It saddens us to say, but SportsPerHead.com disappointed us nearly in EVERY respect.

Please believe us when we tell you that, ‘letting us down’ is not something that can be easily done. After all, we spend most of our time checking out every pay per head service and software developer out there, and we’ve seen just about everything that’s ever been done in this particular business, good and bad; SportsPerHead.com falls in the latter category.

Starting from its antiquated look, the excess of superfluous claims and shameless use of click-baity keywords, SportsPerHead.com cannot render itself as a serious pay per head venture by any credible account, and a gigantic ‘grain of salt’ will not suffice to make it any more acceptable or agreeable

Nearly all the contents posted to SportsPerHead’s websites are “filler” relating to popular pay per head searches from Google, hinting at classic/typical questions asked by people looking to enter the bookmaking business.

Does it answer any of the said questions? – No, and even much worse than that, it doesn’t even say anything concrete about itself. You won’t find out anything about costs, nor its features, reporting or bookmaking options… Gee, even the supposed LIVE chat button on the lower-right corner is nothing more but an image intended to fool potential buyers into believing they have a support frame.

Though there clearly isn’t much to say at all about SportsPerHead, our job’s description demanded that we gave it a fair review, and so we have: Upsetting to a point of near-depression, DrPayPerHead has awarded SportsPerHead.com with a 19 score, aka “Enter at your Own Peril.”

/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 1/15 Points

We do often stumble upon websites of pay per head sites that don’t outwardly state what their associated running costs are, but we’ve found that in most such cases this is simply because they offer different packages for varying types of pph agents. SportsPerHead.com says NOTHING at all, but it seemed to us their reason for wanting to keep their price a secret is that they could modify it to fit whatever their potential clients can afford, or to raise it ad hoc if the bookie isn’t “wise” enough. Not cool!

Promos 1/10 Points

Promotions? – What is that?
You will not be finding anything much in terms of promotional programs – of any kind – aimed at potential customers. There’s nothing about test runs, or package pricing specials, nor additional “bonus” features for players… Nothing but fluff and self-praise.

Agent Admin 2/15 Points

These days, “bookie” hopefuls look to get their hands on the PPH platform that provides them with detailed, easy-to-use, mobile-friendly management tools, including reporting and player profiling tools that can help them keep closer control on their customer base. You won’t find anything much about agent admit tools at SportsPerHead, they just expect you to call them, get set up and take them as they come. Sounds clearly legit. ** sarcasm **

Sportsbook 3/15 Points

“An extensive selection of international sporting events” – That is ALL that SportsPerHead has to say about its odds offer for sports betting fans. Asian Handicap odds, European-style odds, or live-betting options? Not a clue, but we suspect that is precisely what SportsPerHead intended to do: Keep us all wrapped around their tiny little finger with hyperbolous assertions, just long enough to make us sign up. Nice Touch!

Casino 2/10 Points

There are two single mentions of “casino” spread throughout SportsPerHead.com’s homepage, though they stand mostly alone. We don’t know anything about the game providers, or the number of virtual games available, or whether they even have Live casino games at all.

As you will hear it nowadays in the news a lot: “It’s all a bit Nebulous” when it comes to SportsPerHead.

Horses 2/5 Points

“200 National & International Horse Tracks” – Sounds as unclear and ‘run of the mill’ as it gets; 200 is just about as expected-a-number of horse-racing tracks as you could come to expect from the most boring and mediocre book-making service providers.

If by chance, you happen to be one of those fool-hardy, maverick-type of a bookie entrepreneurs, and ultimately decide to give SportsPerHead a shot, please get back to us with whatever information you’re able to collect about their horse-racing features; we have a feeling we know just how ‘disappointing’ they will be.

Call Center 2/10 Points

Call Center? Sure… Try 888-684-9666 if you so dare; don’t try to click on the Live Chat window to receive some of that advertised “24/7” support. It won’t work.

Maybe they have a live-chat feature that works for ‘active’ agents alone, but we didn’t feel like registering in order to find out.

Payment Methods 1/5 Points

And in a similar fashion to just about everything else about SportsPerHead’s services, you won’t be able to discover any information in regards to their transactional framework. We tried looking at all the usual places for more details about their based-out-of location, but their About Page is filed up (head to bottom) with nothing else but… You guessed it! PPH fluff.

Mobile Friendliness 5/15 Points

“A platform that is mobile and tablet-optimized” is that SportsPeadHead says in regards to the ‘mobile friendliness’ of its pay per head applications. Are they talking about ‘player management’ tools? Their sports-betting application? The reporting tools? – We don’t know, but we assumed it’s the whole thing, and thus, we’ve given them 5 miserly points for commiseration’s sake.