Betting Rules

The following specific rules govern the customer’s use of all interactive sports betting products and services offered on the website or the mobile portals.

 

They form part of the Operator's General Term & Conditions, which apply to all the interactive and wagering products and services the Operator offers to individuals who register for or are holders of a betting account (the “End User”) with the Operator.

 

To the extent there is any inconsistency between the General Terms and Conditions and any of these Sports Betting Rules, the General Terms and Conditions shall prevail.

 

The reference language of the present betting rules is English. In spite of the care brought to our translations, in the case of any discrepancy between the meanings of any translated versions of these betting rules and the English language version, the meaning of the English language version shall prevail.

 

 

1. General Betting Rules
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1.1 General

 

1.1.1 All Betting Information supplied by the Company is done so in good faith. However, the Company cannot accept liability for any errors or omissions in respect to dates, times, venues, competitors, odds, results, statistics, or other Betting Information. The Company holds its prerogative to amend any apparent mistakes and shall undertake all equitable measures to ascertain that markets are managed with righteousness and clarity. The Company holds its prerogative to have the final decision.

 

1.1.2 If an Event, which is defined as organized sports match or event between two teams or between individuals, begins ahead of the scheduled time then only bets placed before the start of the Event will be considered valid (this excludes specified live betting). The Company reserves its right to render void all bets placed after the actual start time in the case where a Market is not closed or suspended at the correct time (this excludes specified live betting).

 

1.1.3 If there appears to be an inconsistency between the English and the non-English names used for the events displayed on the website, the English version will be taken as reference.

 

1.1.4 It’s the customer’s sole responsibility to be aware of the match score and all information regarding the event at all times. It is highly recommended that the customer verifies the status of the match before placing a bet.

 

1.1.5 It is the Company’s reserved right to amend these Rules at any point in time for any reason(s). Any such change will be considered binding, and effective in the very instant it has been published on the website.

 

1.1.6 The customer recognizes the fact that all data displayed on the website may be subject to time delay or may be inaccurate and placing bets based on such data is completely at the customer’s own risk. No warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of such data is provided by the Company, and the Company accepts no responsibility for any loss (direct or indirect) suffered by the customer as a result of activity based on it.

 

1.2 Abandonment and Postponements

 

1.2.1 If an event does not start or finish according to its scheduled date for both occasions previously announced in the specific sports rules, then all bets will be void, except for those on Markets that have unconditionally been determined.

 

1.2.2. If an event starts according to its scheduled date and time but is subsequently abandoned, and is not completed within the previously defined time frame, only bets considered valid will be the ones on markets that have been unconditionally determined, while the rest will be rendered void.

 

1.2.3. If an Event does not finish within its prescribed timeframe according to the specific sports rules, or the official result is declared or a result is declared by the relevant sports body governing the Event, the Company reserves its right to render the Event void, and the Company’s decision is considered final.

 

1.3 Change of Venue

 

1.3.1 Unless a change of venue is handled in the Specific Event Betting Rules then:

 

1.3.1.1. In the event of a change of venue (home team plays away or vice versa), all bets on the match will be void.

 

1.3.1.2. All bets on non-team events will be considered valid in the case where a venue change has occurred after the market has already been opened.

 

1.4. Periods of time

 

1.4.1. If there is a change in the duration of the event. All bets made on such event will be considered invalid.

 

1.4.2. All events that have occurred during injury or stoppage time are considered to have happened during regular time e.g. a goal scored in the first half injury time of a soccer match is deemed to have been scored on 45 minutes.

 

1.5. Results

 

1.5.1. Where applicable, podium positions will be considered as the final result, without regard to any upcoming disqualifications or corrections of the result. If there is no podium ceremony, results will be determined in accordance with the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the Market settlement, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the results. In the case where no official result is available then the result will be determined with reference to the available evidence known at the time of Market settlement.

 

1.5.2 All Markets are generally settled only after an Event has concluded. Purely as a customer service, some Markets may be settled before the official result is declared. The Company reserves the right to reverse any settlements performed due to a Market being settled in error.

 

1.5.3. The Company reserves the right to suspend settlement on any market if an uncertainty over any result appears.

 

1.5.4. The Company will not recognize any amendments or changes to results made 72 hours after the Event start time, for bets that have already been settled.

 

1.5.5. If a contradiction between the official result and the results displayed in the results section on the website appears, the matter will be settled by using the Company’s video materials of the event in question as a reference in order to define the accurate result. Nevertheless, if there is no such video material of the event in question, then the accurate result will be determined in regards to the result of the mentioned event’s governing body as declared on the official website. If the official website is unable to provide the result or official website's posted result is manifestly wrong, then the Company reserves the right to make decisions/ amendments to determine the final result. The Company's decision is final and binding in this regard.

2. Markets
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2.1. General

 

2.1.1. Outright - betting on the winner of an Event, race or tournament. An outright bet involves the selection of a winner in a tournament, competition, league or event either from the onset or at any stage of the tournament, competition, league or event prior to the conclusion of the competition where the results are still undecided. The number of places that are paid as winners will be indicated in the Market title. If one of the opponents/players does not start an event, race or a tournament then all “Outright” bets on the above mentioned will be void. If the winners are two or more, or a “Dead Heat” is declared in any Outright Market then the payout odds (less the stake) are divided by the number of winners and settled accordingly with the stake returned.

 

Example:

 

Based on a customer inquiry regarding the possibility of two players emerging as the top goal scorer in the Italian Serie A. The Company calculates the payout as follows: stake/winners x (odds-1) = Payout (If top goal scorer has more than 2 people= stake/ (number of people))

 

Example:

 

Italian Serie A - Top Goalscorer

Zlatan Ibrahimovic @ 1.40

Edinson Cavani @ 3.50

If I placed bet 100 € at Zlatan Ibrahimovic with odds 1.40.

And if top goal scorer has 2 winners -

My payout will be: Stake 100/2 x (Odds - 1) = 20

If I placed bet 100 € at Edinson Cavani with odds 3.50

And if top a goal scorer has 2 winners.

My payout will be: Stake 100/2 x (Odds - 1) = 125

 

* The term “Any Other Player” (Any Other Team etc.) refers to all participants not specified in the market.

 

2.1.2. Moneyline - betting on one of the opponents/teams to be the winner in an event, or to score higher in an event. The rest moneyline rules can be found in the specific event’s betting rules. The expression “The Field” relates to all competitors other than the one specified in the moneyline match up.

 

2.1.3. Handicap (HDP) - Handicap means betting when one competitor or team receives a virtual head start (effectively leading by that head start before the Event begins). The winner is the competitor or team with the better score after adding the given handicap to the result.

 

2.1.4. Asian Handicap (In-Play) - All bets, placed on Asian Handicap for an In-play market are settled in accordance with the score displayed for the surplus of the event/half, after the bet has been placed – any goals, scored before the bet having been placed are disregarded for settlement purposes.

 

Example:

 

Juventus vs Liverpool - Live score 1:0

Team      Asian Handicap    Odds

Juventus    -0.75                 1.80

Liverpool   +0.75                 2.15

Final score 3:0

If you bet on Juventus 100 €, your net win is 80 €

Final score 2:0, 3:1

If you bet on Juventus 100 €, your net win 40 €

 

Final score 1:0, 1:1, 1:2, 1:3,2:1, 2:2, 3:2, 3:3

 

If you bet on Liverpool 100 €, your net win is 115 €

 

The rest Asian Handicap rules can be found in the specific event betting rules.

 

2.1.5. Over/Under (OU) - This bet type gives a player the ability to put their stake on the number of goals (games etc.). Bets are settled based on the aggregate sum total of points/goals etc achieved (resulting in an over or under of a prescribed target number set by the Operator) in a match or series of matches in which the bets were placed.

 

2.1.6. Odd/Even (OE) - Bets relate to the sum total of points (goals) played in the match resulting in an odd or even number.

 

2.1.7. Multi Bets - Multi bet represents a unification of selections (minimum two), combined in one wager. For this type of bet to acquire a winning status, it would take for all of the selections included to be properly predicted. If one (or more) selections lose, the multi bet loses also. If one (or more) selections get adjourned, the odds for the selections mentioned will recur to 1.00. Please relate to the betting glossary if you find yourself in need of a further explanation in regards to Multi Bets. Note that the page contains general information, not an explanation of every term.

 

2.1.8. System bets. System bet resembles a multi bet to a great extent. It represents a count of selections, and despite multi bets, not all of the selections included in a system bet must be properly predicted in order for you to win the bet. System bets are generally placed on higher odds with bigger stakes to guarantee a good profit, regardless of the fact that the gamester may have a couple losing selections. Computing prosperous returns is usually not too complicated, but in some situations, punters may require the assistance of a betting calculator when it comes to more complex system bets.

 

2.2 Soccer Bet Types

 

Unless being declared differently the outcome of a bet on a soccer game relates to the end of regular time in the soccer game the bet has been placed on (also counting any stoppage or injury time added by the official referee). Extra time and penalties are not included.

 

2.2.1. 1X2 as a bet type it gives a player the ability to put their stake on either 1 - the first, (most commonly the home team) to win; X – the game outcome in a tie or a draw; or 2 – the second, (usually the away team) to win.

 

2.2.2. Correct score - Bets are made by predicting the correct result or score at the end of the match or event that is offered for betting. Correct Score to win “5-0UP” (or 0-5UP) the selected team must win by five or more goals.

 

Example:

 

Home Team

Result for 5-0UP – 5:1, 6:2 and etc (Lose) / 5:0, 6:1 and etc (Win)

 

Away Team

Result for 5-0UP – 1:5, 2:6 and etc (Lose) / 0:5, 1:6 and etc (Win)

 

2.2.3. Total Goals - Total goal bets involve the prediction of the cumulative total goals or points scored in a match in which the bets were placed.

 

2.2.4. Half-time/Full-time (HT/FT) - betting to forecast both the Half-time outcome and Full-time outcome of an Event (not counting extra time or penalties). Respectfully, in this market, H relates to the first team named in the event (generally the Home team); D relates to a Draw; A relates to the second team named in the event (generally the Away team). For instance – HA means that the first team named in the event (the home team) will take the lead at half-time and the second team named in the event (the away team) will take the lead at full-time.

 

2.2.5. First Goal/Last Goal - betting on which team will score the first or last goal in an event. Respectfully in this Market, HF relates to the first team named in the event (generally the Home team) scoring the first goal. HL relates to the first team named in the event scoring the last goal. AF relates to the second team named in the event (generally the away team) scoring the first goal. AL relates to the second team named in the event scoring the last goal. NG relates to no goals having been scored during the specific event. Own goals are assigned to the team awarded with the goal. If an event is discontinued, subsequently to a goal scored, all bets placed on “Fist Goal” and “No goal” will stand, all bets on “Last Goal” will be rendered void. If an event is discontinued without any goals being scored then all bets on First Goal, Last Goal and No Goal will be considered void.

 

2.2.6. Which Team to Kick-Off - betting on which team will be the one to kick-off the event. If an event is discontinued subsequently to its kick-off then all bets are still considered valid. In case kick-off time was brought forward than the scheduled time on the website, all bets after the kick-off time will be considered as VOID.

 

2.2.7. Home Team Total vs. Away Team Total – betting on the total number of goals scored by the home teams versus the total number of goals scored by the away teams in regards to the matches in a specific league, played on a given day. “Home” relates to the first team named and “Away” relates to the second team named. If one (or more) matches happen to be adjourned or discontinued then the bet will be void.

