Super Bowl LII Bookie Solution Washington State

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Jan/31/2018

Because Washington State is the only state in the continental U.S. that makes placing an online sports bet illegal (Class C felony but never enforced to this date), most online post up sportsbooks will not operate here.  This has made the state especially enticing for bookies, would be bookies and agents to operate here.  With the proper bookie solution online, Super Bowl LII should prove profitable for the Washington bookmaker.

One of the largest Pay Per Head companies on the planet, PremierPerHead.com is a full service, 24/7 provider of online bookmaking software with odds on nearly every sport, monitored every second in order to be responsive to injury and trade news as well as sharp action coming in.   PremierPerHead.com also offers LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING for all nationally televised games right up to the final second of play.

More importantly for Super Bowl LII, PremierPerHead.com will be featuring hundreds of prop bets and customized odds for your clients.

There is no better time to set up a test account than during the Super Bowl

Already utilizing a Pay Per Head bookie solution and not happy?  You can make the transition in as little as an hour.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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