Rent a Sportsbook: Profit From an Amazing Season

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Aaron Goldstein
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For anyone who regularly follows the website, it’s obvious that the bookmaking business is on fire, but it can also be exhausting.  If you are a bookie, why not rent a sportsbook?

This is the new marketing strategy being presented by our friends at

Essentially they will do everything for a local bookie from a legal and licensed jurisdiction with the exception of handling any customer funds.  The bookie simply pays a weekly set cost per head (per customer) only if that customer plays in a given week. 

What you get is the state-of-the-art operations of including 24/7 customer support, a full suite of sports betting, live casino and horse racing options on a customized website and your customers get to play on their mobile devices.  Also, does feature LIVE IN-PLAY BETTING.

Renting a sportsbook is like leasing a car only you don’t have to return the vehicle every three years.  You get all the benefits of operating your very own online sportsbook without the headaches and millions of dollars upfront costs.

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- Aaron Goldstein,

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