Sports Betting Software Available in All Countries

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While some countries are considered so-called “grey” and others go as far as to stone suspected bookmakers (Indonesia), sports betting software is readily available in every nation across the globe depending on the provider.

The sports betting software and sportsbook pay per head service lets bookies from around the globe and anyone else start their own sports betting operation at an affordable price, as low as $5 per head.

“Our bookie pay per head platform is easy to use and only takes a few seconds to set up. We are one of the top sportsbook pay per head provider because our bookie software gives you complete control over your players with easy to understand reports while giving your players a top of the line sports betting experience that include: sports betting, live betting, digital casino, live dealer casino and a racebook!”

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- Aaron Goldstein,  

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