Bookie Call Center Outsourcing for College Bowl Games, Playoffs

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
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Bookie Call Center Outsourcing for College Bowl Games, Playoffs

PayPerHeadAgents.com is one of the leading bookie call center outsourcing businesses for this year’s College Bowl games season and the highly anticipated first ever College Football Playoffs. 

PayPerHeadAgents.com puts world class service and bookmaking software within the reach of sports betting enthusiasts just starting their own business, as well as established operations of all sizes. Years of experience and dedication have refined our per head services for Sportsbook and casino software rental.

There are over two dozen Bowl games this season and Gambling911.com will be profiling each of them while PayPerHeadAgents.com will be offering wagering on each Bowl game along with props, live wagering and you can do all of this from your mobile phone.

Check out just a snippet of what you get when setting up a bookie call center outsourcing account for your business below.

Main Customer-Facing Features and Benefits:

  • User-friendly wagering interface.
  • 24/7 Internet betting and call center service.
  • Large betting menu. We book all sports including soccer, tennis, cricket, motor racing, boxing, and entertainment and political props.
  • Players may choose what language and time zone the wagering interface is displayed in.
  • We offer all types of bets including straight bet, parlay, round robin, if bet, teasers, futures, live betting and more!
  • Mobile-ready sports betting software.
  • View pending wagers, and account histories conveniently online.
  • Live betting on major sporting events.
  • Fast grading of all events.

Main Agent-Facing Features and Benefits:

  • Multilingual, experienced agent and customer support staff.
  • See your player’s betting activity in real time with our Bet Ticker!
  • If you decide to use one of our websites, you will have more than one website design to choose from. If desired you may have a group of players log in at a different website.
  • Group your players into sub agent categories.
  • Agent support is available 24 hours a day. Need to delete or call-in a late play? No problem, we can help.
  • All our wagering calls are tape-recorded.
  • Conveniently manage your players’ accounts online (credit lines, payments, etc).
  • Private message configuration for players.
  • Set custom limits per sport, per agent, or per type of wager.
  • Enable or restrict a particular sport or type of wager.
  • You determine the line type and payoff odds to be used (juice, etc).
  • Gain instant access to IP/player information.
  • Option to request your own custom website design, or custom betting interface.

Learn More About PayPerHeadAgents.com Here

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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