Top Pay Per Head for Betting the Academy Awards

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A top Pay Per Head for betting this year's Academy Awards is none other than  The name says it all.

The new kid on the block, is a Pay Per Head business backed by some of the deepest pockets in the world of offshore sports betting. A full service Pay Per Head Solution being offered at just $4 per head or less.  LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING is available.

Outside of the U.S. Presidential elections, the Oscars represents the single most wagered on nonsporting event in the world.

Pay Per Head platforms can offer betting on all the main categories or a more enhanced menu for categories such as Costume Design, Best Foreign Language Film and Best Animated Film, just to name a few.

The Academy Awards typically feature either a "lock" or competitive odds between only two nominees.  Best Picture this year is one example of a more competitive category when compared to the Best Actor odds with Gary Oldman at -2000. 

Most books place a cap on the limit that can be bet on each Oscar category at around $500.  This ensures that one would have to bet around $400 to win $20 on Gary Oldman, an almost guaranteed payout but at a management number. 

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