How to Choose a Bookie Pay Per Head

Last updated on December 27th, 2018 at 08:14 am

There are a lot of companies that offer pay per head services. And when you begin the task of learning how to become a bookie, finding a “home” for your bookie operation will be on the top of your list. Once you are done studying sports betting and wagering options, you need a site to host your sportsbook. This site will be what your players will visit to place their bets on. This site will also be where you can process your payments, put in your lines, manage your players and so on.

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The cost of putting up your own sportsbook will be astronomically high if you decide to do it your way and hire a team. The beauty of a pay per head software, is that you will be paying for a sportsbook software- but at a cheaper price. There is no catch really, since you will pay for what you use. So instead of forking out thousands of dollars, you just pay a few bucks per player, per week.

The tricky part here, is to find a PPH software that actually delivers well. There are a lot of sites that will claim that they are the best. Here are a few things you should keep in mind, when looking for one. First off, the site (and company) reputation matters. Look for one that has a good reputation, good reviews, and one that has a secure site. Their competence will assure you that your money is in safe hands. Also, that your sportsbook will be hosted based on the best and safest technologies available. One thing to look out for, is to make sure the site’s record has the least amount of downtime, with back up servers.

Another consideration, is what services they offer. The best pay per head companies not only offer great sportsbooks with a seemingly overwhelming amount of wagering options, but extras as well. These extras? Casino games, online games, and racebooks to offer your players. Another type of extra services? 24/7 customer service, technical support, and report-generating pages for your player and line management. Look for these features, and never settle for anything less, if you want all the tools to be a successful bookie.