Agents, Bookies, and the PPH

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by Real Bookies - 12/28/2020 2:24 PM Share

What are ‘sports bookie agents' , how do they operate and what is the difference between them and online bookmakers? These are a few of the questions that we get regularly and it's time to address them so that you can position yourself to earn a fantastic income.

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Sports Bookie Agents—

· A sports bookie agent is anyone that has decided to join forces with an online sportsbook. Most of the folks that become an agent have an existing bookmaking business on some level.

· To become an agent requires a couple of things. Usually, the sportsbook that you are working with will require a deposit, this can be steep - often, upwards of $5,000 or more. They will also require the agent to split the profits. This makes sense for the fact that the sportsbook is giving you a platform to operate your business on. They are giving you the platform and all of the tools to run and operate an independent, online sportsbook. Generally speaking - agents that choose to sign on with a sportsbook, is what appears to be 100% independent... in other words, their clients would never know they were gambling with an already existing sportsbook and not the agent directly. There is no common knowledge of this.

· Agents must follow the rules of the sportsbook. Think of this as a fast-food franchise. If you purchase a McDonald's restaurant you will have to abide by the rules of the franchise. For example - A Mcdonald's cheeseburger has mustard, Ketchup, onions, pickles, and cheese on the bottom bun, on top of that bottom bun goes the hamburger patty and then the top bun is placed on top of the patty. That's a completed McDonalds cheeseburger. You will never be allowed to change that particular burger. You can introduce local flavors and many McDonalds do this, but they cannot change the core concepts of McDonald's itself. This is how the sportsbook/agent relationship works.

· You will have strict rules to follow and you must split the profits. In many cases, you must also make a down payment to show creditworthiness - to show that you will pay your clients when they beat you. You will also have to abide by the limits the sportsbook places on you when it comes to accepting wagers.

There is a way around all of this—

· The best way that we know of to get online with your bookmaking business is with the use of a pay per head . A pay per head is not a bookie, you are the bookie and the pay per head is supplying you with its exclusive software that manages your business for you.

· The PPH does everything for you and in effect, they are indeed the bookie. You are in charge and you always make the rules and have the final say but they do all of the leg work.

· The top pph sportsbook guys on the internet are charging around $7 per head, per week. They only charge you for active players and your clients can gamble as much as they wish or as much as you allow them to. You will only pay one fee, one time per week, per active player.

Free Gaming Website—

· The PPH will build your state of the art gaming website for free. There is no down payment or commission. You get a fantastic sportsbook, a Las Vegas-style casino, and a world-class racebook. The sportsbook comes with all of the best gaming options and is set on a user interface that makes gambling a snap.

The Bottom Line: This is simple, you can be an agent and certainly go with a known brand, but your clients won't know the brand and you will pay huge fees and a huge upfront deposit. The other choice is the ‘pay per head' which provides you a free gaming website and only charges you a per head fee every week. In our minds, there is no choice. Call the PPH today and start earning what you are worth as a bookie. Make 2021 your best year ever.

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