XFL Heads Into Week 4 Of The Season With Some Great Betting Action

by WagerHome Blog on February 29, 2020

Maybe you were skeptical about the quality of the XFL when it first kicked off. Or its viability, considering the fate of the Alliance of American Football last year.

But one thing is undeniable now that we are set to begin week 4 of XFL football – it is highly entertaining, and the betting action is phenomenal.

Los Angeles Wildcats at New York Guardians

Spread: L.A. -7

Over/Under: 40

Moneyline: L.A. (-310), NY (+240)

Both of these teams have just a single win after three games, but they are headed in opposite directions. The Wildcats just put a beatdown on the Defenders, 39-9, and intercepted Cardale Jones four times.

Meanwhile, the Guardians looked great in week one, but they haven’t looked nearly as good since. They’ve scored just nine points in their last two games and can’t seem to settle on a starting quarterback.

Seattle Dragons at St. Louis BattleHawks

Spread: St. Louis -12

Over/Under: 38.5

Moneyline: STL (-310), SEA (+380)

St. Louis is quickly establishing itself as one of the top teams in the league. They run the ball effectively, play great defense, and the atmosphere at The Dome last week showed that they have a real home-field advantage.

On the other side, Seattle continues to struggle generating any offense or holding onto leads. A 12-point spread is a big one, but this game should be a blowout, and the BattleHawks did win last week by 20.

Houston Roughnecks at Dallas Renegades

Spread: Houston -1

Over/Under: 50.5

Moneyline: HOU (-125), DAL (+105)

This is the closest thing we have to a natural rivalry in the league, and this is likely to be the closest game of the week. It’s also by far the highest over/under of the week.


Houston’s point totals for the three previous games are 34, 28, and 37. Dallas got off to a rough start in week 1, but since then has scored 25 and 24 points. This has the makings of a good Texas shootout, and if these offenses continue to click 50.5 should be an easy over.

D.C. Defenders at Tampa Bay Vipers

Spread: D.C. -1

Over/Under: 43.5

Moneyline: D.C. (-120), TB (+100)

D.C. was rolling. Then last weekend happened, and now no one knows what to think of the Defenders. Are they the team that shut out New York in week 2, or the team that was dominated completely in week 2?

At 0-3, we’re pretty sure who Tampa Bay is, which is why this one-point spread seems like a no-brainer. If D.C. plays even half as well as they did before last week, they win.

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Calling all Southwest States: Betting Becomes Easy With our Super Fast Click to Pick in Industry

by WagerHome Blog on February 27, 2020

If you are a bookmaker in the Southwest, you now have even more reason to give pay per head software a try. WagerHome.com, which offers a free trial of its PPH software for four weeks, also makes betting even easier with its featured click to pick.

Easier betting, means your customers bet more. They bet more, your business grows. And you get all of that by simply joining forces with a pay per head software provider at a nominal fee per customer.

The Ins and Outs of Pay Per Head Software

Bookmakers in the Southwest are looking to work smarter, not harder. Pay per head software allows them to do this by outsourcing the administrative side of their business to trained professionals.

Southwest bookies also get a fully customizable website – coupled with mobile access – and a full complement of sports and betting options. Plus, they get detailed reports on each of their clients so they can better serve their wants and needs.

Add in secure financial transactions, a fully staffed customer support helpline, and the most accurate and up to date odds in the business, and signing up with a pay per head software provider becomes a no brainer.

Advantages of PPH Software for the Bookmaker

If, as a bookmaker, you’re covering a region in the Southwest, chances are your clients want to place a wager at all hours of the day. European soccer, early NBA tip-offs on the East Coast, Aussie rules, and so forth. With PPH, you no longer have to be available 24 hours a day to take those bets because your new website will take them for you.

You no longer have to chase the changing odds of sporting events across the globe because PPH software does that for you. You no longer have to worry about the security of financial transactions because PPH software uses the latest encryption technology.


And if you’ve dreamed of being able to offer your clients access to in-play wagering but were limited because you never had a website robust or flexible enough to handle it, dream no more. PPH software will make in-play wagering a reality, and for less than $10 per customer.

PPH Advantages for the Client

Your clients will get the convenience of total access online wagering. They can access their accounts over their device of choice, and fully participate in all forms of wagering right on their mobile phone. And the odds they play, on any sport and for any type of wager, will be accurate and reflective of the latest player news.

Your customers in the Southwest will get all the benefits of a bigger sportsbook – including secure transactions and a highly trained customer support team – but will not have to sacrifice your personal touch to get it.

