Good News: Changing PPH Software Is Now More Seamless Than Ever

by WagerHome Blog on January 30, 2020

If you currently run your own bookmaking service through pay per head software, you know two very important things. One, your business runs smarter and more efficiently because of PPH software.

And two, if you ever want to change PPH software providers, it can be a real pain for both you and your clients.

And if you’ve never used pay per head software for your bookmaking business, don’t let another week pass by without giving it a try. With PPH, you get to offer your customers a website and mobile app, real-time odds, a full menu of sports and wagering options, 24-hour customer service, and the safety and security of encrypted financial transactions. offers you four free weeks to give it a test drive before you ever have to make a commitment.

Changing Providers

Most of the time when you change pay per head software providers, you have to change everything. As the business owner, you may have no problem navigating the many changes, but to ask your customers to completely change account numbers and log-in information can be a real hassle.

At, each bookmaking agent has its own database, so when you move, the only thing that changes for your clients is the website you direct them to. All player account numbers stay the same.

That’s also another big perk about being with – it doesn’t own your domain name; you do. If you purchase your own website domain, all you need to do is direct it to the servers, and all of the bells and whistles and 2020 technology that comes with that becomes your customers’ to use.

Other PPH software providers give you a domain to use, but they keep ownership of it. And if they own the domain, they treat it like owning you and ultimately owning your business. And eventually, they try to steal your clients.


You worked hard to build this business. Your clients are there because of you and the service you provide. Make sure that stays protected.

Signing Up For PPH

If you haven’t yet signed up with a pay per head software provider, it’s easy, straightforward, and the best way to maximize your profits.

You can’t fund a full and high-speed website, but it’s provided through PPH. You can’t follow every sport and every point spread from around the world, but PPH software will.

You can’t hire a team of trained professionals to handle any technical or account issues your customers might have, but a PPH software provider can and does. You can’t be available to your clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but web and mobile access provided through a pay per head service are always open and ready to take a wager.

With PPH software powering your bookmaking business, you can work smarter, not harder, and instead outsource the daily administrative tasks that get in the way of growing your business and maximizing your profits.

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Top Choices For Where Tom Brady Will Be Playing Next Season

by WagerHome Blog on January 28, 2020

NFL free agency doesn’t begin until March, but it’s never too early to start looking ahead to where the biggest name in the free-agent pool, Tom Brady, might land. There hasn’t been this much name recognition in a potential free agent since Peyton Manning hit the open market, joined the Broncos and led them to a Super Bowl.

So, where will Brady play football in 2020? These are the four most likely landing spots.

Los Angeles Chargers

Philip Rivers has officially moved to Florida, and he is just short of being officially out as the Los Angeles quarterback. But this team has talent, and it’s looking to make a splash as it moves into a new stadium and tries to emerge from the shadow of the Rams.

The Chargers are the kind of team that would seem to check all the boxes for Brady, who doesn’t just want to play but wants to play for another Super Bowl. The one downside about a move to Los Angeles is that it is a long way from Brady’s new house in Greenwich, Conn.

Indianapolis Colts

Jacoby Brissett is a fine quarterback, but he is not an adequate replacement for Andrew Luck, who suddenly retired last summer. Brady, on the other hand, would be a good replacement.

He brings instant championship swagger to the position, and the Colts have more than enough salary cap space to make it happen, and to surround him with even more talent.

Brady finishing his career as a Colt would also add an extra layer of fun to the Manning-Brady rivalry that lasted in the AFC for so many years.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The biggest knocks on the Patriots this last season was their lack of weapons at wide receiver. So how different would it be to see Brady throw to Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, O.J. Howard, and Cameron Brate?


Jameis Winston isn’t gone yet. But following his 30-interception season, Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians didn’t stay away from talking about a possible quarterback change.

It’s hard to know exactly how good Brady would be in a new system at the age of 44, but there is zero chance that he will get anywhere close to 30 picks.

