Pay Per Head Bookie Outsourcing in Salt Lake City

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It is easy to find a Pay Per Head bookie outsourcing company willing to support the Salt Lake City bookie.   

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.  

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.

AcePerHead.com offers a FREE 6-WEEK TRIAL and an affordable payment plan in which you will pay X amount of dollars per active customer without any of the headaches that typically come with running a bookmaking business alone.

About Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City, contrary to popular belief, is not Mormon-majority, as is much of the rest of the state.  It is, however, the headquarters for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). 

Salt Lake City has more people living here who work in computers and math than 95% of the places in the US.  Other major industries include healthcare, airlines (Delta and JetBlue rank as the number 10 and number 11 top employer in the county), education and banking (with Discovery Bank among the top five employers in the county). 

Salt Lake City has a population of just shy of 200,000 but with an urban area of just over 1 million people. 

How Much More Money Can a Salt Lake City 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 Bronx 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


2016 ATS



Utes Football


Break Even

Small Profit



Break Even

Small Profit

Cougars Football


Big Loss


Real Salt Lake City MLS




Utes Basketball


Break Even

Small Profit

Cougars Basketball



Big Profit




Small Loss



Big Profit

Big Profit



Big Loss


Though it may not seem it to the outside observer, Utah as a state has a plentiful sports fan base with some solid teams, especially in College Football with the University of Utah Utes and Brigham Young Cougars.   Both those teams excelled in College Basketball as well.  BYU BTW happens to have a very solid national fan base. 

The Utes football team and Jazz each make up 25 percent of the fan base (or half the Utah regional fan base).  Brigham Young football captures another 20 percent of the fan base.  These numbers are obviously more skewed in favor of BYU once you get closer to Provo, 45 minutes outside Salt Lake City.

The Real Salt Lake City Major League Soccer franchise is the most prized among 10 percent of the local population, and we’re sure those numbers grow each year.

The local College Basketball teams have smaller fan bases than some of the outside NFL teams, most notably the Denver Broncos.  Close to 15 percent of NFL fans purport to be Broncos backers while another 10 percent follow the 49ers and close to this number are Cowboys fans.  Bookies servicing this region will likely require lines involving these three teams to be shaded (maybe not so much the 49ers in their current state).  Pay Per Head firms can customize betting lines accordingly.  

The Jazz, meanwhile, have made a nice little run in the 2017 Playoffs though they were a mere 36-42 Against The Spread as of this writing and those bookies utilizing a PPH outfit should be profiting handsomely. 

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Salt Lake City’s Most Desirable Neighborhoods

The following are representative of Salt Lake City’s most prosperous neighborhoods.  Savvy bookies will tend to target those with an inclination to bet sports residing in these regions in and around the city as the average wager will tend to be higher with more volume in general.

Chandler Dr / Tomahawk Dr

    Beck St / Davis St


    S 1300 E / E 900 S

    Foothill Dr / E 1300 S

    Mount Aire / Pinecrest

    S 2200 E / Stringham Ave

    S 1300 E / E 3300 S

    S 1100 E / Princeton Ave

    Foothill Village

Crime in the Salt Lake City Still Makes Independent Bookmaking Dangerous

One of the advantages of utilizing a Pay Per Head business is the elimination of wire rooms and other aspects of a bookmaking operation that make your establishment an enticing target for criminals.

When it comes to the Salt Lake City, one's chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 9. Within Utah, more than 100% of the communities have a lower crime rate than Salt Lake City, with that number essentially slashed in half for those operating in risk industries the likes of bookmaking.

With a population of 192,672, Salt Lake City has a combined rate of violent and property crime that is very high compared to other places of similar population size. Regardless of whether Salt Lake City does well or poorly compared to all other cities and towns in the US of all sizes, compared to places with a similar population, it fares badly. Few other communities of this size have a crime rate as high as Salt Lake City.

Know the Law

Gambling in all forms, including a state lottery, are illegal in the state of Utah. You will not find a land based casino, poker room, bingo hall, or pari-mutual betting facility in its boundaries.

The state also has cracked down on Internet gambling operators over the past several years, most prominently in regard to a regional bank servicing online poker rooms, which ultimately resulted in the dreaded “Black Friday” indictments of April 2011. 

Ironically, with many internationally licensed online sportsbooks opting not to service the state of Utah, local bookies have become more plentiful, thus resulting in booming Pay Per Head demand.

Technically, simple gambling is a misdemeanor in the state.  Aggravated gambling is considered a felony. 

To show how rigid Utah can be towards those suspected of partaking in gambling activities, in March 2017 alone, some 150 arrest warrants were issued against businesses suspected of taking in an estimated $12 million to $24 million over a 12-month time frame, mostly through illegal slot machines.

Needless-to-say, if you are a bookie operating in any state and taking in this type of money, your odds of being charged with a crime are that much greater.

It's Also Unlawful in Salt Lake City to…

Walk down the street carrying a paper bag containing a violin in the city proper.

Have sex in the back of an ambulance if it is responding to an emergency call.

Fish while on horseback.

Not to drink milk on a regular basis.

Not stop for birds on the highway.

Allow your wife to commit a criminal offense while in her presence as you (as the husband) will be charged.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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