One of the biggest sportsbooks in the world has entered the scene of Kenya betting sites, and the news has been welcomed with open arms by betting fans. The time couldn’t be more right for 22Bet, seeing the sharply declining selection of betting operators in the country.
The decision for 22Bet to expand onto the global stage is sure to be music to the ears of punters across Kenya, and upon the announcement, 22Bet have stated that they want to ‘provide more transparent and customer-oriented services on the Kenyan market.’
The timing couldn’t have been more perfect for bettors in Kenya as multiple establishments already used by punters in the country have encountered a host of problems after breaching the regulations made by the Kenya Revenue Authority. Not only does 22Bet bring with it a host of top-quality services, but also the reputation as being one of the most trusted betting companies in Europe.
Aside from the sports betting options, which are the most prominent areas of betting with 22Bet, there is also an array of casino games for punters to enjoy. The library is extensive and offers a mix of roulette, poker and blackjack games.
Betting with 22Bet
Kenyan punters would have welcomed the news that 22Bet will be expanding because of the locals love for all things sport. All the conventional methods, such as credit and debit card payments, will be accepted, along with M-Pesa and Airtel Money.
The local league in Kenya is available for gamblers, as well as the global attractions such as the Premier League, the NFL and NBA. Punters will also be able to take advantage of a brilliant welcome offer when they sign up, which would mean that there are more ways to win with 22Bet.
Additionally, all new users can use the generous sports betting bonuses that the sportsbook offers.
With names such as Kevin Kuranyi and Nuno Gomes proud to be ambassadors for 22Bet, it should be no surprise that 22Bet are one of the most respected bookmakers in the world. The World Cup winner partnered with 22Bet for a charity match last year that also included the legendary Ronaldinho, Kevin Prince Boating and Rafael van der Vaart.