigerian National League, I know what this means to seek patrons. From the shirt sponsorship deal my team has entered into with Bet9ja, I can vouch the company is here to help change sports sponsorship in the nation.

General Manager of Lagos State Lotteries Board, while commending the firm Lanre Gbajabiamila who was present at the launching, guaranteed to ensure that Bet9ja keep to the provisions of their licence to make sure that the sport gaming public stay happy.

As the sole firm that accepts wagers on the Nigerian national league, Bet9ja mobile Bet9ja also rely on results from La Liga, the English Premier League along with other European leagues for business in addition to stakes on basketball and Formula One. The fun-packed occasion had in attendance coaches, ex-internationals, pundits, sport administrators and top notch comedians.

In a short chat with all the media, the business's Chief Executive Officer, Ayo 'Chucks' Ojuroye, said the event was aimed at appreciating the devotees devotion to the brand that was Bet9ja in addition to make use of the occasion to introduce the brand new innovations in the stake business.

His words: "The fans are the primary actors plus they are important to our achievements, so we dimmed it appropriate to expand our grasps to them by organizing this event as well as serve them better.

"We've introduced the corporate bets and the idea would be to empower some Nigerians to place their stakes without necessarily going to our representatives in their own outlets. It makes it easier and suitable for them to follow up their passion with rewards from our business.

He also declared that Bet9ja mobile is expecting to get more in other parts of the state prior to the finish of the entire year and now have factory outlets in 23 states. The Lagos State Government at the weekend said it had prosecuted over 50 suspects engaging in illegal lotteries operations in the state.

The state government thus warned that it could bring the total weight of the law against any operator from the Lagos State Lotteries Board without formal licence. Chief Executive Officer of the board, Mr. Lanre Gbajabiamila revealed this in a statement on Friday, noting that the state government would no longer permit illegal lotteries operations in the state.

According to him, over 50 suspects have already been arrested and prosecuted in the past from the Lotteries Board for participating in prohibited Lottery operations in the state. He added that security operatives "have been mandated to go all out in the metropolis and arrest anyone found operating without permit and authorisation in the state lotteries board."

Gbajabiamila insisted the board "remained the only statutory regulatory body for lottery and associated activities in the state." He clarified that the board was established by the Lagos State Lotteries Law 2004 (as amended) and authorized to permit and controls gaming activities conducted within the state.

He explained that the board issue nor recognizes 'sports lottery license/permit' or 'promotional lottery permits' by whatsoever name called within the state for operations. Gbajabiamila hence advised members of the public against patronizing prohibited operators.

He listed some of recognised licensed operators allowed "to run lottery and associated tasks in Lagos State to incorporate Premier Lotto Limited (Babaijebu), Victor Golden Chance Ventures Limited (Golden Chance lotto), Winlot Global Resources Ventures Limited (Winlot), Superior Games Limited (Big Games) and Softplug Gaming Nigeria Limited."

Others are Get Elevation Nigeria Limited (Nairabet), Victor Bookmakers Nigeria Limited (1960wager), Marawin Limited (Sportybet), KC Gaming Networks Limited (Bet9ja), ChessPlus International Limited (Surebet247), Merry Bet Gold Limited (Merrybet).
The Nigeria Women Football League has concluded arrangements to partner the KC Gaming Network, proponents of the Bet9ja mobile , as the title sponsors of the league.

Revealing this after meeting with the management of the company in Lagos, the Chairman of the Nigeria Women Football League Chief Mrs) Dilichukwu Onyedinma said all the arrangements have been concluded for signing of the memorandum of understanding.

"Discussions have reached the final stage with KC Gaming Network, the owners Bet9ja to come into the League as our title sponsors for the Nigeria Women Premier League. We have been discussing with them, and there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel. We are now set to make it public and the Memorandum of Understanding would soon be signed. This is a good thing for our Women Football League, and whatever that accrues from the deal will go a long way to reduce the burden of our clubs. I want to thank our various clubs for their patience and support; and to the Chairman of the KC Gaming Network, Mr. Kunle Soname for believing in women football in the country".

In his statement, the Chairman of KC Gaming Network, Mr. Kunle Soname described the Nigeria Women Football teams as the most successful among all the national football teams in the country. "It is no gainsaying that our girls have been the most successful among all our national teams. They have been to the entire FIFA Women World Cup finals from inception in 1991 to date; they once played up to the quarter finals in USA 1999. They have been to virtually all the Olympics except the 2012 Games in London. They have dominated the African scene, winning the Africa Women Championship seven times, and the age grade teams are not doing badly, with the U-20 girls playing in all FIFA World Cup finals since inception in 2002 and reaching the final twice.

