How Do I Start a Bookie Business?

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Nov/26/2018

It's easy than ever to start your own bookie business thanks to the numerous sportsbook solutions on the market that charge a nominal fee as low as $5 per customer per week.

In theory, there are three things that are needed:

1. Clients

2. Money (Decent Backing)

3. Software

Companies like PricePerPlayer.com can easily provide the later, and in only a matter of minutes.

Additionally, they can save you an extraordinary amount of money by reducing costs. 

Prior to the advent of Pay Per Head bookmaking software, independent corner bookies had to pay huge costs per customer on wire room operations, employees and the bare minimum in technology available.  Today, software platforms like that available from PricePerPlayer.com feature live in-play betting on games that are in progress.  This popular form of gambling now accounts for better than half of the action at some sportsbooks.

PricePerPlayer.com notes:

“The sports betting industry is $3 trillion market which keeps getting bigger every year.  This means that there is plenty of room for more sportsbook and bookie operations around the world. Thus, starting your own bookie business is not only lucrative but also simpler to achieve than most people expect.”

How to Start a Bookie Business in Three Easy Steps

Step 1. Open a Bookie Pay Per Head Account with PricePerPlayer.com

Just click here to open a PPH account with PricePerPlayer.com and in a few seconds, your account will be ready!

Step 2. Create and Manage your Players

Simply Login to your Bookie PPH account, click on “Edit Accounts” and start creating and editing your players.

Step 3. Make Money!

All you have to do is wait for your players to start betting.  Once they do, all you need to do is collect your “Vig” and from the players that lose their bets.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

Business/Financial News

Does Your Pay Per Head Site have Live Wagering?

One of the hottest sports betting trends in recent years is live wagers during the actual games. Live betting keeps the action coming throughout the entire contest with betting lines constantly adjusting to the action on the field or on the court.

GME Halted Today Betting Odds Now Up

On Friday, the stock closed lower by 39% after the company reported fiscal first-quarter earnings ahead of its schedule and Roaring Kitty (Keith Gill) held a live stream.

Roaring Kitty Charged in 2024 Betting Odds

On Monday June 3, the GameStop price was surging once again after the meme-stock mania of 2021 posted what appeared to be a $116 million position in the video-game retailer on Sunday.

Syndicate