Breeders Cup Classic 2017 Pay Per Head

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The 2017 Breeders Cup Classic is just around the corner and bookies as well as agents will be seeking out a quality Pay Per Head software platform for horse racing.

Owning and Operating a Racebook has never been easier.  The PricePerPlayer racebook software allows you to offer horse betting on all major tracks around the world. Their team of developers ensures that agents and bookies get the best solution to keep their business at the forefront of the horse racing industry.

PricePerPlayer’s Horse Racing software solution gives and affordable and comprehensive platform that suits the ever-changing technology needs of the horse racing betting industry.

Here are some of the many benefits:

    Single-login horse racing platform

    Horse Racing Account management

    Information Management System

    Manual event creation and resulting

    Automated event creation and resulting

Dozens of tracks can be bet on. 

PricePerPlayer is constantly improving its horse betting platform to streamline and optimize your racebook. Their goal is to provide all horse racing operators with a leading platform that will increase revenue and return on investment for all of their customers.

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