If you are looking for value as your #1 criterion when it comes to setting up a price per head sportsbook, then priceperplayer.com might be worth a look. The price point of $5 per bettor per week is one of the lowest in the industry, and the fact that the platform has no minimums shows that it is aiming at the smaller niches of the industry. You don’t get as many options or bonus features, but that is what comes with the price point.

The best feature of priceperplayer.com is the low weekly price. The platform also offers a two-week free trial. There are others who offer longer trial periods, but two weeks is better than nothing, and you can at least get a full trip through a betting cycle in the major football or soccer leagues to see what the experience is like for you and for your betting clients before committing. The fact that priceperplayer.com accepts PayPal is another unique feature separating it from the rest. However, beyond the value, there are a lot of limitations with what you get from this platform. Overall, priceerplayer.com gets a 62 out of 100.

/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 12/15 Points

You would pay $5 per betting client per week if you signed up with priceperplayer.com. That is among the lowest weekly fees that you would have to face if you started a pay per head sportsbook. With that, of course, you get a lower level of quality in terms of sportsbook offering and horse racing access. However, the prop builder allows for creativity when it comes to setting up wagers that goes beyond what some of the other value platforms offer to agents.

Promos 5/10 Points

If you are willing to give priceperplayer.com two weeks, they will offer you a free trial. There are other pay per head sportsbook platforms that offer longer trial periods, some up to six weeks, but there are others that do not offer a trial period at all, so this is right in the middle. There are also no minimums, which means that you could have a business with just one bettor and set up an account here.

Agent Admin 10/15 Points

The reporting on priceperplayer.com is just as basic as some of the other features in this pph sportsbook platform. You get weekly and daily activity reports, as well as data that you can break down by sport, by event, and by client, to allow you track performance in a number of areas. You will need to track clients as far as betting activity if you sign up with this platform, because they do not sort out active versus inactive clients when it comes to billing for weekly fees. That can be the most time-consuming part of managing an online sportsbook, to ensure that you are not paying each week for dead weight.

Sportsbook 10/15 Points

It appears that priceperplayer.com offers the basics when it comes to sports options. You can find wagers for college and pro football and basketball, along with baseball, soccer and hockey. That will allow your sports betting clients to have enough options for a basic experience. Given the price point that priceperplayer.com offers to sportsbook owners, this is adequate. However, if you can afford slightly more per client, then you will have access to more offerings for your betting clientele.

Casino 6/10 Points

You can offer your betting clients poker, roulette, slots, blackjack and other basic casino gaming options if you set up your website on priceperplayer.com. There are also options to provide live dealer games, and the more casino options you have, the more chances you have to make back your losses in cases when sporting events end up costing you money because of a late swing.

Horses 2/5 Points

Like many of the other value oriented price per head sportsbook platforms, priceperplayer.com offers horse racing wagers. It is not clear how many tracks the website offers access to with respect to betting, so that is a question you will want to ask the sales representative. The more of your betting clients are interested in deep dives into horse racing, the more tracks you will want access to as a pph sportsbook owner.

Call Center 3/10 Points

You can email the support team at [email protected] After taking a spin through the website, I was unable to track down a phone number for support. That is a major problem when it comes to reaching someone for help immediately. When you have a need to get assistance right away, waiting for a response to an email can be excruciating. Adding live chat and a phone number would make this service more competitive in the industry.

Payment Methods 3/5 Points

Priceperplayer.com stands apart from many of the other pay per head sportsbook platforms out there in that they take PayPal as a form of payment. They also accept MoneyGram, Bitcoin and others. To find out about other specific methods of payment, you can reach out to their customer service department.

Mobile Friendliness 11/15 Points

When you go to the smartphone and tablet interfaces of priceperplayer.com, the look and usability of the site is comparable to that of some of the other value-oriented pay per head sportsbook platforms. The text is sized and colored correctly to maximize readability, although you will do better with the report forms on a tablet, simply because of the larger screen size.