Bookmaking Solutions Arkansas

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Dec/08/2018

Bookmaking solutions are readily available to those living in the state of Arkansas.


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Arkansas sports fans love their Razorbacks the most in College Football.

The state's voters recently approved gambling expansion in the state via an amendment and this will include sports betting.

Arkansas state regulators will be in charge of accepting applications from two existing racetracks and two proposed casinos.

From SportsTalkFlorida:

One of the existing racetracks is a dog track owned by Jeremy Jacobs’ Delaware North, a Buffalo, New York company that owns the NHL’s Boston Bruins. Jacobs is considered the National Hockey League’s most influential owner.  Southland Park Gaming and Racing in West Memphis, Arkansas is located near the Tennessee-Arkansas border. Delaware North spent $3 million in campaign financing pushing Arkansas voters to approve the measure.

Should sportsbooks begin operating in Arkansas, the activity is likely to be limited by both location and offerings, not to mention the rather steep state tax likely to be imposed.   This affords bookmakers the opportunity to capitalize on the new offering through free press and exposure, but not to be pushed out of the market.

These are just a few of the benefits of signing on with PremierPerHead.com from the state of Alaska:

Full Mobile options for both agent and player

  • most payment methods in the industry, they will work around any issue
  • Dedicated servers with 99.99% uptime
  • Live betting for every game, every day
  • fully staffed call center. 0 wait time for players and agents
  • Customizable limits and profiles, offering the most control of your business
  • Set up your horse wagering platform how you would like, regardless of your size
  • Old school experience and feel as well as the newest technology and service

You will only be paying a small weekly fee per player

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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