If your looking for safe and reliable bookie software provider than look no further. Our mission at Bookie Advantage is to provide sound and dependable advice to bookmakers and agents across the globe. As a bookie, who you choose as your Pay per Head provider is a major decision and should not be taken lightly. A bookmaker with little to no experience, armed with a solid PPH provider is better than the most seasoned of agents that align themselves with a bad one. A good PPH provider can literally make or break your business so you need to choose wisely. We at Bookie Advantage have already performed the research on this topic and have been evaluating PPH services for years. In a nutshell below is a brief review of the top 3 providers.
Per Head (4 stars ♦♦♦♦)
PROS: Owners of Beteagle. A good product with good customer service and an early established pioneer in the industry. Solid lines management. We give them 4 stars.
CONS: Slightly unfriendly business polices and EXPENSIVE. Although the customer service is good, it’s not very flexible. If your per head credit falls as little as $1 dollar in the red on Monday, when they perform the billing, your account will be immediately deactivated without hesitation or warning. They are very polite and attentive but will do very little if you require special treatment or if you need them to jump any fences. They have their own polices and procedures that they will not bend. In addition they command some of the highest prices in the industry. Although they offer solid lines management, their match-ups, props and tournament odds can sometimes seem out of whack with the majority of the marketplace. They are also very high-profile which isn’t such a great thing in this industry.
5 Star per Head (5 stars ♦♦♦♦♦)
PROS: A solid and reliable product with good customer service. They offer a very attractive and modern mobile and PC interface for Agents and players. Customer service is extremely friendly and flexible. Assigned account managers with solid lines management. Other than being a new name in the industry (which can actually be a good thing) we ironically give their services 5 stars.
CONS: Although we found little to be dissatisfied with they’re still new in the industry although they’ve retained seasoned management with a new server infrastructure. In summary, they’re up and comers that have only been in business since early 2012.
Real Bookie and RDG Corp (3.5 stars ♦♦♦ 1/2)
PROS: A good product with adequate customer service. Fair and reasonable prices.
CONS: Their servers have a tenancy to get swamped during heavy wagering periods or just before game time. Sometimes their line updates and grading process can seem a bit slow especially during football season. They relocate their operations and offices too often. Between 2012 and 2013 they moved their offices a total of 4 times. Owed by Robby McPhail. Reputed owner of failed Apex Sportsbook.