 

2.2.8. Single Team Over/Under - betting on a goal scored by a certain team in an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome.

 

2.3 Corners

 

Corners - The Number of Corners result is decided by the total number of corners of Home/Away teams in a designated match. Corners awarded but untaken do not count.

 

2.3.1 Handicap - Handicap means betting on which team will take the most corners during a match inclusive of any handicaps. If an event is abandoned all bets are considered void.

 

2.3.2 Over/Under – bets placed on the total number of corners both teams take during an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome.

 

2.3.3 First Corner – bets placed on which team will take the first corner in a game. If an event is abandoned after the first corner has been taken all bets are valid. If an event is abandoned prior the first corner, all bets are considered void.

 

2.3.4 Last Corner  – bets placed on which team will take the last corner in a game. If the event is abandoned before its scheduled finish time, all bets are considered void.

 

2.3.5 Next Corner – bets placed on which team will take the next corner in an event. All bets are considered valid if the next corner is actually taken.

 

2.4 Bookings

 

Yellow Cards are counted as one point while red cards are counted as two points. The highest amount of points a competing player can accrue during an event is three (one for a first yellow card, and two for a subsequent straight red card). Cards given to non-players (managers, coaches, substitutes, etc.) are not counted.

 

2.4.1 Handicap – bets placed on which team will acquire a higher number of bookings during an event, all handicaps included. All bets are considered void if an event is discontinued.

 

2.4.2 Over/Under – bets on the total number of bookings accrued by both teams during an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome. If an event is discontinued then all bets are void.

 

2.4.3 First Booking – bets on which team will be the one that will receive the first booking (yellow or red card) in the game. If two or more players are booked for the same incident then the player who is first shown a card by the match official will be considered as the player who has received the first booking of the game. If an event is discontinued subsequently to the first card having been brought out then all bets are valid. If an event is discontinued prior to the first card been issued then all bets are void.

 

2.4.4 Last Booking – bets on which team will be the one that will receive the last booking (yellow or red card) in a game. If two or more players are booked for the same incident then the player who is last shown a card by the match referee will be considered as the player who has received the last booking in the game. All bets are considered void if the event is discontinued.

 

2.5 Offsides

 

2.5.1 Handicap – bets placed on which team will be caught offside more times during an event, all handicaps included. If an event is abandoned all bets are considered void.

 

2.5.2. Over/Under – bets on the total amount of offside decisions made by the match referee during an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome. If an event is discontinued then all bets are void.

 

2.5.3. First Offside – bets placed on which team will be caught offside first in an event. If an event is abandoned after the first offside decision has been made, then all bets are considered valid. If an even is discontinued before any offside decisions have been made – all bets are considered void.

 

2.5.4. Last Offside – bets placed on which team will be caught offside in an event. All bets are considered void if the event in question is discontinued.

 

2.6. Substitutions

 

2.6.1. Handicap – bets placed on which team will perform a higher number of substitutions during a game, all handicaps included. All bets are considered void if an event is discontinued.

 

2.6.2. Over/Under – bets placed on the total number of substitutions during an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome. If an event is discontinued then all bets are void.

 

2.6.3. First substitution – bets placed on which team will perform the first substitution in a game. If two or more players are substituted at the same time, then the player whose number is displayed first by the fourth official will be considered the first substitution in the game. If an event is abandoned after the first substitution in the game has been made, all bets are still considered valid. If an event is discontinued before any substitutions have been made, all bets are considered void.

 

2.6.4. Last Substitution – bets placed on which team will perform the last substitution in an event. If two or more players are substituted at the same time, then the player whose number is displayed last by the fourth referee will be considered the last substitution in the game. If the event is abandoned then all bets are considered void.

 

2.7 Clean sheet

 

Betting on whether or not a team will keep a “clean sheet”, meaning that the team in question will not allow the other team to score a goal during the event.

If an Event is abandoned after a goal is scored by Home team only, then ‘Away Yes & No’ bets will stand while ‘Home Yes & No’ bets will be void. If a goal is scored by the Away team only, then ‘Home Yes & No’ bets will stand while ‘Away Yes & No’ will be void. If goals are scored by both Home and Away teams, then all bets will stand. If an Event is abandoned without any goal being scored, then all wagers will be void.

 

Rule 1:

Home score ≥ 1, Away score = 0 (1, 2..:0)

Home Yes – Refund Away Yes – Lose

Home No – Refund Away No – Win

 

 

Rule 2:

Home score ≥ 1, Away score ≥ 1 (1, 2…: 1, 2…)

Home Yes – Lose Away Yes – Lose

Home No – Win Away No – Win

 

Rule 3:

Home score = 0, Away score ≥ 1 (0:1, 2…)

Home Yes – Lose Away Yes – Refund

Home No – Win Away No – Refund

Penalties

 

Betting on whether or not a penalty will be awarded and taken during an event. If the event is abandoned after a penalty has been awarded and taken, then all bets are considered valid. If an event is abandoned without any penalties being awarded then all bets are considered void.

 

2.8 Penalty Shoot-outs

 

Betting on which team will win in a penalty shoot-out. In handicap betting the outcome includes all penalties taken in the shoot-out, plus sudden death. In over/under bets the outcome only includes the regulation ten penalties in the shoot-out while sudden death spot kicks are not counted.

 

2.9 Fantasy League

 

Fantasy matches represent pairs of teams from distinct events. All venues strictly serve for reference purposes alone.

 

2.10 Specific 15-Minutes Over/Under

 

The Specific 15 Minutes (O/U) - betting that is defined by the total amount of points (goals, corners, games, bookings etc.) at the end of every 15th-minute time-frame of an event. If the total is a higher number, than the O/U predefined line, then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the O/U predefined line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome.

 

Example:

 

15th Minute O/U

* 00:00 – 15:00 O/U: Total amount of points to be scored from minute 00:00 to minute 15:00 All bets must be placed at or prior to the end of the 15th minute.

30th Minute O/U

 

* 15:01 – 30:00 O/U: Total amount of points to be scored from minute 15:01 to minute 30:00 All bets must be placed at or prior to the end of the 30th minute.

45th Minute O/U

 

* 30:01 – 45:00 O/U: Total amount of points to be scored from minute 30:01 to minute 450:00 All bets must be placed at or prior to the end of the 45th minute.

60th Minute O/U

 

* 45:01 – 60:00 O/U: Total amount of points to be scored from minute 45:01 to minute 60:00 All bets must be placed at or prior to the end of the 60th minute.

75th Minute O/U

 

* 60:01 – 75:00 O/U: Total amount of points to be scored from minute 60:01 to minute 75:00 All bets must be placed on or prior to the end of the 75th minute.

 

The specific 15th Minute O/U bets are settled according to the precise time that a goal is scored (when the ball gets past the goal line), the same applies to the number of corners bets (corners  taken). If an event is discontinued all bets placed on 15-minute periods that have not been completed will be considered void.

 

If a specific 15-minute period has already passed though all bets will be considered valid. Any actions including play in or around the penalty spot; a penalty; a dangerous free-kick and similar will be subject to approval from the Company if such actions have been undertaken in the last two (2) minutes before a 15-minute period expires.

 

2.11 Free kick

 

All free-kicks that have been awarded but not taken will not be considered. All indirect and direct free kicks are considered a Free kick. Goal kicks and penalty kicks are not considered a Free kick.

 

2.11.1. Handicap – bets placed on which team will take the most free-kicks during an event, including all handicaps. All bets are considered void if the event is discontinued.

 

2.11.2. Over/Under – bets placed on the total amount of free kicks taken by both teams during an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome. If an event is discontinued then all bets are void.

 

2.11.3. First free kick – bets placed on which team will perform the first free kick in a game. If an event is abandoned after the first free kick in the game has been taken, all bets are still considered valid. If an event is discontinued before any free kicks have been taken, all bets are considered void.

 

2.11.4. Last free kick – bets placed on which team will take the last free kick during an event. All bets are considered void if an event is discontinued.

 

2.12. Goal kick

 

A goal kick is awarded to the defending team if the ball completely crosses the end line, as a result of contact with an opposing player. Kicks made by the goalkeeper after making a save are not considered goal kicks.

 

2.12.1. Handicap – bets placed on which team will take the most goal kicks during an event, including all handicaps. All bets are considered void if the event is discontinued.

 

2.12.2. Over/Under – bets placed on the total amount of goal kicks taken by both teams during an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome. If an event is discontinued then all bets are void.

 

2.12.3. First goal kick – bets placed on which team will perform the first goal kick in a game. If an event is abandoned after the first goal kick in the game has been taken, all bets are still considered valid. If an event is discontinued before any goal kicks have been taken, all bets are considered void.

 

2.12.4. Last goal kick – bets placed on which team will take the last goal kick during an event. All bets are considered void if an event is discontinued.

 

2.13 Throw-in

 

A throw in is granted to a team if the ball passes completely the end touchline as a result of an opponent player’s interaction with the ball.

 

2.13.1. Handicap – bets placed on which team will take the most throw-ins during an event, including all handicaps. All bets are considered void if the event is discontinued.

 

2.13.2. Over/Under – bets placed on the total amount of throw-ins taken by both teams during an event. If the total is a higher number than the OU line then the “Over” is considered to be the winning outcome. If the total is a smaller number than the OU line then the “Under” is considered to be the winning outcome. If an event is discontinued then all bets are void.

 

2.13.3. First throw-in – bets placed on which team will perform the first throw-in in a game. If an event is abandoned after the first throw-in in the game has been taken, all bets are still considered valid. If an event is discontinued before any throw-ins have been taken, all bets are considered void.

 

2.13.4. Last throw-in – bets placed on which team will take the last throw-ins during an event. All bets are considered void if an event is discontinued.

 

2.14 Specific 10-minutes Over/Under

 

Points relate to goals, corners, games, etc.

 

10th Minute O/U

00:00 – 10:00 O/U: Total number of points to be scored from minute 00:00 to minute 10:00 All bets must be placed at or before the end of the 10th minute.

 

20th Minute O/U

10:01 – 20:00 O/U: Total number of points to be scored from minute 10:01 to minute 20:00 All bets must be placed at or before the end of the 20th minute.

 

30th Minute O/U

20:01 – 30:00 O/U: Total number of points to be scored from minute 20:01 to minute 30:00 All bets must be placed at or before the end of the 30th minute.

 

The specific 10th Minute O/U bets are settled according to the precise time that a goal is scored (when the ball gets past the goal line), the same applies to the number of corners bets (corners taken). If an event is discontinued all bets placed on 10-minute periods that have not been completed will be considered void.

 

If a specific 10-minute period has already passed though all bets will be considered valid. Any actions including play in or around the penalty spot; a penalty; a dangerous free-kick and similar will be subject to approval from the Company if such actions have been undertaken in the last two (2) minutes before a 10-minute period expires. If there is an inconsistency in the results displayed in the results section of the website, the contradiction will be defined by using the Company’s video materials of the event in question as a reference, to define the accurate result.

 

Nevertheless, if there is no such video material of the event in question, then the accurate result will be determined in regards to the result of the mentioned event’s governing body as declared on the official website. In a case, where the official website is incapable of supplying such data, or this information is erroneous on the official website itself, the Company holds its prerogative to make decisions/corrections/alterations to define the final outcome. The Company’s decision is final and binding.