New England Patriots

Of course, staying in New England is a possibility, and even might be the most likely destination. Owner Bob Kraft wants him to stay. The fans want him to stay. And probably/maybe Bill Belichick wants him to stay.

And if the Patriots can find the money to keep him and get a wide receiver or two, Brady will stay. But he will still very much enjoy the courting from the rest of the league.

Whoever signs Brady will be an instant contender for a 2020 futures bet. And if you’ve ever thought of being the person who takes those bets, now is the perfect time to start your bookmaking business by signing up with a pay per head software provider. offers you four free weeks to try it out before any commitment is necessary.

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Betting These 3 Dark Horses In The NCAA Tournament

by WagerHome Blog on January 25, 2020

Not everything has to be about the Super Bowl this week. As the calendar gets closer to February, the NCAA basketball season begins to take center stage as the favorites battle it out for the top seeds in March.

But every year, there is an unexpected run to the Final Four, like Auburn in 2019. So who is this year’s best candidate to go on a run and outperform its seed? Who might be the surprise wager of the year and net you a tidy profit in a future’s bet?

Houston Cougars 80/1

The Houston Cougars were a No. 3 seed in the 2019 NCAA Tournament, but because they lost a pair of scorers from that team, they began this season unranked. That has changed, as they’ve now climbed into the Top 25 following a big win over 16th-ranked Wichita State.

And with a tough road loss at Oregon, this team will be battle-tested by the time March rolls around.

With Kansas transfer Quentin Grimes emerging as the superstar scorer the Cougars hoped he would be, this is exactly the kind of team that can go on a late-season run to Atlanta.

Maryland Terrapins 40/1

It seems like every year, there is a team from the Big Ten in the mix to win the national championship, and quite often, that team is Michigan State. But don’t sleep on Maryland, which is currently tied for third in the conference.

The Terrapins have had big wins over Notre Dame and Marquette – two frequent teams mentioned as possible tournament dark horses – and the grind through the conference will get Maryland more than ready for March.

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Maryland features a great defense, giving up just 61 points per game, and a dynamic outside scorer in junior guard Anthony Cowan Jr. And that combo is exactly what a team needs for a deep tournament run.

Arizona Wildcats 25/1

The Pac-12 has been a down conference for quite some time. It has had just one Final Four appearance (Oregon) in the last 11 years. But with three teams in the Top 25 this year, there is some quality basketball being played out west, and Arizona might be a team primed to return to the former glory of the Lute Olson days.

It was 2001 the last time Arizona made a Final Four, but following a dominant 21-point win over 20th-ranked Colorado, the Wildcats look like a team on the rise. They’ve also looked very good in close losses to Baylor, Oregon, and Gonzaga, giving them the exact kind of resume you look for in a tournament dark horse.

It’s an exciting time of year and the perfect time of year if you’re interested in starting your own bookmaking business. Joining forces with pay per head software is the easiest and most profitable way to launch your sports wagering business in 2020.

You can give a test drive for four weeks free before having to make a financial commitment.

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Continuing Success By Upgrading To PPH Software Following The Super Bowl

by WagerHome Blog on January 23, 2020

The Super Bowl is the pinnacle of the sports betting calendar. The American Gaming Association estimates that for last year’s game, more than $6 billion was wagered across the country. It is a gambling behemoth unlike any other.

But the sports calendar that follows the Super Bowl is also filled with many great sports, high-dollar wagering events, and a variety of opportunities for your bookmaking business to make even more money.

So as we get closer to the NCAA Tournament, the Major League Baseball season, and the NBA and NHL Playoffs, make sure your business is ready by having it teamed with the latest available technology.

At, you can give pay per head software a try for four free weeks before ever having to make a commitment, and truly see the many advantages PPH software provides.

