Afropop superstar Mr Eazi has unveiled –his first wholly-owned brand in the gaming industry. 

His latest venture marks a significant milestone in Mr Eazi’s journey within the iGaming industry, reflecting his dedication to African entertainment and digital innovation. 

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The avid art curator and patron, real estate investor, philanthropist, festival producer and fashion enthusiast is now adding sports aficionado to his growing list of pursuits.

Mr Eazi said: “I’m excited to venture into our sixth market with the launch of, this signifies our continued dedication to the gaming industry.”

Mr Eazi’s venture into the gaming industry began in 2017 as a Brand Ambassador for the betPawa brand. He eventually became an investor and shareholder of betPawa’s parent company and became its licensed operating partner in five countries (Uganda, Tanzania, Ghana, Rwanda, and Benin) under the umbrella of 

“This marks a new era in African Entertainment. Cote d’Ivoire with its vibrant sports culture and expanding digital ecosystem, serves as the perfect launchpad,” he added.

His latest endeavour underscores the transformative potential of African entrepreneurship in digital entertainment, setting a new standard for the industry’s growth and development in the region. 

Throughout his tenure as a local operating partner and through his Choplife gaming brand, Mr Eazi shows dedication to nurturing talent and promoting African accomplishments in sports. 

He has sponsored sports teams such as Rayon Sports FC in Rwanda, and Sporting Lagos in Nigeria, and endorsed athletes like Stephane Fondjo, the WBC Asia and Middle East Super Middleweight Champion; Maxwell Djantou, a globally recognized Sambo champion now progressing in MMA; and Ateba Gautier, an emerging star in MMA. brings its users a wide variety of online sports betting and casino games, all delivered through an easy-to-use interface. 

It aims to offer an innovative and accessible platform for sports enthusiasts while emphasising responsible gaming practices and reinvestment in African creativity and sports development.

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