"These are no mean achievements, and we felt that the best thing we can do as an organization is to support the League that has been producing these players that have been positively projecting the image of this country. This is our little way of giving back to the society and also ensuring that the girls are further empowered through the game of football.

He further revealed that signing of the agreement would be in a matter of days, after all the paper works must have been completed.
The stage is set for the 2015 edition of the Nigerian Sports Award holding today, Friday November, 20, 2015 at the Marquee, Oceanview, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos from 6pm prompt.

The award gala night, which is the fourth in a row, is expected to be attended by top shots in the Nigerian sports circle including the Honorable Minister for Youth and Sports, Barrister Solomon Danlong, the Director General of the National Sports Commission, Nigerian past and present athletes as well as Nigerian sports fans.

Speaking on the preparations for today’s event, the spokesperson for the award and Executive Director, Unmissable Incentives Limited, Mr. Kayode Idowu, stated that all hands are on deck for a bigger and better Nigerian Sports Award ceremony which promises to be more glamorous than the previous editions.

"We are very proud to inform you that all is now set for the fourth edition of the Nigerian Sports Award. We are indeed elated over the quality of dignitaries who are not only confirmed but are already in Lagos for the award" he said. Idowu urged all invited guests, nominees and the media to be at the venue at 6pm prompt as there will be noroom for ‘African time’.

‘’This is because the programme will be aired live by Supersports on Channel 209 (Supersports 9) from 7pm.and beamed to millions of sports loving individuals not only in Nigeria but the entire African community and beyond’’ he added.

Idowu also used the opportunity to commend Bet9ja – Nigeria’s leading sports betting company for their continued sponsorship and support as a major partner to the Nigerian Sports Award.
In the commercial nerve centre in Nigeria, Lagos, shanty wooden constructions using a number of a television, benches and also a satellite dish are common sight. These venues, popularly called 'seeing centers', provide a bulk of the football-mad population in the city an opportunity to see the European football league games, generally for significantly less than a dollar. Thus did the existence of these viewing centres as the popularity of these matches grew in the early 2000s.

With enthusiastic fans, these areas are often packed on match-days rooting for his or her favourite teams but more lately, buffs might be noticed by a sharp observer at seeing centres and sporting replica jerseys - a 'ticket'. Tickets are printed copies of chosen games on which bets are put as sport gambling has become very popular and since late 2012, they have become much more prominent in the Nigerian football landscape. Despite the notion that sport betting kicked off in Nigeria only recently, the most early sport gambling businesses recorded their very first entry to the marketplace in 2007.

Generally, sport gambling includes punters predicting the outcome of matches and getting their bets to correspond with all the stakes. The stakes are rewarded with winnings that were stipulated if the predictions are right. In Nigeria, where there are millions of incredibly passionate football enthusiasts, sport wagering has located its proverbial dwelling.

Ultimately, fans began to explore the true chance of not just seeing football but also earning profits from these games played thousands of miles away. For enthusiasts who watch football the ability to make money out of it's presented an opportunity too great to pass up.

Normally, enthusiasts are utilized to hosting heated discussions on the gigantic weekly wages in their favourite footballers but that dialog on its head has turned. As the sport has changed into a viable income source, football buffs discuss their earnings from stakes. Every other weekend, gaming firms pronounce big winnings from bets placed with sums as low as N100 (50 cents)

The chance for raking in millions from sums that are meagre is motivation for punters throughout the country to bet on a daily basis and because of this, gaming numbers that are extremely notable are recorded by companies. CEO of Stakersden, Ademola Adebajo, a top betting business in Lagos, endeavors that daily stakes run into billions of Naira.

Punters in the country are seeing this as a source of daily bread and it's also not unusual to find out folks appropriating a specific amount for gambling daily," Adebajo said.

Despite Nigeria's high amounts of poverty and unemployment, punters cut regardless of making abilities. Based on Adebajo, low income earning punters spend between N200 ($1) and N1000 ($5) on bets while high income earners, tagged 'big ticket customers' spend thousands more, although these big ticket customers are firmly in the minority.

Lately, as Nigeria is becoming a profitable marketplace, get market share to various amounts of success and sports betting firms have sought to latch on.

The default business model sees the businesses set up shop in a fundamental working office while trying to create a broad network of affiliate brokers who start mortar and brick stores where clients can come in to place bets. For their part in the company chain, affiliate shop owners, or brokers as they're officially known, earn commissions on the wagers put in their stores. Sports betting businesses also run an internet business model manipulating the web penetration in Nigeria, while the offline part booms.

