The coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant loss for the gambling industry, affecting sports betting in Kenya. Various brick and mortar casinos, including physical betting shops, have closed to ensure safety and prevent virus infection.
Sports bodies have also canceled and postponed various sporting events with an indefinite time of resumption for which betting systems are in place. Hence, many bettors are left with no games to bet on, with online betting sites as their alternative option to satisfy their need to bet and make money in the process.
While gambling itself is widespread in the country, many Kenyans prefer to gamble in the form of betting. The growth of sports betting Kenya gave rise to various online betting platforms as the accessibility of online casinos, and the internet became more convenient.
Furthermore, with the on-going pandemic, there has been an apparent migration from offline gambling to online regarding the closure of many gambling establishments. Choosing to bet online might be the most viable way to continue betting activities while honing skills and strategies should everything returns to normal.
Many love to bet on sports such as basketball, tennis, football, rugby, and boxing. All of which are popular sports offered by most sites for live betting in Kenya.
Premier League games have many avid punters and supporters. Hence, many are likely waiting to get back on the League after the long halt. Thankfully, other sports, including significant sporting events, are finally returning.
However, it is essential to remember that returning games might have some adjustments that might render the old patterns used in predicting game outcomes useless—as such, researching on returning games will help bettors formulate new effective strategies before placing a wager to increase the chances of accurate predictions.
Learn some tips for researching on returning games by reading this infographic from Chezacash.