2018 Winter Olympic Price Per Head

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Feb/08/2018

PricePerPlayer.com is letting everyone know their Price Per Head platform will be featuring plenty of betting options for this year's Winter Olympics.

The county of Pyeongchang in South Korea is ready to host the Olympics. This year, the opening ceremony will take place on Friday, Feb. 9, 2018 at 11pm ET.

Bettors from North America should know that the time difference between the Eastern U.S. coast and Pyeongchang is 14 hours.   This means that anyone wanting to take advantage of PricePerPlayer's LIVE IN-PLAY GAMBLING feature for the 2018 Winter Olympics may be spending a lot of late nights through February 25.

There will also be a primetime broadcast of the ceremonies on NBC at 8 pm Eastern/5 pm Pacific, hosted by Katie Couric and Mike Tirico. According to the New York Times, NBC’s online coverage will also be available to stream during primetime, which has not been the case in years past.

While Price Per Head odds can be customized, most online bookies see Norway and Germany the favorites to win the most medals this year.  Norway is currently at +150 while Germany is at +160.

On the Men’s Ice Hockey side which will take place at Gangneung Hockey Centre, Kwandong Hockey Centre, the Russian team is the favorite to win gold at +100.  Afterwards, the odds favor Canada at+450 and then by Sweden at +450 as well.

For more information, visit PricePerPlayer.com here.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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