Per Head Zone Bookie Software Review

On first look, doesn’t appear all that bad at all: The color scheme doesn’t hurt your eyes on the get-go, nor does it raise any instant flags in terms of price costs or services, but the reason we think it a bit on the bad side is because PerHeadZone’s website says very little (if anything at all) about its product offer; instead of showcasing available specials or exclusive deals, they chose to shower us with some vague notions and lots of pretty fluff… but that is about it. Most of the stuff they DO openly advertise consists of the exact same set of products that every other pay-her-head provider features in their basic package. Overall, we gave a 33 out of 100. It is one thing for a pay per head sportsbook platform at the value end of the pricing spectrum to be a little vague about what it offers. However, charges well toward the higher end ($9 or $10 per betting client per week) – and tells you basically nothing about what you can expect to offer your clients. For now, I would look elsewhere.


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 6/15 Points

The pricing at is a bit nebulous, to say the least. At a couple of places, the website indicates that the weekly pay per head fee is $9 per betting customer for a premium account. The website does not indicate whether that applies only to active bettors (meaning a bettor who placed a wager during the last week) or to all of the bettors on the agent’s roster. That is a major difference that can cost the agent a great deal of time in terms of tracking use. Then, at another point, the website said that the price is $10 and lower. There is also no indication of what one gets with a premium account – and what the fee is for a basic account, or if there is such a thing as a basic account.

Promos 2/10 Points

At this writing, does not offer any promotions as far as a free trial period for pay per head sportsbook platform clients. Particularly at this price point, this is disappointing because it shows a fundamental lack of faith in the website’s potential for sportsbook agents. Most sportsbook platforms offer a trial period of at least a week, and at this price point, it is not uncommon to find trial periods of two to six weeks. However, does not offer one.

Agent Admin 6/15 Points

The agent admin seems fairly minimal on You can change point spreads and money lines in order to keep the wagering balanced, minimizing your risk. You get access to weekly balance reports, and you have the option to slap limits on your individual bettors’ accounts. From the website, though, it is not clear what daily reporting you would receive, or whether the weekly reports move ahead, one day at a time, or simply provide snapshots, a week at a time, at the activity in your pay per head sports betting accounts.

Sportsbook 6/15 Points

At this price point, I would expect to offer you access to all of the major sports leagues: the NHL, the NBA, MLB, MLS, European first division soccer, pro and college American football, UFC/MMA, boxing, tennis, golf, cricket and more. The website indicates that you will have access to a sportsbook for your clients, but it does not indicate which leagues are offered. You do have the ability to offer live in-game betting at the premium membership level, but without knowing which games would be available, it is hard to endorse this website.

Casino 2/10 Points does offer your betting clients access to casino gaming. There are two benefits to casino gaming on a pay per head sportsbook platform. First, the casino games keep your betting clients engaged with your website for more of the week than they would be if you just offered sports betting. Second, the revenue that your betting clients bring in by playing games helps to cover your costs of operating the website, which is always a good thing if you want to keep pay per head fees low over time.

Horses 1/5 Points

According to the website, if you sign up with this price per head sportsbook platform, you will be able to offer your betting clients access to horse racing. Just how many tracks you can access, though, and where those tracks are, remains a bit of a mystery as the website does not address anything specifically for horse racing aficionados. At this price point, I would expect access to at least 80 tracks in North America and Asia, so you will want to address this with sales staff when you call…

Call Center 5/10 Points

Need to reach someone at The phone number is 833-PPH-ZONE (833-774-9663). According to the website, they staff the phone lines 24/7, and they have a multilingual staff, so you and your betting clients can not only reach someone, but you can also understand one another. There is no live chat application available on the website at this writing, which is somewhat disappointing at this price point. However, the fact that you can reach someone around the clock is a positive for the website.

Payment Methods 1/5 Points

The lack of information on this topic on the website is disappointing, as is not clear what payment methods accepts, as there is no information about this on their website. In the pay per head sportsbook platform industry, you should be able to expect to use a wiring service, such as MoneyGram, and such cryptocurrencies as Bitcoin are also commonly accepted. In some cases, you can use PayPal as well as pre-purchased debit cards. In rare cases, you can use credit cards. If you are considering using, you will want to ask what payment methods are accepted.

Mobile Friendliness 4/15 Points

Prepare to squint a bit when dealing with on a mobile phone. The text is infinitesimal, and while it is fairly easy to move from one page to another and back, the pictures on the website are impossible to zoom in on, so you are really left guessing what it would be like to access the agent admin tools on the site. This is a poor job of mobile optimization in contrast with the vast majority of websites in the pph sportsbook platform market today.


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