Own an Online Sportsbook in Louisville

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Apr/10/2017

Want to own a customized online sportsbook in the Louisville, Kentucky area?  Now you can thanks to AcePerHead.com.

Louisville sportsbook owners will attract sports bettors not just for College Basketball (this is after all College Basketball Country), their College Football team has been red hot of late.  Louisville residents also tend to be big Colts fans. 

Ahh and let's not forget what is the region's most spectacular sports betting period, those days leading up to the Kentucky Derby.

So how does one own an online sportsbook from Louisville while avoiding fees?

AcePerHead.com is to the Pay Per Head industry what free online poker rooms are to the real play Web poker rooms.

The fresh new concept is essentially a social media Pay Per Head platform that allows individuals to set up their very own sportsbook free of charge for up to 6 weeks before opting to enhance the experience through upgrades and continued use of the platform. 

The more players one has, the more they save.

AcePerHead.com also features LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on nearly all televised events, something savvy sports bettors these days demand.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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