AcePerHead.com has positioned itself as one of the leaders in the pay per head sportsbook industry. Based on their starting price point of $10 per week for each active betting client, they should be one of the leaders. I would expect to find all of the basic options and features that some of the more value-oriented sportsbooks provide their agents, as well as a good number of extras when it comes to live betting, in-game betting, available sports to carry and the like. However, that was not quite the case.

When you sign up with AcePerHead.com, you have access either to a skin for your website or a custom design (with the custom design costing more) to make your sportsbook’s website pop. This is one of the strengths of this platform, because the visuals that they have on their own website and that are visible on the agent demo sites do look professional.

Ultimately, though, AcePerHead.com falls a bit short for me – primarily because of the difference between the price point and what I found when I went looking through the demo pages to see what the platform offers sportsbook agents. Because of that gap between expectations and what I found, I give this an 68 out of 100.

/100

Total Score
Price /15 Points
Promos /10 Points
Agent Admin /15 Points
Sportsbook /15 Points
Casino /10 Points
Horses /5 Points
Call Center /10 Points
Payment Methods /5 Points
Mobile Friendliness /15 Points

PPH REVIEW DETAILS

Price 11/15 Points

It is hard to find much information about the pricing schedule that AcePerHead.com offers, with the exception of their starting point, which is $10 per week for each of your betting clients. The site indicates that the price could go up or down, depending on the features that you choose for your sportsbook and the number of clients that you have. However, that lack of transparency when it comes to the different price points makes that $10 starting point seem high. On several of the other pph sportsbook options, you can find a chart with all of the different price points, which would be a welcome addition here.

Promos 3/10 Points

At this writing, AcePerHead.com does not currently offer any promotional programs. Given the relatively high price point that they have in comparison to some of the other pay per head sportsbook platforms out there, that is a bit surprising. Also, their substitution of a demo instead of a free trial period is also a bit disappointing.

Agent Admin 12/15 Points

According to the agent demo, this pay per head sportsbook offers a reasonable number of reports for owners to consider. You get the basics, such as weekly and daily account activity, as well as action moving around on the various wagers that you have set up.

Sportsbook 9/15 Points

Do you want to offer access to baseball, football, soccer and basketball games? Then AcePerHead.com has what you want for your platform. Given the price point that this pay per head sportsbook is charging, I would expect to see some wider options, including Major League Soccer. There is some flexibility with respect to setting your lines and offering props.

Casino 5/10 Points

When it comes to casino options, it is hard to tell, through an agent-based demo, just what it is that AcePerHead.com offers. It sounds like the basic casino games are available, but if you consider how much the starting fee is per head for this pph sportsbook platform, you would expect some more of the fun bells and whistles that go along with the extras.

Horses 4/5 Points

When it comes to horse racing wagers, there are few sportsbook platforms that offer as many tracks as AcePerHead.com. Tracks in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia that run graded stakes will have their races up on AcePerHead.com. You can go in and set your moneylines for each horse, or you can take the ones that we set in-house, using our expert research.

Call Center 9/10 Points

AcePerHead.com’s customer service is available around the clock at (800) 909-5193. There are representatives available in both English and Spanish, which covers the vast majority of the sports betting world. If you would rather take part in live chat, there is an icon at the bottom right of the home page, both on computers and mobile devices, that users can click to get connected to a chat agent.

Payment Methods 4/5 Points

As far as payment methods go, AcePerHead.com does not accept VISA and MasterCard, but given the fees that other pay per head sportsbook applications charge for credit card transactions, that’s not a negative point. You do have more payment options with AcePerHead.com than you have with many other platforms: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Stellar are all accepted. So are gift cards (call the website to find out which ones they currently support) and MoneyGram transfers, both at retail points of purchase and online. With that flexibility, you can keep your account up and running – and so can your betting clients.

Mobile Friendliness 11/15 Points

Mobile optimization is a must for just about any website that plans to make money these days. When you go to AcePerHead.com’s homepage on a smartphone, the home page is covered up by a contact information form, making it a bit difficult to negotiate if you do not want to give the site your information right away. Once you get away from the home page, the mobile optimization seems adequate, but that feature on the home page could be a turn-off for potential owners.