BetEagle The Latest Online Sportsbook to Switch Over to .AG Extension

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Jun/19/2011
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A Costa Rican online sportsbook that mostly deals in credit, BetEagle, is the latest to switch over to the .AG extension. 

BetEAGLE.com is known to have a good reputation overall and has been around the industry for some time.  

For the ultimate per head experiance, head on over to one of the first to set up shop, PerHead.com.  They are among the premier price per head shops in all of the offshore gambling sector.  Per Head operates from a three story ultra-modern building outside of San Jose, Costa Rica.  And did we mention they were featured in the New York Times.

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