Looking up pay-per-head software providers can become quite a daunting task, particularly so when you consider how difficult it is to find a good balance between operating costs and the quality of the available products. The folks at PerHeadBSS.com appear to be of such ‘middling’ sort.

Once you get past the unappealing orange/black tint and poorly-redacted content of its homepage, you will stumble upon a fairly informative website, replete with details about available services and features. These include the basic sports, horses and casino games offer, plus some other perks like a props builder and the possibility to build customized websites for your player groups.

While PerHeadBSS may not be the ‘flashiest’ PPH provider out on the net, on first look, their alleged $6 flat fee looks rather affordable for a service package that provides all the basic tools and player commodities… with some flaws on the side.

We’ve awarded this PPH operator a 43 grade (Average to Low).

/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

Pricing is definitely the most promising thing about PerHeadBSS. Their advertised $6 flat fee for all packages seems ideal for low-budget bookies, though, as the saying goes, one should be EXTRA careful when dealing with sportsbooks that sell themselves a little too cheaply from the get-go. Even though we didn’t find any evident flaws in its service package, we would still recommend a little caution when choosing PerHeadBSS, as we were unable to locate any information in regards to its ownership of financial ties throughout our brief investigation.

Promos 2/10 Points

We do admit it: We’ve been terribly magnanimous granting 2 scanty points to PerHeadBSS for the bonuses category, as we couldn’t find a SINGLE promotion offered to agents, nor any kind of test trial. The reason we awarded them with any points at all, is simply because we prefer to give PPH providers the “benefit of the doubt”, in the case they simply forgot to make any mention of it, and the fact that we did find an agent account demo available for page visitors.

Agent Admin 8/15 Points

Within the agent account demo, we were able to half-confirm some of the statements made on PerHeadBSS’ website in regards to their available services for agents. The agent’s test dashboard had all the basic details, including daily and weekly figures, number of active players, deleted wagers and deleted accounts. There’s also a top menu with more thorough reports for weekly action, player and bet distribution. We’re unsure as to whether the test program we used actually reflects the one that real users have access to, but overall, it looked plenty incomplete; we couldn’t find anything about the advertised lines management feature or the prop-making tool.

Sportsbook 7/15 Points

Nothing much to look at here at all. It’s all the usual assortment of betting options, including the classic sports leagues, live-betting (which is nothing really special; everyone has it these days), horses, hounds, futures and props. PerHeadBSS claims they offer a lines management feature, but from the look of it, it’s likely they just allow agents to change line settings while on the phone with one of their agents. We couldn’t find the prop-building tool either, so, if you happen to know anything about it, please let us know!

Casino 4/10 Points

PerHeadBSS features two casino platforms, a virtual one with all the basic casino game options like slots, keno, video poker, etc, and some live versions of blackjack roulette and baccarat. They didn’t spend too much designing the casino info pages, so, we’re left thinking they probably didn’t spend that much time growing their game collection either. Probably a let-down.

Horses 2/5 Points

Similar problem with the horses features: Hardly any information at all, except the exact same things you can find in a Wikipedia page about standard online horse betting definitions. We couldn’t access any demos to give us a better idea about their running horses and/or hounds betting program either, so we’re fitting PerHeadBSS with an average category score, assuming they offer the basic horses package, of course.

Call Center 4/10 Points

Middling, just like the rest. PerHeadBSS advertises a proficient team of English speakers, but that is just what everyone else claims. There is however a Messaging button you can click on; we tried reaching out to them within the usual business time-frame but found no luck. There is no mention either about any available guidance or agent tutoring services for bookie hopefuls.

Payment Methods 1/5 Points

This is the one point that got us a little bit concerned: Their alleged payment options include Paypal, which doesn’t ring too well in regards to trustworthiness or reliability. Paypal wants NOTHING to do with online betting, and there’s no chance that they’re allowing transactions from a betting-related entity. Apart from that, they offer Moneygram (cash transfers), Bitcoin and money orders. If you want to work with PerHeadBSS, we suggest you stick to a mechanism that leaves you ZERO liabilities.

Mobile Friendliness 5/15 Points

There’s no mention at all about a ‘mobile app’ per se, but the folks at PerHeadBSS do say that their software is mobile friendly; then, yet again, that is what they all say. From the look of the picture posted at PerHeadBSS.com’s mobile section, it looks like your standard display a mobile-rendered sports betting interface, working straight from a typical browser.