New York, NY, July 29, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- A new website dedicated to Pay Per Head business has been launched today and can be found at http://payperheadreview.com/. It is the first and only site reviewing and comparing pph outsourcing providers.
Created by an experienced bookie Thomas N., a.k.a. Big Tom, a.k.a. Pay per Head Advocate, the website is an excellent resource for bookmaking agents around the world looking for an offshore sportsbook solution for their customers.
The Pay Per Head industry provides local gaming agents with sportsbook software in order to reduce their legal exposure and supply their customers with 24/7 wagering and customer support availability. Most PPH service providers are located in Costa Rica and other offshore territories where gambling and online gambling is not only a legal, but also licensed and regulated.
Thomas, in his own words, has tried virtually every pay per head shop in existence and experienced some bad service and financial losses in the past, which encouraged him to create this website to be able to share his knowledge and give quality information to the visitors.
PayPerHeadReview is well organized and laid out, and currently features ten leading pph providers with over twenty more about to be added within the next month, as the website is being constantly updated. Each review is interesting, informative and usually entertaining; it offers point system giving an average score based on cost, service, software and reputation. There is also a blog where anybody can leave a comment or post their own reviews with ratings.
"I am constantly working on the website, adding new reviews and improving the design", says Thomas, the site owner. "I’ve been in the gambling industry long enough to consider myself an expert, and my advice to every starting and professional bookmaker would be: Stay out of trouble, take your business offshore. But I know it’s not easy to select a good pay per head provider out of the many offerings available today. Hopefully, my insight will ease your decision making; and hey, don’t hesitate to add your own reviews! After all, everybody has different experience, and my desire is to keep the score as fair as possible."