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Setting up your sportsbook 


Setting up your sportsbook 


 These are exciting times in the sports betting world without a doubt. It’s true that the Covid-19 pandemic has had hard and significant effects on people and businesses all around the world, and as a society, we will have to learn to deal with that and come up with the best way to help and support everyone that has been affected. However, when we focus back on our industry, as much as we all have suffered and missed sports in the past few months, now that we see different leagues coming back, and the NBA announcing its plan to return in July, we know that this is the time for us to get up and start working, get back on track and make sure we’re ready to give sports bettors what they are looking for, and more.


Price per Head sportsbook vs Old School


Now that we’re all getting ready for our big comeback, and are looking for the best ways to make some money in sports betting, it’s important that you get to know the advantages of setting up your sportsbook with a good Price per Head operator like, vs. the old way of doing business in this industry, which could take lots of time, effort and money, that now you can save.

It’s no secret that, until a few years ago, creating your own business and running your own sportsbook operation was not an option for many, it would require lots of money invested, hundreds of thousands, lots of time, personnel, equipment, licenses and much more. Now, with Price per Head, you can forget about all that and, for just a small weekly fee per active customer, you’ll be able to get all this and offer it to your players, making your operation solid and stable, guaranteeing your customers the best online betting experience, as well as the best risk management and profit efficiency for yourself.


What does it take for me to setup my PPH sportsbook?


It is as easy as it sounds. Once you have checked out our site,, and are ready to join, just contact us online or give us a call, and we’ll be able to start working on setting up your business, just as you wanted, 100% personalized to your needs. There is no initial investment or hidden fees, no commission percentages or anything like that. Once you’re up and running, and the first week is gone, you’ll just pay the weekly fee per active player and that’s it, that’s how pay per head works.


What does this weekly fee per head include?


– Your very own website, personalized and adapted to your taste and needs

– The most updated, safest, and easy to use mobile sports betting platform

– State-of-the-art wagering software

– The best reporting tools in the industry

– 24/7 customer service and wagering clerks

– Sharpest line movers in sports betting, and much more.

Are you ready to join the PPH industry and turn your bookie operation into the best sportsbook you can imagine? You can even take a free trial, just go to our website, subscribe and you’ll be able to try it out yourself. Once you’re ready, just let us know and we’ll be ready to help! At :

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Why UCLA and North Carolina are Teams to Watch in NCAA Basketball



Why UCLA and North Carolina are Teams to Watch in NCAA Basketball


We look at two of the top teams heading into 2020-21 NCAA Basketball season and why they can take a leap.




Five-star guard Daishen Nix decided to join the G League, which shocked everyone at UCLA and they will likely lose last year’s leading scorer Chris Smith. He might stay though, as the NBA combine and the NBA G League Elite Camp were canceled and he could wait a year and return for his senior season.


If Chris Smith returns, UCLA would have their top five scorers from last year and many talented reserves. Jalen Hill and Cody Riley will have a chance to develop even more and point guard Tyger Campbell will still be the main ball-handler.


Four-star wing Jaylen Clark and Johnny Juzang, who transferred from Kentucky in the offseason, add much-needed depth to UCLA. Juzang was given a waiver by the NCAA and he’ll be able to play right away.


UCLA (+5000 to win the 2021 NCAA Tournament) needs Hill and Riley to be productive right away and leave their mark.


North Carolina


North Carolina was the biggest disappointment in NCAA Basketball last season. Cole Anthony played well, when healthy and Armando Bacot had a solid freshman season but the supporting cast, with the exception of Garrison Brooks, who had a breakout year, struggled all year long.


The roster will be much better in 2020-21. UNC has the No. 2 overall recruiting class in the country and they will be ready to contribute. North Carolina has three five-star commits in point guard Caleb Love and forwards Walker Kessler and Day’Ron Sharpe. Puff Johnson and Kerwin Walton and top-50 guard R.J. Davis are also going to help UNC from day one.


North Carolina now has a scary frontcourt with Bacot and Brooks coming back, along with the players mentioned above. Their backcourt has some question marks and it will be up to Caleb Love to step up and handle the pressure.


