Pay Per Head Money Maker: Dynamic Live Wagering

by WagerHome Blog on November 26, 2020

If you are an independent bookmaker looking to supercharge your business and maximize your sports betting revenue, you need to partner with a pay per head software provider with a live wagering option. Along with four weeks to try it out for free, gives you your own customizable website, your choice of worldwide sports and wager types, and full betting reports for each of your clients.

Beyond that, provides something that you can’t offer your customers when you’re running your shop alone – live sports wagering.

What is Live Wagering?

Live wagering, also called in-play wagering, is defined simply as bets placed on games that are currently in progress. As the game moves along and the score changes, new betting opportunities become available, and with constantly changing odds. Those changing odds are calculated by a computer – making them free of human bias – and they are something that you can’t offer your clients unless you are teamed up with a pay per head software provider.

As an example, it works something like this:

The Miami Dolphins are hosting the Buffalo Bills and are listed at +3 before kickoff. As soon as the game begins and points are scored, the betting line shifts. If Miami goes up early, the line will shrink. If Buffalo is the first team to score, the spread line will grow.

The over/under line, spread line, and much more are all subject to change as the game progresses. You can bet on quarters and halftime lines, and even smaller bets are offered, such as whether Josh Allen will throw a touchdown pass, Matt Breida rushes for a score, the next turnover, the next sack, as well as a host of other live bets.

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Your Clients Want Live Wagering

Live betting on sports dates back to the early days of the 20th century. Fans would sit in the stands at baseball games and bet on things like the next pitch, whether a batter would get on base, and how many bases the next hit would be. Now that we all have the ability to walk around with sportsbooks in our pockets, what was once a fun way to enhance wagering while sitting in the stands has exploded into the most popular way to bet on sports today.

Industry insiders believe that 70% of all sports wagers in the United States will be in-play wagers in the near future, a trend that would match what is already developing in Europe. If we can apply European trends to U.S. data, we can expect that most of your clients are likely to be placing live wagers with a large sportsbook, if they are not doing so already. And no matter how loyal they are to you, the siren song of live wagering will eventually come calling.

To stay competitive and keep your clients engaged and satisfied, the ability to provide live wagering is invaluable.

Live Wagering Means More Wagering

Along with the enhanced enjoyment that live wagering brings your clients, the ability to place in-game wagers keeps bettors more engaged in your sportsbook. They become an active participant in betting, placing multiple bets per game.

There are halftime wagers to cover pre-game losers. Drive and play bets in football and individual inning bets when wagering on baseball. Plus, since your clients can get an instant return on bets, there is an incentive to place multiple wagers, either to keep their winning streak rolling or to hedge their bet and cut losses.

Everyone wins when you add live wagering to what you can offer as a bookmaker. Your clients are happy, and your profits are bigger. To set up your sportsbook with pay per head live betting services, contact us at at any time.

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Thanksgiving Day 2020 NFL Picks

by WagerHome Blog on November 24, 2020

In this NFL season that feels like none other and a Thanksgiving Day that is sure to feel different than any that we’ve experienced in recent memory, we do get a bit of normalcy. Thanksgiving Football.

We may be missing mom and her stuffing and fighting with your brother over the last piece of pumpkin pie, but we will still have a full day of NFL football with our traditional stops in Detroit and Dallas.

Houston Texans (-2.5) at Detroit Lions

The Thanksgiving tradition in Detroit goes back to 1934, and there’s an impression that the Lions, because of their experience, play particularly well on their annual short week. Not true.

In their history, the Lions have an overall .443 winning percentage, with a modest improvement to .475 on Thanksgiving Day.

Detroit is 6-14 against the spread in its last 20, while Houston is just 2-8 ATS in its last 10. But the Texans have a quarterback playing out of his mind.

Deshaun Watson is playing some of the best football of his career, while the Lions’ Matthew Stafford has an injured thumb that has really hampered his performance. With a spread at less than a field goal, take the Texans to cover.

Washington Football Team at Dallas Cowboys (-3)

Someone has to win the NFC East and get a home playoff game, as much as we wish it wasn’t so.

The winner of Washington and Dallas will move into first place at 4-7, and as crazy as it sounds, that team will be on a two-game win streak. The Cowboys have Andy Dalton back at quarterback and are coming off an impressive win against Minnesota.

