Betway Ghana has opened its ultra-modern concept store at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
The Concept Store, which is located in the Nyantakyiwaa Plaza along the main Amakom Road, will provide players with a convenient and safe environment where they can visit to view matches and place bets daily.
The leading online sports betting company which has been operating in Ghana since June 2016 aims at taking the Betway experience to a wider audience by adding the Kumasi Concept Store to its network of branches.
The opening of the Concept Store in Kumasi brings the number of ultra-modern concept stores attending to customer queries in Ghana to two after the company opened the first store in Accra. Betway Ghana also operates a 24-hour customer-care line and on-site chat platforms to offer assistance to customers at all times.
Country Manager (Operations), Magnus Rex Danquah Jnr told the opening ceremony, “We strive to be at the forefront to meet the needs of our customers."
Meanwhile Rex Danquah Jnr says the company is set to organize a community soccer competition for the youth to unearth talents in Kumasi.
“ We will be back once again this year to organize the community soccer for the youth at the David Accam Park. It is a six a side game where we provide cash for deserving winners.”
"This year as well we have something on the world cup that will excite Kumasi people and also continue with the talent search which we did with Stephen Appiah and host of renowned football coaches,” he said.
Betway intends to expand the talent search from four regions to six across the country this year with an objective of identifying soccer talents from the youth level for the country.
Have your say
More Sports Headlines
- GOIL sends goodwill message to Kotoko ahead of clash with Cotonsport
- Australian Open 2019: Sharapova beats defending champion Wozniacki
- Jose Mourinho: Ex-Man United manager 'too young to retire' and 'belongs at top level'
- I pick my team based on penis size - German coach's response to journalist
- Barcelona fight back to reach Copa del Rey quarter-finals
- Serena makes light work of Bouchard at Australian Open
- Fred Pappoe wants to lead Ghana Football Association
- CAFCC: Annan warns Kotoko against complacency in Coton Sport clash
- GUSA turn attention to 2019 World University games
- Kwame Kizto open to Hearts of Oak return
- Australian Open 2019: Halep survives scare to beat Kenin to advance
- Fury deserves bigger purse for Wilder rematch - WBC
- Ronaldo secures Italian Super Cup glory for Juventus
- Callum Hudson-Odoi: Who is the Chelsea youngster and how good can he be?
- Australian Open: Wozniacki and Stephens through to third round