The Tar Heels have enough talent to go far. You can find North Carolina at +2000 to win the 2021 NCAA Tournament and that’s a bet I will be making.More information at

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Two College Football Longshot Bets I Will Make

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Two College Football Longshot Bets I Will Make


It’s never too early to place some fun longshot bets in college football. 


Bet 1


California is a team that could challenge Oregon in the Pac-12. They really have a chance as long as their new offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave jumpstarts a unit that averaged just 21.2 points per game last season. Of course, it is easier said than done but Musgrave will have tools to work with.


Quarterback Chase Garbers, who threw for 1,772 yards and 14 touchdowns last season and was 7-0 in games in which he started and played all snaps, can have a breakout year if he stays healthy.


Running backs Christopher Brown Jr. and Marcel Dancy are coming back and this is significant to their aspirations. Brown Jr. and Dancy combined for over 1,000 rushing yards last season. Also, five of the top six wide receivers and every starter in the offensive line are returning. This team has a loaded offense.


Defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter made drastic improvements on that side of the ball since 2017. Whole All-American linebacker Evan Weaver and safety Ashtyn Davis, who led a defense that allowed 21.9 points per game last season, are not back, Cal can find a way to replace them.


Having eight starters return to that unit will help. I wouldn’t be surprised if this team ranks high in their conference. Oregon and Washington have to visit them and those are winnable games. California is at +5000 to make the 2021 College Football Playoff at Real bookies. This is a long shot, don’t bet the farm on it.


Bet 2


Ian Book played well for Notre Dame in 2018 when they reached the College Football Playoff. Book had 19 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 10 games, completing 214 of 314 passes for 2,628 yards.


Book was even better in 2019, completing 240 of 399 passes for 3,034 yards and 34 touchdowns and six interceptions in 13 games. He improved all his numbers last season except for his completion percentage, which fell from 68.2 in 2018 to 60.2.


Book’s main targets from last year Chase Claypool and Cole Kmet will not be back but Notre Dame’s new offensive coordinator Tommy Rees can bring the best out of him. Rees will help Book have a great year while improving his NFL Draft stock.


Book is at +2000 at Scoresandstats to win the Heisman Trophy and I will take a shot on this.


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How Does Horse Racing Work With a Pay Per Head


How Does Horse Racing Work With a Pay Per Head


If you’ve been researching pay-per-head (PPH) services you’ve likely seen the term “racebook”.


All PPH providers have a racebook as part of their software package. A racebook allows your clients to wager on horse racing from tracks around the world, every single day of the year.


Should PPH Bookies Utilize the Racebook?


Bookies are always looking at new ways to increase revenues and profits. The racebook is just one more way for bookmakers to make more money, but you need to understand how things work.


It’s possible to lose your shirt if you don’t know how to run your online racebook.


How to Run an Online Racebook


First off, you need a PPH service for all your horse racing needs. It’s not possible to run a racebook without the necessary software and the only affordable way to access the software is with a PPH.


One thing to keep in mind when running a racebook is risk vs. reward. Do you want people betting on $10 exotic bets that could payout $10,000+? No. You can either restrict certain bet types of you can cap winnings on certain bets, which means your exposure is limited.


Here are some tips to help you run a successful horse racing betting site:


  • Track Selection: In order to compete you want a large track selection. Horse handicappers love variety and you should make sure your PPH provider offers 75+ tracks to bet on.


  • Win/Place/Show Bets: Your bread and butter will be win/place/show bets. Your best bet with these wagers is to pay track odds. You can set your own odds, but if you’re paying out less than track odds, you’re not going to entice anyone to bet with your racebook.


  • Exotic Bets: This is where you need to be careful as a PPH bookie. Your bankroll is limited and you can’t afford paying out a 5-figure sum to one lucky punter. This is why you need caps on how much a single bet can payout in your online racebook.


  • Rebates: Most online racebooks offer a daily/weekly rebate of around 5%-10%. Do you need to offer a rebate? No, but PPH services give you the option to set a rebate percentage.


You should keep in mind, most of your players aren’t likely to bet on many races.


However, there are some big races annually that everyone will want to bet on. The Kentucky Derby is one of the most widely bet on sporting events every year and can be a huge moneymaker.


Leading PPH providers have tracks from around the world. Horse racing is popular in a lot of countries around the world, including the USA, Canada, UK, France, Australia and Hong Kong.


