Here is how SportPesa is Planning a Comeback in Kenya amid its Slow Death Internationally

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SportPesa, once a giant betting company in Kenya and East Africa is planning a lethal comeback even as the already established empire is seen to be crumbling in the moment. SportPesa has yet again terminated its sponsorship deal with Formula One team Racing Point and Everton Football Club which was one of the biggest.

In a statement released in Nairobi on Monday, the betting firm indicated the decision was made ”in line with its new business strategy and sponsorship approach”.


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“After an amazingly successful season with the Racing Point F1 Team, we wish them success in the 2020 competition, and we look forward to their transformation into Aston Martin Racing in 2021. We would like to thank the team and F1 for a great season working together and we would look forward to opportunities of working joints on local activations,” the statement read in part.

This three-year deal was reported to be worth Sh3 billion.

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For many Kenyans, SportPesa closed shop in Kenya after taking alot of money from them. Some are arguing that the company chose to chop their money and run away with it as they tried to regain what they had lost. But again, as is depicted above, so many other betting sites have come up and any person can be able to get what they lost while placing bets in SportPesa.

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SportPesa which was once a top Kenyan betting firm has also terminated a separate deal with English Premier League club Everton worth Sh600 million a season.

“SportPesa will no longer be on the front of the shirt of Everton as a principal partner after the 2019/2020 season,” the statement said.

The remaining sponsorship deals between the betting firm and Tanzanian clubs Yanga, Simba Singida United and Namungo, South African side Cape Town City and English championship team Hull City are not affected.


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SportPesa woes are believed to have started when the company lost its licence to operate in Kenya last July. But close sources have said that this is a major plan by the firm to start a newly branded business front that will be introduced in Kenya in a few months.

The sources claim that SportPesa has already applied for the renewal of their licence and have already been cleared by KRA and BCLB. News has been spreading that the company is just about to set foot in Kenya.



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