Sportpesa Daily Revenue, Earnings, Net Worth, Capitalisation, Price Tag
Sportpesa Company, Net Worth, Price, Capitalisation, Net value, Owners, Investors, Shareholders, Who Owns SportPesa? Initial Investment, Sponsors, Sponsorship, Sportpesa Daily Revenue, Earnings
Sportpesa Daily Revenue and Earnings
SportPesa bags a daily average of one million users placing bets averaging Sh100, besides the 300,000 gamblers who play the jackpot daily.
Who Owns SportPesa? Sportpesa Owners, Investors, Founders, Shareholders, Sponsors
Sportpesa is wholly owned (100%) by a Kenyan Company called Pevans East Africa Ltd. Pevans is owned by 10 shareholders as of mid 2016. They are:
- Guerassim Nikolov – 21%
- Asenath Wachera Maina – 21%
- Gene Grand – 21%
- Paul Wanderi Ndung’u – 17%
- Ronald Kamwiko Karauri (CEO) – 6%
- Cellini Holdings Ltd – 5%
- Valentina Nikolaeva – 3%
- Robert Kenneth Wanyoike – 3%
- Ivan Kalpakchiev – 2%
- Francis Waweru Kiarie – 1%
Former chairman of the Kenya Airline Pilots Association (KAPA) Ronald Karauri, businessman Paul Wanderi Ndung’u and Asenath Wachera Maina, the brains behind the controversial ‘Shinda Smart’ lottery, are the principal owners of SportPesa
Ronald Karauri is the former chairman of the Kenya Airline Pilots Association. He left KQ in mid 2015.
Guerassim Nikolov, Valentina Nikolaeva and Ivan Kalpakchiev are Bulgarian investors who owned the fallen Toto 6/49 lottery which was closed in 2011 after two years of operation due to heavy debts.
Sportpesa Sponsorhip – Hull City, Gor Mahia, AFC Leopards, Kenya Rugby Union, Kenyan Premier League
Sportpesa are the sponsors of the English Premier League team Hull City after signing of a £10 million (Sh13.2 billion) sponsorship deal in July, 2016.
Sportpesa also signed a betting deal with Southampton FC.
SportPesa also sponsors
- Kenya Rugby Union (Sh607 million),
- Kenyan Premier League (Sh450 million),
- Gor Mahia (Sh325 million) and
- AFC Leopards (Sh225 million)