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White Label Sportsbook for the US Open

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Published on:
May/28/2017

There are a number of white label sportsbooks on the market.  And while most of these will offer betting options on the US Open Golf Tournament, now all will have the extensive features provided by our friends at PremierPerHead.com

Obviously, if you are looking for a white label sportsbook, you’re going to have players betting online with that software.  PremierPerHead.com provides you with its world renowned software platform, a customized website, 24/7 customer service (English and Spanish speaking), full tech support and LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING, including on the US Open.   They charge a small set fee per customer per week, with amounts starting as low as $10 per customer (or per head).  Discounts are offered for larger player groups with reduced pricing for those who wish to have fewer features. 

Futures and head-to-head betting is popular among golf gamblers with these odds available at PremierPerHead.com.

Those who wish to utilize a white label sportsbook for the US Open can spend the day playing golf as there won’t be any need to grade wagers or sweat the tournament out wondering who requires payment.  Turn off your cell phone too.  PremierPerHead.com handles everything for you.  Your only job is to handle payments and collections.  Bitcoin processing can now assist you there.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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