I Want to Run My Own Sportsbook From Arkansas

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/01/2019

Today's top Pay Per Head software companies allow one to run his or her own sportsbook from any state with ease, including Arkansas.


WHY BE AN AFFILIATE WHEN YOU CAN GET 100%?  JUST PAY $5 PER PLAYER

How to Start

It takes under an hour to set up, but once you have all your players on board, they are assigned a specific customized sportsbook of your choosing.  You will be charged starting at $5 per player per week depending on the package option.  Our friends at PricePerPlayer.com offer a number of package deals with upgrades galore based on your individual needs.  They also offer a two-week trial period.

Included as part of the deal is full reporting, line management, in-play betting, 24/7 customer service, full range of wagering options via the customized website and so much more.

"We offer the next generation, top of the line sports betting software that uses the latest advancements and encryption technology to give you ease of mind about running your very own online sportsbook. The PricePerPlayer sports betting platform is equipped to meet the all of the requirements needed in the fast paced world of the gambling industry. The PricePerPlayer platform is an integrated, all-inclusive, solution for the management of betting activities and is designed to provide the complete management of sports betting games, at the operations, risk management and decision making level. Its extended functionalities include competitions, games, odds, handicaps etc., as well as real-time monitoring of betting trends and potential liabilities."

Arkansas Sportsbook

Let the voters decide!

An amendment passed in November's election authorizes the state to issue licenses for casinos in Jefferson and Pope counties, provided there is local support from elected officials. Issue 4 also allows the four casinos to offer sports betting.

Great news for local area bookies as most folks aren't going to elect to visit these casinos every time they want to place a bet.  That's something they can do over the phone or online.  These new sportsbooks will simply help give more folks the gambling bug.  Bookmakers can also offer better options that include anonymity.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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