You will have a business that offers more but runs cleaner, and your customers will get the first-class service they deserve.

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MLB Spring Training Gets the Baseball Betting Started; Don’t Forget the Great PPH Locations

by WagerHome Blog on February 25, 2020

Most people look at Opening Day of the Major League Baseball season as the place on the calendar where the real baseball betting season begins. But with all teams now playing their full slate of Spring Training games, if you’ve been dying to place a baseball bet during this long, dark, and cold winter, there’s no reason to wait until the regular season.

Wagers can be placed, winnings can be collected, and you can begin to build your baseball betting strategies for the 2020 season right now.

Now is also a great time for bookmakers to take advantage of pay per head software. By joining forces with a PPH provider, you can elevate your client offerings, give them greater access to the things they crave and provide for them a layer of account security you simply can’t do on your own.

And best of all, at WagerHome.com, you can try it free for the next four weeks before having to make a modest commitment financially.

What is Pay Per Head Software?

If you could hire a team of trained professionals to build you a website and mobile access and put it on a super fast and flexible platform, provide your clients access to wagers on sports from around the world, and give them the security of encrypted financial transactions and 24-hour access to customer service, you would.

With pay per head software, that is exactly what you can provide, and all for a small “per head” fee – as the name suggests.

Everything is customizable to make it yours. And it is, in fact, yours if you use WagerHome.com. Some other companies retain ownership of the webpage they provide, taking away from the business you built.

PPH Advantages for the Bookmaker

PPH software is everywhere, so no matter where you have your business, it’s yours to use. And that means no more chasing down clients. No more tracking shifting odds on your own. And no more taking phone calls in the middle of the night so your customers can place a bet.

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The cost of creating your own dynamic website capable of in-play wagering and instant financial transactions, and staffed by a team of trained professionals, would cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. Instead, with PPH software, you can save the money but still get the service.

PPH Advantages for the Customer

Giving your customers the upgraded experience of PPH software will keep them loyal. They will get access to all of the perks of a big bookmaking site – including mobile access – but still get the personal touch that only you can provide.

Your customers, no matter where they are located, will be playing on the best and latest technology. The odds they play will be the most up to date in the business. Their transactions will be backed up by encryption technology. And if they encounter any technical or account issues, customer service is available to troubleshoot a solution.

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Three Teams Worth A World Series Futures Bet

by WagerHome Blog on February 22, 2020

Spring training games are upon us, and baseball is getting itself geared up for one of the more interesting seasons in recent memory. The offseason is usually all about the news of player movement, while this year, it feels like we’ve done nothing but talk about trash cans, buzzers, and tainted World Series titles.

Time to get back to the business at hand, and which teams are most deserving of your World Series futures bet.

Houston Astros (8/1)

Yes, I just said let’s get back to the business at hand, and now I’m talking about the Astros. But the reality is that even without trash cans, they remain a very good team, and at 8/1, they provide better wagering value than the two favorites, the Yankees (3/1) and Dodgers (7/2).

The Astros have a great lineup, a great rotation, and a massive chip on their shoulder. As much as other teams are going to be motivated when they face the Astros, it’s clear that the Astros have equal motivation to prove that they are deserving of their World Series.

It may feel distasteful to put money on Houston, but it’s also a smart play.

New York Mets (18/1)

You can, of course, place your money on that other team for New York, but at only 3/1, and considering it’s been 11 years since they last won the World Series, I think the Mets offer much greater value.

They, too, have one of the best rotations in all of baseball, with a pair of Cy Young winners highlighting the starting five. And whichever team can emerge from the NL East is going to be tough and battle-tested, having survived the Nationals, Braves, and Phillies.

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I think the Mets can be that team, and at 18/1, they make for an enticing World Series future play.

Minnesota Twins (18/1)

The Twins are like the anti-Mets, in that they have the luxury of playing in one of the worst divisions in all of baseball. The Tigers have a win total line of 56.5, and the Royals are at 64.5. That means a lot of losses for those teams and a lot of wins for the Twins.

And even though the prospects for the Indians and White Sox are better than the bottom two, neither team is expected to be in the postseason.

We know about the home run prowess of the Twins – they hit an MLB-record 307 last season – but what may make the difference this season is the acquisition of starting pitcher Kenta Maeda. This team is simply too good to be listed at 18/1, making this a very appealing play.

