Supreme Ventures Group has announced a deal that will see Cash Pot being available all the way in South Africa.
CEO of Prime Sports Jamaica, a subsidiary of SVG, Xesus Johnston, says the popular local lottery is now available at sixteen betting operators in South Africa.
Meanwhile in Jamaica, Mr. Johnston says locals will no longer need data to access their online gaming sites.
He adds that they’re also making it easier for people to pay to play online.
And, Mr. Johnston is calling for a responsible easing of curfew restrictions.
Prime Sports Jamaica is a subsidiary of Supreme Ventures Group.
Mr. Johnston says longer opening hours will bring back a level of normality for Jamaicans.
Xesus Johnston, CEO of Prime Sports Jamaica, speaking at a Mayberry Investor Forum last evening.
Mr. Johnston says the curfew restrictions have resulted in a 19-per cent fall in their revenues compared to the same period last year.