Pay per Head Pioneer IDSca First to Offer Live Betting

Last year IDSca partnered with SportRadar, an international company renowned for its two products, BetRadar and ScoreRadar. SportRadar is the world’s leading supplier of sports related live data, odds solutions for live betting to bookmakers, media companies, sports federations and government agencies. BetRadar provides live betting odds for thousands of matches and games. With 21…

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Pay per Head: Twelvetrees to make England debut

True Live Betting fans that bet on rugby with a pay per head sportsbook can’t wait, as on Saturday, Billy Twelvetrees will make his England debut in the Six Nations opener against Scotland. Price per head sportsbooks found out that the Gloucester  centre, 24-years-old, will replace Manusamoa Tuilagi, who misses the Twickenham match due to…

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Pay per Head: McDermott praises Reading

Brian McDermott and many True Live Betting fans using a pay per head sportsbook following Reading praised the team’s ability to get out of trouble following their 2-2 draw with Chelsea. True Live Betting fans saw that Reading got a result for the third consecutive Premier League match – a run which gave them seven…

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Pay Per Head Use Shows Canadians want Single Sports Betting

By the time the Canadian senate returns to debate to pass Bill C-290, which would legalized single sports betting in Canada, the Super Bowl will be over. Canada will have missed the opportunity to take in millions in revenue from the biggest betting day of the year, but price per head agents won’t have lost….

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Live Betting Services: Sports Betting Hall of Fame

The United States has all eyes on the current battle for sports wagering which pits New Jersey against the 4 professional sports leagues and the NCAA, especially now that the feds have joined in. Sure, every person that can read an internet newspaper knows about it, but how many know about some of sports betting’s…

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Pay Per Head Sportsbook: Hayes Wants to Fight Klitschko

The name Vitali Klitschko has long garnered attention at price per head sportsbooks, and this time it may not be about an upcoming fight. Vitali Klitschko is the reigning WBC heavyweight champion, but boxing is not his only passion. He is the leader of the political party UDAR (Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform) of Vitaliy…

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Pay per Head: The 1919 World Series Scandal

Pay per head shops know that betting scandals have been a world-wide occurrence, but in today’s overly analyzed and monitored world, it’s hard to imagine that anyone could manage to convince the majority of a team to throw a game. Still, such an event did occur in 1919, when the Chicago White Sox and Cincinnati…

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Price per Head: Calculating Parlays

Parlays are a common bet at price per head sportsbook, especially with baseball. Customers may wonder how a parlay is calculated with money lines other than the standard 10 cents for live betting. If the price per head money line is minus (the favourite), take 100 and divide by the money line and add 1….

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Live Betting Service – Tim Donaghy, Back in the Spotlight

Live betting services supposedly are a thing of the past for Tim Donaghy, but according to a website, Donaghy is still helping other gamblers. The ex-NBA referee has been doing game analysis and spread analysis for the website sportsconnectionwins.com, run by sports handicapper in known as “Danny B,” in Allentown who uses the information to…

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Price Per Head Gambling: Recent Embezzlement News

Ever since New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced that he was planning on ushering through sports betting that would allow everyone a chance at a fair price per head, critics have been going above and beyond to try to prevent any pay per head sportsbook One noticeable change since last month’s announcement has been the…

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Family Groups going up against Pay per Head Internet Gambling

Ever since the U.S. Justice Department ruled in December that in-state online bets not involving sports teams do not violate federal law cash-strapped state governments have started to try to legalize Internet gambling as fast as possible. However, family groups from 13 states are now trying to stop any chance for internet gambling and hope…

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