Elephant Bet is a brand owned by Mota Tavares & Barros, which was the first company in Angola to provide online gaming and betting services. Angolan bettors will be able to take advantage of a comprehensive variety of sports betting and casino goods, including live betting, virtual games, lucrative promos, and large cash payouts, on the country’s first gambling website, which will launch in the coming months. It was founded in 2013 with the goal of boosting the social gaming industry, first with the Ango Bet brand, and more recently with AngoFoot, which has grown to become the biggest and most well-known brand in the world of sports betting in Angola, and the country’s leader in the Football modality. VerAngola received a statement from the business stating that 2020 marked a watershed moment in the company’s history with a focus on standardizing the brand and expanding into new markets.
As a result of “eight years of accumulated expertise with the newest technology and an easy interface adaptable to any device,” the Elephant Bet platform, approved by the Angolan Gaming Supervision Institute, debuts.
Furthermore, according to the company, Elephant Bet’s visual identity and branding express the brand’s values, which include strength, dynamism, futurism, joy (including healthy competition), and enthusiasm (including trust), as well as responsibility (including wisdom), seriousness (including respect), and trust. In order to cater to the needs of different kinds of bettors and players, several game modalities have been developed, including ‘Sports betting’, ‘ANGO12’, equestrian betting (‘PMU Bet’), and ‘Virtual Bet’.
Sports betting enables users to wager on a variety of sports, including football, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, darts, mixed martial arts, and cricket.
The business has put in place responsible gaming initiatives, as well as technologies that provide efficient customer service as well as quick and secure transaction processing. The facility is also outfitted with a computer system that is capable of detecting and deterring fraud and money laundering operations. According to the statement, the growth strategy of Mota Tavares & Barros includes the establishment of additional Elephant Bet shops in Luanda and the provinces, as well as the creation of new employment, which will contribute to the economic development of the nation.
There are hundreds of dealer agents working for the brand, as well as 205 paid workers, and the brand is present in Luanda with physical shops and numerous kiosks in Marginal, Cazenga, Congolenses, Viana, Cassenda, Palanca, Camama, Golf 2, Kikagil, and Cacuaco.