Odibets is one of the best betting companies. It has a large market, and keeps gaining more clients each day. All the operations of the company are regulated by the Betting Control and Licensing Board. This is to control the addiction that comes with betting and gambling.
Who is the owner of Odibets?
Odibets is a fully-owned Kenyan company that was started in 2018 to make mobile betting easier and fun for Kenyans. It has since competed with other betting companies such as SportPesa, Betin, Betika, Betway, and Bet Yetu among others.
The company is fully owned by Jimmy Kibaki. He is Kenya’s former president the late Mwai Kibaki’s first born son. Jimmy has invested in the company ever since it was started to ensure that it provides the best services to the people and the economy.
Jimmy Kibaki, who is also the chairperson, has a net worth of about $1 million. He leads the company and oversees its operations. However, the company is run in departments, which makes it easier to manage.
The company has its Marketing manager in the county as Aggrey Sayi. He ensures the company has achieved the best marketing and has excellent public relations.
Dedan Mungai is the company’s head of communication. He works to ensure that the firm ranks among the best betting firms in the country.
Odibets was started in 2018, in a very competitive environment with companies like SportPesa and Betin ruling the betting world. It has since grown to become one of the favorite among many Kenyans. This was through constant advertisement and marketing over the years.
Apart from being a betting company, odibets has helped many Kenyan talents through their campaign called ‘Odi Mtaani’. Odi mtaani was started to nurture talent in the Kenyan soccer field. It currently sponsors multiple local talents in the county, including the national team, Harambee stars.
In 2018, the company signed a Ksh 60 million three-year shirt sponsorship deal with Mathare united which was having financial problems. The deal ensured that the company provided the team with games kits, training kits and paid the salaries of both the players and the technical team.
Also, the company recently signed Charles Odongo, the famous Ugali man as its ambassador. They gifted him a new car, a gym, and Ksh 5,009,000, due to his passion in helping his community.