 

2.15 Draw No Bet (DNB), 1st Half DNB, 2nd Half DNB, Full-Time DNB

 

2.15.1. Bets placed on the prediction of a Home or Away win in a match. If the game ends in a draw all bets will be refunded.

 

2.15.2. First Half DNB - Bets placed on the prediction of a Home or Away win only in the first half of a match. If the first half of the game ends in a draw all bets will be refunded.

 

2.15.3. Second Half DNB - Bets placed on the prediction of a Home or Away win only in the second half of a match. If the second half of the game ends in a draw all bets will be refunded.

 

2.16. Both/One/Neither to score

 

Both – Both teams in a match to score

 

One – Either of the teams in a match to score

 

Neither – Both teams in a match fail to score

 

2.16.1. If an Event is abandoned after only the home team has scored a goal, then ‘Neither’ bets will remain valid while ‘Both’ and ‘One’ bets will be considered void. If an Event is abandoned after only the Away team has scored a goal, ‘Neither’ bets will remain valid while ‘Both’ & ‘One’ will be void. If an Event is abandoned after both the Home and Away team have scored goals, all bets will remain valid. If an Event is abandoned without any goal being scored, all wagers will be considered void.

 

Rule 1:

Home score ≥ 1, Away score = 0 (1, 2..:0)

Both- Refund

One- Refund

Neither-Lose

 

Rule 2:

Home score ≥ 1, Away score ≥ 1 (1, 2…: 1, 2…)

Both-Win

One-Lose

Neither-Lose

 

Rule 3:

Home score = 0, Away score ≥ 1 (0:1, 2…)

Both – Refund

One – Refund

Neither – Lose

 

2.17. To win to nil

 

2.17.1. Bets on whether a team will win without conceding a goal before the end of the match. All bets will be settled at the end of the scheduled time for the game excluding extra time and penalty shootouts.

 

2.17.2. If an Event is abandoned after only the home team has scored, then all ‘Away’ bets will remain valid while ‘Home’ bets will be void. If only the Away team has scored a goal, then ‘Home’ bets will remain valid while ‘Away’ will be void. If both the Home and the Away team have scored, all bets will remain valid. If an Event is abandoned before a goal has been scored, then all wagers will be void.

 

Rule 1:

Home score ≥1, Away score= 0 (1, 2..:0)

Home – Refund Away – Lose

 

Rule 2:

Home score ≥ 1, Away score ≥ 1 (1, 2…: 1, 2…)

Home – Lose Away – Lose

 

Rule 3:

Home score = 0, Away score ≥ 1 (0:1, 2…)

Home – Lose Away – Refund

 

2.18 3-way handicap

 

2.18.1. All bets will be settled according to the odds displayed using the actual score in the match adjusted for the handicap.

 

2.19 To win either half

 

2.19.1. Bets placed on the prediction that a team will score more goals than their opposition in one of two halves.

 

2.19.2. Home to Win Either Half

 

2.19.2.1. Bets placed on whether the Home team will be able to score more goals than the Away team in one of two halves. If the match is abandoned all bets will be void excluding bets that have already been unconditionally determined.

 

2.19.3. Away to Win Either Half

 

2.19.3.1 Bets placed on whether the Away team will be able to score more goals than the Home team in one of two halves. If the match is abandoned all bets will be void excluding bets that have already been unconditionally determined.

 

2.20 To win both halves

 

2.20.1. Bets placed on whether the selected team will be able to score more goals than their opposition in both halves of the match.

 

Example:

 

If the team you have chosen scores in the first half of a match and the match finishes 1-0, although the first half was won 1-0, the score in the second 45 minutes was effectively 0-0 and therefore a draw. If this occurs, only the first half is considered to have been 'won' and therefore all bets would be lost.

 

2.20.2. Home to win both halves

 

2.20.2.1 Bets placed on the Home team to score more goals than the opposition in both halves of the match. If the match is abandoned all bets will be void excluding bets that have already been unconditionally determined.

 

2.20.3. Away to win both halves

 

2.20.3.1. Bets placed on the Away team to score more goals than the opposition in both halves of the match. If the match is abandoned all bets will be void excluding bets that have already been unconditionally determined.

 

2.21 Draw/ No Draw

 

2.21.1 Bets predicting whether the final result in a match will be a draw or not a draw. All bets will be settled at the end of the scheduled time for the game excluding extra time and penalty shootouts.

 

2.22 Odd/Even

 

2.22.1. 1st Half Odd/Even - Bets predicting whether the number of goals scored in the 1st half will be an odd or even number.

 

2.22.2. Full-Time Odd/Even - Bets predicting whether the number of goals scored in the match will be an odd or even number.

 

2.23 Full Time

 

All bets will be settled at the end of the scheduled time for the game excluding extra time and penalty shootouts. If the match is abandoned all bets will be void excluding bets that have already been unconditionally determined.

 

3. Soccer
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3.1 General Soccer rules

 

3.1.1 Where matches are scheduled for play other than under regular time (e.g. Special time periods of play on various tournaments or friendly matches) all bets will be settled at the end of that scheduled time.

 

3.1.2 Where less than regular time is played, the operator reserves the right to suspend settlement of all bets pending the official result of that match.

 

3.1.3 Unless nonregular time matches are deliberately displayed on the website prior to all soccer matches, bets taken on such matches will be considered void.

 

3.1.4 If a soccer match is postponed, or is discontinued or abandoned and not resumed within 12 hours from the scheduled start time, then the match is void (regardless of any official decision in respect to the outcome). The outcome of all bets on discontinued/adjourned matches is decided by the Company at its sole discretion.

 

3.1.5 First Half Betting (1H) applies to first half play only. If a match is abandoned during the first half then all bets are considered void. If a match is abandoned during the second half then all first half bets are still valid.

 

3.1.6 The Company supplies information (e.g. neutral ground, Bookings, timer, statistical information, dates, start time, etc.) as a duty and accepts no liabilities. It is the customer’s accountability to be familiar with the correct information for any match.

 

3.1.7 Unless stated otherwise, if an event is scheduled to be played on neutral ground (but is played on a non-neutral ground or vice versa) all bets are considered valid. If a change of venue occurs for an event (home team becomes away or vice versa), all bets on the match will be considered void. Bets will also be considered void if the home and away team names are displayed incorrectly in reverse.

 

3.1.8 The score will be updated for Soccer live betting and Markets shown during live trading refer to the score displayed at the time the bet is placed. The timer and red card notices are given for reference purposes only.

 

3.1.9 For in-play betting, during a game, with respect to actions that the Company in its sole and absolute discretion, considers dangerous where the result, outcome, performance of one team or player may be influenced; or warrant changing the odds/prices or Markets or Betting Information (“Danger Play”) it remains the Company’s right to adjourn approval of bets and may approve or reject bets subsequently to the Danger Play. All other actions in a game are considered Safe Play and bets will continue to be considered for approval.

 

3.1.10 For in-play betting, bet placement is authorized up until the 90th minute which includes any injury time in the full time for most events (at the discretion of the Company). However from the 85th minute of play onward or the last five minutes before the end of regulation time, whatever is relevant to a game, any actions other than the ones already mentioned above, will be considered Safe Play and thus all outstanding bets placed may be considered for approval: actions including play in or around the penalty spot; a penalty; a dangerous free-kick and similar deemed by the Company as dangerous (possibility of goal).

 

3.1.11 For live betting, all pending bets will be automatically rejected as of the moment the referee ends the match in half time and/or full-time.

 

3.1.12 For live fantasy match betting, placing bets is allowed up to the 90th minute including any injury time for full time for most games (at the discretion of the Company). From kickoff time (00:00) of play onward until prior to the end of regulation time (90th minute), whichever is applicable in a game, any actions other than the ones listed below, will be considered Safe Play and thus all pending bets placed may be considered for acceptance: actions including play in or around the penalty spot; a penalty; a dangerous free-kick and similar deemed by the Company as dangerous (possibility of goal).

 

3.1.13 Odd/Even (OE) & 1st Half Odd/Even & 2nd Half Odd/Even.

 

3.1.13.1 Odd/Even means betting that is determined by whether the total number of points (goals, games etc) in the final result of an Event is Odd or Even.

 

3.1.13.2 1st Half Odd/Even means betting that is determined by whether the total number of points at the end of the first half of an Event is Odd or Even.

 

3.1.13.3 2nd Half Odd/Even means betting that is determined by whether the total number of points at the end of the second half of an Event is Odd or Even.

 

3.1.13.4 1st half bets will be void if an Event is abandoned before the end of the first half. But if an Event is abandoned after the end of the first half, all 1st half bets will be valid.

 

3.1.14 Total Bookings.

 

3.1.14.1 A yellow card counts as one point and a red card counts as two points. The maximum number of points that a player can receive during a match is three (one for a yellow and two for a red, the second yellow card does not count).

 

3.1.14.2 Cards shown to non-players (managers, coaches, substitutes etc) do not count.

 
3.1.14.2.1. Yellow card markets (labeled “YC”). Only cautions to the outfield players and goalkeeper will count for bets on total yellow cards and total yellow cards with a handicap. No second yellow card resulting in a dismissal will count in the calculation of the number of yellow cards in the match.
 
3.1.14.2 2. LIVE bets on yellow cards in a specified time interval are settled without taking the stoppage time into account. For example, if a bet was placed on a yellow card between 85:00 and 88:59 and a yellow card was shown at 90+1 min., the bet will be settled as lost.
 
3.1.14.2 3. No yellow or red cards shown to the outfield players or goalkeeper after the final whistle will count for betting purposes. If a yellow card is shown by the referee in the half-time break for an offence committed in the first half (i.e. a deferred yellow card), this card will count for bets on the first half. If the referee shows a yellow card for an offence committed in the half-time break, this card will count for bets on the second half.
 
3.1.14.2 4. Bets on “Yellow/Red Card” (also referred to as YRC or Cards) will be settled in the following manner: a yellow card is counted as one card; a red card is counted as two yellow cards. The second yellow card for the same player will not be counted and will be regarded as one red card. This means that one player can have maximum 3 cards per match.
 
3.1.14.2 5. The number of yellow and red cards, corner kicks and hits of the crossbar/posts will be determined subject to video footage. In the event of a lack of video footage, or its interruption, the number of yellow and red cards and corner kicks will be taken from official sources. A substitution made in the 46th minute according to the official source will be regarded as a substitution made in the half-time break. A corner kick which was retaken will be regarded as just one corner kick for bet settlement purposes. Only those corner kicks which have been taken will count towards the settlement of bets on Total Corners.

3.1.14.3 Number of Total Bookings.

 

3.1.14.3.1 Handicap & 1st Half Handicap.

 

3.1.14.3.1.1 Handicap means betting on which team will receive the most cards during a match inclusive of any handicaps.

 

3.1.14.3.1.2 1st Half Handicap means betting on which team will receive the most cards during the first half of a match inclusive of any handicaps.

 

3.1.14.3.1.3 1st Half Handicap’s bets will be void if the match is abandoned during the first half of the match. However, bets will remain valid if the match is abandoned during the second half of the match.

 

3.1.14.3.2 Over/Under & 1st Half Over/Under.

 

3.1.14.3.2.1 Over/Under means betting on the total number of cards received by both teams during a match.

 

3.1.14.3.2.2 1st Half Over/Under means betting on the total number of cards received by both teams during the first half of a match.

 

3.1.14.3.2.3 If the total is more than the OU line then the winning result is Over; if the total is less than the OU line then the winning result is Under.

