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Own an Online Racebook – Free Trial

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Published on:
Jul/11/2017

If you’re a bookie, you can now own a customized online racebook for all of your clients and rake in the cash.

The RealBookies.com Racebook includes the following FREE FOR A TWO WEEK TRIAL

*Only $10 per player per week or less

*Same software used by the major online sportsbooks

*80 tracks worldwide

“We specialize in racebook Call Center Solutions, your players will be able to place wager on the largest variety horse betting options and horse race tracks, online or over the phone.

We offer odds from over 80 tracks worldwide.”

The Kentucky Derby is one of the most wagered on single day events of the year.  In fact, this year, Gambling911.com witnessed more traffic inquiries for the Kentucky Derby than we did the Super Bowl. 

At the very least, clients will want to bet on the major horse races.  But a regular horse wagering will certainly help boost a bookie’s profit margin.

The racebook comes with an online casino and full service online sportsbook with LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on most nationally televised games. 

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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