Is the IDSCA Sportsbook Software Available in California?

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Aaron Goldstein
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The IDSCA Pay Per Head software is available from the state of California.  Is it endorsed by Gambling911.com though?  Find out below.

Gambling911.com Endorsed Pay Per Head Sites, all are available in the state of California

*No hidden fees.  Everything for $5 per player
*Accepts Amazon Cards, Gift cards, Bitcoin
*Open an account in less than a minute
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*Hundreds of leagues, live betting - 99.9% uptime
*Mobile platform available
*Live dealer casino
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*4 weeks free trial
*Starting at $7 per head, 24/7 support
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While IDSCA is one of the oldest and most established Pay Per Heads on the market today, it is not currently endorsed by Gambling911.com.

When compared to say a RealBookies, even they will admit that their own company looks like the "new kid on the block" compared to IDSCA.

The only real disadvantage to using them is the price, which is often substantially more than the competition.  This does have to be weighed with the quality of service offered by IDSCA.  It's bar none according to those we have spoken to.

That price ranges upwards to $30 per head!

By comparison, PayPerHead.com and RealBookies offer a price tag of UNDER $10 per head and sometimes far less with specials and multi-week long trials.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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