 

3.1.14.3.2.4 Bets will be void if the match is abandoned unless settlement of bets is already determined.

 

3.1.14.4 First Booking & 2nd Half First Booking.

 

3.1.14.4.1 First Booking means betting on which team will receive first booking (Yellow or Red) in a match.

 

3.1.14.4.2 2nd Half First Booking means betting on which team will receive first booking (Yellow or Red) in the 2nd half of a match.

 

3.1.14.4.3 If two or more players receive a booking for the same incident then the player who is shown the first card by the referee will be deemed the winner.

 

3.1.14.4.4 If a match is abandoned after the first card has been issued then all bets are valid. If a match is abandoned before the first card has been issued then all bets are void.

 

3.1.14.5 Last Booking.

 

3.1.14.5.1 Last Booking means betting on which team will receive last booking (Yellow or Red) in a match.

 

3.1.14.5.2 If two or more players receive a booking for the same incident then the player who is shown the last card by the referee will be deemed the winner.

 

3.1.14.5.3 If a match is abandoned then all bets are void.

 

3.1.14.6 Next Booking.

 

3.1.14.6.1 Next Booking means betting to predict which team will receive a booking next, either a red card and/or a yellow card.

 

3.1.14.6.2 All bets are considered valid if the designated booking had been received.

 

3.1.14.7 Single Team Total Bookings Over/Under.

 

3.1.14.7.1 Single Team Total Bookings Over/Under means betting to predict the total number of bookings received by a specified team in a match.

 

3.1.14.7.2 If the total is more than the OU line then the winning result is Over; if the total is less than the OU line then the winning result is Under.

 

3.1.15 Corners.

 

3.1.15.1 An awarded corner but untaken do not count.

 

3.1.15.2 Number of Corners.

 

3.1.15.2.1 Handicap & 1st Half Handicap.

 

3.1.15.2.1.1 Handicap means betting on which team will take the most corners during a match inclusive of any handicaps.

 

3.1.15.2.1.2 1st Half Handicap means betting on which team will take the most corners during the first half of a match inclusive of any handicaps.

 

3.1.15.2.1.3 1st Half Handicap’s bets will be void if the match is abandoned during the first half of the match. First Half’s Handicap bets will remain valid if the match is abandoned during the second half of the match.

 

3.1.15.2.2 Over/Under & 1st Half Over/Under.

 

3.1.15.2.2.1 Over/Under means betting on the total number of corners taken by both teams during a match.

 

3.1.15.2.2.2 1st Half Over/Under means betting on the total number of corners taken by both team during the first half of a match.

 

3.1.15.2.2.3 If the total is more than the OU line then the winning result is Over; if the total is less than the OU line then the winning result is Under.

 

3.1.15.2.2.4 Bets will be void if the match is abandoned unless settlement of bets is already determined.

 

3.1.15.3 First Corner, 1st Half First Corner & 2nd Half First Corner.

 

3.1.15.3.1 First Corner means betting on which team will take the first corner in a match.

 

3.1.15.3.2 1st Half First Corner means betting on which team will take the first corner in the 1st half of a match.

 

3.1.15.3.3 2nd Half First Corner means betting on which team will take the first corner in the 2nd half of a match.

 

3.1.15.3.4 Bets will be void if the match is abandoned unless settlement of bets is already determined.

 

3.1.15.4 Last Corner & First Half Last Corner.

 

3.1.15.4.1 Last Corner means betting on which team will take the last corner in a match.

 

3.1.15.4.2 First Half Last Corner means betting on which team will take the last corner in the first half of a match.

 

3.1.15.4.3 First Half Last Corner’s bets will be void if the match is abandoned during the first half of the match. First Half Last Corner’s bets will remain valid if the match is abandoned during the second half of the match.

 

3.1.15.5 Next Corner.

 

3.1.15.5.1 Next Corner means betting on which team will take the next corner in a match.

 

3.1.15.5.2 All bets are considered Valid if the designated corner had been taken.

 

3.1.15.6 Exact Corners.

 

3.1.15.6.1 Home Team Exact Corners & First Half Home Team Exact Corners.

 

3.1.15.6.1.1 Home Team Exact Corners means betting on the exact number of corners taken by home team after the regular time of play.

 

3.1.15.6.1.2 First Half Home Team Exact Corners means betting on the exact number of corners taken by home team during the first half of the match.

 

3.1.15.6.1.3 For both Home Team Exact Corners & First Half Home Team Exact Corners, bets will be void if the match is abandoned unless settlement of bets is already determined.

 

3.1.15.6.2 Away Team Exact Corners & First Half Away Team Exact Corners.

 

3.1.15.6.2.1 Away Team Exact Corners means betting on the exact number of corners taken by the away team after the regular time of play.

 

3.1.15.6.2.2 First Half Away Team Exact Corners means betting on the exact number of corners taken by the away team during the first half of the match.

 

3.1.15.6.2.3 For both Away Team Exact Corners & First Half Away Team Exact Corners, bets will be void if the match is abandoned unless settlement of bets is already determined.

 

3.1.15.7 Total Corners Aggregated & First Half Total Corners Aggregated.

 

3.1.15.7.1 Total Corners Aggregated means betting on the total number of corners taken by both teams after the regular time of play.

 

3.1.15.7.2 First Half Total Corners Aggregated means betting on the total number of corners taken by both teams during the first half of the match.

 

3.1.15.7.3 For both Total Corners Aggregated & First Half Total Corners Aggregated, bets will be void if the match is abandoned unless settlement of bets is already determined.

 

3.1.16 Penalties

 

3.1.16.1 Penalties means betting on a penalty being awarded and taken during a match.

 

3.1.16.2 If a match is abandoned after a penalty has been awarded and taken then all bets are still valid

 

3.1.16.3 If a match is abandoned before a penalty has been awarded and taken then all bets are void

 

3.1.17 Penalty Shoot-outs

 

3.1.17.1 Penalty Shoot-outs means betting on which team will win the penalty shoot-out

 

3.1.17.2 In handicap betting the result includes all penalties taken in the shoot-out, including sudden death. In over/under betting the result only includes the regulation ten penalties in the shoot-out and does not include sudden death.

 

4. Basketball
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4.1 Basketball rules

 

4.1.1 All Full-Time markets, including In-play betting, will be settled on the final outcome including overtime (unless otherwise specified).

 

4.1.2 If an event does not start at the scheduled start date then all bets will be void (unless declared differently).

 

4.1.3 If an event starts but is discontinued or abandoned within twelve (12) hours of the scheduled start time then Full-Time bets are still considered valid if at least forty-three (43) minutes of an NBA match or thirty-five (35) minutes of any other basketball match have been completed. Bets will also be considered valid if an official result is declared by the relevant governing body. Otherwise, bets on suspended or abandoned matches will be void, with the exception of bets placed on markets which have been unconditionally determined.

 

4.1.4 In respect of 1st half betting, bets are settles based on the sum of the 1st and 2nd quarters' to determine the winner. In respect of the 2nd half betting, bets are settled based on the sum of the 3rd and 4th quarters' scores to determine the winner. 2nd half betting includes scores achieved in overtime (if applicable).

 

4.1.5 For 4th quarter betting, points scored in overtime play are excluded in determining the winner.

 

4.1.6 If a match is suspended or abandoned then bets placed on unfinished Halves or Quarters will be considered void. If the designated Halves or Quarters are completed then bets will be valid.

 

4.1.7 The score will not be updated for basketball in-play betting and the handicap shown during live trading relates to the score at the start of the match i.e. 0-0.The time and scores displayed are for reference purposes only.

 

4.1.8 Markets on which Team to Score the First Basket, are settled on the team, scoring the first points. If an event is adjourned or discontinued subsequently to the first point having been scored then bets are still valid.

 

4.1.9. Which Team to Score the Last Basket markets are settled on the team scoring the last points of a match (including overtime) or specified Half/Quarter (not including overtime). If a match is suspended or abandoned then all bets will be void, except for those on markets which have been unconditionally determined.

 

4.1.10 Special markets (including the number of Points, Rebounds, Assists, Three-Points, and Free-Throws etc.) are valid if both players partake in the match. If one or both players do not participate in the match then all bets are void. Outcomes for special markets include any overtime played, unless it has been specified otherwise. All results are taken when the official outcome is declared at the end of the game by the governing body (NBA.com, FIBA.com etc.) and any subsequent changes to the statistics are not valid for betting purposes.

 

4.1.11 The Home/Away venue for NCAA events is supplied serving solely as a reference.

 

4.1.12 Fantasy Basketball markets (including in-play markets) are pairings or combinations of teams from distinct events. The matches involving both teams must tip-off on the same day, or else bets are considered void. The venues for Fantasy Basketball markets are precisely used for reference purposes only.

 

4.1.13 To win most Quarters markets are settled on the team that wins the most number of quarters during a basketball match. If the result of a specific quarter is a tie then neither team wins that quarter. Overtime is NOT included in this market. If a match is suspended or abandoned then all bets will be void.

 

5. Tennis
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5.1 Tennis Rules

 

5.1.1 Moneyline markets relate to the winner of the match or a certain set. Handicap markets are based either on sets or games (please relate to market title); Over/Under and Odd/Even markets are based on games (unless it specified otherwise).

 

5.1.2 If a player does not start a tournament or match then all bets placed on that player will be considered void.

 

5.1.3 If a player (or a pairing) is disqualified during an event then all bets will be void, except for bets placed on markets which have been unconditionally determined.

 

5.1.4. If an event is postponed or adjourned, but the match is still completed, then all bets are counted as valid.

 

5.1.5 All bets will still be considered valid irrespective of any change of venue or court surface (counting also moving matches from outdoor to indoor courts or vice versa).

 

5.1.6 If the predetermined amount of sets needed in order to win an event is altered from the originally defined one, then all bets will be considered void, except for those that have been unconditionally determined.

 

5.1.7 First Set Winner (Second, Third Set Winner etc) refers to the result of the specified set. All bets will be considered void if the specified set is not completed.

 

5.1.8 Tennis In-play betting is settled according to the result of the match (or a certain set). The score will not be updated for tennis in-play markets.

 

5.1.9 Most Aces (double Faults etc.) bets are settled as per official match statistics. All bets will be VOID if a match has not been completed due to a player’s retirement or disqualification.

 

5.1.10 Most Aces (double Faults etc.) markets are settled as per official match statistics. All bets will be VOID if a match has not been completed due to a player’s retirement or disqualification.

 

5.1.11 Game Winner markets relate to the winner of a certain game, e.g. Set 1 Game 1; Set 1 Game 2 etc. Should a set go to a tie-break then the market will be designated as Set 1 TB; Set 2 TB etc. If there is a retirement/disqualification during an uncompleted event then all bets will be considered void. If a game is completed by the arbiter giving a “penalty game” then all bets on that game will be considered void (nevertheless, if the game is completed by a “penalty point” then all bets are still considered valid). If a game is adjourned then all bets are still counted as valid if the game is subsequently completed.

 

6. American Football
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6.1 Minimum Time for bet validity

 

For betting purposes, winners and losers are decided according to the final score (including overtime), provided at least 55 minutes of the game have gone by.

 

6.1.2 If a game is adjourned after the 55th minute and isn’t resumed that same day, then irrespective of whether the game is completed on another date, bets will be settled according to the result of the game at the time of the interruption.

 

6.1.3 If an event is adjourned before the 55th minute and is not resumed that same day, all wagers placed on the full game will be marked as "invalid" and all stake amounts - refunded. If part of the game has been completed (i.e. first quarter, first half, second quarter, or third quarter) those bets will be marked as “action” provided the entire period has been completed.

