How to obtain a Sport Betting License in Lagos State

How to obtain a Sport Betting License in Lagos State

September 19, 2019

To obtain a Sport Betting License in Lagos state, one must channel an application to the Lagos State Lotteries board. The primary function of the Lagos State Lotteries board is regulation of all gaming activities; these include Public Online Lottery, Online Sports Betting, Casino, Promotional Competitions, Scratch Card & Interactive Games, Gaming Machines, Pools Betting and ‘Other Games’. The procedure for obtaining a license for a Sport Betting business in Lagos State are as follows:

  1. .An application is to be submitted with the required documents and a non-refundable fee of N500, 000 (Five Hundred Thousand Naira)
  2. Upon submission of the application, the Lagos state Lotteries board will conduct their due diligence which will take a minimum of 15 working days.
  3. The applicant will be invited to the Lagos state Lotteries board to make a presentation stating why the application should be granted.
  4. After a successful presentation, the applicant is to pay the sum of N50, 000, 000 (Fifty Million Naira) for the license.
  5. Following this payment, an approval in principle will be given for 90 days before the permanent approval.

For further information or any assistance you may require concerning the above registration process, log on to our website on www.618bees.comor call us on 09017190079. We are available to render fast, reliable and affordable service to assist you with the process.

 

 

 

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