How Bookies Can Profit From Legalized Gambling?

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May/17/2018

Earlier this week the US Supreme Court cleared the way to allow states the right to decide whether or not they want to allow gambling in their state. The court ruled that a previous federal law from 1992 that prohibited most states from accepting sports betting was unconstitutional.

Sportsí gambling is already a legal enterprise in Europe and last year was a $150 billion dollar industry, so even though it was illegal in many states in the US, there was still betting going on. Now that states will have the authority to legalize betting this should only help to increase the amount of bettors and allow more people to enter this profitable field of business.

So now the average Joe will have an opportunity to get involved in this lucrative business. The best way to profit from this new law will be to become an agent who books action on sports wagering. Since there will be an increase of bettors in the market, this will mean there will need to be more bookies, and luckily the pay per head industry is already in place to help anyone get started in the business of taking action.

One of the best pay per head sites in the market is AcePerHead.com and they offer a fully inclusive service that allows players to bet on a website thru their mobile phone with thousands of sports betting options each day. They also have over 80 tracks to bet on horse racing and a virtual casino with over 70 different games.

This service includes everything you need to accept wagers on sports and it only costs as low as $10 per active player per week. So this means whatever the player loses is collected and goes straight to the bookie, which basically means an unlimited amount of potential profit for bookies.

Obviously, each state will have their own rules for gambling, but as long as you follow the rules then being a bookie can become a very profitable business venture for many people now. In addition Ace has various different start-up promotions to help bookies get started, so call 1-800-909-5193 now to start today.

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