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Pay Per Head Bookie Outsourcing in Baldwin County Alabama

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Published on:
Jun/05/2017

It is easy to find a Pay Per Head bookie outsourcing company willing to support Baldwin County in Alabama, especially during that all-important College Football season.  The state has the biggest and the best College Football fan base in the country.  ALL Alabama and Auburn games are available for LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING via the best Pay Per Head companies.

AcePerHead.com is one such company that offers bookies 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.  

Baldwin County’s College Football fan base is made up of nearly 50% Crimson Tide fans and another quarter root for Auburn.  5 percent of those in the county identify themselves as LSU Tigers fans.

How Much More Money Can an Alabama Bookie Make Utilizing a Pay Per Head Bookie Outsourcing Business?

It is estimated that players tend to lose approximately 15 percent more when betting from a mobile device.  Nearly all of today’s Pay Per Head services offer mobile capability.

Gambling911.com believes that conservatively a Pay Per Head business can help to generate a quarter (25 percent) more in profit through offering of the aforementioned loss leaders such as the LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING, online casino and mobile betting platform. 
Let’s now look at how the Alabama bookie would likely have fared in 2016 using a Pay Per Head service when considering local team and regional fan base betting tendencies.

Bookie Expected Revenue Generation Using a Pay Per Head

TEAM

2016 ATS

WITHOUT PPH

WITH PPH

Crimson Tide

10-5

Big Loss

Loss

Auburn Tigers

9-4

Big Loss

Loss

LSU

6-6

Break Even

Small Win

Saints

11-5

Big Loss

Loss

 

Know the Law

Alabama makes both simple gambling and aggravated gambling a misdemeanor outside the confines of otherwise licensed establishments.

As the world's second oldest profession (after prostitution), bookmaking is not going away any time soon.  And while many view the activity as relatively harmless (PPH operations remove most of the physical components that might otherwise attract criminal elements), bookmaking businesses sometimes find themselves intertwined with more serious felonious activities such as enterprise corruption, money laundering and tax evasion.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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