Washington is getting good football from quarterback Alex Smith and just beat the Bengals.


The Cowboys’ Thanksgiving history goes back to 1966, and they have won 60% of their games on Thanksgiving. But in 2020, they are an NFL worst 2-8 against the spread.

Washington is 5-5 ATS in 2020 and will cover the three points here.

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers (-4.5)

Hard to believe, but the Ravens aren’t just out of first place in the AFC North, they’re now in third place. And if the playoffs began today, they would be staying home.

Pittsburgh is 10-0, showing no signs of slowing, and is the favorite right now to get the No. 1 seed in the AFC. The Steelers are also a league-best 8-2 against the spread in 2020, including a cover in Week 8 at Baltimore.

The Ravens are just 4-6 ATS, losers of two straight, and they just put their two best running backs on the COVID-19 list. The Steelers win this one by at least a touchdown and cover another spread.

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What Are the Benefits of Pay Per Head Services?

by WagerHome Blog on November 19, 2020

If you are an independent bookmaker, or thinking of becoming one, you’ve likely heard about pay per head services. You’ve checked on the fees, and they are modest. But since you run your own shop and currently don’t pay any fees at all, why make the move? Why spend money on pay per head software and services when you don’t have to?

It remains true that you don’t have to partner with a PPH provider to run a bookmaking business. And it’s also true that you can sell a house without a realtor or buy and sell stock without a broker. But we also all understand that having an expert with the time and resources you don’t have will get you more for your house. And in some cases, a lot more.

The same holds true in sports bookmaking. Having an expert on your side makes all the difference. The benefits of pay per head services will save you time, money, and hassle, as you’ll see below.

Benefits of Pay Per Head Services – More Time, More Clients

A pay per head service is no different than any other outsourcing service. You can hand off the responsibilities of customer services, financial transactions, the compiling of daily, weekly, and monthly reports, and many other administrative duties that occupy your daily grind. And with the time that will give you, you can focus on client outreach.

Extra time for you means you can focus on bringing in new clients and maintaining loyalty with existing ones. They’ll be appreciative, and your bottom line will too.

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Benefits of Pay Per Head Services – More Betting Options and Odds

One of the primary challenges about running your own shop is making sure the odds you are offering reflect the most up-to-date news and numbers. The only way to truly stay on top of it yourself is to limit your sports focus. However, that strategy limits the bets you can offer, which also caps the revenue you can generate.

With a good pay per head partner, the odds will be automatically updated for you. Having to stay on top of injury news and every weather report is a thing of the past, as you can be guaranteed that when the lines change around the world, they will change for you, too. And that means if you want to offer your clients a full menu of worldwide sports to wager, you can, and with no extra work or cost.

Benefits of Pay Per Head – Additional Services to Expand Your Business

One of the best ways to enhance your profitability through a PPH partnership is by using the additional revenue streams they offer. At you have access to both parimutuel wagering from across the world as well as a 24/7 online casino. That casino even has live dealers for blackjack and roulette.

Access to these services is already part of the regular per customer fee, so using them to attract new customers and maximize your profits costs you nothing. The same is true for live in-game wagering (also offered by and its 24/7 customer service. The wider the variety of services you can provide, the more appealing your sportsbook will be to potential bettors.

Benefits of Pay Per Head Services – A Better Version of Your Business

With PPH, you get more than just a bookmaker’s assistant. You get a full sports betting operation, including a customizable website. You get access to a complete online casino. It’s entirely your business, just ramped up to the next level. And when you sign up with right now, you get a free four-week trial before making any commitments.

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NBA Draft Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on November 17, 2020

The new NBA season won’t begin until the end of December. But the delayed NBA Draft provides bettors with a little pre-Thanksgiving wagering gift on Wednesday night.

It’s no longer about just the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat and which team will capture the NBA title. Instead, we look at the worst teams in the NBA – teams that failed to make the playoffs – and who their future building blocks are for 2021 and beyond.

Favorites to Go No. 1 Overall

  • LaMelo Ball (-176)
  • Anthony Edwards (+175)
  • James Wiseman (+600)
  • Obi Toppin (+5000)
  • Deni Avdija (+6500)

Ball is the pre-draft favorite, and as a 6-7 point guard with versatility, you can see why. He does have his own clothing line already, and a father who is less than desirable if you’re an NBA general manager. But his talent outweighs his baggage.

