Pay Per Head for Boston Bookies, Agents - Super Bowl 52

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Independent corner bookies are going the way of the dodo bird.  Without the services of a top-of-the-line Pay Per Head platform, a local bookie and/or agent's business is essentially toast.  That includes those operating from the Boston area, especially with the Patriots playing in yet another Super Bowl.

Today's savvy sports bettors demand LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING, the ability to place bets online and, more often than not, an opportunity to hone their skills in an online casino typically provided by the best Pay Per Head services like AcePerHead.com.

This particular company has been a member of the Gambling911.com family for nearly five years now without a hiccup and they keep improving services such as the addition of new payment methods (including cryptocurrencies) and an upgraded live dealer mobile online casino in recent weeks.  They are actually doubling initial deposits using cryptocurrencies.

Other features include Fully configurable boards, lines, players, and limits, 24/7 customer service and reporting, and highly competitive pricing.

Super Bowl 52 features the New England Patriots, so sports bettors throughout the state of Massachusetts will be backing the Pats.  Bookmakers will need to balance out the action by providing clients with the hundreds of Super Bowl prop wagers offered by Ace.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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