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PelicanPPH.com Review

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/12/2019

PelicanPPH.com looks like a good platform though we don't have enough information about them.  Some of their highlights appear below.  Only the best Pay Per Head sites are partnered with Gambling911.com, including RealBookies, which charges a small weekly fee ONLY for active customers.

*4 weeks free trial
*Starting at $7 per head, 24/7 support
*Pay only for active players
*Live in-play betting on mobile or laptop
*No deposit required - Instant setup
*Live dealer casino or virtual casino
*18 plus years in business serving sports betting public
*70 plus horse tracks
Click here to visit RealBookies

PelicanPPH looks like a really cool site complete with - you guessed it - animated pelicans.

The package offered by Pelican does not involve you having to lease software on a monthly basis. Rather, you have the software available for your players and you can pay a rate as low as $3 per player, per week. It's like a "pay only for what you use" situation.

Of course that sounds great, but PelicanPPH is not yet a partner of the Gambling911.com website.  Those Pay Per Head platforms that are tend to be the most prominent on the Net.

The PelicanPPH platform offers all the major sports from around the world. And they use line-moving software, which allows you to customize lines - a nice feature.

You can offer exotics like parlays, teasers, round robins and more, along with props, futures, and various bets that take place for quarters, halves and so on. What's unique is that you can also give customers access to pools, squares, parlay cards and bracket contests.

The software allows for you to offer horse racing betting (all the major tracks are covered) as well as a full casino, so your customers don't have to go anywhere else to satisfy their need for action.

The site offers 100% mobile compatibility. 

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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