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White Label Online Sportsbook for the 2017 World Series

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Jun/11/2017

You can run your very own white label online sportsbook ahead of the upcoming 2017 World Series this October and it only takes under a half hour to set up.

White label software companies like PremierPerHead.com offersbookies their own customized website, line management, accounting services, 24/7 customer service for clients and loss leaders that significantly boost profit such as an online casino, horse racing platform and IN-PLAY LIVE WAGERING on most televised games.

The later is something that today’s savvy sports bettors demand and something that simply cannot be offered without a Pay Per Head outsourcing firm. 

Ultimately these additional features will help to build a loyal customer base while boosting your current player base wagering volume, a result of the additional features that can now be offered.

Below you will find a sampling of early 2017 World Series futures betting odds to win (as of Week 1 in June).  These odds can be adjusted accordingly, especially when regional favorite teams are considered. 

Odds to Win 2017 World Series (11/2/17)

Team

Odds

Houston Astros

4/1

Chicago Cubs

6/1

Los Angeles Dodgers

13/2

Boston Red Sox

7/1

Washington Nationals

8/1

Cleveland Indians

9/1

New York Yankees

13/1

Colorado Rockies

18/1

Arizona Diamondbacks

22/1

Toronto Blue Jays

25/1

New York Mets

28/1

Detroit Tigers

30/1

St. Louis Cardinals

30/1

Baltimore Orioles

40/1

Seattle Mariners

40/1

Minnesota Twins

45/1

Texas Rangers

55/1

Pittsburgh Pirates

60/1

San Francisco Giants

70/1

Tampa Bay Rays

75/1

Kansas City Royals

90/1

Los Angeles Angels

90/1

Miami Marlins

100/1

Milwaukee Brewers

100/1

Cincinnati Reds

250/1

Oakland Athletics

250/1

Atlanta Braves

300/1

Chicago White Sox

300/1

Philadelphia Phillies

700/1

San Diego Padres

1000/1

Odds to Win 2017 National League Pennant (11/2/17)

Team

Odds

Chicago Cubs

13/5

Washington Nationals

14/5

Los Angeles Dodgers

7/2

Colorado Rockies

8/1

Arizona Diamondbacks

11/1

New York Mets

14/1

St. Louis Cardinals

15/1

Pittsburgh Pirates

30/1

San Francisco Giants

35/1

Miami Marlins

50/1

Milwaukee Brewers

50/1

Cincinnati Reds

125/1

Atlanta Braves

150/1

Philadelphia Phillies

350/1

San Diego Padres

500/1

Odds to Win 2017 American League Pennant (11/2/17)

Team

Odds

Houston Astros

9/4

Boston Red Sox

15/4

Cleveland Indians

5/1

New York Yankees

13/2

Toronto Blue Jays

12/1

Detroit Tigers

15/1

Baltimore Orioles

20/1

Minnesota Twins

25/1

Seattle Mariners

25/1

Texas Rangers

30/1

Tampa Bay Rays

35/1

Kansas City Royals

45/1

Los Angeles Angels

45/1

Oakland Athletics

125/1

Chicago White Sox

150/1

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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