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Per Head Agents Can Increase Profits By Adding MMA Betting—Here's How!

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Jun/07/2018

Online bookie agents that only promote action on the three traditional sports leagues:  NBA, NFL, and MLB, are missing out on profit.

One of the best and easiest sports on which to promote action is Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA. Check out reasons why!

Plus, make sure you have the sportsbook management software that offers bettors the most live betting options—including MMA betting. 

PayPerHead offers over 80 leagues with live betting, and have fully mobile options so your sports bettors can bet anywhere—anytime.

Right now, they’re offering their premium sportsbook software, the Prime Package for half the price. So, check it out now, and then start promoting MMA Betting!

How To Promote MMA Betting

MMA, specifically UFC betting, can lead to major sportsbook profit. Per head agents can make that profit by promoting UFC bets.

How can agents promote UFC bets? All they must do is be honest with their players.

1. UFC Odds Are Much Better Than Boxing Odds

Boxing remains more popular than UFC. The reason is because powerful for pay broadcast cable companies like HBO and Showtime promote boxing to no end. Not only that, but PPV boxing events attract huge dollars.

When it comes to odds, though, UFC is king. Check out the odds on Terrence Crawford versus Jeff Horn. The two battle it out on June 9 in the boxing ring.

Terrence Crawford                 -850

Jeff Horn                                 +525

Now, check out the odds on Yoel Romero versus Robert Whittaker. That’s the main event at UFC 225, which is also on June 9.

Yoel Romero                            +190

Robert Whittaker                     -240

If a sports bettor is looking to make money on a combat sport on June 9, which is the better wager? Risking -850 on Crawford, or betting Whittaker at -240? Whittaker, obviously, is the much better play.

Also, dogs win at a higher rate in MMA then they do in boxing.

2. UFC events provide multiple betting options

UFC 225 isn’t just about Romero vs Whittaker. There are 12 other fights on the UFC 225 card. All 12 of those fights offer betting odds. That’s way more choices than putting money on Crawford vs Horn.

3. UFC runs a promotion every month

While a big fight like Crawford versus Horn might take place once every other month, UFC runs a promotion, like clockwork, each and every month.

That’s an average of 13 UFC fights each and every month on which combat sports bettors can wager. That’s a lot of potential action that online bookies are leaving on the table if they’re not promoting MMA events like UFC 225.

Turning sports bettors into UFC sports bettors is easy because every month there are options on which to wager.

Cash-in on MMA betting with PayPerHead.com. Per head agents can get their Prime Package for just $6.50 per head!

Grow your sportsbook empire today.

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