BetPawa, a betting organization with offices in Nigeria, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda, has named Nigerian musician Oluwatosin Ajibade, better known by his stage name Mr Eazi, as its continental ambassador.
On Wednesday, the artist was introduced during a ceremony held at Kampala’s Kabira Country Club.
A total of eight winners from throughout the country competed in the company’s football penalty shootout challenge, with a 38-year-old primary school teacher from Bushenyi winning a brand new Toyota Rav4 at the same event.
“Our eight winners placed a bet on BetPawa in August during English Premier League matches- they joined our prize draw by Sunday August 29 and were chosen to participate on Monday August 30,” Livingstone Mugambe, the Marketing Coordinator in charge of Uganda, explained.
“In the penalty shoot-out, the finalist uses a unique soccer board to act as the goal post. This board features five holes of various sizes, each of which carries a specific number of points, such as 10/20/30/40/50; the smaller the hole, the greater the number of points. These finalists are grouped based on their point totals to determine who advances to the next stage of the tournament, which leads to the final,” Mugambe explained.
Customers, according to a BetPawa administrator, need to be knowledgeable about sporting activities in order to win more.
“Our website is simple to use, consumes little bandwidth, and you can wager anytime, anywhere with just an internet-connected device,” Mugambe explained.