Sports Betting Software Cleveland

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Oct/06/2017

SharpBookie.com offers an excellent sports betting software platform for those residing in and around the Cleveland area. 

Bookies and agents alike operating from this region are encouraged to check out the cloud-based Pay Per Head platform.

Sure the Browns are sucking as usual to kick off the 2017 NFL season but sports bettors will still wager on this team.  Bookies and agents here also have the added advantage of having the Indians making the post season once again.  And of course, the Cavs will be enticing many gamblers with the NBA season just around the corner.  Oh, and did we mention this is Buckeyes Territory as well. 

Cleveland is a well-rounded sports betting town with the region encompassing more than 2 million people.

Start with 5 player accounts for FREE.  10 players just $69 per week. At SharpBookies.com, you can build your own online sportsbook, including setting the juice. Take absolute control and customize everything from line movement to payouts.  Direct players to your own domain name. Tailor the look-and-feel of your site.  Run reports, track trends, and manage your entire Fantasy operation from the comfort of your own space. LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on most nationally televised games.

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