Updated Live Betting Rules for the IOC

Since 2006, the IOC’s Code of Ethics has forbid all participants in the Olympic Games from live betting on all Olympic events. The recent changes passed for Sochi build on those that were in place for London 2012, but will take into account existing regulations for International Federations in an attempt to harmonize the approach…

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Offshore and Price per Head Shops over Las Vegas

What will the odds be for another Super Bowl blackout? LVH book director Jay Kornegay said, “We have to stay on the field of play,” Kornegay said. “But I’m pretty sure that some of the offshore books will have that bet next year.” (And the price per head sportsbooks too.) Las Vegas may be the…

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Price per Head: Robinho confident in Balotelli

AC Milan attacker Robinho and many True Live Betting fans using a price per head sportsbook believe that Mario Balotelli will be able to be successful with the club and help them move in the proper direction. Pay per head sportsbooks learned that the Italy international player will go through a medical at the San…

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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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Price Per Head: Manitoba Now Offering Online Lottery, Casino and Sports

Price per head companies have a bit more competition now as the Canadian province Manitoba has joined British Columbia and Quebec in the online gaming offering. Playnow.com became the first provincially operated casino website in 2010. The site offers the same types of casino games as pay per head sportsbooks, and multi-pick sports wagers, as…

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Price Per Head: Politics vs Online Gambling

There’s no debate as to which price per head company offers more to its clients, but there is always a debate in politics. With just over one month until the Presidential elections, debates are heating up over who will get the congressional seats, and Richard Tisei against current United States Representative for Massachusetts’s 6th congressional…

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Pay Per Head: Canadian School to Join NCAA Division II

Pay per head site normally don’t offer Division II NCAA football games, but this news is just to good to ignore. Come September, a Canadian University may be part of the NCAA. Next Thursday a vote from the Division II President’s Council and Simon Fraser University, located in Burnaby, British Columbia, could be playing games…

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Price Per Head Sportsbooks Don’t Want Zynga Gambling

Price per head sportsbooks have long been fans of Facebook, but lately, even pay per head sites have seen the change: apparently we’re just not into Facebook and Zynga anymore. (They must have failed to get my notice years ago when after one day of Farmville, I vowed to never bother opening another of their…

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William Hill in Nevada Gives Hope to Price Per Head Sportsbooks

Britain’s biggest sportsbooks will soon be the driving force in Nevada, and price per head sportsbooks have taken notice, but this isn’t the first country they have set their sites on. Currently William Hill operates in 7 countries including Spain, Italy and Bulgaria. With over 15,000 employees worldwide, it will be interesting to see what…

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