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Start a Bookie Business Online With Under 50 Players

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Sep/19/2019

Pay Per Head companies the likes of RealBookies offer the opportunity to start your own bookie business with fewer than 50 players.  In theory, you can actually take advantage of their unique revenue-generating service with just a single player.  The more players you have, the more money you'll be making.  It's no secret that successful well established bookies often live in mansions and drive expensive cars.  Some even have yachts.

*4 weeks free trial
*Starting at $7 per head, 24/7 support
*Pay only for active players
*Live in-play betting on mobile or laptop
*No deposit required - Instant setup
*Live dealer casino or virtual casino
*18 plus years in business serving sports betting public
*70 plus horse tracks
Click here to visit RealBookies

RealBookies charges just $7 per active player (per head) per week.  So if you have 35 players active in a given week, you'll simply pay $245 in that week to the Pay Per Head ($7 X 35 players).  If you have 50 players and only 35 play in a given week, you'll still only pay $245 that week.

It should be noted that, without a Pay Per Head business support system, you'll be doing all the work and each of these players will cost 4 or more times this price in overhead.  Starting your own sportsbook that does not incorporate the PPH model will cost a few hundred thousand dollars just to get it off the ground.

With the RealBookies Pay Per Head platform, this is what you get:

Instant Account Setup
Pay Only For Active Players
Live In Game Wagering
24/7 Access to Accounting Reports
Mobile Interface
Free Four Week Trial
Free Racebook
Free Virtual & Live Casino Games

The website your players access is completely customized.

Once set up you can continue to build your customer base primarily through word of mouth.

There is simply no denying that the RealBookies.com bookie software could benefit your business in a significant way, regardless of the number of players you have under your wing.

The more action you write, the more revenue your bookie business will take in. You'll always want to keep adding new players in an effort to replace those who depart for whatever reason, as well as to increase your client base.

Learn more about how to become a bookie with this video below.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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