Bookie SoftwareOne area where serious sports investors can really get tangled out on a limb is with bookie software. Typically sold over the web, this software can allow an investor the opportunity to run their own sports book. There are both amateur and professional levels of bookie software available, so it depends on the desired use as to which will be the most appropriate for your needs.
Amateur or 'backyard bookie' software is readily available for quite reasonable sums. Typically marketed toward individuals or charities, this software is designed to let punters put on a real show for their guests or donors. The software typically targets a large event, like Wimbledon or the Kentucky Derby, aiming for the kinds of events where themed parties are likely to be held. The bookie software plugs in to the real-time statistics of the event, but lets the groups place their own bets and do payouts without going through a traditional bookmaker. Winnings are based on what has been bet, so that the system is self-funding. Typically, whoever is running the software can set the vigorish level, and for charity events this vigorish plays the role of the fundraiser. A serious sports investor can have a turn at playing from the other side of the table whilst doing some good with this kind of a system.
Professional bookie software, on the other hand, can be much more complicated. Typically, these systems are targeted toward those who may wish to start up their own gambling operations. This can be offshore or onshore. Depending on the use and modifications of the bookie software, it may require a license from the Gambling Commission.
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