Is your online racebook revenue going to outperform your sportsbook revenue? That’s very unlikely, but you should be doing everything you can to increase revenues per active player. If you can get a handful of your players betting on the horses, you can add some extra profits to your bottom line.



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Turn Sports Bettors into Horseplayers

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As regular sports leagues remain sidelined, you can point players to horse racing, the ‘sport of kings.’

Bookies with bored sports bettors should point their clients towards horse racing, thereby turning them into horseplayers. By doing so, bookies can make up for lost sports betting revenue. They can also introduce players to a traditional form of gaming that, for centuries, has entertained millions of people.

In the U.S., the “Sport of Kings” started in 1668. Since then, some racetracks have kept the lights on no matter the crisis. 

The 2020 coronavirus pandemic is no exception.

Some horse racing tracks are still open despite social distancing protocols in most counties and states.

These days, betting options are difficult to come by. Although the major sports leagues remain sidelined, a few racetracks are open.

Oaklawn Park in Arkansas and Gulfstream Park in Florida run races Thursday through Sunday. Tampa Bay Downs runs races on Wednesday and Friday through Sunday.

A couple of lower-level racetracks run races earlier in the week. Both Fonner Park in Nebraska and Will Rogers Downs in Oklahoma run races from Monday through Wednesday.

Soon, Churchill Downs in Kentucky and Santa Anita Park in California should open. Once they do get things going again, players will have plenty of horse race betting options from which to choose.    

Digital racebook provides players low-cost entertainment

Many players stop wagering after football season. Those players either turn to digital casinos or hold off betting until the next football season.

Players that do that are professional sports bettors, but pro-bettors won’t typically make the bulk of a private bookie’s customer base. An individual bookie provides wagering services to mostly casual bettors.

Casual players wager for entertainment purposes. Digital racebooks are the perfect places for low-cost betting entertainment.

But that’s not the only reason bookies should point players to digital racebooks.

Horse racing odds provide significant returns on small investments.

Sports bettors usually have to pay bookie fees. Players pay no juice when they wager on a horse race. 

That’s one player advantage. Another player advantage is horse racing odds.

Horse racing is more like casino betting than traditional sports betting. The big difference is that racetracks don’t have a stake in who wins.

Money wagered goes into specific pari-mutuel pools. Odds are calculated based on what horses attract the most money. Payouts are distributed based on calculated odds.

A typical favorite in a horse race offers 2-to-1 odds. For every $2 wagered on a 2-to-1 horse to win, the payout is $6. That’s a 100% profit back to the player.

Bookies don’t take a cut from pari-mutuel pools

Racetracks make money by taking a percentage of every dollar wagered into every pari-mutuel pool. Bookies don’t take a portion because they aren’t a part of the pools.

To mitigate risk, bookies can set maximum win amounts. Players can wager as much as they’d like. They can win only up to the maximum allowed. If the total allowed is $1,000, that’s the most a player can win even if the player wagered a large amount on the race.

Sports bettors that turn into horseplayers remain sports bettors

Sports bettors that become horseplayers don’t stop betting on sports. They continue to bet on both sports and horse races. That’s good news for bookies. Those bookies that turn their clients into horseplayers end up with dual-players that bet on both sports events and horse races.

It’s tough to run a sportsbook and racebook by yourself. If you’re a bookie who wishes to add a digital racebook, contact PayPerHead. PayPerHead is the number one per head bookie software provider that offers sportsbook software tools guaranteed to help boost profits for online casinos, racebooks, and sportsbooks.  

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Maximize your next NFL season



Maximize your next NFL season

We’re still in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis and we’re going to have to wait a little bit more for our favorite sports and leagues to come back, that’s for sure. However, due to calendar reasons, one of the leagues that gives us hopes that things could go as normal as possible, is precisely one of the most important of all, the NFL.

Every league has taken many things into consideration so far, different plans and scenarios that could affect their respective seasons, but we’re all optimistic that, in the case of the NFL, starting in August with the pre-season, of course, and then the 2020-2021 regular season kicking off in September, maybe we can get to see the full season schedule and things won’t have to change a lot. This is the reason why it’s important for bookies from all over the world to take this time and start preparing to maximize their offer and profits for the next NFL season.


