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We make it easy and affordable for anyone to start a bookie career through our online sportsbook betting software.

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We provide bookies with a secure software solution using the latest encryption technology. Our pph software has all the tools you will need to launch, host and run your very own sportsbook.

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Aside from the sportsbook software, our pay per head software is equipped with a player management system that can monitor and generate reports, among other features.

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Our bookie software is carefully created with ease of use in mind. Both the bookie and their players will be able to easily find what they need with a great interface and aesthetically-pleasing layout.

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Our rate is simple, and with no hidden fees or deposits needed. You only need to pay $5 per active player per week. Here are a few things you can have with your $5:

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How the Bubble Works for the NBA

How the Bubble Works for the NBA

The NBA restarted its season last July 30. A lot of sports bettors were eager to place their wagers, as the last NBA games were way back in March. Pay Per Head sportsbook operators were on the lookout for any announcement on the league, as many were hopeful that the NBA will do everything they can to ensure that the season continues. And the smartest solution they have come up with, is for the league to stay in a bubble for the duration of the season. Let’s find out how the bubble works for the NBA.

No Preseason Games for the NFL

No Preseason Games for the NFL

As a bookie pay per head services provider, we see a lot of changes happening in the sports industry. Especially now that the Coronavirus pandemic requires people to practice a lot of safety measures. Other sports, like golf, may have less policies. Its logistics are easy to handle as well. But, if you are looking at a football team, where you have dozens and dozens of players representing each team, it becomes a logistical nightmare. And one of the casualties, is there will be no preseason games for the NFL.

NBA Individual Awards are Over

NBA Individual Awards are Over

Bookie pay per head sportsbooks offer a lot of different bets on each sporting event at any given day. The NBA, for instance, will have futures bets, your standard wagers, and prop bets. Futures wagers are a popular option, especially for some special awards. In the NBA, there are two sets of these, the NBA regular season awards, and the Finals awards. For now, we’re taking a look at the NBA regular season awards, as the NBA individual awards are over.