SportPesa has received good news that the brand will be back in business in the next few days following their win in court. The betting brand which has been out of operations since last year has been given a go ahead by the High court to continue with their business as the proceedings take place. The platform had resumed operations albeit shortly before BCLB ordered a stop to it arguing that they had not been licensed just yet. They were yet to list the SportPesa Mega Jackpot when they were slapped with a ban weeks ago.
The gaming platform’s return implies the re-launch of the most lucrative Jackpot in the country, the SportPesa Mega Jackpot worth 100 million shillings. The Jackpot had already made more than 10 Kenyans multi-millionaires in a span of two years. Its return will therefore be a blessing to many who hoped to atleast take a bite of it before its final rest. Some had lost so much in trying to pursue it and SportPesa’s exit dealt a huge blow on their finances.
Though there is a sprouting of various betting platforms with lucrative Jackpots, when the MJP returns, only Betika Grand Jackpot will stand a chance. Both having a figure of 100 million shillings attached to them, each will rival the other for a maximum number of gamblers placing bets. But SportPesa Mega Jackpot has an upper hand due to their already rich user database which has approximately 12 million accounts.
Betika has boosted their chances of retaining some of the customers and gaining a new ground due to the introduction of the zero score bonus of up to 5 million shillings. Closely resembling the Mozzartbet bonus criteria, Betika has offered to pay up to 5 million shillings to any person who places the Grand Jackpot but fails to score even a single prediction correct. About 1000 people have so far won in this category and more are still trying out. Winning it is easy with the use of Guaranteed Betting Tips Combinations.
Reports also indicate that the giant company which now will be trading under Milestones Gaming plans to be in government’s good book of records by paying up the piled taxes which had caused a misunderstanding between them. The brand plans to pay up to 15 billion shillings as tax in a record one year. Pevans Limited had also urged KRA to allow them settle the amount in installments of about 870 million shillings each month but it never materialized due to their cut in operations.