Sports Started – Time to Scale Up Your Bookie Business

The sports world is slowing returning to some normalcy.

Sure, there are no fans in the stands, but we can watch meaningful games again on TV.

Most MLB teams are about 10% of the way through the shortened regular season, although it hasn’t been without hiccups, as the Miami Marlins are dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak.

The NBA has now returned to start playing seeding games. The NBA playoffs will start in August and the NHL is back this Saturday (August 1st) with the start of a playoffs play-in round.

With major US sports ramping up, now is the perfect time to scale up your bookie business.



Grow Your Bookie Business with PayPerHead.com

PayPerHead.com know that a lot of bookies are hurting in the midst of this global pandemic.

They’re currently running a special promotion – offering bookies an introductory $3/head price for up to the first three months. That’s a massive discount and will allow bookmakers the ability to recruit new clients and scale up their businesses while pocketing the extra revenues.

There are thousands of sports bettors looking for new bookies right now.

A lot of smaller shops went out of business completely because of COVID-19 and that has left a lot of sports bettors looking for local bookies. With the NFL fast approaching, launching a sportsbook now is ideal, as it’ll allow you to begin scaling up prior to the busiest time of the year for bookies.

Send/Receive Money Easily

We know a lot of PPH bookies want to branch out away from just local clients.

This can be difficult without a way to process deposits easily. Well, PayPerHead have a proprietary Agent Payment Solution (APS) that makes sending and receiving money simple.

It makes dealing with post up players even easier, as your players can make deposits and then you can adjust the balances to reflect this. The APS works with credit cards, Money Gram and major cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and Ripple (XRP).

Huge Betting Board at PayPerHead.com

The betting board has grown during 2020 at PayPerHead.com, which means more opportunities for you to make money off of your players. They have grown their eSports offerings and they plan to continue offering a wealth of eSports betting markets even with major US sports returning.


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Reach Out to PayPerHead

In business since 1997 – PayPerHead.com is the #1 PPH service in the world.

Their prime package is typically $13/head, but you’ll only pay $3/head for three months.

Some of the special features included in the Prime Package include a branded website, loyalty benefits and TruLive Wagering, which is PayPerHead’s live sports betting platform.

So far, 2020 has been terrible, but with the NBA/NHL playoffs, MLB and the NFL expected to start in about a month, the rest of 2020 has the potential to be lucrative for bookmakers.

You just need to partner with a leading PPH provider like PayPerHead.com to start having the tools at your disposal

About the Author

Scott is one of our newest writer and handicapper here at ScoresAndStats.com, but he has been writing sports betting content for more than a decade online. His work has been featured on many websites.

 

Scott is a millennial (born in 1989) who grew up in Toronto, Canada and he has never left the big city. He grew up playing a few sports (hockey, soccer and baseball) when he was younger. His favorite sport was hockey and he played goalie. He still likes to get out to the rinks to play some pick-up with his buddies.

 

Growing up in Toronto, Scott is a huge fan of all Toronto teams.

 

He watches the Maple Leafs and Raptors religiously. Scott also enjoys watching the Blue Jays, Argonauts and TFC.

 

His best sports memory was when the Raptors were crowned the 2019 NBA Champions. Unfortunately, he’s still waiting for the Maple Leafs to win a Stanley Cup during his lifetime.

 

Scott may be a diehard fan of Toronto sports teams, but he loves watching all sports. He’s a huge UFC fan (look for his UFC betting articles for most events) and he’ll watch just about anything, including tennis, golf, soccer and cricket.

 

Scott is a numbers guy and he likes digging deep into the statistics when handicapping games. He also likes to identify value bets in markets most bettors overlook, including player/team props.

 

When he’s not handicapping and watching sports, he enjoys golfing in the warmer months. He also loves burgers and poutine. Not only is that his favorite meal, but he has tried over 100 burgers in Toronto and he’s constantly looking for the best new burgers in the city.