 

Example 1:

 

An American football match is postponed with 12:00 minutes left in the 2nd quarter. Therefore only 1st quarter bets will be settled.

 

Example 2:

 

An American football match is called and considered final with 14:12 left in the 4th quarter. Only bets placed on the 1st, 2nd, and the 3rd quarter will be considered valid as well as bets placed on the 1st half of the game. All full-time bets will be considered void.

 

6.2. Additional rules

 

6.2.1 All bets on the game and all bets on the second half will include overtime scoring.

 

6.2.2 Bets placed on fourth quarters will not include any overtime scoring.

 

6.2.3 Unless specified before the start of the match, as long as the event is played on the scheduled day, all bets are marked as “action”. Additionally, if bad weather (or a delay of this sort) moves the start time after midnight local time, but the game is still played, then all bets are marked as “action’. If the game is rescheduled, all bets are canceled.

 

6.2.4 In NFL and College Football, a two-team teaser resulting in Tie/Win, Tie/Loss or Tie/Tie is considered a push and all stake amounts are refunded.

 

6.2.5 In Arena Football, any teaser resulting with a tie is counted as a loss. The NFL "Away Points/Home Points" betting proposition refers to all games that were played in a certain NFL week, which includes all games played from Thursday to Monday.

 

6.2.6 In an event ending with a draw (tie) as the final outcome - moneyline bets on either team will be refunded.

 

6.2.7 The website also offers another betting option – the three-way line with the draw being the third betting option, so that when the outcome is a tie, only those bets, placed on the tie being the final outcome, will be considered winning; those who placed a bet on either team or a player to win, will lose their stakes.

 

6.3 Highest/Lowest Team Total

 

6.3.1 Bets on Highest Team Total or Lowest Team Total will be considered valid only if games are played on the scheduled dates and at the scheduled venues, as listed on the Website.

 

6.3.2 If teams are tied for the highest team total, the winner will be considered the team with the biggest winning margin (least points scored by the opposition). If the winning margins are also equal, all bets on the tied teams will be considered winning.

 

6.3.3 If teams are tied for the lowest team total, the winner will be the team with the biggest losing margin (most points scored by the opposition). If the losing margins are also equal, all bets on the tied teams will be considered winning.

 

6.4 College Football Season Wins Rules

 

6.4.1 Bowl Games and Conference Championship Games are not counted towards teams’ season wins total - Regular Season Games only.

 

6.4.2 Teams must play every scheduled regular season game for bets to have action.

 

6.5 NCAA Football Conference Championship Futures Rules

 

6.5.1. If the conference has an official championship game, the winner of the championship game is considered to be the winner of that conference.

 

6.5.2. If the conference has co-champions, the first team selected by the BCS is considered the winner, and all other teams are considered losers. If a conference has co-champions, and no team is chosen by the BCS, All team wagers will be marked as "No action" and refunded.

 

6.5.3. For divisional odds within conferences, the team participating in the conference championship game will be considered the winner of that division.

 

6.6. Props for number of different players to score

 

6.6.1. For wagering purposes, Touchdowns, 2 point conversions, Field Goals, and PAT's will be counted.

 

6.6.2. A Safety will not be counted.

 

6.6.3. For over/under distance of a quarterback's first touchdown pass, he must throw a touchdown pass for the bet to have action.

 

6.6.4. A free kick after a safety is not considered to be a punt for any props, regardless of how the free kick is executed.

 

6.7. NFL Weekly Propositions

 

6.7.1. In NFL weekly props, a week number is defined by the schedule listed on NFL.com. For wagering purpose, all matches in the specific week are included for weekly props.

 

6.7.2. If any match in the listed week is canceled or postponed, and not completed within 96 hours of its scheduled start time, all weekly proposition bets will be void (regardless of the outcome in any specific game).

 

6.7.3. To be considered valid on NFL or NCAA Props, associated games must be played on the scheduled date and at the scheduled site.

 

7. Handball
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7.1 Handball Rules

 

7.1.1 All bets, including Live betting, are settled according to the score of the game at the end of regular time. (Extra Time and penalties do not count).

 

7.1.2 If a match is postponed, suspended or abandoned and not resumed within twelve hours of the scheduled start time then all bets are considered void, except for bets placed on markets which have been unconditionally determined. Bets will also be considered valid if an official score is declared by the relevant governing body.

 

7.1.3 All Handball In-play bets will be settled at the end of regular time.

 

7.1.4 The score will not be updated for handball in-play markets.

8. Volleyball & Beach Volleyball
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8.1 Volleyball & Beach Volleyball rules

 

8.1.1 Moneyline betting relates to the winner of the event or the certain set. Handicap bets are based on either sets or points (relate to market title); Over/Under and Odd/Even markets based on points (unless it has been specified otherwise).

 

8.1.2 If a team does not start a tournament or a match then all bets on that same team will be considered void.

 

8.1.3 If a team retires or is disqualified during a match, then all bets will be void, excluding bets on markets which have already been unconditionally determined.

 

8.1.4 If an event is adjourned or discontinued then all bets are still valid if the match is resumed within a 12-hour period.

 

8.1.5 First Set Winner (Second, Third Set Winner etc.) refers to the result of the specified set. All bets will be considered void if the specified set is not completed.

 

8.1.6 Volleyball In-play markets are settled according to the final result of the match (or certain set). The score will not be updated for volleyball in-play markets.

 

9. Futsal
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9.1 General Futsal Rules

 

9.1.1 All bets will be settled on the result of full 2X20 minutes of play unless otherwise stated. ExtraTime and penalty shoot-out do not count.

 

9.1.2 If a match is postponed, or is suspended and is not resumed on the same day, then all bets will be considered void.

 

9.1.3 If an event starts earlier than the scheduled start time then only bets placed before the actual kick-off will be recognized as valid. All bets made after the start will be considered void, excluding bets on In-play markets.

 

9.2 Adjournment and Discontinuation

 

9.2.1 All bets on teams that participate in a match that has been adjourned or discontinued will be considered void.

 

10. Baseball
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10.1 General Baseball rules

 

10.1.1 When betting on total runs (over/under), the game must get to 9 innings (8.5 if the home team is ahead) for bets to be considered as valid. If a game is called or adjourned in extra innings, the result will be decided subsequently to the last complete inning with exception of cases, where the home team scores to draw, or acquires the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which occasion the result is decided at the time the game is called.

 

10.1.2 Bets placed on total runs will be refunded if a pitcher change happens before both listed pitchers manage to throw at least one pitch.

 

10.1.3 Rules for Run Line and Alternate Run Line bets are identical to those for baseball totals.

 

10.1.4 The result of an event becomes official, subsequently to 5 innings of play except for cases, where the home team is following the lead after 4.5 innings. If an event is called or adjourned, the winner is decided by the result subsequent to the last complete inning except for cases, where the home team scores to draw, or acquires the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the winner is decided by the result being at the time the game is called. Stake money will be refunded if the home team draws the game and it is then adjourned. Events will not be carried over to the succeeding day unless it has differently been declared.

 

10.1.5 The Website does not acknowledge games which have been adjourned, remonstrance or confute decisions for betting purposes. While the game takes place on the redefined date, all bets are considered valid. If a bad weather (or a delay caused by similar reasons) causes the start time to go after midnight local time, but the game still takes place, all bets are considered valid. If the event is rescheduled, all bets are to be canceled.

 

10.1.6 In the case of an adjourned playoff, an event that will be started over in a time frame of 96 hours subsequently to its adjournment; all bets are considered valid and will be estimated after the finish of the event. If the game is not finished within the 96 hours subsequent to the time of adjournment, then all bets have are invalid.

 

10.1.7 Moneyline bets on baseball will be accepted in the following manner.

 

10.1.7.1 Action - Team against team, in no regards to the starting pitchers.

 

10.1.7.2 Listed Pitchers - If both starting pitchers are not exactly as have been stated at the time of the wager, the bet will be considered as „no action".

 

10.1.7.3 One Listed Pitcher - this is a bet on or against one certain pitcher, in regard to the other starting pitcher. If the certain pitcher does not start, the bet is considered as „no action". (For instance: "The Tigers versus Twins" indicates a wager against Twins. "Twins against the Tigers" indicates a wager on Twins).

 

10.1.7.4 In a case, where there is a pitching change before the start of the event, the money-line will be corrected and "action" bets will be estimated using the opening price for the new pitcher.

 

10.1.7.5 A pitcher is considered a starter after having thrown the first pitch to the opponent's first batter. 10.1.7.6 Bets on totals and run-lines must always define both pitchers listed.

 

10.1.7.7 Double Headers: Double header games are indicated as Game1 or Game2. Members may list pitchers in a double header; nevertheless, bets are accepted on games, not pitchers. If a scheduled pitcher does not go in his scheduled event of a double header but in the other event, bets are estimated basing on the Game, not on the pitcher.

 

10.1.7.8 In the case that a Run Ahead or Mercy Rule is called, events will be considered finished. Games bets on run lines, totals, team totals and money line will be considered as valid.

 

10.2 MLB Regular Season Wins Over/Under

 

10.2.1 A baseball team must have played at least 160 games for bets on its season wins to be considered as valid.

 

10.2.2 For estimation purposes, no extra draw breaker games for wildcard or division will be reckoned towards the season win total.

 

10.3 First-Half Bets (5 innings):

 

10.3.1 All wagers on baseball first half (5 innings) will be defined on the in accordance with the result at the end of five complete innings.

 

10.3.2 If a game does not get to five complete innings, all first-half wagers (5 innings) will be canceled.

 

10.3.3 Once five complete innings have been finished, all bets on the first half (5 innings) will have action.

 

10.3.4 All first-half wagers (5 innings) must list both pitchers. If either of the listed pitchers does not start, bets on the first half (5 innings) will stand for cancellation.

 

10.4 Baseball Grand Salami

 

10.4.1 The Baseball Grand Salami will be determined by the total runs scored in all major-league events scheduled for that day.

 

10.4.2 All scheduled events must get to at least 9 innings (8.5 if the home team is in the lead). If any of scheduled events is canceled or stopped before the completion of its 8.5 innings, all bets on the Baseball Grand Salami will be canceled.

 

10.4.3 No pitchers will be listed for the Grand Salami; all bets will be considered as valid with no regards to the starting pitchers.

 

10.5 MLB Minor Leagues

 

10.5.1 In the double header is played between Team A and Team B and Kaya75 posts a reward for Team A vs. Team B for only one game, not marking this as either Game 1 or Game 2, this will be reckoned as a reward in game 1. If actually Game 1 has already started, this will be considered to be Game 2.

 

11. Ice Hockey
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11.1 Ice Hockey rules

 

11.1.1 All bets are settled according to regular time only without taking overtime or penalty shootouts into consideration.

 

Example:

 

The Hurricanes and Panthers are tied 3-3 after the regular time and proceed to overtime. The Hurricanes eventually win. The final score valid for wagering purposes is Hurricanes 3, Panthers 3.

 

11.1.2 If a betting market includes overtime, it will be clearly stated in the bet offer and clearly written on the ticket. Please revise your ticket with extra caution.

 

11.1.3 Penalty shootouts are explicitly considered a part of the overtime. If a penalty shootout occurs, the winner will be awarded an extra goal.