To consider before plunking down a bet on Ball is that the Minnesota Timberwolves already have a possession-dominant point guard in D’Angelo Russell, who they traded a pair of 2021 picks for just last season. So while Ball might be the best player in the country, he may not be the best fit in Minnesota.

That’s where Georgia’s Anthony Edwards comes in. He averaged 19 points per game as a freshman, and the 6-5 shooting guard would fit perfectly on the wing.

James Wiseman is 7-1 and destined to be an elite big man. But after just three games at Memphis last year, he was ruled ineligible, making him a wild card going into draft day.

Player Draft Positions

Not sure which player is coming off the board at No. 1? No problem. You can bet on each player’s NBA draft position with a bet that mimics an over/under bet.

  • LaMelo Ball: 2.5 (over +260; under -345)
  • Anthony Edwards: 1.5 (over -213; under +175)
  • James Wiseman: 2.5 (over -125; under +105)
  • Obi Toppin: 4.5 (over -189; under +155)
  • Deni Avdija: 4.5 (over +100; under -121)
  • Killian Hayes: 6.5 (over -200; under +165)
  • Tyrese Haliburton: 7.5 (over +135; under -164)
  • Isaac Okoro: 8.5 (over -115; under -105)
  • Devin Vassell: 11.5 (over +105; under -125)
  • Aaron Nesmith: 12.5 (over -125; under +105)

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Most mock drafts have Deni Avdija going to the Bulls with the fourth overall pick. It makes sense with former Nuggets general manager Arturus Karnisovas making the pick for Chicago and with a history of picking international players. So the under looks good there.

The most volatile of these top picks might be Iowa State’s Tyrese Haliburton. He could go as high as fourth, or possibly as low as eighth.

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If you are an independent bookmaker taking bets on the NBA Draft or the full slate of football games on the weekend schedule, you need to partner with a pay per head software provider. Get a customizable website, your choice of sports and betting options, and access for your clients to a 24/7 online casino.

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Why Smart Bookmakers are Choosing WagerHome Pay Per Head Software

by WagerHome Blog on November 12, 2020

With a changing legal landscape and a more condensed sports schedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic, sports betting is more competitive than ever. All those changes have independent bookmakers running for the greener pastures of pay per head software and the four-week free trial offered by

For just a small fee per customer, WagerHome pay per head will give you your own website, a complete menu of sports betting options, and detailed client reports.

Keep Ownership of Your Business

With many pay per head companies out there, a partnership is anything but that. Instead of keeping control over the business you worked so hard to create, the pay per head (PPH) provider maintains ownership of the website you use.

At, the website is yours, and it’s completely customizable. Your brands and your style will be what your clients will see and use, and they will always remain your clients. You’re simply paying for help with the administrative side of bookmaking and not signing over any of your profits.

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Offer Your Clients What They Want

You’ve built your bookmaking business from the ground up, and your clients are loyal to you because of it. But with legal sports betting apps populating their phones and more and more casinos cropping up, that loyalty will only last so long.

With WagerHome pay per head, you receive a detailed report on all your clients so you can better shift your offerings to meet their needs. This includes a choice in sports from all over the world. If you have someone who loves making cricket bets, great, you can make sure they have access to all the cricket all the time.

WagerHome pay per head also offers an online casino with live dealers. Instead of your clients needing to go elsewhere to play blackjack, roulette, and other casino games, they can stay right on your website and play 24 hours a day.

You can also offer them 24-hour access to a fully-functioning racebook for the same per-person fee you’re already paying, as well as live in-game wagering on thousands of events.

Less Stress for You

Running a bookmaking business can be challenging. Taking bets, updating odds, dealing with financial transactions, and troubleshooting problems at all hours of the day can take its toll. But for as little a $9 per client, per month, none of that needs to be your responsibility.

Your provided website will handle all of the wagers. As odds update on sports around the world, they will update automatically on your website. Or you can post your own odds if you prefer. It is entirely up to you.

