Pay Per Head for the 2018 Winter Olympics

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Feb/06/2018

AcePerHead.com is an excellent Pay Per Head for this year's Winter Olympics.

One of the largest Pay Per Head companies on the planet, AcePerHead.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.   AcePerHead.com also offers LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING for all nationally televised games right up to the final second of play.

In addition to futures wagers, AcePerHead.com was expected to offer daily wagering on the top winter Olympics competition.

Here is a sampling of what one can expect, all customized to meet your individual client's needs:

Womens Slalom Outrights: Mikaela Shiffrin (2/7), Frida Hansdotter (9), Wendy Holdener (9), Petra Vlhova (12), Bernadette Schild (16), Chiara C…

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