SportPesa nominated for awards

Chairman Kenya Rugby Union Richard Omwela (left) and Ronald Karauri CEO SportPesa Ronald Karauri during the naming of the Kenya Sevens squad for the Wellington and Sydney Sevens at Kenya Rugby Football Union on Wednesday, Jan 18 2017. [PHOTO: PHOTO: JONAH ONYANGO/STANDARD]

Betting firm SportPesa will tonight battle it out with other international companies in the fourth edition of the Discovery Sports Industry Awards (DISA) in Johannesburg, South Africa.

DSIA fetes companies and sports agencies that have done exemplary work in the business of sport and showcases the work done every year by nominees and winners.

SportPesa is in two categories - the best African Sponsorship and the Pan African Campaign category.

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