|Type of business||Limited liability company|
Type of site
|Founder(s)||Ayo Ojuroye and Kunle Soname|
|Key people||Ayo Ojuroye (CEO) Kunle Soname (Chairman)|
|Parent||KC Gaming Networks Limited|
|Alexa rank||218 (July 2019)|
|Launched||September 10, 2013|
Bet9ja is an online bookmaker company that offers betting on major sporting events operating in Nigeria. Traded under KC Gaming Networks Limited and run by a series of shareholders of multiple nationalities, the website is licensed by the Lagos State Lotteries Board (LSLB) with permission to operate in other parts of Nigeria.
Bet9ja was co-founded by Ayo Ojuroye and Kunle Soname who are its CEO and chairman respectively.
On 10 September 2013, Bet9ja signed a shirt sponsorship deal with Remo Stars F.C. during the official unveiling of Bet9ja. Bet9ja is also the official sponsor of the Nigeria Women's Football League after a memorandum was signed between the two parties in June 2015.
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