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Odibets to scale up sports activities as they unveil free bets to mark customers week

Betting firm, Odibets, has announced their intention to support sports activities in the country commiting to provide various sports kits to at least 35,000 teams in Kenya.

The affirmation comes as the firm, only one of the few cleared to operate following a recent purge by government, unveiled a free bets incentive for their customers as part of the customer service this week.

This declaration was made by Odibets country marketing manager – Aggrey Sayi, as the CSW takes effect in most corporate organizations.

For every five bets worth KSh50, a punter will automatically receive KSh50 from Odibets as bonus.

“As we celebrate customer service week, we want to appreciate our customers by giving them consistent free bets to win BIG,” said Sayi, reiterating the company’s commitment to give the best betting experience and commitment to sports development in the country.

Attractive betting odds and other offerings are a big influencer for many customers who pick Odibets as their betting platform of choice.

Recent big winners include Alex Odari, a painter from Vihiga who won KSh404,735 twice from a stake of KSh49 on 11 teams, boosted by Odibets win bonus.

Another winner, Joseph Karenju from Nyeri who used to bet with another betting company that way to be cleared by BCLB, pocketed KSh445,041 thrice on the same day as Odari.

While betting is an enjoyable pass-time and enjoyable, Odibets’ Sayi advises punters to bet responsibly.

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