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Sports Betting Software in PA

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Published on:
Jul/18/2018

PricePerPlayer.com will be offering its popular sports betting software to PA residents who do not feel like heading over to a casino in order to place their sports wagers this NFL season.

While online gambling became legal in Pennsylvania last year, there are yet to be any state-licensed casinos offering real money slots, roulette, blackjack, poker and the like due to the steep taxes proposed.  Sports betting has yet to be approved over the Net or via mobile devices outside the casino properties.

PricePerPlayer.com fills the gap by providing the tried and true wagering software to local bookmakers and agents.  The sportsbook also features a full suite of online casino games.

Advantages to Using Pay Per Head Software

Here are also some of the Sportsbook Features offered by PricePerPlayer.com

    Sports Betting
    Live Casino
    Pre Game Lines
    Horse Racing
    Online casino
    Live Dealer Casino
    Online and Telephone wagering
    Mobile Betting
    And more…

LIVE IN-PLAY BETTING in particular is an option the independent corner bookie simply cannot offer on his or her own.  Likewise, it is doubtful any of the casinos will be permitted to offer this product.

You Only Pay for What You Use

The advantage of using a PPH Sportsbook service is that you only pay for your active players.  An active player is defined as a bettor that has placed at least one bet in a given period of time. This means that if during one week you have 7 out of 10 players that placed a bet, you only pay for 7 players and not 10.

If you use the PricePerPlayer.com Pay Per Head service and you pay $5 per player.  This means that you would pay $35 that week.

Unlike a white label sports betting service where you pay a fee and a monthly percentage of your net revenue, a PPH only charges what you use.  This is why this service has become the favorite method of running a sportsbook.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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