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Is Their a Start Up Fee for a Pay Per Head Sportsbook?

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Published on:
Jan/28/2017

One of the best things about starting your own independent sports bookmaking business is a very low cost barrier to get everything up and running as long as you have the right Pay Per Head site by your side. Premier Free Pay Per Head has been helping private bookies successfully run and manage their own sportsbook, racebook and online white label casino for the past 16 years. All you need is some betting customers and we can provide the rest in the form of time-tested sportsbook software solutions.

1-Everything is Included in One, Low Price Per Head Service Fee

From the moment you make that first call to Premier Per Head at 800.498.4709 you will know that your bookie business is in the best hands possible. You will have your own designated account manager to help walk you through the simple process of getting things up and running with our online gambling software. You will also have the opportunity to work with our in-house IT staff on the design and maintenance of your own custom website. Best of all, everything you need to run and manage your own sportsbook is included in our low, weekly price per head service fees that you only pay for active betting customers.

2-In-House Customer Support on a Round-the-Clock Basis

Also included in your PPH service fee is direct and easy access to our world class call center that is staffed with Internet sports betting experts that all come from a bookmaking background. They know exactly what it takes to be successful has an independent sports bookmaker in today’s competitive online gambling industry and they also know how to work with an American-based cliental to always keep the lines of communication open and clear. We offer a number of ways to openly communicate with our staff from our toll-free 800.498.4709 number to online options such as email, text, chat and a secure two-way messenger service.

3-Betting Lines Delivered Fast and Razor Sharp

One of the most important benefits that Premier Per Head brings to the table for all of our bookmaking agents is established relationships with the top oddsmaking services in the world. What this means for you is fast access to the sharpest betting lines in the online sports betting industry. You will always have the ability to move your own betting lines and change your offerings to best meet your specific business needs.

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