Sports Betting Software Charlotte

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Oct/11/2017

You can find sports betting software in Charlotte offered up by one of several Gambling911.com-endorsed Pay Per Head companies, including PricePerPlayer.com.

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Bookies and agents alike from the Charlotte area will be needing the services of a Pay Per Head as their beloved Panthers are off to a terrific start to the 2017 NFL season.

College Basketball is just around the corner with North Carolina enjoying one of the biggest fan bases for this sport.  The Tar Heels had the fifth shortest odds of winning the 2018 NCAA College Basketball Championship while Duke was the favorite to win at 5/1 odds across the board.

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