Fully Managed Sportsbook Betting And Gaming Platform For Entrepreneurs Launched

A new sports gaming business opportunity has been launched by The Free Sportsbook. Entrepreneurs can sign up for a fully managed site and system, and profit when players register and play.

Denton, United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

The Free Sportsbook has launched a new service for entrepreneurs looking to earn passive income working from home. It’s a scaleable opportunity that allows anyone to build their own sports betting platform using a ready-made, “done for you” system.

More information can be found at: https://thefreesportsbook.com/?atid=1192

The site explains that the sportsbook system has been designed from the ground up to help more entrepreneurs succeed. The program has been tailored to ensure that players have better chances of winning, and win more cash and prizes than other options available online.

One of the main selling points for users is that it’s completely free to play. Players just have to save up Action Bucks, which can be earned through watching sponsor videos and answering quizzes.

They can also earn these tokens by playing poker games, blackjack games, baccarat games, and H-Pop. Once they have enough tokens, they can enter the sportsbook contests.

For the sportsbook owner, there is no hassle because The Free Sportsbook manages and maintains the system for every client. The team hosts the sportsbook, maintains it, and provides all the prices. They even set up all the contests, reward all the winners and pay all the expenses.

That means entrepreneurs don’t have to worry about anything except driving leads and getting people to play. The team emphasizes that with sufficient traffic, there is scope to break records for Grand Prizes and Prize Pools.

The Free Sportsbook team states: “Players put absolutely no money down, and really do play for free. They will play longer and bet more at your sportsbook, because it’s free – and you get a percentage of all the action.”

Players are able to play for free 24/7, anywhere they have an internet connection. That makes it a highly enticing option, and means it’s an easy prospect for entrepreneurs to sell.

Two different membership packages are available for clients. Entrepreneurs then just have to focus on driving traffic to their sportsbook. With 1,000 players, clients can average over $56k annually.

Full details of the new program can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Kurt Stockhausen
Email: Send Email
Organization: The Free Sportsbook
Address: 821 Dixon Lane , Denton, TX 76207, United States
Website: https://thefreesportsbook.com/?atid=1192

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952654

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