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Start My Own Sports Betting Site From Wisconsin?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/07/2018

Wanna start an online sportsbook from the state of Wisconsin?  The US Supreme Court has abolished decades old prohibition of sports betting, however, each state much change its own laws to allow the activity.  There are a number of Pay Per Head solutions run from other countries that offer their services to Wisconsin residents.

What You Need to Start Your Sportsbook

For just $5 a player per week you can start your own online sportsbook.  This is a perfect opportunity for affiliates in the gaming sector who are currently only getting 35% or less on losses.  With the Pay Per Head you can get 100% and only pay the small fee based on your customers, which is essentially a savings on the overhead if you were to do everything yourself.  In fact, a typical customer for an independent bookmaker without the use of a Pay Per Head service would cost about four times more.  The Pay Per Head provides everything from reporting to 24/7 customer service to lines feeds and a customized website, just to name of a few of the great benefits.  PricePerPlayer reports a four times increase in their business compared to Football season last year thanks to sports betting becoming more embraced by the mainstream public.  They have been a part of the Gambling911.com family going on four years now.

Your Teams

Wisconsin is already home to some of the best teams in sports today with Green Bay in the NFL and the Badgers in College Football.  This year the Bucks in the NBA have gotten off to a tremendous start and should help bolster business for Wisconsin-based sportsbook owners.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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