New and eligible will have access to the widest range of betting markets from the biggest and best sporting events across the world. Upon joining, new customers will also qualify for bet365’s market-leading sign-up offer and wide selection of promotions, features and bonuses.
bet365 offers the industry’s widest range of ‘In-Play’ sports betting events with over 75 sports covered and over 600,000 events being live video-streamed annually. New and eligible customers in Ghana will receive access to live streaming of thousands of sporting events from around the world, including German Bundesliga and Spanish La Liga amongst others – as well as US NBA, NFL, NHL, baseball and international tennis.
A bet365 spokesperson said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of a dedicated bet365 website for customers in Ghana. In a country with such a passion for sports, particularly football, we are excited to provide an unrivalled sports betting experience, with a key focus on both localized and international markets.”
“It was our preferred location for our first launch into Africa, as one of the most highly regulated, and highly regarded betting markets on the continent. With the World Cup underway, we’re thrilled to deliver our In-Play product as well as a portfolio of tournament promotions for new and eligible customers across the country.”
The announcement comes just in time for Ghana’s first game of the 2022 World Cup, where the Black Stars face Portugal in a group many experts have labelled the “Group of Death”. Otto Addo will lead a young and exciting Ghana team into their opening match, buoyed by the recent 2-0 warm-up win over Switzerland.
It is 12 years since Ghana's landmark run to the quarter-finals of the World Cup, so a new generation of players will be aiming to make history themselves in Qatar.
|When||20th November - 18th December 2022|
|How to watch||All matches will be shown on either the BBC or ITV|
|Odds||Brazil 4/1, England 7/1, Argentina 15/2, France 8/1, Spain 10/1|
Ghana boss Otto Addo named his final 26-man squad for the Qatar World Cup
Lawrence Ati-Zigi (St Gallen)
Danlad Ibrahim (Asante Kotoko)
Abdul Manaf Nurudeen (Eupen)
Joseph Aidoo (Celta Vigo)
Daniel Amartey (Leicester City)
Abdul-Rahman Baba (Reading)
Alexander Djiku (Racing Strasbourg)
Tariq Lamptey (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Gideon Mensah (Auxerre)
Denis Odoi (Club Brugge)
Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)
Alidu Seidu (Clermont)
Mohammed Kudus (Ajax)
Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (Freiburg)
Elisha Owusu (Gent)
Thomas Partey (Arsenal)
Salis Abdul Samed (Lens)
Daniel Afriyie (Hearts of Oak)
Andre Ayew (c) (Al Sadd)
Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace)
Osman Bukari (Red Star Belgrade)
Issahaku Abdul Fatawu (Sporting Lisbon)
Antoine Semenyo (Bristol City)
Kamal Sowah (Club Brugge)
Kamaldeen Sulemana (Rennes)
Inaki Williams (Athletic Bilbao)
Ghana first qualified for the World Cup in 2006 when they finished second in a group containing Italy, the Czech Republic and the United States before they were beaten 3-0 by Brazil in the round of 16.
Next time out the Black Stars memorably reached the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa where they were beaten in controversial circumstances by Uruguay.
A group stage exit in Brazil in 2014 followed before the West African nation failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
|Year||Stage of Elimination|