I Want to Run My Own Sportsbook for No Cost

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Apr/09/2017

You can now run your very own online sportsbook and not have to pay a single penny.  Well, at least for the first two weeks.

PermierPerHead.com is to the Pay Per Head industry what free online poker rooms are to the real play Web poker rooms.

The fresh new concept is essentially a social media Pay Per Head platform that allows individuals to set up their very own sportsbook where they can have their buddies or fellow workers to place their “bets” weekly for prizes.  And just like with the free poker rooms and Daily Fantasy Sports sites, upgrades are available.  You will run your sportsbook just like the masters.  Futures and game props are available as well.

There are upgrades you can take advantage of at a later date.

For now, here is what you get:

    Real-time, 24/7 snapshot of your status

    Offer the sharpest, up-to-date lines in sports

    Choose the sports and events you will offer

    Set limits by sport and wager type

    Set rules on parlays and teasers

    Use real-time reporting on players, winnings, and losses

    Superior infrastructure and redundancy guarantee 99.99% up-time

LEARN MORE HERE

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