Ghana is the first country in Africa that gained independence from Britain in 1957. With rich resources of gold, cocoa, and oil, Ghana emerged from the crisis and became a wealthy country with low crime rates compared to its neighbors.
Gambling in Ghana is legalized and regulated by the Ghana Gaming Commission (GGC). This organization is responsible for all gambling activities, including sports betting. The only exception is the National Lottery Authority (NLA), which is responsible for the lottery.
Online casinos and bookmaker’s offices are legal and regulated. However, not all residents have access to them because of the small spread of the Internet. Currently, Ghana’s Internet penetration rate is about 38%, but this figure is growing quite rapidly.