 

Example:

 

Spartak and Dynamo are tied 2-2 and proceed to a Shootout. Spartak wins the Shootout. For our line matching "Spartak including OT" vs. "Dynamo including OT", the final result for wagering purposes is Spartak 3, Dynamo 2.

 

11.1.4 Minimum time for action: Games must get past a minimum of 55 minutes for bets to have action. If a game is adjourned before 55 complete minutes having been played, all bets on the outcome of the game are refunded.

 

11.1.5 Minimum time for action on Periods: The period in question must be played in full for bets to have action. Otherwise, all bets placed on the period are refunded. Goals, scored during overtime or the shootout, are not considered towards bets placed on the 3rd period.

 

11.1.6 "Home Goals vs. Away Goals" and Grand Salami: The "Home Goals vs. Away Goals" and Grand Salami will be defined by the total amount of goals scored in all games scheduled in the certain league for the certain day. All scheduled games must be played for three full periods. If any scheduled game is canceled or discontinued before three full periods are completed, all bets on the "Home Goals vs. Away Goals" and the Grand Salami will be annulled.

 

12. Bandy
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12.1 Bandy rules

 

12.1.1. All bets, including in-play bets, are settled according to the final score at the end of the regular time. Extra time, golden goal and penalty shootouts are not included in full-time betting unless otherwise stated. (Specific markets for extra-time (ET) and penalty shootouts (PEN) may be available for betting).

 

12.1.2 If an event is postponed, adjourned or discontinued and is not resumed within a twelve-hour time frame of the scheduled start time, then all bets are rendered void, excluding those on markets which have unquestioningly been decided. Bets will also be counted as valid if the official score is determined by the relevant governing body.

 

12.1.3 First Half markets relate to the outcome of the first half. All bets will be rendered void if the first half is not completed.

 

13. Rugby League
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13.1 Rugby league

 

13.1.1. Unless otherwise stated, all full-time bets, including in-play bets, are settled based on 80 minutes of play (including any stoppage time added by the referee) but excluding extra time.

 

13.1.2 If a match is abandoned at any moment before 80 minutes are played, and is not resumed within 12 hours from the scheduled start time, all bets on the match are considered void, excluding bets that have been unconditionally determined. All bets will be considered valid also in the case where the official governing body determines the final outcome of the game.

 

13.1.3 First Half markets relate only to the outcome of the first half only. All bets will be rendered void if the first half is not completed.

 

14. Rugby Union
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14.1 Rugby Union rules

 

14.1.1 Unless otherwise stated, all full-time bets, including in-play bets, are settled based on the final result at the end of the game (including any stoppage time added by the referee) and including extra time.

 

14.1.2 If a match is abandoned at any moment before 80 minutes are played, and is not resumed within 12 hours from the scheduled start time, all bets on the match are considered void, excluding bets that have been unconditionally determined. All bets will be considered valid also in the case where the official governing body determines the final outcome of the game.

 

14.1.3 First Half markets relate only to the outcome of the first half only. All bets will be rendered void if the first half is not completed.

 

14.1.4 Additional markets may be offered (e.g. including Overtime or Shootout Winner) and the terms of these markets will be clearly declared in the title.

Note: Overtime will not be played during precursory round group matches so ties are feasible.

 

15. Table Tennis
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15.1 Table Tennis rules

 

15.1.1 Moneyline markets refer to the winner of the match or certain set. Handicap markets are based on either sets or points (please relate to market title); Over/Under and Odd/Even markets are based on points (unless otherwise declared).

 

15.1.2 If a player does not start a tournament or match then all bets on that player will be void.

 

15.1.3 If a player (or pairing) retires or is disqualified during an event then all bets will be void, excluding those on markets which have been settled unconditionally.

 

15.1.4 If an event is postponed or discontinued then all bets are still valid if the match starts over before the expiration of the twelve-hour time frame.

 

15.1.5 First Set Winner (Second, Third Set Winner etc.) refers to the outcome of the certain set. All bets will be void if the certain set is not finished.

 

16. Boxing/MMA
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16.1 Boxing/MMA rules

 

16.1.1 When the bell sounds to start the first round, the bout will be reckoned official for betting purposes, irrespective of the scheduled duration or title.

 

16.1.2 If the number of scheduled rounds in a fight is altered, the following bets will be valid: the fight winner, fighter wins only, and tie options. The propositions Fight Totals and Will or Will not go will be considered valid, if the updated number of scheduled rounds is greater than the total listed on the prop. Propositions for Exact Round of Ending, Fighter to Win by Knockout, Technical Knockout, Disqualification, Win by Decision or Technical Decision and Goes the Distance will be counted as no action if the scheduled rounds are changed or wrongly posted.

 

16.1.3 A fight is a Technical Draw when it ends before the allotted number of rounds are completed. This is usually because of an accidental head-butt or foul.

 

16.1.4 For betting purposes, a bet on a fighter to be the winner "Inside Distance" wins if the chosen fighter wins by KO, TKO, DQ, or a technical decision.

 

16.1.5 For betting purposes, a bet on a fighter to be the winner by "KO" wins if the chosen fighter wins by KO, TKO, or DQ.

 

16.1.6 Any fight that is considered as "no contest" will have all bets refunded.

 

16.1.7 If the betting offer on an event counts the tie as a third option and the match finishes with a tie, bets on the draw will be paid out, and other hand bets on both fighters will be lost. If the betting offer counts only the two boxers, with the tie either not offered or provided as a separate proposition, and the match ends with a tie, bets on either fighter will be refunded.

 

16.1.8. An Over/Under (total) market listed on a fight consists of the total amount of completed rounds. The halfway point of a round is at precisely one minute and thirty seconds within a three minute round. Thus, 9½ rounds would be one minute and thirty seconds of the 10th round. The halfway point of a two minute round is at the one minute mark. The halfway point of a five minute round is at the two minutes and thirty seconds mark.

 

16.1.9 Results will be determined on the grounds of the official score at ringside. Results are not official for betting purposes until authenticated by officials at the fighting venue. Official or unofficial sanctioning body overturns of a fight decision founded on appeal, suspension, lawsuit, drug testing result, or any other fighter sanction will not be considered for betting purposes.

 

16.1.10 Unless otherwise declared, matches must go within thirty days of the scheduled date for bets to be counted as valid.

 

16.1.11 In cases not mentioned the previous rules, the betting decision stated in the website Sports information service will be reckoned as official and binding.

 

17. Snooker and Pool
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17.1 Snooker and Pool

 

17.1. Moneyline and handicap markets refer to the winner of the match. Over/Under and Odd/Even markets are based on the number of frames/racks (unless otherwise declared).

 

17.1. 2 If a player does not start a tournament or a match then all bets on that player will be void.

 

17.1.3 If an event starts but is not finished then all bets are rendered void, excluding those on markets which have been settled unconditionally.

 

17.1.4 For individual frame markets Over/Under and Odd/Even markets relate to the total number of points scored in that same frame.

 

18. Golf
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18.1 Golf general rules

 

18.1.1. If the start of a round is postponed, or if play during a round is adjourned, all outstanding bets will remain valid for 48 hours. If the adjournment continues for more than 48 hours, then all outstanding wagers will be canceled and the stake amounts - refunded.

 

18.1.2. Bets placed on a golfer who does not participate in the tournament are defined as No Action, and all stake amounts will be refunded.

 

18.1.3. A golfer is reckoned to have played once he or she has teed off. In the event of a player retiring after having teed off, bets on that player will be considered lost.

 

18.1.4. Bets will be settled based on the official tournament and match results (inclusive of the final match correct score and individual match wagering). This involves a game that finishes prematurely, either by agreement of the players or due to an injury.

 

18.2 Outright Betting (Tournament Winner)

 

The "Field" involves all players not listed by name.

 

18.2.1 All outright bets are settled based on the player winning the trophy. The outcome of play-offs is considered.

 

18.2.2 If a tournament does not unfold to the specified amount of completed holes (basically 72) and is cut short by the tournament officials, the leader at the end of the amount of holes determined by the officials will be the winner, unless there is further play or only part of a round finished subsequently to a bet having been placed, in which case that bet will be considered for cancelling.

 

18.2.3 In the case where two or more golfers are tied for the lead at the end of regular time, a sudden death playoff is usually used to define the winner of the tournament. In this case, the winner of the playoff is the winner for betting purposes. All other golfers in the playoff will be determined as second-place finishers.

 

18.2.4 In case of a draw for a finishing position, the draw position will be considered; for instance, if five players draw for fifth place, all five will be considered to have finished fifth.

 

18.2.5 In number of tournaments, tournament officials may have the individuals play a certain amount of playoff holes to define the tournament winner. In such occasions, the golfer with the lowest score after completing the appointed amount of holes will be announced the winner, and all other golfers in the playoff will be determined as second-place finishers.

 

18.3 Golf Match-ups

 

18.3.1 In head-to-head match ups, both golfers must tee off in order for bets to have action.

 

18.3.2 Players are paired for betting purposes only. The player with the lower score over the entire tournament is considered the match-up winner.

 

18.3.3 Bets will be settled on the player accomplishing the highest placing at the end of the tournament. If the amount of rounds played has decreased, as in the occasion of bad weather, bets are valid, provided that a tournament winner is announced.

 

18.3.4 If one player misses the cut, the other player is considered to be the winner. If both players miss the cut, the lowest score after the cut has been made will define the winner.

 

18.3.5 If a player is disqualified or they retire, subsequently to their starting in the event, either before the completion of two rounds or after both of the players have made the cut, the other player is considered to be the winner.

 

18.3.6. If a player is disqualified during either the 3rd or 4th round, when the other player in the match bet has already missed the cut, the disqualified player will be reckoned the winner.

 

19. Badminton
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19.1 Badminton rules

 

19.1.1 Moneyline markets refer to the winner of the match or specified set. Handicap markets are based on either sets or points (please refer to market title); Over/Under and Odd/Even markets based on points (unless specified otherwise).

 

19.1.2 If a player does not start a tournament or match then all bets on that player will be void.

 

19.1.3 All bets will be void if a match has not been completed due to a player's retirement or disqualification, except bets that have already been settled unconditionally.

 

19.1.4 If an event is postponed or suspended then all bets are still considered valid if the match continues within twelve hours after the initial start time.

 

19.1.5 First Set Winner (Second, Third Set Winner etc.) refers to the outcome of the specified set. All bets will be considered void if the specified set is not finished.

 

19.1.6 Moneyline markets are bets that refer only to the winner of the event (match or set) as handicap bets can be based either on points or sets. Over/Under and Odd/Even bets relate to game points (if not specified otherwise).

 

19.1.7 In case a player does not start a match or a tournament all bets in connection with that player are considered void.

 

19.1.8 In the case of a player or a pairing is disqualified or cannot finish a game then all bets excluding the ones that have already been determined, are considered void.

 

19.1.9 In case a game is suspended or postponed all bets are counted as valid should the game continue within twelve hours after its original start.

 

19.1.10 First/Second/Third Set Winner bets relate only to the outcome of the specific set. In case the set is not completed or doesn’t start at all, all the bets are considered void.

 

20. Cricket
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All games should commence on the date scheduled (local time) in order for the bets to have effect.
Delayed or Abandoned matches are cancelled unless rearranged and played on the same date (local time) or stated otherwise in the rules. Exceptions are mare if the starting time on our website is not the right one. The aforementioned rules do not apply to “Test Matches” and “Two/Three/Four Day Matches”
In cases when the venue of a match is changed, the bets placed will remain and will assume that the home team is still assigned as such.
Bets will be cancelled if the home and away team for a particular event are reversed. 
The wagers will be settled according to the official governing body of the relevant match or competition.
For all 2 way markets push rules apply. One Day / Twenty20
 
In case of bad weather, matches will be governed by the official rules of the competition, with the exception of a match is being decided upon a bowl out or the toss of a coin, in which case all bets will be void. 
 