The Nigerian Communications Commission announced that net users in the nation had reached 97 million last month. With over half of the country online, betting firms recognize the requirement to establish viable operations that are online. For this purpose, sites are set up for punters to open personal accounts where they conduct transactions which range from depositing funds into an online wallet, placing bets and transferring winnings earned from wagers with their bank accounts. While both models are explored by some firms insistently, others like NairaBet just decide to remain mainly online versions so sidestepping the logistical and financial consequences of setting up and running a large-scale offline version.

The initial step however, is buying a betting license for an annual price of N10 million ($50,000) from regulators. Although the price of kick starting operations is high, gambling businesses require deep pockets to pay out winnings from punters which can occasionally run into hundreds of millions in a single weekend, cumulatively.

Actually, the inability to pay up promptly after big wins continues to be known to cause serious embarrassment for gambling companies and on some events, eventual closing. Last May, on a weekend that saw few upsets & most foreseen results clicking, punters on Bet9ja, the market leader in the sport gambling space were said to have garnered up to N700 million ($3.5m) in winning bets. To its credit, Bet9ja mobile paid promptly- a feat that cannot be matched by some other companies. Yet, weekends like those are few and far between and more times than not, the firms that are gambling make healthy gains and record enviable numbers.

Undoubtedly, the company landscape is changing fast as gambling companies compete vigorously for market share. According to Adebajo of Stakersden, gaming firms with real goals of domination can no longer play little. Firms like Bet9ja have come to the marketplace to redefine how sport betting should be done and every operator is responding to the developments," he said. "The business landscape has went from attempting to start a corner shop someplace and offer betting services to people. New entrants will need significant start up capital to measure up."

The requirement for innovation has found businesses seek methods to create betting easier and less restrictive as live phone gambling services have already been launched. Stakersden has also recently established a brand new service in collaboration with leading telecoms companies.

Adebajo says the following stage of development is likely to be fuelled by foreign investment, while some think the Nigerian market is saturated and can no longer evolve. "Foreign businesses have already been licensed to run here and more are anticipating to procure permits or to associate with local operators. So in the next FIVE years, we expect to see foreign companies taking a hunk of the shareholding of many of these companies to compete."

Given Nigeria's high unemployment figures, the development of jobs from the private sector is critical and in this regard, the impact of sport gambling has not been superficial. While other focus on maximizing their reach regionally, the sector has created thousands of jobs directly and indirectly with nationwide operations running. Big businesses have staff strength running into hundreds but through their associate networks, they offer representatives a source of livelihood through affiliate partnerships as they get money through commissions. Joseph Chukwu, a store and grad owner in Ikorodu, says sport betting is a lifesaver. "There are no jobs in the united states even for qualified graduates," he said. Initially I thought of it as something to do while something bigger came along but now I'm focusing on assembling a chain of shops and being a mogul of types. It may seem ridiculous but I Have gone from seeking a job to actually establishing a company."

Adebajo believes high speed and the employment issues of poverty ensures that the opportunity to earn a living from sports betting can scarcely be dismissed. "Majority of Nigerians live below the poverty line and any task that can legitimately turn a small sum of money into big sums will always be appealing." Adebajo's thoughts are backed by the many instances when Nigerians have fallen victim to deceptive multi-level marketing and pyramid schemes. Given the legitimacy of sport betting, its attractiveness is ostensible.

In less than a decade, the sport wagering business become not just a source of income for most Nigerian punters but also substantial job development vehicle and has grown immensely. Celeb guests and Sport personalities, fans will mingle this weekend, as popular betting company, BET9ja hosts card-carrying members of its supporters' team to some nighttime of entertainment and rewards in the SS7 Lounge, Sapara Williams Close, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Boss Lola Adedeji, of SS7 Lounge, who said that all organizations have been put in place to make the night a memorable one, added that the event will attract the creme de la creme of the society. "The Bet9ja Buffs' Night Out has been specially packaged to bring together sport fans, soccer stars in addition to amusement celebrities to have a great time and merry in a secure and peaceful ambience. Being Nigeria's finest and biggest bookmaker, Bet9ja mobile cannot give anything less to their faithful fans and patrons that have stayed with them over the years," she said.

She disclosed that some of the personas anticipated at the service are ex-Nigerian internationals, Victor Ikpeba and Peter Rufai, NFF officials, Bet9ja's CEO, Ayo Ojuroye, music stars, Jesse Jagz and Brymo too as DJ Exclusive are among dignitaries expected at the event.

"At SS7 Lounge, we offer the perfect setting to look at sports, enjoy good food and drinks, and be merry - that is, if your team is a winner," she enthused, including, "Do Not forget to join our Live Group Thursdays, Karaoke Friday Night, Old School Naija, which takes place every last Saturday of the month, and other special occasions."
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