With WagerHome pay per head, all financial transactions are secured by the latest encryption technology, so both you and your clients can rest easy when sending and receiving money. There are also multiple backup servers and firewall protections, further securing your personal information.

Should your clients ever run into issues, instead of calling you at two o’clock in the morning, they can access’s 24-hour customer support and have all their problems solved.


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Updated 2020 Masters Betting Odds

by WagerHome Blog on November 10, 2020

In a scheduling quirk brought on by the delay in spring sports because of the COVID-19 pandemic, just two weeks before we celebrate Thanksgiving, we can be thankful that the best major golf tournament of the year will be played.

It’s six months late, but Masters week is here (minus fans on the course). And as the sports world focuses on Augusta National for the 84th time in history, sports bettors will have the weekend trifecta of college football, the NFL, and premiere golf wagering.

Top 2020 Masters Betting Odds

  • Bryson DeChambeau (+800)
  • Dustin Johnson (+900)
  • Jon Rahm (+1000)
  • Justin Thomas (+1100)
  • Rory McIlroy (+1200)
  • Xander Schauffele (+1400)
  • Brooks Koepka (+1600)
  • Patrick Cantlay (+2200)
  • Tony Finau (+2500)
  • Bubba Watson (+2800)
  • Hideki Matsuyama (+2800)
  • Patrick Reed (+2800)
  • Tyrrell Hatton (+2800)

U.S. Open champion Bryson DeChambeau is the 2020 Masters Betting favorite to win, and he has easily been the most exciting golfer on tour this summer.

Dustin Johnson finished tied for second at last year’s Masters and has finished in the top two in five of his previous six tournaments played this year. Jon Rahm was a fourth-place finisher in Augusta in 2018, won the Memorial this year, and at one point in 2020, he was ranked No. 1 in the world.

Rory McIlroy is still in search of his first Masters win, the only major championship that still eludes him. It’s been an up and down year for McIlroy, but he did finish in the top-10 at the U.S. Open in September.

Other Notable 2020 Masters Betting Odds

Collin Morikawa (+3300)
Tiger Woods (+4000)
Jordan Spieth (+6600)
Phil Mickelson (+10000)
Ian Poulter (+10000)

2020 Masters BettingTiger Woods is the defending Masters champion, and he looks to go back-to-back at the age of 44. On the opposite end of the spectrum is Collin Morikawa, who looks to become the first tour rookie to win at Augusta since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979. He won the PGA Championship in August.

Jordan Speith was a Masters winner in 2015, and Phil Mickelson has three green jackets. Both would provide big paydays if they win again this year. And don’t sleep on Ian Poulter, who sits at +10000 in 2020 Masters betting odds. Poulter hasn’t played much in the United States this year, but he had two top-10 finishes in Europe in October. The Englishman has never won a major title but does have a pair of top-10 finishes at The Masters.

2020 Masters Betting Pay Per Head Software

If you are an independent bookmaker engaging in 2020 Masters betting, along with the full slate of weekend football games, and you aren’t yet partnered with a pay per head software provider, you are leaving money on the table. As we move closer to the return of college basketball, and the new NBA season in December, now is the time to act.

PPH software provides a fully customizable website that you own. You can also choose sports and betting options from around the world, and with fully automated odds. And your customers will get access to 24/7 customer support, leaving you time to grow your business. See a demo today at and get a risk-free, complimentary four-week trial.

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2021 World Series Betting Odds

by WagerHome Blog on November 5, 2020

It’s only been a handful of days since the Los Angeles Dodgers won their first World Series in 32 years. We’re in the midst of awarding baseball’s regular hardware, and everyone in the sport is bracing themselves for an offseason unlike any other after the financial losses of the shortened 2020 season.

The assumption is that since the 60-game season and bubbled postseason was an overall success, the 2021 season will be a full year of baseball. That means it’s never too soon to look ahead to 2021 World Series betting and what teams you could expect to see competing for the title.

2021 World Series Betting Favorites

Los Angeles Dodgers (+400)
New York Yankees (+600)
Atlanta Braves (+800)
Chicago White Sox (+1000)
San Diego Padres (+1000)
Tampa Bay Rays (+1200)
Oakland Athletics (+1600)
Minnesota Twins (+1600)
Cincinnati Reds (+2000)
Houston Astros (+2200)
Cleveland Indians (+2500)
New York Mets (+2500)
Chicago Cubs (+2500)

Two of the biggest movers on this board from a year ago are the Padres in the National League and the White Sox in the American League. San Diego was +4500 to win the 2020 World Series, but had a great season, made it to the NLDS, and have a great young core of players that should be even better in 2021.

