Pay Per Head to Handle Your Sweet 16 Betting

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Mar/19/2017

PremierPerHead.com offers the perfect platform for your players to bet the upcoming Sweet 16.

Pay Per Heads for the Sweet 16 will be in high demand this week.

“We are seeing a surge in regional searches for bookies, agents and Pay Per Head businesses,” notes Payton O’Brien of Gambling911.com. 

The Premier Per Head sportsbook software is easy to use, customizable, and is among the best mobile Pay Per Head sports bookie software platforms in the business. It includes dozens of security measures, including full system and database redundancy.

PremierPerHead will also be offering LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on all Sweet 16 games.

Individuals will pay a small weekly fee per customer and all aspects of the business will be handled by PremierPerHead.com.  Bitcoin services are now available.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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