Take Bets Online From Washington State With Sportsbook Software

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A quality Pay Per Head allows bookies and agents to take bets online from Washington State

The Pay Per Head eliminates the need to maintain a costly wire room, records and bet tickets, and the entire process of bet taking. 

Until now, the only real exposure for a local bookie or agent involved the actual collection of funds or having to pay customers directly.  With bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, this can now be done through the Pay Per Head via intermediaries. 

A recent US Supreme Court decision allows Washington to offer legalized sports betting provided they amend state laws. 

Be forewarned, Washigton is the only state that makes placing a bet online a Class C felony.  In an ironic twist, this has only helped to boost the bookmaking sector in the state.

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