Own a No Fee Online Sportsbook for the NBA Season

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Apr/09/2017

Would you like to run your very own online sportsbook this NBA season?

PremierPerHead.com is to the Pay Per Head industry what free online poker rooms are to the real play Web poker rooms.

This fresh new concept is essentially a social media Pay Per Head platform that allows individuals to set up their very own sportsbook where they can have their buddies or fellow workers to place their “bets” weekly for prizes, all for FREE the first two weeks.  And just like with the free poker rooms and Daily Fantasy Sports sites, upgrades are available.  You will run your sportsbook just like the masters.  Futures and game props are available as well.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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