Need Sportsbook Software in Vegas for Super Bowl

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Feb/04/2018

Sure there are an abundant of sportsbooks spread throughout the Las Vegas area but in order to go bet at one you typically have to physically visit the property, and this could be a hassle.

Likewise, most of the folks placing Super Bowl wagers are from out of town where sportsbooks are nowhere to be found.

Today's independent bookie acts more as an affiliate, one who can provide the website and a login while acting as an intermediary between what is known as a Pay Per Head.  It is the Pay Per Head that provides the software platform, including updates and odds, while the bookie or agent manages all the players that come in through him or her. 

Cryptocurrencies eliminate the need for a bookie having to pay a player in person.  This can all now be done through cyberspace.

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.

Remember too that they will be offering hundreds of betting props and LIVE IN-PLAY BETTING with this year's Super Bowl.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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