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SportPesa Mega Jackpot at Sh356.7 Million

Since there was no winner last time out, the Mega Jackpot has now hit an all-time high

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With every passing weekend, the progressive SportPesa Mega Jackpot continues to get to breath-taking record heights, raising the stakes in Kenya’s sport betting industry. Since there was no winner last time out, the Mega Jackpot has now hit an all-time high of Ksh356,671,383 in the tenth offering of the year, opening the chance for a record-breaking win for a lucky Kenyan.

You could be the winner of this staggering amount by just correctly predicting the outcome of 17 games, a result that will see you go down in history as the biggest football jackpot winner the country has ever produced.

It only costs 99 Kenya shillings to place your bet on the SportPesa Mega Jackpot and what is even better is the fact that you get to enjoy the best bonuses in the market even if you fail to get all 17 games correct.

Leading online gaming firm SportPesa offers bonuses on the Mega Jackpot starting from 13 correct predictions. The additional beauty of playing the SportPesa Mega Jackpot is that you can still take part in the 16, 15, 14 and 13-game jackpots all at once within the one Mega Jackpot for the weekend.

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Gordon Ogada remains the highest football jackpot winner in Kenya after his Ksh230,742,881 victory on SportPesa. He was followed by Samuel Abisai who became an instant multimillionaire after bagging the Ksh221 million SportPesa mega jackpot. Cosmas Korir months later bagged Ksh208,733,619 and is estimated to make over ksh1 million monthly after investing the money.

“Throughout the year, there have also been numerous millionaires minted courtesy of hearty SportPesa Mega Jackpot bonuses and it could be you this weekend as you brace to say goodbye to the March blues,” SportPesa management says.

SportPesa’s massive jackpot coincides with the introduction of the Tujiamini initiative. Supported by SportPesa, Tujiamini aims to offer a platform, with funding of up to Ksh30 million, for individual athletes, teams, and diverse talents.

This year-long campaign will travel across the country, fostering a renewed sense of pride in Kenya’s sports and talent landscape. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their applications via www.tujiamini.co.ke.

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