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Calling All Small Town Locals: Time To Move To A Professional PPH Platform

by WagerHome Blog on February 20, 2020

If you are a bookmaker in a smaller city, you understand the challenges of staying ahead of the game and keeping your head above water. And even if your business has been profitable, you have real concerns that it will remain so.

For these reasons, not only do you need to learn about the benefits of pay per head software, but you also need to explore them and see just how much it can add to your business. Access to a professional platform can make all the difference.

What is PPH Software?

Simply put, pay per head software is a way for you to outsource the administrative side of your bookmaking business while giving your customers access to a professional website, mobile access, and all of the amenities that they can get from placing their bets with one of the larger services.

Bookies get their own website, fully customizable to fit you and your customers’ needs, complete with access to a world of sports and betting options like the NBA or Major League Baseball, and all updated automatically with real-time odds. There are also detailed client reports so you can keep track of what your customers prefer, and those customers get 24-hour access to technical and account support.

PPH Advantages for the Bookmaker

Signing up with a PPH service means that small town bookmakers never have to chase down a client or take a bet in the middle of the night. The odds are constantly moving, but it’s no longer your job to keep track of those movements. And all financial transactions can take place right on the website, any time of day.

Imagine how much it costs to create a website with a platform capable of handling the rigors of constantly changing odds and in-play betting. Imagine the staffing costs of creating a team of qualified customer service agents. Now imagine having all of that, but at a low per customer cost that’s no more than $10 a head.

Now imagine trying it out, risk-free, for four free weeks at WagerHome.com.

PPH Advantages for the Customer

You’ve been sold on PPH software, but you still need to sell your customers on making the switch.


They will now get the convenience of online wagering. They will get full access to their accounts and in-play wagering on their mobile device. And the odds they put their money on will be accurate and the most up-to-date odds in the business.

Your customers will be wagering with the latest and best technology. Their financial transactions will be secured by the same encryption technology that the big companies use. And if they have any problems, any time of day, they can contact customer service for an immediate solution.

With a business that’s easier to manage, you’ll have more time to do client outreach. And those clients will feel like they are betting with one of the best sports wagering services on the market because they will be.

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Three Dark Horse NBA Title Contenders In Second Half Of Season

by WagerHome Blog on February 18, 2020

From a legendary slam dunk competition to a battle to the very end in the NBA All-Star Game, it was an All-Star weekend for the ages, all underscored with tributes to the life and play of the late Kobe Bryant.

The pause in the season came at the perfect time, allowing everyone to celebrate and reflect on what has happened in the last three weeks. And everyone seems to have left the weekend re-charged and with a new sense of purpose for the upcoming sprint to the postseason.

The favorites to compete for the title have already established themselves. But who might emerge in the second half as dark horse candidates that could give the heavyweights a run for their money?

Denver Nuggets

The favorites in the West are the two teams in Los Angeles, with the Lakers moving clear of the field in the week before the All-Star break. But both the Lakers and Clippers are an injury away from coming back to the pack. The Nuggets, on the other hand, run deep. They’ve rarely had everyone healthy at the same time, yet are still hanging around.

If Paul George’s bad hamstring acts up for the Clippers, or one of the big-two with the Lakers goes into the playoffs less than healthy, keep an eye on the depth of the Nuggets.

Miami Heat

No team has seen a bigger jump in its odds to win the NBA title over the course of the season more than the Miami Heat. They began the year at 600-to-1, and now stand as high 25-to-1.

No, that doesn’t make them a likely winner. But they’ve played great basketball inside the Eastern Conference, they’ve been absolutely dominant at home, and they added Andre Iguodala at the trade deadline.

That doesn’t necessarily put them in Milwaukee’s league, but it does put them in position to capitalize should the Bucks stumble.

Toronto Raptors

The Raptors have also seen a meteoric rise in their championship odds largely fueled by an amazing 15-game win streak right before the All-Star break. Power forward Pascal Siakam has emerged as a consistent scorer down low, and he’s been complimented on the outside by the great play of guards Kyle Lowry and Fred VanVleet.


They obviously lost Kawhi Leonard in the offseason, and expectations for this team were low because of that. But they still have plenty of playoff experience and the ability to get hot at a moment’s notice.

Pay Per Head Software

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XFL Week 1 – Boom or Bust? Week 2 Betting Odds

by WagerHome Blog on February 15, 2020

After a lonely and desolate six days without professional football, the post-Super Bowl malaise came to an end when the new and improved iteration of the XFL kicked off its season last weekend.

