I Need a Bookie Software From South Carolina for the Super Bowl

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Feb/03/2018

If you are looking for an online bookie solutions platform for this year's Super Bowl from South Carolina be sure to check out AcePerHead.com.

One of the largest Pay Per Head companies on the planet, AcePerHead.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.   AcePerHead.com also offers LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING for all nationally televised games right up to the final second of play.

AcePerHead.com will also be offering hundreds of Super Bowl prop bets and all odds/prices can be customized for your region.  LIVE IN-PLAY right up to the final seconds.

Cryptocurrency transactions are now readily available at AcePerHead.com. 

Want to switch from your current provider?  Depending on the size of the player base, they can have you up and running in 15 to 20 minutes.  Larger client bases may take a bit longer.

Aggravated gambling in the Palmetto State is considered a misdemeanor.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

 

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