In the case when no specific price or state is quoted for the tie and the official competition rules determine a winner/progressing side, bets will be settled according to the official result.
Bets will be settled on the official result in competitions where a bowl out or super over determines a winner.
 
Test Matches / First-Class Matches
 
Bets will be active according to the official result in the case at which at least one ball has been bowled. All bets will be void if the match is abandoned due to outside interference.
 
1st 6 Over Runs
 
The bet will be void if the specific number of overs are not complete. Unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined.
 
1st 12 Over Runs
 
The bet will be void if the specific number of overs are not complete. Unless the team is all out, declares, reaches their target or settlement of the bet has already been determined.
 
Next Over Runs
 
The over that has been specified must be completed for bets to stand unless there has already been a settlement determined.
If innings end during an over then that over will be deemed to be complete unless the innings is ended due to external factors, including severe weather conditions, in which case all bets will be void, unless settlement has already been determined.
 
5 Over Run Bands
 
If the number of overs selected has been incomplete due to bad meteorological circumstances or some external factors, all bets will be void, unless there was already a statement of the bed.
If the selected overs number is more than the natural length of the innings.
The bets will stand if a team is all out in less than the selected overs or if it reaches their target, and if the natural length of the innings is less than the selected number of overs.
 
Top Bowler/Top Batsman
 
The innings that count are only the first ones. Bets will be void for players not selected in the starting 11 or designated as substitutes.
Bets on players that do not bat or field will be settled as losers. If two or more players end on an equal number of wickets, then the bowler with the least number of runs conceded will be assigned as winner.
Before the game is interrupted or all out, there is a minimum number of overs that should be played. Otherwise all bets will be void.
One day International – 20 overs
All Domestic 40 Over Competitions – 10 overs
All Domestic 50 Over Competitions – 20 overs
All Twenty20 Cup – 6 overs
10 Over Matches – 6 overs
Test Cricket – A minimum of 50 overs must be bowled unless All Out. Otherwise, the bets are void.
 
Total Match Sixes
 
Predict if the total number of sixes will be over or under a specific figure.
If due to bad weather or other delay the number of overs is being reduced, from that scheduled when the bet was struck, open bets on total match sixes in a Twenty 20 match will be void, if the reduction is by 3 or more overs and void in other limited overs matches, if the reduction is by 5 or more overs.
 
Only Sixes scored from the bat (off any delivery – legal or not) will count towards the total Sixes. Overthrows and extras do not count.
 
Next Over Wicket? (Yes/No)
 
Any wicket including run outs will count, because of settlement purposes.
A batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket.
If the batsman is retired or timed out, then the wicked is counted as to have taken place on the previous ball.
If Over is not completed and market is still not determined, then the bets will be void.
 
Next Over Odd/Even
 
Zero will be deemed to be an even number.
Bets will be void if over is not completed.
 
Fall of Next Wicket
 
If the batting team reaches the end of their allotted overs, reaches their target or declares before the specified wicket falls, the result will be the total amassed. 
A batsman retiring hurt does not count as a wicket because of settlement purposes.
In limited overs matches, bets will be void if it has not been possible to complete at least 80% of the scheduled overs in either innings due to external factors, unless settlement has already been determined, or goes on to be determined. 
Result will be considered determined if the line at which the bet was placed is passed, or the wicket in question falls. In drawn First Class matches, bets will be void if fewer than 200 overs have been bowled, unless settlement of the bet has already been determined.
 
Total Match Fours
Total Match Wides
Total Match Run Outs
 
Predict if the number of run outs will be over or under a specific figure.
If the intervention of rain or any other delay results in the number of overs being reduced from that scheduled, when the bet was struck all open bets on total match run outs in a Twenty 20 match will be void if the reduction is by 3 or more overs and void in other limited overs matches if the reduction is by 5 or more overs.
 
Man Of The Match
 
Bets are set on the man of the match that has been officially declared. 
 
To Win The Toss
 
Means to predict which team will win the coin toss at the beginning of a game.
 
Innings Runs
 
If Duckworth-Lewis method (D / L) is called into play and the runs for one of the teams are being reduced – market will be valid for settlement.
In One Day matches – bets will be cancelled in the case of intervention of rain or any other circumstance that may cause a delay results in the number of overs being reduced by 5 or more from the originally scheduled, unless the market is already determined.
Twenty20 matches – there will be a cancellation of bets if the intervention of rain or any other delay results in the number of overs is being reduced by 3 or more from the originally scheduled, unless the market is already determined.
 
Highest Individual Score
 
Minimum number of Overs must be played, otherwise all bets will be void:
Twenty20 matches – full 20 overs for each Team;
One Day matches – at least 40 overs for each Team;
Test & First-Class matches – whole match counts; if game is drawn there must be minimum of 200 overs bowled for settlement
 
Highest Opening Partnership
 
Predict which team will score more runs on their 1st Partnership. Once 1 ball has been bowled in each team’s 1st innings, bets stand.
 
Wickets Lost In "X" Runs
 
The settlement is being determined according to the number of wickets lost by the time a specific score is reached.
If a team declares or reaches their targer or the quoted score is otherwise not reached, then the wickets lost at that time will be the market result.
Test Matches and First-Class Matches – All bets will stand irrespective of delays caused by rain or for any other reason.
 
One-Day Matches – Bets will be cancelled if the intervention of rain and any other delay results in the number of overs being reduced by 5 overs or more than that scheduled when the bets were struck unless settlement of bets is already determined.
Twenty20 Matches – Bets will be cancelled if the intervention of rain or any other delay results in the number of overs being reduced by 3 or more than that scheduled when the bets were struck unless there is a determined settlement of bets.
 
Most Match Sixes
 
Predict which team will score most Sixes in the game. If a match is abandoned before needed Overs for different types of Matches have been reached, all bets will be cancelled. The whole match counts in Test and County Championship.
 
Bets will be void, unless a minimum of 200 overs is bowled in test drawn games. 
In 20 matches there must be 20 overs scheduled and an official result.
In One Day matches where the overs have been reduced and the outcome has not been determined yet, bets will be void.
For settlement purposes this is all deliveries from which a batsman is credited with exactly six runs (including All-run/Overthrows). 
In matches decided by a Super Over, sixes hit during the super over will not be counted due to settlement purposes.
 
Player To Score Most Sixes
 
Bets placed on a player not in the starting 11 will be cancelled.
The minimum number of overs must be scheduled, otherwise all bets will be cancelled, unless there is an already determined settlement.
If one or more six is scored, bets on players who are selected but do not bat will be settled as losers.
In matches where the Super-Over is conclusive, sixes hit during the Super-Over will not count for settlement purposes. Bets will be void if no Sixes are scored.
Twenty20 Matches - The full 20 overs for each team.
One Day Matches - At least 40 overs for each team.
 
1st Wicket Method
 
Predict how the first wicket in the game will be scored. 
All bets will be void if the game is abandoned before a wicket is scored or if there isn’t a wicket scored in the whole match.
The available options are: LBW, Caught, Bowled, Run Out, Stumped and Any Other (includes Sent Off/Retired Out).
 
A Fifty/Hundred Score In Match
 
The minimum number of overs below must be scheduled, and there must be an official result (Duckworth - Lewis counts) otherwise all bets will be cancelled, unless settlement is already decided.
Twenty20 Matches - The full 20 overs for each team
One Day Matches - At least 40 overs for each team
Test and First Class Matches - The whole match counts. In drawn matches there must be a minimum of 200 overs bowled
 
Most Run Outs
 
Predict which team will create most run-outs whilst fielding. All bets will be void if a match is abandoned.
If the overs in a match are reduced and the match result is reached, then the team with the most run-outs whilst fielding regardless of the number of overs bowled will be the winner.
 
In matches determined by a Super Over any run out during the Super Over will not count for settlement purposes. In Test Matches and First-Class Matches all innings of the match will count.
 
1st Over Total Runs
 
Predict the total runs scored during the 1st over of the match. Included will be extras and penalty runs. Bets will be void if 1st Over is not completed.
 
1st Innings Score
 
No matter which team bats first, prices will be offered for the number of runs scored during the first innings of the match. 
Unless the settlement is already determined, the following minimum number of overs must be scheduled, otherwise they will be void.
Twenty20 Matches - The full 20 overs for each team.
One Day Matches - At least 40 overs for each team.
 
Test and First-Class Matches – Declarations will be considered the end of an innings for settlement purposes. In the event of the 1st innings being forfeited all bets will be void. In the event of an innings not being completed due to outside interference or bad weather all bets will be void unless settlement is already determined.
 
1st Innings Lead
 
Both teams must complete their first innings for bets to be active (including declarations). Dead-heat rules apply.
Runs At Fall Of 1st Wicket
Predict the number of runs in the game at which the first Wicket will fall. If the match is abandoned before the fall of first Wicket, or if there is no Wicket at all in the game, then bets will be void unless bet is already determined.
 
Dismissal Method
 
Predict the method by which the first/next Batsman will be taken out. All bets will be void if there are no Wickets in the game or after the bet has been placed in Live Betting.
Method of Dismissal 2-Way: The options available are: Caught and Not Caught. If no further wickets fall all bets will be void.
Method of Dismissal 6-Way: The available options are: Caught, Bowled, LBW, Run Out, Stumped or Any Other (includes Sent Off/Retired Out). All bets will be void if no further wickets fall.
 
Odd/Even
 
Predict if the number showing the sum of all runs scored in the relevant period (Match, Innings, Over) will be odd or even.
For settlement purposes there will be Extras and Penalty runs included. All bets on the relevant period will be void if it is not finished.
 
Total Runs In Match O/U
 
Predict if the number of runs in the relevant period (Innings, Over) will be over or under a given number. All bets will be void if the relevant period is not finished.
Unless a settlement is already determined, the following minimum number of overs must be scheduled otherwise all bets are void.
Twenty20 Matches - The full 20 overs for each team.
One Day Matches - At least 40 overs for each team.
 
Test and First-Class Matches - The whole match counts. There must be a minimum of 200 overs bowled in draw matches.
 
Race To 10 Runs
 
Predict which will be the player to score first 10 Runs in the game.
All bets will be void if all the listed players stop batting. 
 
Bets stand no matter which of the players starts batting first. 
Option Neither is the winner if neither of the listed players reaches 10 Runs.
If a game is abandoned before any of the listed players reaches 10 Runs, and if both players are Out, option Neither will be the winner. Otherwise, bets will be void.
 
Total Match Sixes
 
Predict if the number of sixes scored during the match will be over or under a given number.
Push Rules apply. All bets will be void if a match is abandoned before the needed Overs for different types of matches have been reached.
The whole match counts in Test and County Championships. 
Bets will be void if a minimum of 200 overs is not bowled in drawn games.
 
In Twenty20 matches the match must be scheduled for the full 20 overs and there must be an official result.
Bets will be void in One Day matches where the number of overs has been reduced and the outcome has not been determined yet.
For the purpose of the settlement this is all deliveries from which a batsman is credited with exactly six runs (including All-run/Overthrows).
Sixes hit during the Super-Over will not count for settlement purposes in matches decided by a Super-Over.
 