Price per Head will help boost your business for the next NFL season

Are you ready to give your best version and offer your players a world-class service for the next football season? We’d like to remind you that, with Price per Head and providers like your life as a bookie will improve dramatically, your profits will increase, your risk decreases and your time will finally be yours again, to do as you please.

We have some of the sharpest and most experienced line movers in the world working right here for you and your brand, and they are already on NFL mode, making sure we can offer the widest variety of lines and props for your players to be able to bet on. Starting with the NFL Draft and the many options there are to bet on this, moving to future bets like odds to win the Super Bowl, odds to win conferences and divisions, odds to win the regular season MVP, total season wins for each team, possible destinations for players without a team right now and much more.

When the time comes, we’ll make sure to offer the sharpest lines for every game situation, live betting, propositions, line updates throughout the season and everything there is to bet on in this beautiful and shocking sport, America’s favorite.

The best tools and experience for your customers through Price per Head

If you’re not in the pay per head industry already, contact us right now at and let’s get you all setup for the next NFL season and for all the great things to come.

We can refresh your whole image, give you a brand new website with the best online betting platform possible, we’ll give you all the right tools to help your business thrive and we’ll make sure that you and your players are happy, feel safe and get the best sports betting experience of all. The best thing about all this is that it will cost you probably a few hundred dollars a week only, instead of spending your whole savings account.

Are you ready to take the biggest step into success? Join Price per Head today and make it happen, once and for all. We’re ready to welcome you and point you in the right direction.

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Are you looking for affordable betting solutions?

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Are you looking for affordable betting solutions?


If you are in the sportsbook business, then you know how important it is to be able to lower your risks and maximize your profits, in order to achieve a high level of success. 


There are many steps and processes to follow and all of them will give you a better view and understanding of this industry, but one of the first things you need, in order to get to this point and survive your initial push for greatness, is to find affordable betting solutions that can power your operation and give your players the best online betting experience possible.


Here is where the Price per Head industry and operators like can pitch in and give you a good hand. PPH service providers have the infrastructure and experience you need to be able to reach a world-class level in sports betting, for the most affordable price possible. In fact, it’s not only affordable, it is plain cheap, considering the number of benefits and the amount of support you will be getting from now on. 


How much does Price per Head cost?


Some may think it’s too good to be true, but this is all real. Implementing Price per Head for your operation may be the cheapest and greatest investment you will ever make. With PPH, all you need to pay is a small weekly fee per active customer, which means that the amount will probably be of just a few hundred dollars a week, depending on the numbers of players you have, of course. You deal directly with them, as their bookie or sportsbook, no percentage goes anywhere else, it’s all yours. 


With, for example, your weekly fee per active customer could be of even less than $10, but let’s take $10 per head as an example. If you have a package of 50 players, and all of them play that week, then all you need to pay for your whole operational cost that week, is $500. If not all of them play, let’s say it’s only 20, then you pay $200, if 40 of them play, then you pay $400. That’s it!


What does the Pay per Head fee include?


Think about everything you need to do, day by day, in a sportsbook office. Ready? Deal lines and open new markets, customer service, chats, phone assistance, IT, programming, website development. All of this, and much more, is included in your PPH fee. 


Forget about spending long days and weeks in the office; once you join a good PPH service like, you will have our full backup and support for your day to day operations, while you finally get to stay home or do anything you want, and just check in on us or how things are going, just by logging in to our mobile platform. 


Same goes for your players; they will have the best, the most updated, easiest, and safest sports betting platform available right at the palm of their hands.


So, if you’re looking for simple, efficient and affordable betting solutions, Price per Head is the way to go. Contact us right away and we’ll be happy to start our journey to take your operation right to the top of this industry!



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Per Head Money Management Tips

Pay Per Head Management Tips

Manage your sportsbook money like the professional sportsbook owner that you are with pay per head software


Our sportsbook business is our house and we’ve got to take care of our house. Taking care of our house doesn’t mean pushing wagers; it means taking care of our sportsbook finances by managing our players and our books.

For those of us who don’t have a finance degree, the actual sportsbook money management part can be tough. Keep reading for tips for managing your sportsbook money.

The difference between sportsbook revenue and sportsbook profit


Revenue is the total amount of money you bring to your sportsbook. Let’s take a sporting event like the 2019 NBA Finals. The Toronto Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors in 6 games. Check out the results for each game.

