Pay Per Head Pro Services Bookie Software Review

Details make ALL THE DIFFERENCE when it comes to choosing your pay per head provider., insomuch as to what our present review concerns, has proven itself to be the “serious” type of pay-per-head business.

Unlike many other past and unpleasant instances, in which we’ve found ourselves in the necessity of digging deep for the uttermost basic information, PayPerHeadProServices’s review-making turned out to be quite the easy breezy experience. A quick glance at their homepage will provide you with all the essential data needed to make the best-informed decision, including such vital aspects as pricing, available features, support channels, payment methods, and latest promos; whether you choose to keep PPHPS in your portfolio or not, it’s entirely up to you!

With all fairness in mind, there’s also the realization that – as with 99.9% of other similar service platforms – there IS a downside to PayPerHeadProServices’ package, though never so large in scale to cast a lasting shade on all its likable perks and advantages.

With the above points in consideration, and with some more that will appear in more detail right below, DrPayPerHead has chosen to award this above-average PPH retailer with a 70 point score.


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


Price 13/15 Points

The very first thing that ‘popped up’ before our eyes during our research was, without a doubt, PayPerHeadProServices’ low cost (at $6.oo per-head), as contrasted to its fairly complete bundle of PPH services and features; under more “normal” industry circumstances, one such pay-per-head package would cost you between nine and twelve US$ per bettor. Naturally, this fact alone makes PPHPS the subject of interest for those bookies looking for a budget solution to their bookmaking needs.

Promos 7/10 Points

Now, we did stumble with a bit of confusion when it came to looking up their promotional deals. The problem was, we couldn’t really figure out whether PayPerHeadProServices gives you a one-week, or a two-weeks test trial for free, as both showed up at different places on its homepage.

Their LIVE Chat window wasn’t ‘on’ at the time, due to our site exploration taking place outside of regular business hours, but we sent them an email requesting confirmation on their promo rules. If we were to base ourselves on how many more times one promo appears as opposed to the other (one week vs 2 weeks), then, we’d probably say a two weeks trial is what you’d get.

Agent Admin 11/15 Points

According to PayPerHeadProServices’ displayed info, their agent interface – that comes in both desktop and mobile versions – permits for a thorough management experience, that covers nearly every relevant instant of online play, be it sports action, horses or casino gaming. The info also mentioned the possibility of creating a unique website, and fashioning a special number (phone line?) for the agent’s player group.

Sportsbook 11/15 Points

Once you’ve completed the process of setting up your players’ profiles with all the betting limits and such (which we suppose could be done either online or with the help of a PPHPS’ agent), then you can concern yourself with the actual sports offer. PayPerHeadProServices appears to excel in this aspect as well, by covering every relevant sports league and category, while also providing LIVE and In-Game betting lines.

It would have been nice having a little “tester” mode to enjoy their available sports menu, but Alas, we couldn’t find one!

Casino 3/10 Points

Sadly, we ought to talk now about one of the very few things to let us down: The lack of any good information about their casino game offer and variety. Besides a couple of simple mentions of the vague ‘casino’ nomer, there really isn’t any more scoop of any kind about their game-provider signatories, or game types that come alongside their pay per head package.

We’ve never been able to fully understand why so many pay-per-head handlers completely neglect the virtual casino side of the business. Experienced bookmakers know that a wise PPH operator will sometimes need the casino revenue to supplement those major losses on the sports end of things.

Horses 3/5 Points

Quite literally, THAT other neglected child of the pay per head industry.

There’s scarcely anything said about horse-racing on PayPerHeadProService’s info platform, apart from the mention of its mere existence. Though, considering the regular a-OK quality of their action products, and the tendency of the general PPH industry to copy everything the competition does, it might prove safe to assume that their horses betting platform is no different from the rest and has all the expected tracks and bet types.

While still not fully aware of the full complexity or reach of PPHPS’ horses software, we will grant it a middling 3-points score on this category.

Call Center 8/10 Points

PayPerHeadProServices is located in San Jose, Costa Rica, and looks fairly accessible via its several contact points. It offers the traditional quick-message inbox, LIVE Chat (during regular US business hours); there’s also several social media channels and they made an unusual point out of the fact that they handle “American” English… So, we suppose Brit or Aussie lingo is ruled out as valid means of interaction. (just kiddin’)

Payment Methods 3/5 Points

The list of viable deposit & payout mechanisms tends to be the same for most Costa-Rica-based PPH providers, and PayPerHeadProServices isn’t the exception at all: Available payment methods include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin, Moneygram, Money Orders, European-based Skrill, Visa & MasterCard, Wire Transfers… And they also make mention of Western Union money transfers, though we doubt they’re aware that the US-based agency does not accept gambling-related transfers, going in either direction.

Mobile Friendliness 11/15 Points

Lastly, PayPerHeadProServices claims all its agent and player apps can be accessed – and used – via mobile devices. We haven’t been able to test their ‘mobile capabilities’ yet, so, please let us know if you ever decide to give PPHPS’ mobile features a try.


Is Dr PPH a sportsbook?

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How To Become A Bookie?

To become a professional bookie the two most crucial things you must complete are finding out how to attract players as well as signing up with a pay-per-head service to place bets from your players automatically using betting software.

What is Pay Per Head?

Pay-per-head is an online bookmaker offering its services for sports, casino, and horse racing betting to a specific clientele through a bookie software or sportsbook service provider.