Top Pay Per Head for Raleigh Durham Area Bookies, Agents

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Jan/20/2018

Bookies and agents have no shortage of top Pay Per Head platforms for which to choose from in the Raleigh Durham area.

The region is especially lucky to have a high demand for sports wagering well beyond the NFL and College Football seasons as North Carolina has one of the largest College Basketball fan bases in the nation.

TopPayPerHead.com has all you need for this College Basketball season, including full reporting, customized websites, 24/7 customer service and LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on most games featuring North Carolina teams, all starting as low as $4 per head

Duke and UNC were both listed in the top ten of those College Basketball teams with the shortest odds of winning this year's Championship.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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