Pay Per Head Software Advantages for Bookmakers

The most obvious advantage is the top-of-the-line website you’re given. Instead of having to build out a website and a mobile app and paying for fast and responsive technology so that your clients get the experience they demand, you will get all of that for a small fee.

Point spreads and odds change at a moment’s notice, and with pay per head software, you no longer are responsible for keeping track of all the changes. The PPH site does it all for you.

Pay per head software also offers you complete customization. Choose the sports, set the betting limits, and change those customizations for each of your customers. Even though PPH software does the work for you, you are still very much in charge.

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You will also provide your clients with complete customer service when you are teamed with PPH software. They get 24-hour access to knowledgeable customer service agents, and solving their problems is no longer your responsibility.

Advantages For Your Clients

Your clients are loyal, but only to a degree. They want the convenience of being able to bet on any sport, anywhere in the world, and at any time of day. And instead of having to contact you to place that wager, all they need now is an internet or data connection.

Players also want to be able to take advantage of in-play wagering, which allows them to place bets on events already taking place. With PPH software powering your bookmaking business, you can offer that, and take advantage of this new and dynamic way to facilitate even more wagering.

Your customers will also be able to make all financial transactions through encrypted software, giving them the security and peace of mind that players expect with sports wagering in 2020.

And of course, that customer service previously mentioned makes their experience as your client that much better. If they have problems with placing wagers, technical issues, or account management, being able to offer them an immediate way to get solutions goes a long way to enhancing their sports wagering enjoyment.

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Top Five Reasons to Bet Kansas City In Super Bowl LIV

by WagerHome Blog on January 21, 2020

The Super Bowl matchup is set following the Kansas City Chiefs’ win over Tennessee in the AFC Championship Game and the San Francisco 49ers’ victory against Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.

We still have two weeks to talk about the biggest day on the sports betting calendar, and a lot can change over these next two weeks. And you could change the entire complexion of your bookmaking business by signing up for pay per head software in the next two weeks. allows you to test its product for four weeks free, giving you the chance to supercharge your business before the Super Bowl.

As for the game itself, the Chiefs have opened as 1.5-point favorites, and here are the top five reasons we think taking the Chiefs is a good bet.

Patrick Mahomes

With all respect to Jimmy Garoppolo, Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback playing in this Super Bowl, and maybe the best to play in any Super Bowl since Tom Brady was at his peak.

Mahomes simply never has a bad game. All of his games are either good or great. In four career playoff games, Mahomes is averaging 297 yards and three touchdowns and has yet to turn the ball over.

This is a quarterback’s league, and going with the better quarterback is always a good bet.

Andy Reid

San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan is one of the best young offensive minds in the NFL, and he will win a Super Bowl or two before his career is over. But Kansas City coach Andy Reid seems destined to end his Super Bowl drought and cement his place in the Hall of Fame.

We’ve all heard about how good Reid is when he has two weeks to prepare for an opponent. He is 18-3 in the regular season when coming off a bye, and in the playoffs when his team earned an extra week to prepare for its first game, he is 6-0.

Reid with an extra week to prepare for Super Bowl LIV is a big Kansas City advantage.

Tyreek Hill

Richard Sherman is a great cornerback who is destined for the Hall of Fame, and he will give Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill some problems. But he doesn’t have the speed to keep up with Hill, the fastest man in the NFL.

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Sherman will need safety help to keep Hill from adding to his 17 total touchdowns of more than 50 yards.

Tyrann Mathieu

This is one Honey Badger that does care. Since gelling with the new defense in Kansas City, safety Tyrann Mathieu has emerged as one of the team’s unquestioned leaders and has been playing some of the best football of his career.

He’s playing like a man on a mission and gives this team a big lift in the secondary.

Chris Jones

There was some doubt that Chiefs defensive end Chris Jones would play in the AFC Championship Game because of a lingering calf injury. But not only did he play, he was a disruptive force.

