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PricePerPlayer.com Enters Agreement to Partner with Bwager.com

 

PricePerPlayer.com Enters Agreement to Partner with Bwager.comSan Jose, Costa Rica – Software Development and pay per head service provider, PricePerPlayer.com just entered a partnership deal with Bwager.com, a sports betting development company based out of the Philippines with branches in Costa Rica and Panama.

The partnership was created so that PricePerPlayer would be able to offer a wider array of gambling software platforms and security measures while Bwager.com would now be able to offer Sportsbook Pay Per head services to its clients.

Some of the main details of this partnership include PricePerPlayer.com acquiring 35% ownership of Bwager.com, full access to its current gambling platforms and joint project development.  Bwager.com in exchange will receive full access and development rights to the PricePerPlayer pay per head software technology.

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Pennsylvania Gambling Bill Passes the House

 

Pennsylvania Gambling Bill Passes the HouseBig news for the gambling industry in Pennsylvania, the biggest gambling expansion bill in Pennsylvania has just passed the Pennsylvania House of Representative with a 109-72 vote.

The new bill which will expand casino-style gambling to truck stops, online portals, airports and to also 10 new mini casino will now be sent to Governor Tom Wolf who will evaluate and make a decision on this new gambling legislation.

This bill has been two years in the making and if Governor Wolf, signs it, it would mean a new era of gambling in Pennsylvania.  This means that Pennsylvania would become the first state to legalize both online casinos and lottery games.

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Virtual Sports Betting Expanding into the US

Virtual Sports Betting Expanding into the USVirtual sports betting games has been in the European market for over a decade and in Africa, Virtual sports betting has begun to gain a foothold as a crowd favorite.  This year, the United States will begin rolling out this new fun game that is a mix between a casino game and a sports betting game.

Several European based gambling companies will be bringing virtual sports betting to the US in hope that it performs even better in U.S. based casinos and sportsbooks. 

Currently, virtual sports betting makes up for roughly 20% of the revenue of its betting shops and has a proven track record as a winner.

Even though virtual sports betting is considered a “filler” type of sports betting game because it allows people to bet on sports in–between sporting event and races. 

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Most Californians Support Online Gambling

Californians Support Online Gambling April 28 2014 - Most California voters would like to see the state tax and legalize Internet poker, according to a Poll released today.

Among all age groups, 53 percent of voters support the idea, the poll says, while 41 percent oppose it. Among voters under age 40, however, support grows to 73 percent.

The Legislature has been discussing proposals to make online gambling legal in California for the past two years. The bills stalled as various gambling interests fought over who would be able to profit from the endeavor.

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Asian Handicap Style Betting is the Future of Betting in America

Asian Handicap Style Betting is the Future of Betting in AmericaEvolution is what makes us stronger and better.  It is evident in all aspects of our daily lives and sports betting, is no exception as can be seen with the increased popularity of Asian Handicap in America. 

Sports bettors are becoming smarter and more informed about betting and they are always looking for that one thing that will give them the winning edge when they place a bet. 

This has in turn led to more people adopting Asian Handicap which is also known as Asian betting and Asian handicap betting style. Look out America because Asian Handicap is the next evolution in sports betting!

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PricePerPlayer.com Rebrands itself with a New Website and Logo

PricePerPlayer.com Rebrands itself with a New Website and LogoSan Jose, Costa Rica – PricePerPlayer, a software Development and pay per head service provider is pleased to announce the launch of their new website.  The launch of the new website is part of their new rebranding strategy to showcase the many new aspects and services of their company.

The newly redesigned website is built on a different content management system to provide the best-possible user experience for its visitors and clients.

It will offer visitors in-depth information about their software’s latest features with detailed information about their various gambling platforms, products and pay per head services.

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Study Reveals that Sports Betting Would Increase TV Revenues

Study Reveals that Sports Betting Would Increase TV RevenuesThe American Gaming Association is doing everything it can to support sports betting and their latest study has shown that TV networks should seriously consider advertising sports betting.  The survey began with 1,500 Americans who were old enough to bet on sports and 500 of them were regular bettor.

The survey showed that the sports bettor usually watched 19 more games per season than the ones that did not bet on sports. This means that even though sports bettors make up only 25% of the NFL audience, they make up almost 50% of all of the watched NFL games during the regular season.

These numbers are certainly to have an impact on the thinking of television network companies as it would increase the NFL viewing by 36% which is a jump from 40 million to 57 million viewers.

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