Pay Per Head Agents Are Starting to Prepare For March Madness

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Feb/08/2018

March Madness is just around the corner. It’s imperative that pay per head agents prepare for the second most important sports betting event of the year.

Keep reading for info on how agents can ensure profit on March Madness betting.

College Basketball Spread Betting

It starts with college basketball spread betting. The best way for agents to ensure profit on college hoops spread betting during March Madness is for agents to create settle alerts.

It’s important, especial after the Super Bowl, that an agent’s clients can wager on the myriad of basketball games during March Madness.

The settle alert tool ensures that players can bet against the spread on college hoops games. This is the best way to prepare for the March Madness spread action.

If you owe money to players, or players owe money to you, they can’t make March Madness bets.

It’s also a good idea to start encouraging action on college hoops. Although it’s only February, the college basketball season is in full swing. Many teams have already played over 20 games.

Most of the important college basketball games are broadcast on ESPN, FS1, FOX, or CBS.

You can use your TV Listings feature with the PayPerHead Prime Package to know exactly which games are on which channels.

It should be easy to promote college basketball spread betting. Right now, it’s the hot wager.

College Basketball Money Line Betting

The best way pay per head agents to prepare for college hoops money line betting is to set max betting limits on all NCAA College Basketball Tournament Futures. The current favorite is Villanova.

Villanova is at 5 to 1 to win the college hoops’ title.

There’s favoritism and then there’s favoritism.

A 2 to 1 favorite to win the college basketball championship might not require a low max betting limit. 2 x $1,000 equals $2,000. 5 x $1,000 equals $5,000.

Even the current favorite to win the championship requires a max betting limit.

March Madness futures aren’t the only wagers that require max betting limits. It’s also important to put max betting limits on all money line dogs.

College basketball can be a fickle sport. Favorites don’t always win straight up. In fact, there are plenty of money line upsets during March Madness.

It’s important to guard against money line upsets by setting max betting limits.

Get into the habit of doing this before March Madness kicks the number of upsets up a notch.

Make sure you have the right tools to set your sportsbook up for serious profit. PayPerHead’s Prime Package, which has access to all the premium tools and features you need, is on for half the price.

That means you’ll be set for this year’s College Basketball tournaments during March Madness

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