  • Game 1 – Raptors 118 – Warriors 109
  • Game 2 – Warriors 109 – Raptors 104
  • Game 3 – Raptors 123 – Warriors 109
  • Game 4 – Raptors 105 – Warriors 92
  • Game 5 – Warriors 106 – Raptors 105
  • Game 6 – Raptors 114 – Warriors 110

There are two types of revenue for all sporting events with multiple games. There’s the revenue that you got from each game. We call that individual game revenue. There’s also the overall revenue that you got from the 2019 NBA Finals.

Let’s list the results again with made up betting action from each game.

  • Game 1 – Raptors 118 – Warriors 109 – $500
  • Game 2 – Warriors 109 – Raptors 104 – $600
  • Game 3 – Raptors 123 – Warriors 109 – $800
  • Game 4 – Raptors 105 – Warriors 92 – $500
  • Game 5 – Warriors 106 – Raptors 105 – $900
  • Game 6 – Raptors 114 – Warriors 110 – $800

The total betting action on the 2019 NBA Finals is $4,100. That’s the total revenue you received from the NBA Finals. For Game 6, the revenue total is $800.

Now let’s add the juice, sometimes called vig or bookie fees.

  • Game 1 – Raptors 118 – Warriors 109 – $50
  • Game 2 – Warriors 109 – Raptors 104 – $60
  • Game 3 – Raptors 123 – Warriors 109 – $80
  • Game 4 – Raptors 105 – Warriors 92 – $50
  • Game 5 – Warriors 106 – Raptors 105 – $90
  • Game 6 – Raptors 114 – Warriors 110 – $80

In a perfect world, you would have received the same amount of money on each side of the spread. Meaning, you could use the losing wagers to pay off the winning wagers. Let’s say your fee on each game is 10%. In that case, we calculate your profit this way.

$4,100 in revenue – $3,690 total cost of services = $410 in profit

The cost of services, in this case, is your total payout. 10% is your profit. That 10% also accounts for your sales. 

This is a good time to discuss the difference between growth revenue and actual revenue.

Companies that sell stock favor growth revenue before actual revenue. Investors buy a stock hoping the company will grow. But sportsbooks are different from stock selling companies.

Bookies don’t get growth revenue. They get actual revenue. You can’t sell shares in your company expecting growth revenue to later turn into profit.

Tips to manage your sportsbook dollars


Check out tips on how to use the line mover and layoff account. Also, here are a few tips on managing your digital and live dealer casino, your digital racebook, and money line wagers.

Be subtle with the line mover. 

Don’t overuse the line mover. Vegas bookmakers have much better information than you have. If you overuse the line mover, you can push your players to a different book.

Don’t overuse the layoff account.

Overusing the layoff account leads to lost profit. Before getting into that, we should set ground rules on when to use the layoff account. You start by thinking about yourself.

Ask yourself the following, “What is my risk-level?”

 If you’re a risk-taker, use the layoff account less than if you hate risk. It’s okay to be conservative. There’s nothing wrong with always using the layoff account to pocket your fees on every ATS game.

Set betting limits on all future and money line betting options.


Don’t bother using your layoff account for money line wagers. Moneyline wager odds push players towards underdogs. The value doesn’t exist on future and money line bet favorites.

Set maximum win limits on horse races.


Horse race odds are much higher than sports events odds. Sometimes, a single trifecta of a race can pay over $1,000.

Set max win limits for every race. Win limits set a max amount players can profit from a single race.

Open both your casinos for all players.


Make sure your players can wager in the digital casino and live dealer casino. Casino wagers won’t make you rich, but it’s an important revenue stream as it will keep your players in action when there’s no game on.   

Manage your sportsbook revenue and profit     


With good sportsbook money management, you can take care of your house. By doing the five things highlighted above, you can ensure you turn most of your revenue into profit. For any questions, chat online with us or call at 800-605-4767. 

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How to Become a Bookie Agent From Scratch

pphThere are new bookies entering the industry on a daily basis. With technology today, it’s possible to start a sportsbook in hours, especially if you know what you’re looking for, which I’ll help you learn.

