It’s not unusual to find pay-per-head websites featuring a few tech/site design problems popping up occasionally here and there, but, WagerHome’s incomplete home page -as last assessed at the very moment of creating this review- truly surprised us. We even wondered if the site owners even realized the error before releasing the site online. In any case, this odd home-page mishap resulted in something of a premonition for us, in terms of WagerHome’s actual products and service: Overall, a half-baked PPH experience.

Overall, we gave Wagerhome.com a 55 out of 100. It’s hard to figure out why this is not one of the low value pay per head sports betting platforms, given that there is such little information available about their offerings available. If they go back and finish filling out their website, so that you know what all is available, then the pricing structure might make some sense!

At $9/$12 per active betting client per week, you should get premium level offerings for all of the features, and it’s not clear that you do.

/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 7/15 Points

There is a two-tiered pricing system. At $9 per active betting client per week, you get all of the features of the website except for live in-game betting. If you want to offer that feature to your clients as well, the fee goes up to $12. This might be worthwhile to you, if you want to offer live props. If you do this, you will see your income go up, and if you think you can recoup your costs, then this is definitely something to consider.

Promos 8/10 Points

Most of the price per head sportsbook platforms offer free trial periods ranging from two to six weeks. The fact that Wagerhome.com offers a one-month free trial period is generous, as that provides a full four weeks to determine if this is the platform that will work for you and your bettors.

Agent Admin 9/15 Points

The photos of the interfaces for the agent to use are impressive, and given the length of the free trial period, you will have plenty of time to figure out whether they work for you. The listing of features is not very specific, but at this price point, you should definitely be able to run agent and subagent reports, print daily and weekly activity reports and manage your individual bettors’ accounts 24/7. You should also be able to adjust sports betting lines and point spreads in real-time, around the clock.

Sportsbook 6/15 Points

At this price point, you would expect a price per head sportsbook platform to have information on its website about the leagues that you can offer action on, but Wagerhome.com is not a particularly informative site at this point in time. Given how much they are charging, you should expect to have availability for NHL, MLS, European first division soccer, college and pro basketball and football, Major League Baseball, UFC/MMA, rugby, tennis, golf, and perhaps even cricket. You’ll want to ask the sales staff about this.

Casino 4/10 Points

You definitely want a pph sportsbook platform that offers a strong casino presence, to keep your betting clients actively engaged as well as to ensure that you have enough revenue coming in. The more time clients spend on your platform, the stronger your client connection will be – and the better the word of mouth will be. Wagerhome.com does not provide much information about their casino offerings. At this price point, you should have access to live and virtual casino, with a wide variety of games for your betting clients to play.

Horses 2/5 Points

Wagerhome.com is conspicuously silent about the number of horse tracks that they offer access to. Given their price point, I would expect to be able to put action down on at least 75 tracks across North America, and it would be nice if they also offered action on some of the Asian tracks that give points toward qualification for the Kentucky Derby. This is something you would want to sort out with their sales staff if you call for more information about using their pay per head sportsbook platform.

Call Center 8/10 Points

You and your betting clients can reach support at Wagerhome.com at 877-722-0984. The phone line is available 24/7, and the live chat is also robust. It is important to be able to reach support personnel around the clock, given the fact that the betting market is a global one, and that people often place their wagers well outside what one might consider traditional office hours.

Payment Methods 3/5 Points

Wagerhome.com currently accepts several different cryptocurrencies, along with a cashier’s check, money orders, bank wire and MoneyGram. For those looking to deal in prepaid debit cards or credit cards, you might look for a different pph sportsbook platform. Credit cards and debit cards tend to come with higher fees for users, though, so you are trading off convenience here for value – plus you can’t charge yourself into oblivion if your sportsbook does not take credit cards. There are other platforms that offer more flexibility, though.

Mobile Friendliness 8/15 Points

When you visit the Wagerhome.com website from a smartphone or tablet, the text is easy to read, and the site is easy to navigate. There is not a lot of information on the website, but what is there is accessible. You definitely want to deal with a mobile-optimized pay per head sports betting platform, because your clients will expect to be able to run their betting from their smartphone or tablet, and you will not want to have to sit down at a computer to do your administrative tasks.