Price Per Head Cost vs. Savings

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Jun/21/2015
Price Per Head Cost vs. Savings

Gambling911.com looks at the Price Per Head cost versus savings.  Is it worth having your business contracted out to an offshore PPH? Our friends from AcePerHead.com illustrate the price savings. 

Deciding if the price of pay per head services is right differs for every agent.  Your added expenses will typically be a small weekly fee for each player that wagered that week, and the savings will be in personal time, investment, and administration.  Usually it is a winning trade off – please consider the following example:

  • Agent Bob has 20 players currently, and spends all of his free time (30 hours / week) managing the players, taking wagers, and doing accounting
     
  • Bob joins Ace pay per head
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  • In a typical week, 15 of Bob’s players will wager, so at $10 per head / week, he is now spending $150
  • With the accounting done automatically, wagers fielded by our call center, and player management done easily online, Bob now spends only 10 hours / week managing his players!

     
  • With the extra time on his hands due to ace pay per head services, Bob adds 40 brand new players – something he could never have managed before – all without doing more work than his original 30 hours / week.
     

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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