Bookies can easily make a full-time income with a small number of players. This is one of the few business opportunities where you can earn full-time money within days of starting up.

Another benefit of becoming a bookie agent is that there are little upfront costs. In fact, you can start your business with no money other than your bankroll to payout any potential winners.

Steps for Starting a Sportsbook Today

Let me explain how to start a sportsbook from scratch with zero investment.

  • Find a PPH: The first step is finding a pay-per-head (PPH) service. A PPH service will provide the backbone of your business (Software, Support, etc.). If you want to launch quickly, you need to partner with a PPH shop, as they have the technology necessary to run a bookie.
  • Launching: The leading PPH shops will help you with everything, including a website. Your players will be able to place wagers 24/7 on your website. Trying to launch a sportsbook is extremely costly if you try building your own website and software suite.
  • Marketing: After launching, you’re ready to begin marketing your sportsbook. Ideally, you’ll have a few players ready to start betting at launch so you can start bringing in money. It’s not easy finding new players online, especially initially, which is why it’s ideal to have some players prepared to join as soon as you launch. Marketing takes time to see results.
  • Retaining: There’s a lot of client turnover when you run a sportsbook. Players are prepared to jump at the next big bonus they’re offered in many cases. You need to do your best to retain as many clients as possible by offering A+ service and support to everyone.


Managing an online bookie agent site isn’t as simple as it sounds. Sportsbooks need to constantly update odds throughout the day to stay in line with the market. This is where a PPH shop becomes a necessity. The best PPH services will handle the day-to-day managerial tasks for you.


You’re going to be focused on the marketing aspects because without new players you’ll never make money. You can have the best-looking website in the world, but if you don’t attract new players, your business isn’t going to succeed. The biggest thing is continually getting new players signed up.

I mentioned earlier you can start your business with little investment. That’s because a lot of the PPH shops offer free trials. Some of them even offer free trials for the first four weeks.

If you have a few players ready to start betting, you can launch a sportsbook today with no money down and start making money risk-free for the first month. This also gives you some time to market your new sportsbook. After the free trial, bookies only pay a weekly fee for active players.

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Why is it that agents should not move the lines?

pphWhy is it that agents should not move the lines?

This is one of the questions that Bookies usually ask us here at and it’s a valid and important one, for sure. Can I move the lines myself? The plain answer is yes, you can. As a bookie, an agent, a business owner or however you want to call it, it’s important that you feel comfortable, that you can trust the PPH service provider you’re working with and, most of all, that you still feel in control of your operation. No one knows your players better than you, most probably, no one has been there since the beginning, like you, and no one should decide for you when it comes to managing your business. So, yes, you can move your lines, once you’re already a part of the Price per Head business.

However, there is a simple explanation for everything, and the fact that you can, doesn’t necessarily mean that you should. In fact, our professional advice for you as an agent is that you should not move the lines yourself, and instead, you should let your provider take care of business and do what they do best.


Price per head allows you to focus on the GOLD

One of the best things about joining a good Price per Head service like is that from that moment on, you know you have the full backup and support of our whole company, right there pushing for your sportsbook operation to be great and become that world-class service you always dreamed of.

Right here with us, we have some of the most experienced personnel in all positions, from wagering clerks to Customer Service representatives, from IT to line movers and so on. Once you become a part of our family, you won’t ever have to worry again about the day to day operations in the office, but your main goal on the other hand, is to bring more customers over, collect and pay; that’s all.

It will take just a few days, at most, for you to realize you’re in the best hands, and once you get this, you will understand that, from now on, you finally have the freedom you always dreamed of, and you will never have to be stuck in an office again, dealing lines, taking phone calls, missing big games because you had to work through them.

Your sportsbook, your rules

We understand this is your business and, in the end, you’ll be the one setting the rules. If you want to adjust a line, because it turns out most of your players are from Boston, and the Patriots are playing, then it will be your decision to charge a little bit more juice or go half a point off from the rest. However, remember these moves can also cost some money, if things don’t go as planned, and that’s where our advise for you, as professionals in this sports betting industry, is to leave this in our hands and trust that, with our experience and understanding of the business, we’ll make the best calls for you, as if it was our very own operation.

Want to talk more about this? Contact us right now and let’s have a chat. Once we’re done, you’ll be ready to move ahead.

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