Sports Betting Software Louisville

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Published on:
Oct/04/2017

PricePerPlayer.com offers an excellent sports betting software platform for those residing in the Louisville, Kentucky area.

Louisville has the added advantage of enjoying a successful College Football and College Basketball program, though the later is under scrutiny following a bribery scandal and it remains to be seen the repercussions that might occur moving forward.

Jefferson County, home of Louisville, is also broken up into a few NFL fan bases that include the Bengals and Steelers, each encompassing roughly 9 percent, and the Colts, with about 6 percent of the NFL fan base (though there were plenty of Colts fans when we were there).

Of course, we would be remiss in pointing out that the Louisville area is home to one of North America’s biggest wagering events, the Kentucky Derby.

PricePerPlayer.com offers an excellent option for those in this region looking to provide their clients with sports betting software that includes LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING. 

From PricePerPlayer.com:

We offer the next generation, top of the line sports betting platform 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.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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