Bitcoin Per Head Sportsbooks Offer Bookmakers ‘Around The World’ a Plethora of Options

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Nov/18/2016

Premier Per Head has been on the cutting edge of the Internet sports betting industry for well over 15 years.

We were one of the first Pay Per Head sites to offer Bitcoin as a viable payment option in the form of virtual currency and we are always looking for new ways to help independent sports bookmakers grow their overall customer base while building long-term profit for their business.

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When it comes to successfully running and managing your own sportsbook, what might have worked just a few years ago is already obsolete. You need online gambling software applications that can handle mobile betting and live in-game wagers. You also need the right online gambling technology to run an extended racebook for horses as well as a white label casino that is equipped with mobile gaming and live dealer table games. Creating multiple streams of revenue is vital to the ongoing success of a private bookie trying to compete with the big offshore sportsbooks operating online.

2-Leveling the Playing Field with a Private Bookies Competition

Running and managing your own sportsbook in a highly competitive industry such as online sports betting can be tough. However, from the minute you call Premier Per Head at 800.498.4709 and sign on with our price per head service, you will have taken that all-important first step towards leveling the playing field with the big offshore books you have to compete against for a sports bettors attention. We can provide the right sportsbook software solutions to accomplish this goal in a relatively short amount of time. In fact, our online sports betting software applications would rival what even the biggest offshore books use to run their sites. Learn How To Take Bets Over the Internet Anonymously!

3-Experience and Expertise that is Second to None

You do not become the top Pay Per Head site in the online sports betting industry by accident and we have always backed up the technical side of our PPH service with the proper experience and high level of expertise that everyone in our in-house customer staff brings to the table. We know that our long-term success as a price per head provider hinges on your long-term success as an independent sports bookmaker.

Please take the time to explore everything we have to offer at PremierPerHead.com or call 800.498.4709 to speak with a designated account manager that will be more than happy to answer any additional questions you may have.

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