He helped hold Titans running back Derrick Henry to his worst game since Week 6, and several times his pressure forced Tennessee quarterback Ryan Tannehill to misfire on third downs. With two more weeks to get healthy, Jones will be even better in the Super Bowl.

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Picking Winners In NFL Conference Championship Games

by WagerHome Blog on January 18, 2020

The divisional round of the NFL playoffs is often called the best weekend of football since you have eight great teams all squaring off for more than 12 hours of live action. But conference championship weekend, while coming with fewer games, does come with much bigger stakes.

Win, and you are on to the Super Bowl. Lose, and you’re watching it on television.

It’s also a great weekend to raise the stakes on your bookmaking service by joining forces with pay per head software. Give your customers 24-hour web and mobile access, more betting options, and better service for the cost of a small fee.

But before paying anything, you can give it a try at for free for the next four weeks, right in time for Super Bowl Sunday.

AFC Championship Game

In the early game on Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs are hosting their second consecutive AFC Championship Game. One year ago, they lost in overtime to the New England Patriots after a late Tom Brady interception was wiped away by an offsides penalty.

The Chiefs played a slow first half last year as they were a little overwhelmed by the moment. Returning to the game for a second straight season, that will not happen this time around.

They also got their terrible start out of the way last week against the Texans before scoring touchdowns on an amazing seven straight possessions and winning 51-31.

The Tennessee Titans counter with Derrick Henry, who has been all-world in these playoffs. But even as good as he’s been, the Titans’ point totals have been just average – 20 against the Patriots and 28 against the Ravens.

Henry will get his yards and maybe a couple of scores. But they will not get to 35 points, and that is what they’ll need to get close to Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.

The Chiefs win 38-20, and Andy Reid gets to his second Super Bowl as a head coach.

NFC Championship Game

Each of the four remaining teams lost games this year that they shouldn’t have. But no one suffered worse losses than the Green Bay Packers.

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The Packers dropped an early home game to an average Eagles team, then twice on road trips to the West Coast, they laid massive eggs, losing 26-11 to the Chargers and 38-7 to the 49ers.

They get an opportunity to seek revenge against that Niners team this Sunday, but San Francisco’s defense has gotten healthy the last couple of weeks, and it showed in the divisional round with a suffocating 27-10 win over the Vikings.

The quarterback edge in this game, of course, goes to Aaron Rodgers, who is trying to get back to the Super Bowl for the first time in nine years. But overall, the 49ers at home will prove to be too much.

They have the better defense, a great run game, and a weapon in George Kittle unlike anything the Packers have as a counter.

The 49ers win 27-17 and will play in their first Super Bowl in 24 years.

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Staying At Top Of Pay Per Head Software Leaders: Make Sure You Have Elite Customer Service

by WagerHome Blog on January 16, 2020

The granddaddy of all sports wagering days, the Super Bowl, is just around the corner. We’re also just two months away from March Madness, then baseball, then The Masters, and then the NBA and NHL playoffs.

The sports calendar always seems packed, but especially at this time of year. And that is why this is the perfect time to take your bookmaking service to the next level by teaming it up with pay per head software.

It’s about giving your customers everything they want and more. And if you log on to, you can get four weeks to try it out, absolutely free, before ever making a commitment.

What Is Pay Per Head Software?

Pay per head software allows you to run the bookmaking service you’ve always dreamed of. That fancy website with all the bells and whistles that gives your clients 24-hour access to wagering is yours with PPH software.

The up-to-the-minute changing odds that you struggle to keep up with as you run your service are now done for you with PPH software. Events across the world, and in every sport imaginable, can be wagered by your clients with PPH software.

You need detailed reports on each of your customers to stay on top of betting trends and make sure their needs continue to be met. PPH software also gives you that, and still so much more.

How Your Customers Benefit from Pay Per Head Software

At the end of the day, this business is only about one thing – making your customers happy by giving them the service they expect. What they expect in today’s sports betting age is online and mobile access any time of day they want.

