We May See Online Sports Betting in North Carolina Soon

We May See Online Sports Betting in North Carolina Soon

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All states across the US still do not offer sports betting, mobile sports betting specifically. Some states have a strong stance against sports betting, while some have legislation pending. Some states, like North Carolina, will probably be closer to seeing sports betting in their states. And if things go well in the upcoming legislative session, we may see online sports betting in North Carolina soon. And hopefully soon enough, as the market is quickly growing with many learning how to own a sportsbook. Any pay per head bookie can tell you how easy and affordable it is to open your own sportsbook. And they will also tell you just how profitable online sports betting is. After all, you are bringing the product straight to your players’ devices. There are no…
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More US Midwest States That Will Open Up to Sports Betting

More US Midwest States That Will Open Up to Sports Betting

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Given the success of the sports betting industry, its nor surprising that more US states would want to get their hands on possible revenue from taxes on sports betting. In the latest gambling news, we have more US Midwest states that will open up to sports betting: Oklahoma, and Alabama. US Midwest States That Will Open Up to Sports Betting: Oklahoma Rep. Ken Luttrell filed House Bill 3008, which aims to bring retail, or in-person sports betting to the tribal gaming compact. With neighboring states like New Mexico, Arkansas and Colorado allowing sports betting, Oklahoma should join these states as well. According to research, the state could probably generate $240 million in revenue for the state. Of course, those who are learning how to become a bookie will still have…
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Iowa Bookie Market Hits All-Time Record

Iowa Bookie Market Hits All-Time Record

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The Iowa bookie market has a lot to celebrate for September. The state records its all-time highest monthly sports betting handle at $210.4 million. Those who are planning on becoming a bookie should keep track of these trends, since market behavior generally affects sportsbooks similarly throughout the year. According to the data released by the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission, the $210.4 million handle for September is 94.1% higher than that of August. The August handle is at $1008.4 million. Even more, the September handle is also 190.7% higher than September 2020’s handle of $72.4 million. With almost 200% year on year growth, Iowa is truly marking itself as a prominent betting market in the country. Iowa Bookie Market Much like what you will see in bookie software, football dominates…
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New Hampshire Sportsbook Handle Dips Again in July

New Hampshire Sportsbook Handle Dips Again in July

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This is the fourth consecutive month that the New Hampshire sportsbook handle drops. Of course, this is a challenge that a lot of sportsbooks, even per head sportsbook operators face. Especially this time of the year as summer tends to be very quiet in terms of sports activity. Let’s take a look at the numbers for New Hampshire for July. For those who want to become a bookie, do not feel dismayed by the paltry numbers as there are a lot of reasons why a sportsbook will be having problems. And considering that this is a state-wide issue, its mostly due to unavailability of betting options. In fact, states like New Jersey, which is a large betting market, also has a dip in sports betting handle. New Hampshire Sportsbook Numbers…
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Sweet Sports Betting in Alabama

Sweet Sports Betting in Alabama

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Finally, sports betting is back in the discussions in Alabama. The senate has now approved legislation that will allow the lottery and sports betting in Alabama. This legislation will allow constitutional amendment to allow gambling. The state will be then allowed to create a state lottery, as well as have 9 casinos and sportsbooks in the state. These are services that many can find in an easy bookie pay per head, so locals are optimistic to see this in Alabama. This bill will now go to the House of Representatives. If you are wanting to learn how to be a bookie the fast and easy way, there are really good sportsbook software providers that have a solution for your needs. With online sports betting becoming more and more popular, having…
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Online Super Bowl Betting Handle Soars

Online Super Bowl Betting Handle Soars

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In the US, sports betting is legal in about 20 states, plus the District of Columbia. And even if the Super Bowl is happening during a pandemic, betting on the Super Bowl has not slowed down. In fact, online Super Bowl betting has gone up compared to the previous year. New Jersey, for instance, doubles its Super Bowl betting handle this year. As we always advise our would-be bookies, learning how to be an online bookie is very profitable, especially now. Many PayPerHead providers have had a busy weekend, due to the sheer volume of wagers placed over the weekend, and the weeks leading up to it. New Jersey’s handle has doubled, with $117.4 million, or 116% higher than 2020’s $54.3 million. Many bookies are also enjoying high traffic in…
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Colorado Still Moving to Launch Sports Betting in May

Colorado Still Moving to Launch Sports Betting in May

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The pay per head bookie business may not be as active it normally is, but sports betting and gambling is still pretty popular. The action may have shifted from the top pro sports leagues to obscure international sports and election wagers. Some have gone for casino games. But one thing is certain: the sports industry will bounce back. And when it does, so will sports betting. This is why we find Colorado still moving to launch sports betting in May. Regulators in Colorado are still set on launching sports betting in the state on May 1. The Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission held a meeting, and they are still on schedule to continue with their launch as planned. Colorado Still Moving to Launch As for the licensed operators, some are…
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NBA MVP Predictions: Who Will You Bet On?

NBA MVP Predictions: Who Will You Bet On?

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The futures betting lines for the NBA gains more attention every day. As we are in the second week of the regular season, wagers on who will win the championship, and who will be the MVP are two of the most popular betting options we see in our bookie software. So who will win the Maurice Podoloff trophy? Check out our NBA MVP Predictions to get an idea on what the odds are for the top stars in the NBA. NBA MVP Selection Before we move on to the odds, its important to know exactly how the MVP award is decided on. The award will actually not come from scores and stats (although it will be a big factor, of course). The people who will get to vote on this…
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Who Are The Favorites for the NBA Championship?

Who Are The Favorites for the NBA Championship?

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The NBA is getting a lot of attention the past few weeks, for different reasons. But one of the top discussed subjects, especially for sports betting fans, are the chances of their favorite teams to get into the NBA Championship. Back in May, the Golden State Warriors were the top favorite in most sportsbooks at +175, which is around a 36% chance they will win the season. Even the New York Knicks had high odds at +1,600, tied at 6th best title odds with the Clippers. But what you have seen in the previous months are drastically different. If you take a look at your official NBA bookie odds, you will see what we mean. But why are the numbers so different? NBA Championship Favorites We at Easy Pay Per…
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