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CashPot Lottery launches in Nairobi

With each purchase, Kenyans will be 'helping the community'

In Summary

• CashPot has been designed to offer players a 1-in-33 chance of winning

• The odds of other gaming platforms are 1 in 10,000

Mr. Amit Gadhia
CASHPOT Mr. Amit Gadhia
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CashPot, a newly launched easy-to-play basic numbers game, on Friday entered into the Kenyan market with hopes of changing the gaming scene.

CashPot has been designed to offer players a 1-in-33 chance of winning, which is currently the highest in the market. Other gaming platforms' odds are 1 in 10,000.

 

It launched in Westlands at an event attended by top news editors of various media houses, including the Star associate editor Joseph Olweny. Also present were CashPot CEO David Mighty and chairman Ngovi Kitau.

The teams behind the CashPot Lottery aim to restore patriotism by reiterating the narrative that with each purchase, Kenyans will not just be playing for fun but also consciously helping the community. 

Wangeci Kanyeki of Brand Spark
Wangeci Kanyeki of Brand Spark
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CashPot board of directors chairman Ngovi Kitau and CEO David Mighty
CashPot board of directors chairman Ngovi Kitau and CEO David Mighty
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Kiran Shah, Hursh Dodhia and Nishal Shah
Kiran Shah, Hursh Dodhia and Nishal Shah
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CashPot launch cake
CashPot launch cake
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Elizabeth Michael, Shaylne Awino and Reginah Murugi
Elizabeth Michael, Shaylne Awino and Reginah Murugi
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