They want flexibility in their service, but also reliability. They want an app that is fast and responsive, deposits and withdrawals that are immediate and secure, and they want to know that the odds and point spreads on which they are betting are reflective of the latest breaking sports news.

With pay per head software, you can give your customers all of these services plus the 24-hour customer support that is only available by joining forces with an experienced partner.

How Bookmakers Benefit From Pay Per Head Software

Making sure your customers are served is definitely the most important thing. But there are also benefits to you, the bookmaker, that are considerable parts of the pay per head advantage.

No more late-night calls from customers clamoring to make a bet. No more chasing odds on sporting events that might not be easily accessible.

And no trying to save up enough money to pay for website building and online hosting while also juggling the financials of day-to-day operations.

As this new year and this busy time on the sports calendar gets started, the time to give your customers what they want, and the help that you so richly deserve, is now.

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Top 5 Teams To Bet To Win The 2020 NBA Finals

by WagerHome Blog on January 14, 2020

The NBA season doesn’t officially start (unofficially) until after Christmas Day. We are now past that important marker and have begun the second-half sprint through the regular season and on to the playoffs.

It is never too early to start talking about the NBA Finals and which teams make for a great Finals bet, just like it’s never too early to take your bookmaking business to the next level by signing up for pay per head software. Try for free for the next four weeks to see if it’s right for you.

Los Angeles Lakers

The Lakers are living up to the hype and right now look like the best team in the NBA. You aren’t getting a great payday at just 5/2, but since they are the prohibitive favorites here in January, they have to be listed as one of the top bets to win the Finals in June.

There simply is no better tandem in the NBA than LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

Milwaukee Bucks

At 7/2, the value of a futures bet on the Bucks is better than the Lakers, while the product on the floor may be just as good. And there are many power rankings that have the current leaders in the Eastern Conference as the best team in the NBA, not the Lakers.

The Bucks are experienced and almost made it to the Finals last year, and when you have all-world player Giannis Antetokounmpo, you can beat any team at any time.

Houston Rockets

With the juggernaut Golden State Warriors no longer the dynasty in the West, the race to the Finals feels more wide open than ever. So you have to consider any team that has James Harden as a strong championship possibility.

NBA Finals

And with odds at 12/1, the return on the investment has the potential to be quite good. Harden is a former MVP and two-time scoring champion, and he alone makes the Rockets true contenders.

Boston Celtics

There are a few teams trying to line up behind the Bucks as the second-best team in the East, and right now, it seems that the Boston Celtics will emerge as that team by playoff time. They are playing great defense, ranking second in the NBA in points allowed.

The Celtics rank third in the league in margin of victory and rank in the top 10 in steals, blocks, opponent shooting percentage, and offensive efficiency. And that 16/1 number is hard to resist.

Denver Nuggets

Watch Nikola Jokic for a game, and you can see why the Nuggets are having such a great season. Jokic does everything inside for Denver, while guards Jamal Murray and Will Barton do it all from the outside.

The Nuggets aren’t as good as the Lakers and would definitely be an underdog in any playoff meeting between the two. But as one of the many teams in contention to emerge from the West, they provide great value at 20/1 odds.

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3 Players To Watch During The NFL Divisional Weekend

by WagerHome Blog on January 11, 2020

The NFL is a league of turnover, and nowhere is that more clear than in the eight teams that are playing on divisional playoff weekend. Of those eight teams, seven of them failed to make it this far a year ago, with only the Kansas City Chiefs making it to the divisional round in each of the last two seasons.

That turnover just adds to the excitement that is betting on football, which is why now is the perfect time to jumpstart your bookmaking service by signing up with pay per head software. You can give a try for four weeks free of charge before making any commitments.

Teams rise, and teams fall, and new players enter the big stage of the NFL playoffs, where they hope to cement their legacy. For this weekend, as the eight teams battle it out to see which four will advance to the championship games, these are the three players that are worth watching.

Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans

Following Tennessee’s upset win at New England, the football world can’t stop raving about the play of Derrick Henry. Add us to the list of those heaping on the praise, because he has been outstanding.

Just how good was Henry last weekend? Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw for just 72 yards, and the Titans still won because the steamroller that is Henry ran for 182 yards. He now has 393 yards over his last two games.

Up next is a trip to Baltimore against the top-seeded Ravens, another team that is pretty great at running the football. If Henry can keep it going, and he can get just a little more help from Tannehill, it’s possible we could see another upset.

Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans

Deshaun Watson looked like an absolute magician in Houston’s come-from-behind win against the Buffalo Bills on Wild Card weekend. Watson was running for touchdowns, bouncing off would-be tacklers, and throwing darts to his receivers.

His college coach Dabo Swinney called Watson another Michael Jordan, and no one was arguing against that comparison at the end of the game.

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The Texans’ defense is not good, so the Chiefs are expected to put up a lot of points in their matchup in Kansas City. But if Watson can keep pace and have another magical performance, Houston could move on.

Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers are the top seed in the NFC and are the odds-on favorite to make it to the Super Bowl. But their quarterback, Jimmy Garappolo, is making his first-ever playoff start.

If the 49ers are to fulfill their lofty expectations, they will need Jimmy G to play like a guy who’s been there before. He’s had a terrific season, and there’s no reason to think that won’t continue.

But the Vikings did just make Drew Brees look rather ordinary, and they will look to do the same to Garoppolo.

It’s simple, if he plays well, so will the Niners. If he doesn’t, it might be a very short postseason.

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Looking Ahead: Illinois Bookies, Prepare Yourself For 2020 With Pay Per Head Software

by WagerHome Blog on January 9, 2020

It is an exciting time to be in the sports betting business in Illinois. Legal sports betting has been passed and is expected to be fully operational in 2020.

Current economic forecasts estimate the market could get as high as $5.2 billion in just four years. That would put Illinois on par with Nevada, which is forecast to get $5.5 billion in wagers that same year.

The numbers for Illinois get even better when you consider that nearly four million sports fans in the state say that they would consider placing sports bets once it goes live.

If ever there was a time to upgrade your bookmaking operations or jump into the business as a first-timer, that moment is now. And signing up to use pay per head software is definitely the way to go.

At, you can get four free weeks of service before ever having to make a commitment, giving you plenty of time to find out just how right it is for you.

What is Pay Per Head?

Pay per head software is that fancy and fully functioning website you always wished you had. PPH is a fully customizable sports betting experience that allows you to offer your clients worldwide betting, 24-hour access to wagering, up-to-the-minute odds, and every possible bet type they might want.

PPH software does the heavy lifting for you, so you can focus on building a client base. It is like outsourcing all of your administrative duties for the cost of a small per head fee.

Why Illinois Customers Will Love It

You may have loyal clients, but the business of bookmaking is changing, and you need to change with it. They want to have unfettered access to their account on a website or mobile app, and the freedom to place bets whenever they like.

Illinois sports betting

When you sign up for a pay per head service, your clients will get that. You will meet their needs, and they will stick with you.

With PPH software, your customers will also get in-play wagering, which can only be done on a platform as fast and responsive as those offered by PPH. They will place bets with the knowledge that they are getting the most accurate odds available in the business.

And they will conduct all financial transactions with the peace of mind that comes with the security offered by advanced software.

Why Illinois Bookmakers Love It

Customer service is handled. Never again will you be responsible when a customer faces a technical glitch.

You will also get full client reports that let you know who is betting what and when, so you can better tailor your offerings to the needs and wants of your clients. Constantly updating odds, being available to take bets, and chasing down money will be a thing of the past with PPH software.

There are lots of changes coming to Illinois sports betting in 2020. Now is the perfect time to get ahead of the curve.

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