Bookies Looking to Switch to New Pay Per Head Platform for Super Bowl 51

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Many agents report lack of support, poor mobile compatibilities and lack of live in-play wagering through utilization of non-Gambling911.com endorsed Pay Per Head brands.

AcePerHead offered one of the most comprehensive Super Bowl proposition wagering lists last season and the same can be anticipated with the upcoming championship game.

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