There are plenty of pay per head sportsbook platforms with a longer history than, but the site advertises that its experts have a combined 5+ decades in the sports betting business. While there are sportsbook platforms that have more bells and whistles, this site offers basic value and betting options for sportsbook owners who are looking for a good price and are just getting started in the business.

You’ll see that gives two different price levels, depending on the quality of skin/website that you want to offer your betting clients, as well as the number of features that you want to provide. In both cases, you have access to a mobile optimized agent site so that you can manage your sportsbook even when you are on the go.

The best point of is the free trial period, which runs as long as six weeks. The dual price point separates the platform into the haves and the have-nots, and if you want to have a competitive book, it is hard to argue in support of the lower tier. Overall, I give a 71 out of 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


Price 12/15 Points

There are two price points available depending on the service level you want: $7 and $10 as starting points. From those starting points, the price drops as your sportsbook grows in size. The page is not clear about the points at which the weekly fee drops. Also, you only have to pay for clients who are active bettors that week, so you do not have to monitor betting activity and cull the inactives to avoid being charged for them.

Promos 7/10 Points offers a couple of different promotions. New sportsbook sign-ups get a free week, which they can use at any time instead of during the first week. The site also offers up to six weeks as a free trial period, which is one of the longer trial periods in this industry. The platform also offers free basic casino gaming as part of the fee, but that is a fairly common provision in the industry.

Agent Admin 12/15 Points

When you look at the reporting available on, you get the basics, which includes daily and weekly reporting on your accounts. You also get to keep an eye on wagers on an individual basis, so you can see if action is piling up higher on one side or the other and make adjustments as needed. You have access to each customer profile so that you can adjust wager limits on the basis of activity.

Sportsbook 11/15 Points

On the website, they claim that they provide pay per head betting for over 12,000 live sporting wagers per month. That seems like an immense number, so you would want to take a deep dive into the demo and find out how that breaks down. The site does not discuss which specific sports it offers; in the industry, the most basic pph sportsbook platforms offer college and pro basketball and football, soccer, and baseball, with some extending into hockey, tennis, golf, UFC/MMA, boxing and other props. You will want to discuss specific sports offerings with the sales representative before committing.

Casino 7/10 Points

Some price per head sportsbook platforms charge an additional fee for casino gaming. If you just want the basic casino package, which includes such common card games as stud and draw, along with slots, then you don’t have to pay more on However, if you want other offerings, then you will need to bump up to the premier price point level. The odds for the casino game options are set by the platform, although you do have the flexibility to set your odds and lines in the sportsbook.

Horses 2/5 Points

The site promotes having more than 12,000 live sporting events available for wagering per month, but it does not get into specifics about the number of horse racing tracks that it covers. The top pph sportsbook options in the industry support wagering for up to 120 tracks across North America, Asia and Europe. If you plan to promote your own openness to offering a variety of horse racing options, then you might want to look at another platform.

Call Center 7/10 Points

If you need to reach support, you can call (866) 434-4358. Support representatives are available who speak English and Spanish. This gives your betting clients peace of mind, because they can reach out with concerns around the clock, and you can do the same, if you have questions about your pay per head betting platform.

Payment Methods 2/5 Points

If you want to find out which specific payment methods that accepts, you have to call and talk to their sales specialists. In the pay per head sportsbook industry, common payment methods include gift card balances, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, MoneyGram and other transfer services, bank wire transfers and credit cards (although the credit cards often come with a high transaction fee).

Mobile Friendliness 11/15 Points

The look and navigation of is comparable to what you find on some of the other value-level pay per head sportsbooks. The text is relatively easy to read, although the font size is a bit small on some of the internal pages. It is possible to run your book from your smartphone, although it will be slightly easier to do it from a tablet because of the text size.