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Trends Observed in Sports Betting in Africa

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The industry of sports betting in Africa is an ever-growing industry and shows no signs of slowing down. More than half of Africa’s population actively participates and shows interest in betting on different sports.

Africa has always been a continent that takes its sports seriously. Its people always look for different ways to participate and relate themselves to sports.

Speaking of that, betting seems to be a lucrative option for them. Plus, with the rapid expansion of technology and mobile internet, Africans now have greater accessibility to different betting sites. All they need to do is sign up to one of these sites and start placing their bets.

One can also observe several trends in sports betting with the passage of time. This article shall shed some light on the different trends that are now being observed in the betting market of Africa.

From virtual betting to instant deposits and withdrawals, there are trends galore. Therefore, without any further delay, let us elaborate upon a few of these trends and try to understand the topic in a better light.

Mobile Betting Is On the Rise:

Gone are those days when Africa would face severe network and technological constraints. There has been a rapid expansion in technology over the last couple of decades. Almost every person in the continent now has access to smartphones and superfast internet.

This increased accessibility has made mobile gambling and betting easier than ever. There are no impediments that lie in wait for the Africans to place their bets through their phones. Therefore, one of the biggest trends that we can observe is that of mobile betting.

Africans can also use VPNs to bet on internationally operated sites, like the casino website in Canada and other places. These sites make it incredibly easy to place bets on different sports, and from any corner of the world.

Several Options for Betting On Virtual Sports:

The second trend that we need to discuss in this article is that of virtual sports. Virtual sports have gained quite a bit of traction in Africa. Africans are now taking this domain quite seriously and want to bet on the same.

Virtual football, virtual tennis, virtual horse racing are some that have washed up on the shores of Africa. The continent thus now has several options for betting on virtual sports besides the real sporting leagues.

Plus, these virtual sports also resemble the real leagues in many ways. This is what adds to the fun and makes betting more interesting. Therefore, the second trend that we need to watch out for is the rise in betting on virtual sports.

Betting in Africa Now Come with A Variety of Payment Options:

The third trend that we need to discuss is that of the variety of payment options in betting. Several renowned mobile operators have collaborated with betting firms and come up with an array of payment options.

Airtel, Orange, and Safaricom are a few of the operators that have collaborated with betting firms for better payment options. Paypal, Visa and Neteller are also a few other options through which transactions can be made while betting.

Betting Sites Have Promos and Bonuses for Active Bettors:

The betting sites in Africa have several lucrative bonuses and promo codes for the active bettors these days. This is a calculative move that was made to keep the bettors from bouncing off the sites.

Besides, the welcome bonuses and coupons, the active bettors of Africa now have bonuses as long as they continue betting. Therefore, this decision has not only drawn new bettors to the sites but also kept their old customers.

As the days bleed into years, one can only expect these bonuses and promo codes to come up with better features and draw more people to betting.

Bonuses and coupons minimize the risks of betting to a large extent. That is why they are opted for by the bettors. Therefore, with these additional perks on the rise, betting in Africa is only gaining more momentum.

Wrapping Up

The sports betting market in Africa has a huge fan base. Unlike several other forms of betting, sports betting is considered legal. This is what makes it so popular.

Plus, with the improvement in network connectivity and increased use of smartphones, betting has now only become easy. Africans can now place their bets from the convenience of their homes and without any hassle.

The trends that we have mentioned in this article are a few to keep an eye out for. With time, they shall only better themselves and add to the revenue raised by the betting market in Africa.

 

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