Bookies in Orange County, California: Vietnamese Gamblers Plentiful

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Mar/12/2017

Local bookies in the Orange County, California region enjoy an added incentive to conduct business there.   Need a bookie in Orange County?  PremierPerHead should be able to assist.

Orange County is home to the largest community of Vietnamese residence in the US and the Vietnamese are considered some of the most prolific gamblers in the world.

Garden Grove is home to some 47,000 Vietnamese residents.   Santa Ana is home to another 23, 000.  Both encompass the Little Saigon community. Nearby Los Angeles is home to the 7th largest population of Vietnamese residents while Anaheim ranks number 8 in the nation.

“If you are a bookie with close ties to the Vietnamese community operating from this region, odds are good you will enjoy a profitable business,” commented Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com.

PremierPerHead has been attracting gamblers from this community and others since the Pay Per Head first launched a few years ago.

Top sports bars spread across Orange County include Yard House with locations in Newport Beach, Brea, Chino Hills, Irvine,  and Costa Mesa; Silky Sullivan’s Restaurant & Irish Pub in Fountain Valley and Players Sports Grill in Laguna Hills.  Of course bookies will be canvassing each and every one of these fine spots.

In Orange County one can find bookies, not just in sports bars, but the many Vietnamese lounges spread out across the region.  These include, but are not limited to, the uber popular Q’s Lounge in Westminster, which just happens to be a sports bar as well, Rex Lounge in Garden Grove, Ocean Blue fusion restaurant in Westminster and Quan Gio Bar & Grill in Garden Grove.  XO Night Club is also considered in the realm of sports bars and is located in Westminster.

Bookmaking is indeed a violation of California Penal Code Section 337a (1)-(6) and essentially encompasses the act of accepting wagers on a sporting event along with the activities performed in connection with the booking of bets that include such things as owning or renting a location where bookmaking is being conducted as well as the writing down of wagers, or laying off bets or wagers. Much of this can be avoided by utilizing a Pay Per Head shop like PremierPerHead, which is located offshore and licensed as a call center in the so-called “Switzerland of Central America”, Costa Rica.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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