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Player Props Boost NFL Playoff Action

By all accounts, this season’s playoffs and Super Bowl should break wagering action records. BossAction pay per head agents can boost action by adding a Premium Props digital platform. Check out more information on expectations and why every pay per head agent requires the prime player props platform.

Last spring and summer, the Coronavirus pandemic sent shock waves through the sports world. Even the National Football League, the United States’ most popular league, wasn’t immune. 

The NFL had their annual April draft online. Last July, the league canceled the NFL Preseason. Some questioned whether the football league could pull off a 2020-2021 season. In the first full week of 2021, though, the National Football League has shown that it’s one of the most resilient sports organizations on the planet. 

Although the NFL has had its fair share of pandemic bumps in the road, the league didn’t cancel a single regular-season game.

The National Football League has shown other American sports leagues the correct way to run a season amid a pandemic. Granted, the NFL has a couple of advantages that other institutions don’t. Teams play just sixteen games, as an example. Still, the NFL put any doubts to rest.

As we head to the playoffs, BossAction agents can add a pay per head software platform that should help them increase action by at least 15%. Depending on their client base, some bookmakers could see a 30% or more rise in betting activity. Before getting into how the Premium Props platform can boost action, let’s look at the factors that should make every agent that uses sportsbook software bullish about the 2021 NFL Playoffs.   

NFL Playoff player props betting action should rise this season

Many industries suffered during the pandemic. The bookmaking industry is one that flourished. Bookmaking organizations saw a 92% rise in action from August 2019 to August 2020. 

The rise included no football games because the NFL went right to the regular season. In a typical year, American football, mostly the NFL, accounts for $100 billion in action worldwide. 

Once the gambling industry releases 2020 numbers, we could see a significant bump in that number. The NFL Playoffs will break postseason professional football wagering records. Players continue to stay at home. Even though teams can have only a limited number of people in stadiums, players will bet on their favorite teams against the spread, on the moneyline, and over or under game totals.

Super Bowl LV is almost guaranteed to break wagering records

As with the NFL Playoffs, bookies should see a massive rise in action on Super Bowl LV. The game happens on February 7, and based on playoff entrants, two of the most popular teams in the league will battle for the Vince Lombardi trophy.     

Often, the Super Bowl produces more than $6 billion in handle. That number figures to increase significantly. The 2020 Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers showed a 15% rise in action from the 2019 Super Bowl.

The NFL Playoff field is full of popular teams. The Kansas City Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers, New Orleans Saints, and Green Bay Packers all made the playoffs. Even squads like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baltimore Ravens, and Seattle Seahawks have their fans.

One of the reasons for so much giddiness regarding this year’s Super Bowl is because the matchup should be fantastic. All teams listed above show future hall of fame quarterbacks under center. 

One of the most popular sports stars in the U.S., Patrick Mahomes, leads the defending champion Chiefs. Drew Brees, a holder of six NFL records, leads the Saints. Aaron Rodgers, the likely NFL MVP, sits under center for the Green Bay Packers. 

Big Ben Roethlisberger leads the Steelers. The great Tom Brady, who can put six Super Bowl rings on his fingers, leads the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

Prime Props adds another way for bookmakers to increase action

At BossAction, we’re always looking for ways to help our pay per head clients make more money. We understand that the more money our agents make, the more money we make.

The only way for agents to make more money is to increase betting action. Sportsbook software providers that have adopted those digital platforms have seen action rise.

Recently, we released both a Premium Casino and Premium Live Dealer platform. The prime live dealer has more blackjack tables. The Premium Casino offers the latest 3D games. 

In time for the NFL Playoffs, BossAction has released the Premium Player Props platform. Player Props allows you to offer bets on player performance. 

In the age of social media, players don’t just back their favorite teams with wagering dollars. They also want to bet on their favorite players. 

Is one of your players a LeBron James fan? Now, that player can bet on how many points, rebounds, and assists LeBron accrues in a single game. 

Got a player who loves Tom Brady? The player can wager on how many yards and touchdowns Terrific Tom throws against the Washington Football Team.

The Props Platform’s best part is that sports options don’t end with the NFL, MLB, and NBA. Prime props will offer options on individual performance for golfers like Tiger Woods or NASCAR drivers like Kevin Harvick.

Become a BossAction pay per head agent and increase action

If you haven’t yet, bookies should consider importing players to BossAction. By doing so, you can utilize the only online payment and collection system in the industry, the Agent Payment Solution

You can also add prime platforms to increase action. Right now, we’re offering a $3 per head until Super Bowl LV promotion. The promotion includes the Agent Payment Solution and all prime platforms, including Premium Props and Live+, our in-game platform where your players can check stats via game trackers and watch games via video streams. If anything, sign-up to discover how BossAction can help you increase action and make more money. 

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