Early reports are positive. Fans like the rules. Getting to listen in on replay review discussions was a really interesting way to see how the sausage is made. And sideline interviews in the seconds following a big play made for great television.

And most importantly, that good TV actually had people tuning in their TVs, with the inaugural game drawing a high of four million viewers. That’s a long way from what the NFL draws, but it was a great start for the XFL. As was in-game attendance.

The XFL saw more ticket sales before the season started then the Alliance of American football did during its entire first season.

Will those trends continue in week 2? And more importantly, which teams do we want to bet for week 2?

New York Guardians (+6.5) at D.C. Defenders

Both the Guardians and Defenders won last week, with New York’s defense giving up just 3 points to Tampa Bay. Matt McGloin is an experienced and efficient quarterback, which makes the 6.5 point line on New York an attractive offer.

At this point, we still aren’t sure how each of these teams will shake out, making any big underdog deserving of an extra look.

Tampa Bay Vipers (-2.5) at Seattle Dragons

As we just mentioned, Tampa Bay got manhandled last week. But Aaron Murray is a good quarterback and in college running back De’Veon Smith three times led Michigan in rushing. They face Seattle, which lost to D.C.

The Dragons are led by quarterback Brandon Silvers, who is lesser-known to many football fans because he spent his college days playing at Troy, where he was a four-year starter.

Dallas Renegades (-4) at Los Angeles Wildcats

Dallas settled for three field goals from Austin MacGinnis in last week’s loss to St. Louis but still come into this one as the favorites. Philip Nelson, who finished his college career at East Carolina, was the quarterback last week.


But Dallas is hopeful that Landry Jones will be healthy enough to get the start. L.A., for its part, got rolled by Houston last week 37-17.

St. Louis BattleHawks (+8) at Houston Roughnecks

Beware the big favorites. But for what it’s worth, Houston looks every bit the part of an 8-point favorite after getting four touchdown passes from quarterback P.J. Walker. The former Temple star finished with 298 total yards of offense.

The BattleHawks defense got four sacks last week and ran the ball for almost 200 yards, making this a difficult game to gauge.

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Pay Per Head Affiliates: Refer Agents and Receive Weekly Commissions or Referral Bonuses

by WagerHome Blog on February 13, 2020

There is no better way to improve your bookmaking business than by joining forces with a top pay per head provider. You know this, you’ve taken advantage of it, and now there are even more ways to capitalize on it.

Share the love, and your knowledge of the difference that PPH software makes in your business, and get paid for it.

Refer other agents to WagerHome.com, and you can now increase your profits by drawing weekly commissions and other referral bonus offers. They get the four free weeks to try it out, and once they are sold on the advantages of teaming with a PPH software provider, you make money. The ultimate win-win scenario.

Why Pay Per Head Software Is Right For You

If you don’t yet know about the many reasons that pay per head software is a game-changer in the independent bookmaking business, here is just a taste.

You get access to a fast and flexible platform just like the ones the biggest providers in the world use. That then allows you to offer your clients a full range of sports and wagering options, which are all updated with real-time odds and point spreads automatically.

That then lets your clients participate in live wagering, make deposits and withdrawals quickly and securely, and allows you to offer them access to high-quality customer support 24 hours a day.

Never before has the playing field between the mega bookmakers, with their expensive websites and national commercials, and you, the small and independent bookmaker, been so level. And you can get it all for a small fee per client.

Advantages of Pay Per Head Software

With unfettered access to their accounts 24 hours a day, a huge range of sports betting options from the big leagues like the NBA to new leagues like the XFL, and the comfort and confidence that comes with using a financially secure network, your clients will be happy. And a happy client is a loyal client and a client that spreads the word about the services that you provide.

pay per headPay per head software also saves you money. Imagine the expense of trying to create your own website that is dynamic enough to handle the traffic of live wagering and real-time odds.

Then add mobile access to it. Then add quick and secure banking options. Now make sure your clients can easily register their accounts and manage them. And how much money do you suppose it would add to employ a team of customer service agents?

With PPH software, you get all that, and so do your clients.

No more updating odds and point spreads. No more taking calls in the middle of the night from a client who wants to place a wager. No more chasing down payments, or having to pay out winners from your own pocket.

No more headaches. Just time to focus on client outreach, growing your base of customers, and enjoying the time that is now free from tedious administrative duties.

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Winners And Losers Of The NBA Trade Deadline

by WagerHome Blog on February 11, 2020

Now that the NBA trade deadline has come and gone, the league’s home stretch has officially begun. From here to the playoffs, the games mean more, the competition ramps up, and we’ll get a better idea of the teams that are truly built to make a deep run in the playoffs and compete for the NBA title.

