Because of the coronavirus, most sporting events and leagues have been indefinitely suspended. This includes different major leagues and associations around the world as governments have been pushing their respective citizens to start social distancing. With the postponement of many football leagues and live, there has been a lack of sporting events for bettors to bet on. Sports betting in Kenya has particularly gone down.
While this may be unfamiliar territory for sports bettors, there are still some things that they can do to stay efficient and be more effective when the games are allowed to go back on. A good start would be to do research while they are at home. They have more time to research and study their favorite teams, players, clubs, and organizations as a whole to gain a better understanding of the ins and outs of their respective leagues. A lot of the successful sports bettors around the world have made a living because they have put a lot of time in doing their research.
Another smart thing to do for sports bettors right now is to limit their bets. Some leagues have announced that they will only allow a limited number of games for the upcoming season, so naturally, the number of bets punters has also gone down. However, they can still place multiple bets. Keep in mind that you should play safe with all the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming season.
Lastly, consider taking a break from sports betting. Just like every business, online betting in Kenya will take some time before it really goes back to normal, so saving money will be a viable option for regular bettors.
To learn more about this topic and how you can be more efficient as a sports bettor, check out this infographic by Chezacash.