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Pay Per Head Service for the 2016-2017 College Bowl Season

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Published on:
Nov/13/2016

It’s hard to believe but the 2016-2017 College Bowl season is nearing and bookies from all over will be searching for a top Pay Per Head service to manage all their College Football Bowl game needs including LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on nearly all the games.

PremierPerHead.com, which these days pretty much dominates search queries related to Pay Per Head companies, features sportsbook software that is easy to use, customizable, and is the best mobile pay per head sports bookie software in the business. It includes dozens of security measures, including full system and database redundancy.

They also have some of the fastest and sharpest lines in the Pay Per Head industry.

“Our stage is filled with the most experienced and talented staff in the sportsbook software business. This translates into the biggest offering and best lines for your players.”

PremierPerHead rates are among the most affordable as well. 

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