The White Sox were in the AL Central race to the very end and lost in the Wildcard Round to the A’s. At +2500 a year ago, the White Sox are now tied with the Padres at +1000. Chicago’s young stars like Eloy Jimenez, Luis Robert, and Tim Anderson should continue to shine in 2021. With the fourth-best odds at the championships, the White Sox make a lot of 2021 World Series betting sense.

The Dodgers, Yankees, and Braves are no surprise at the top. They have loaded rosters and were all great teams in 2020. But there is one intriguing value play that isn’t on this board – the Washington Nationals at +3500.

2021 World Series BettingThe World Series winner in 2019 had a rough 2020. Ryan Zimmerman took the COVID opt-out, and World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg was lost for the season after wrist surgery. After that, the Nationals never got back on track.

But 2021 expects to have a healthy Strasburg back in the rotation, and at just 21-years old, Juan Soto might already be the best hitter in the National League. In 2020 he led the league in batting average, on-base percentage, and slugging percentage. Trea Turner has also established himself as one of the premier shortstops in baseball.

It’s easy to see how the Nationals could recapture their 2019 magic and pay big dividends on a +3500 wager in a full season.

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Baseball futures bets are open for business, even if the season is still several months away. But there is football, basketball around the corner, golf, and a host of other sports filling up the betting calendar.

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WagerHome Pay Per Head Service Promotion – First 4 Weeks Free!

by WagerHome Blog on November 3, 2020

With both college football and the NFL going strong, college basketball tipping off in November, the NBA eyeing a December return, and an anticipated January start for the next NHL season, now is the time to launch the independent bookmaking service you’ve been considering.

Independent, however, does not mean that you have to go it alone. You can be your own boss, set your own hours, and be in complete control of the services you provide to your clients, but still have help from an experienced and trustworthy partner by signing up for WagerHome pay per head software service.

As part of their current promotion, if you sign up for WagerHome pay per head, you will pay $0 for four weeks. That’s right, when you sign up at your first four weeks are free!

What is WagerHome Pay Per Head?

In short, signing up with a pay per head software provider is simply a way to outsource your bookmaking business’ administrative side. Instead of building your own website, the WagerHome pay per head would provide a fully customizable site. Instead of having to chase down changing odds from around the world, the PPH software does that for you. And instead of taking each bet personally from your clients, that too is handled by the PPH software provider.

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Why do Bookmakers Love WagerHome Pay Per Head?

The reason independent bookmakers are flocking to PPH providers is simple – you maintain complete control of your business, but with almost none of the headaches that come with being the boss.

You can have automatic odds set for you, or you can set them yourself. And instead of putting out the financial outlay of a new website, WagerHome pay per head foots the bill.

Through PPH companies like, you can provide your clients unfettered access to sports betting, as well as a 24/7 racebook and 24/7 online casino, increasing your profits without you having to increase any of your workload.

Bookmakers also receive weekly reports on how each of their clients is playing and betting, and access to a player administration page that allows those clients to be managed properly and efficiently.

Why will Your Clients Love WagerHome Pay Per Head?

While your clients will likely be loyal, that’s no guarantee with the number of betting options available today. Bettors want to wager on the most up-to-date and sophisticated platform available, and guarantees that the software they provide always comes with the latest technology.

That technology includes live in-play wagering, which your clients will be able to do with software, as well as eSports wagering, parimutuel wagering from horse racing tracks around the world, and an online casino that offers live dealers for Blackjack, Baccarat, and roulette.

WagerHome pay per head also comes with advanced encryption technology, so your clients can make deposits and withdrawals and be confident in their transactions’ security. There are also multiple backup servers and firewall protection, adding additional security for everything provides.

Should there be any problems with transactions, placing wagers, or anything else that might befall a sports betting website, offers your clients 24/7 customer support to solve all issues quickly.

Get a demo and a four-week free trial of WagerHome pay per head today, and take your bookmaking business to the next level!

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