Once you get past the fact that PayPerHead.net’s website designers don’t really comprehend the importance of keeping font types and sizes standardized throughout their website (because PPH.net’ designers CLEARLY didn’t get the memo) then, you might come to find out that PayPerHead.net is a fairly normal PPH service, with the absolute basic features and relatively cheap price tag.

Question is: Would you be willing to save on your PPH for the sake of a midriff service provider?

Overall, we gave PayPerHead.net a 56 out of 100. It seems like another one of the run-of-the-mill $5 sportsbook platforms, which means it’s cheap to get up and running but hard to see how you would build much of a large following over time, given the number of superior alternatives at slightly higher price points. The one-week trial period is a little on the chintzy side as well. For now, I’d say keep shopping.

/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 10/15 Points

PayPerHead.net is one of many sportsbook platforms offering a fee of $5 per week for each of your active betting clients. This is a significant saving over some of the other platforms. Just remember that such features as customization options, access to live betting, access to horse tracks and the ability to adjust lines on the fly can all vary at this point on the pricing spectrum.

Promos 1/10 Points

PayPerHead.net offers a one-week trial period for potential sportsbook agents to use their platform without putting down a deposit. That is the shortest trial period on the market (although there are some platforms that do not offer a trial period at all). I would hold out for a platform that gives you at least two weeks, so you have a chance to make it through a full betting cycle of games to see how the service works for you and your clients.

Agent Admin 7/15 Points

At this price point, you should get daily and weekly reporting on bettor activity. You should be able to put limits on individual accounts if necessary. You should also be able to monitor and adjust your point spreads and money lines as you feel necessary according to balance in the betting action. You should be able to set up side props for your matchups. You may or may not be able to offer live in-game wagering, as that is not always a feature at this price point.

Sportsbook 7/15 Points

At some point, PayPerHead.net may add their list of available leagues to the website, but it was not available at this writing. Even the value pay per head sportsbook platforms should offer you access to action from the NHL, MLS, MLB, European first division soccer, pro and college football and basketball, and UFC/MMA. You will want to ask the sales staff about the specifics here.

Casino 7/10 Points

You must have a price per head sportsbook platform that provides a robust casino presence, to keep your betting clients frequently engaged as well as to guarantee that you have enough money coming in. The more time clients spend on your platform, the stronger your client connection will be – and the better the word of mouth will be. PayPerHead.net provides you with access to live and virtual casinos, with a wide variety of games for your betting clients to play.

Horses 2/5 Points

PayPerHead.net offers access to more than 50 horse racing tracks in North America. Given the price point, that is about the minimum that I would consider acceptable. There are plenty of other pay per head sports betting platforms at this price point that offer as many as 75 tracks, but if you like this platform for other reasons, and horse racing is not an area of emphasis for you, then this might be enough.

Call Center 7/10 Points

You and your betting clients can call for help at PayPerHead.net at 877-819-4141. The phone line is available 24/7, and the site also offers live chat. It is vital to be able to reach support for the website at any time of day or night, because the fact that the betting market is an international one, and that people frequently place their bets much later than what people think of as regular hours of business.

Payment Methods 5/5 Points

It’s hard to get much more flexible than PayPerHead.net when it comes to payment options. Want to use PayPal? Sure. They take three different cryptocurrencies (bitcoin, Ethereum and ripple). Credit cards? Absolutely. They take Visa, MasterCard, American Express and even the Discover Card. Your betting clients will face some fees when it comes to some of those transactions, but you can’t say that this pay per head sports betting platform does not offer convenience.

Mobile Friendliness 10/15 Points

PayPerHead.net is easy to navigate on a mobile phone or tablet. This is a must if you want betting clients to join your sportsbook, because they will want to be able to run things from their smartphones, not from a computer.