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What Pay Per Head Offers Live In-Play Betting on NFL

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/20/2015
What Pay Per Head Offers Live In-Play Betting on NFL

Premier Per Head offers live in-play betting on all NFL games, an offering that is a proven profit booster.

The ability to provide live in-play wagering is something that makes the Pay Per Head concept unique in that most local bookies are unable to offer this service.

Live betting is here to stay. It is a must have for your pay per head solution, PremierPerHead.com touts on its website.

Live betting is the ability to allow players to keep wagering, after any event starts, and consistently throughout the activity, with odds that are ever-changing, according to the flow of what is taking place.

It also means lots of additional revenue, as clients will be in action all the time. The interface is user-friendly, and because it offers everything at a glance, in addition to the superior server speed, players can get their bets off in a hurry. They can also jump from one event to another seamlessly.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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