It’s also when we see an uptick in NBA betting, which you already know if you run your own bookmaking service. You might also know that the best way to improve that business is with pay per head software, but you’ve yet to pull the trigger on joining forces with a PPH service because of the commitment.

At WagerHome.com, you can try the service out free for four weeks to make sure that the move is the right one for you.

As for the moves that were the right ones to make at the trade deadline, here is our list of the biggest winners and losers.

Winner: LA Clippers (3/1 to win NBA Finals)

The Clippers were already one of the best teams in the West, and while treating the regular season as one long tuneup to the playoffs, they have managed to solidify themselves near the top of the Western Conference. But they now may be the best team in the conference after picking up Marcus Morris Sr. from the Knicks.

Morris is a tough and physical defender, scores 18 points per game, and is a great three-point shooter who is sure to find plenty of space to shoot with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George getting the bulk of the defensive attention.

Loser: Los Angeles Lakers (2/1 to win NBA Finals)

The Lakers are still the Vegas favorites to win the championship, but they too wanted Morris. Plan B was Darren Collison coming back, but he’s decided to stay retired.

Both Utah and Denver made small upgrades at the deadline, making the West more competitive overall and the Lakers’ path to the Finals that much more challenging.

Winner: Miami Heat (30/1 to win NBA Finals)

The Milwaukee Bucks are the agreed-upon best team in the East. But the race to be the No. 2 team in the conference just got more interesting with Miami’s acquisitions of Andre Iguodala and Jae Crowder.


Both players bring playoff experience to the Heat as well as defensive flexibility, and the Heat didn’t have the mortgage the future to get either one, leaving them as a big free-agent player this offseason.

Loser: New York Knicks (10000/1 to win NBA Finals)

Not to pile on the Knicks, who’ve been in the loser category for the better part of a decade, but Morris was one of the more valuable pieces available at the deadline, and they didn’t get nearly enough in return.

New York received Maurice Harkless and a first-round pick that will be near the very bottom of the round, making it a rather pedestrian haul for a player seen as someone who could put the Clippers over the top.

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Can Anyone Outside Los Angeles Win the 2020 NBA Championship?

by WagerHome Blog on February 8, 2020

Los Angeles seems to be the place to be this season in the NBA. With the Golden State Warriors taking a big step back this year and Kawhi Leonard deciding to leave the Toronto Raptors after leading them to last year’s title, this year’s NBA was supposed to be a wide-open race. But has it become a two-horse race between tenants of the same building – the Lakers and Clippers?

Is the NBA Championship victory destined to end at Staples Center in Los Angeles, with the team in attendance the only thing left to be decided?

Los Angeles Lakers

LeBron James has reached the age that Michael Jordan was when he retired from the Bulls (before his comeback with the Wizards). But James’ play indicates that he is far from ready to hang it up and take up full-time movie production. He has been great in all facets of the game and still looks like the best player in the league.

Anthony Davis has been exactly what the Lakers were hoping for when they traded for him. He scores, he rebounds, he blocks, he steals, and he has become the perfect complement to James.

The Lakers are great, and an obvious favorite. But they are not invincible. They lost four straight games in December and recently dropped a road game to a mediocre 76ers team.

LA Clippers

Leonard has gotten some heat about sitting a few games. But he’s playing at a championship level, and if he’s able to keep himself fresh for a deep playoff run, there’s no reason to think it won’t happen.

Paul George is back and healthy after missing almost all of January with a hamstring injury, and he just pulled off back-to-back double-doubles. Leonard is the star of this team, without question, but when George is also on the floor, they can beat anyone.

The one knock against this Los Angeles team is history. The Clippers don’t have it, and even though Leonard just won his second NBA Finals MVP, the Clippers will carry the baggage of past failures into every playoff series. The last three times they made the playoffs, they were knocked out in the first round.

Eastern Conference Contenders

Los Angeles

The Bucks continue to be the class of the East and still have the defending league MVP in Giannis Antetokounmpo. They lead the entire league in scoring while also boasting a top 10 defense. That kind of all-around play is exactly what Milwaukee needs to get over the championship hump.

Toronto was supposed to be done when Leonard decided to leave it, and at the beginning of the season, that’s how it looked. But the Raptors have ripped off a torrid streak of wins since early January and have themselves in second place. They play great defense, rank third in three-point shooting, and can lean on the experience of last season’s title run.

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