Gaming firm Bangbet Kenya has introduced a unique feature that allows punters to access their site www.bangbet.com without data bundles. The move is aimed at enabling punters to stay on the site longer, giving them ample time to analyze matches and their bets carefully before placing them.
This comes just in time when most businesses are moving into the online space. The betting industry is slowly becoming one of the biggest online businesses in the country. Subscribers will now have an opportunity to increase their stakes thereby guaranteeing them higher returns.
“This has been one of the most requested features on our platform, we are therefore happy to finally roll it out as a way of responding to the needs of our subscribers whom we hold in high esteem. We have eliminated the cost of data where we are optimistic punters on our platform will enjoy this new feature which will go a long way towards placing more accurate bets with more time spent evaluating odds on our website,” said Bangbet Marketing Manager Kelvin Maundu.
Meanwhile, Boru Adano from Marsabit will now see his business grow tenfold thanks to Bangbet. The 24-year-old is the winner of last week’s Bangbet Lucky Casino Draw which came with a Sh100,000 reward.
A delighted Adano now intends to expand his cereals business, having struggled to stay afloat since the coronavirus pandemic saw most families, who are his customers, experience reduced earnings.
“I’m very happy to be selected this week’s winner. I will now be able to buy stock and sell cereals to places I had no capacity to reach before,” said Adano, whose favourite Casino game on Bangbet is Lucky Poker.
The Bangbet Casino game has been kind to Adano over the years, having won as much as Sh85,000 and Sh95,000 recently before landing on the weekly prize.
Punters can place sports bets or play live games for as little as Sh20 while the casino games allow a minimum stake of Sh10.
There is a weekly lucky casino draw where the winner walks away with Sh100,000 while the monthly draw sees the lucky punter clinch Sh500,000.