PricePerPlayer.com, a gambling software and sportsbook pay per head provider announced an upgrade in their live betting platform. The Live Betting Platform Upgrade will include modernization of its current system, as well as an expansion of its live In-Play Betting Options.
In addition, the Live In-Play Betting software upgrade will give their clients 50% more betting option then the previous version. Furthermore, Core Data Service is the new provider for the real-time sports odds for the live betting platform.
Live In-Play Betting or Live Betting is the latest and greatest wagering option available at top sportsbooks. Live betting is exactly what it sounds like and continues from the start of the event until the end. It offers bettors a number of different and exciting ways to get action from sides to totals to props.
When it comes to starting an online bookie operation, apart from getting players and money; having the right software is the key to success. This is because a good sports betting software will enable you to concentrate on managing and expanding your business while the software does everything else. Thus, Picking the Right Bookie Pay Per Head Service is the secret to a successful sportsbook operation.
According to the best authority on Sportsbook Pay Per head services, they are over 50 Bookie PPH software providers. In addition, not all of these services are equal based on several bookie Pay Per Head Review websites. Furthermore, even if they company offers a solid product and service, it may not suit your style of play. Thus, the best way to find out if its the right bookie PPH for you is to try them out before you spend money on their service.
Unfortunately, not all Pay Per Head Sportsbook offer a Free Trial or demo which makes it difficult to judge the service first hand. However, the best Sportsbook Pay Per Head Providers will offer a free trial which will help in deciding which Bookie PPH service is right for you!
PricePerPlayer.com, a sport betting software and Bookie Pay Per Head provider just announced that they are expanding their online casino. Since the Sportsbook Pay Per Head Industry saw a large growth in 2017, the company decided cash in on it. They are doing this by adding more Casino Games to their Bookie PPH Platform.
According to a press release by PricePerPlayer.com, the company just added 111 games to their casino platform. This means PricePerPlayer.com clients will now be able to offer “67 desktop games and 18 mobile games” to their players.
Josh Ingram, the director of marketing and operations for PricePerPlayer.com said “Last year was a tremendous year for PricePerPlayer.com”.
“We not only had a successful run in the Asian-American market but also surpassed our sales goals by 325%” said Mr. Ingram.
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San Jose, Costa Rica – PricePerPlayer.com is expanding into the Asian-American market after a successful test pilot in various regions of North America. The software development and sportsbook pay per head provider began testing their platforms in the Korean language last August of 2017. The results were positive and it just made sense for PricePerPlayer.com to expand into the Asian-American market at full speed.
The first step the company took was to hire and train a multi-lingual staff that specializes in Asian languages. The pilot program began by making the PricePerPlayer.com website and software available in the Korean language. After a successful round of tests, the company is in the process of to fully translating the PricePerPlayer.com website, their sportsbook pay per head platform and sports betting software into various Asian languages.
In the latest saga about randomized loot boxes in video games, another country declared loot boxes as gambling. In a statement by the Belgian Minister of Justice, Belgium declares Game Loot Boxes Gambling and are therefore Illegal. So far, this only applies to three games which are: Overwatch, FIFA 18, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive.
In addition, the Belgium said that if these games do not remove the loot boxes, there will be repercussions. These game makers "risk a prison sentence of up to five years and a fine of up to 800,000 Euros".
This announcement comes in the wake of the Netherlands declaring loot boxes gambling and illegal because of its addictive capacities. A few days ago, the Dutch Gaming authority said that they looked into loot boxes found in 10 games. Out of these 10 games, four were found to contravene with its Betting and Gaming Act.