Access to Worldwide Betting Lines for Pay Per Head Bookies, Agents

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
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Access to Worldwide Betting Lines for Pay Per Head Bookies, Agents

We know Football is here and that’s the talk of the Pay Per Head community right now but what about full access to other worldwide betting lines, primarily that other football those in America refer to soccer?

“Today’s player demands wagering options from more than just the American professional sports,” notes Gambling911.com Senior Sports Reporter Don Shapiro.  “There are cable sports stations that devote some time to broadcasting the major Premier League teams games live as well as a few other worldwide soccer events.”

Most of the big name online sportsbooks and Pay Per Heads offer betting on leagues that aren’t necessarily in the public eye.

The folks at RealBookies.com note: “Exposing your customers to new and exciting betting options not only adds to the action on their end, it helps boost the bottom line on yours. Everyone knows the popularity of betting on the NFL but that is a limited season that only really covers five months of the year. What happens to your business when the NBA shuts down for the year in June? The goal of any bookmaker looking to create a business that will produce year-round profits is to develop a customer base that engages in year-round sports betting.”

It’s not just betting on worldwide sporting events but also entertainment and political offerings such as the U.S. Presidential race. 

Then there are wagering alternatives like player props, futures and live in-progress betting.

RealBookies.com says: “Very simply, a live betting line allows your customer to bet on a sporting event while it is actually taking place. This is relatively new to the sports gaming industry, but nothing creates more excitement than betting on what is going to happen next in a match or game that is in progress. Given the complexity of live betting It would be impossible for you to do this on your own.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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