Kenya: The New Trick Kenyans Are Using on Betting

20 September 2019

With the betting crave sweeping away a huge chunk of the Kenyan youth, majority of them seem to have cracked a way to making a fortune on the betting firms.

While majority of the punters seem to be settling on the Jackpots, a goldmine lies on the betting.

Odibets, one of the fast growing firms in Kenya despite being in the market slightly over a year, now offers live betting.

Live betting has been hailed by Kenyans as one of the best strategies to maximize on profits since it allows one to place bets while the action is ongoing.

The option has become popular not only in Kenya but across the globe because it's easier to beat the bookie if you bet when a sports event is taking place, as you can watch the action in real time and take better advantage of your chances.


The odds will always keep on fluctuating and there are a myriad of options to choose from which can include: over or under 2.5 goals, the team/player that will score next, Goal Goal or even the number of corners and yellow cards.

The best thing with Live betting, you always make the prediction based on how the team is playing and it's easier to win.

Odibets would be the best platform to use since their website is easy to navigate and they have fast loading speeds on their time.

"I normally use Odibets since their website loads very fast and it doesn't hang every now and then especially when I'm live betting. It's mobile oriented and I've never been disappointed," an avid fan states.

The betting firm also offers boosted odds when it comes to multibets.


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