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SportPesa have been at loggerheads with the government for months and the decision to impose a 20% excise tax on all betting stakes has prompted Everton’s biggest sponsor halt work in the country.
It is understood the new tax comes on top of an existing 20% tax on individual gamblers’ winnings, prompted by government concerns about the social impact the rapidly growing betting industry is having in the region.
A spokesperson for SportPesa told the ECHO: “SportPesa’s decision to close our Kenyan operations come as a result of a government-led agenda in Kenya that has made the betting sector commercially unviable in the country.
“We regret that government’s action against the sector as a whole may lead to a large decline in Kenyan tax revenue and will halt all investment in sports in Kenya.
“SportPesa’s global operations, sponsorship and partnership programmes, including in the UK, are not impacted by our decision to exit the Kenyan market. It therefore remains business as usual for SportPesa in Liverpool.
“We remain a committed sponsor of Everton Football Club and a proud partner to the club’s charity, Everton in the Community.”
“We will remain closed until when the environment will be made favourable in Kenya, it is SportPesa’s home”