Team With Highest 1st 6/10/15 Overs Score
 
Predict which team will have the higher score after 1st 6/10/15 Overs. Push Rules apply. If either team does not complete the number of overs stated or bet is not already determined, then the bets will be void. In the event of a tie, bets will also be void.
 
If the number of overs stated are not completed by each team, bets will be void unless the bet is already determined. Bets will be void in the event of a tie.
 
Batsman Matches
 
Predict which Batsman will score more runs in the game. Push rules apply. Only the first innings count for settlement purposes in Test and County championship matches. If each Batsman has face d at least one ball, bets will stand.
 
Outright
 
Predict the winner of the league. Unless otherwise stated, bets are settled on the final position of the league.
 
To Win Pool
 
Predict the team which will finish top at their Pool. 
 
Finalists
 
Predict which will be the two teams that will play in the Final of the Tournament.
 
Stage Of Elimination
 
Predict at which stage of the Tournament a certain team will be eliminated.
 
To Reach The Final
 
Predict if a team is going to reach the final of the Tournament or not.
 
Fall of Next Wicket
 
Predict if the next wicket will fall before or after a certain amount of runs have been scored.
Bets will be void if the wicket stated does not fall unless a winning market has already been established.
If a player retires hurt all bets struck on that wicket are carried over onto the next partnership until a wicket falls.
 
Three/Four/Five Day Matches
 
A minimum of 50 overs must be bowled unless All Out or team declares. Unless settlement of bets is already determined, bets are void. If innings are being forfeited, all bets will be void.
 

 

21. Esports
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21.1 General Esports Betting Rules

 

21.1.1 The start dates and times displayed on our website for eSport matches are an indication only and are not guaranteed to be correct. If a match is suspended or postponed, and not resumed within 48 hours from the actual scheduled start time, then wagers on the match will have no action and be refunded. The exception being any wager on whether a team/player advances in a tournament, or wins the tournament, will have action regardless of a suspended or postponed match.

21.1.2. If the name of a player/team is misspelled, all bets will stand unless it is obvious it is the wrong object.

21.1.3. If in an official match a player plays with the wrong nickname or on a smurf-account, the result is still valid unless it is evident that it is not the player that was supposed to play that match.

21.1.4. All wagers will be settled using the official result as declared by the relevant governing body of the competition concerned.

21.1.5. If a draw option has not been made available, then extra time will count, if played.

21.1.6. Handicap betting (Advantage): Handicapping is a way of making a sports contest more even and thus more interesting as a betting object. In eSports betting, this is done by awarding one of the teams/players, the underdog, some maps/rounds ahead. A spread in eSports can be Rounds/Maps or other counting measures dependent on the game: in Counter-Strike the spread will be rounds won, and in Dota 2 or Starcraft 2 the spread would be maps.

21.1.7. Total Betting: A total in eSports can be Rounds/Maps or other counting measures dependent on the game. The total will only be referred to as the total.

21.1.8. If a match is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all bets on the outcome will have action and will be validated based on the official declared winner. All bets on the spread or total will be canceled and monies refunded. Counter-Strike matches are exceptions to this rule, for which all moneyline, spread and total bets are canceled if a team retires or is disqualified before all scheduled map rounds are played.

21.1.9. Should a player/team withdraw before a tournament begins, or retire during a tournament, bets on that player/team to win the tournament, or to advance in tournament, will be canceled and monies refunded.

21.1.10. If the respective player/team withdraws before the tournament begins while being listed as “must start”, then wagers on whether a player/team advances in a tournament or wins the tournament, will have no action and monies refunded – this applies to all players/teams participant in the tournament.

21.1.11. If the announced number of maps/rounds is changed all bets on the handicap or total are canceled. Bets on the moneyline (outcome of the match) have action.

21.1.12. If a player/team is given a walkover on at least one map, all wagers on the moneyline, spread and totals will be canceled and monies refunded.

21.1.13. Live Betting: In live betting, if a map is replayed due to a draw, disconnect or similar reasons, all live wagers on the respective map will be canceled. The replay of the map will be treated as a separate game.

 

21.2 Specific esports games rules

 

21.2.1. Dota 2 –

Betting on Dota 2:

  • Bets placed on "First blood". This bet wins if the specified team scores the first frag of the match.
  • "Roshan" bets This bet wins if the team specified is the first to kill Roshan (a non-player creature). If no team destroys the non-player creature indicated in the bet title, then bets are returned.
  •  If an event loses its ranking status, then bets shall be returned.
  • If a "Random battle" match loses its ranking status, then bets shall be returned.
  • If for any reason the match was not completed or was interrupted and was later resumed with a score of 0-0, then bets shall be returned.
  • The final match score is determined by the score shown on the screen after the fall of the throne.
  • The first team to destroy the enemy throne shall be declared the winner, regardless of the current frag score.


21.2.2. League of Legends –

Betting on League of Legends:

  • "Dragon", "Baron" or "Harold" bets. These bets win if the team specified is first to kill the specific NPC on the map. If no team destroys the non-player creature indicated in the bet title, then bets are returned.
  • The match format is determined by the tournament rules. A match can comprise of one, three or five games.
  • Bets on the total number of frags are calculated according to the number of champions destroyed. The killing of minions or monsters, as well as the killing of champions by minions or monsters, is not taken into account in the current match score.
  • The first team to destroy the enemy Nexus is declared the winner, regardless of the current frag score.
  •  If a technical break during the game lasts for more than 30 minutes, then the match results are canceled and the match restarts at the Pick and Ban phase. The match is deemed invalid and bets placed on it are subject to return.
  • If one of the team's players cannot continue to participate in the match because of health problems and his team is awarded a technical defeat in accordance with the rules of the tournament, then bets will not be returned.
  • If a team exceeds the 10-minute limit for solving technical problems during a pause, then that team shall be awarded a technical defeat in accordance with the tournament rules and the statistics of the match shall not be counted. The event is deemed invalid and bets placed on it are subject to return


21.2.3. CS:GO –

 Betting on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive:

  • The frag total is calculated according to the number of characters killed. Frags committed after the actual end of a round, player suicide, and "friendly kills" (where a player kills a member of his own team) are all taken into account.
  • Bets placed on "Bomb planted" with the options "Yes" or "No". This bet wins if the specified team plants a bomb in a certain round.
  • In the case of a draw (15-15), six additional rounds shall be played as overtime. An overtime win is awarded to the first team to win four rounds (out of six). In case of a draw (18-18) at the end of overtime, an additional six rounds are to be played.
  • In some cases, the final match score may be recorded as equal (a draw) in accordance with the rules of the tournament or by the decision of a panel of judges.
  • If a match is interrupted due to a player's refusal to participate or his disqualification, then the opposing team shall be declared the winner. In this case, points are added to the other team's score to hand them the map or match win.  For example: if the map score in a match is 13-16, 8-8 at the time the game stops, then the final score will be recorded as 13-16, 16-8, 16-0.
  • A match is considered to have started when the first frag is made in the pistol round.
  •  If one of the teams started the match with an advantage on the basis of a technical decision or rule, then all bets are subject to cancellation, except where information about the advantage was specified ahead of the event.
  • If there is a change to the match format (the number of maps, rounds, etc.), then bets are subject to cancellation, except for bets placed on completed positions
  • Bets placed on specific maps are subject to be returned, only in the case where not a single round was played on them.
  •  A server restart following a technical malfunction that causes a simulation of the match situation on the map at the time of the restart and a change to the round or match score cannot be considered as a basis for the cancellation of bets.


21.2.4. Overwatch –

Betting on Overwatch

  • In the event of a map draw in the match (2-2), an additional game shall be played on one map. The winning team will be declared based on the result of the additional game and will receive an additional point.
  • In case of an interruption to the match due to a refusal to participate or the disqualification of one of the participants, the opposing team shall be declared the winner. In this case, points are added to the other team's score to award them the map or match win.   For example:if the score was 1-1 at the time the match was stopped, then the final match score will be 2-1.
  •  If the final result of the match cannot be established, then the bet shall be returned. Bets on finished positions shall be settled. The match is considered to have started after the first frag.
  •  If for whatever reason (players failing to show up or not being ready, etc.) a team cannot start the match within the regulated time resulting in a technical defeat according to the tournament rules, then the event is considered not to have been held, and all bets shall be returned.
  •  If there is a change to the match format (the number of maps, rounds, etc.), then bets are subject to cancellation, except for bets placed on completed positions.
  • A change in the number of team players (due to disconnects, DDoS attacks, etc.) cannot be considered as grounds for returning bets.
  • If the match (or game on the map) has started but has not been completed, all bets are subject to return if they were not calculated by this time.

 

21.2.5. Rainbow Six Siege –

Bets on Rainbow Six Siege

Match format:- one map match

  • the game continues till 7 wins by rounds (draw in case of a 6:6 score);
  • 3 and 5 maps matches – in case of a 6:6 score an extra round is assigned to determine the winner.
  • The match is considered to have been started after the first frag.
  • A change in the number of players, and their substitution in the teams (because a player got disconnected from the server due to a DDoS attack,   etc.) is not a reason for canceling bets.
  •  All settlement includes Overtime, unless the Draw participant is quoted for a specific market, in which case settlement will be based on regulation time only.

 

21.2.6. Starcraft 2 –

Bets on StarCraft II

  • StarCraft II match bets are accepted on the map winner and match winner.

 

21.2.7. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds 

Betting on PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

  • Round Winner: Settlement will be based on the team that finishes first in the specified Round, regardless of Kill Score.

Additional rules for cyber sports we offer – those are in matter of change when we lunch our own cyber sport project (for now we are working on Football and Basketball)

 

21.2.8. Betting on cyber football (FIFA computer game)

  • All football bet types are accepted for cyber football matches (FIFA, Pro Evolution Soccer video games). Settlement rules correspond to the rules for the settlement of football bets. All cyber football matches are considered unofficial matches.
  • "FIFA EuroLeague" and "FIFA World League" virtual tournaments take place in the form of seasons. Match format (game settings):
  • Two halves of six minutes;
  • "Amateur" difficulty level;
  • Round robin (24 teams) in two legs (home/away);
  • EuroLeague clubs take part in the "FIFA EuroLeague" tournament;
  • national teams take part in the "FIFA World League" tournament.
  • If a team does not have a home stadium, then the match is held at Wembley Stadium. If a match did not take place for technical reasons, then it must be played within the next 24 hours. If the match is not played within 24 hours, then bets shall be canceled and returned and the home team shall be awarded a technical defeat with a score of 0-3.
  • The "FIFA World Cup" virtual tournament. Match format (game settings):
  • Two halves of seven minutes;
  • "Beginner" difficulty level.
  • Bets on replayed matches are accepted in the same way as bets are usually accepted on an event. Bets on tournament metrics remain active.
  • Liga Pro 1x1 cyber football tournaments are held with the following game settings:
  • 6-minute halves;
  • Legendary difficulty level;
  • Ultimate Team.
  • Liga Pro tournaments and other tournaments (1x1, 2x2, or 11x11) are held according to the regulations established by the organizers.
  • In the event of a loss of connection (issues) with Ultimate Team servers (inability to log into FIFA Ultimate Team or create a match in FIFA Ultimate Team mode) for two or more hours, the organizer reserves the right to hold the remaining tournament in matches "Quick match" – "Classic match" mode using preset settings "85 Overall On".
  • Participants choose teams, logos and names assigned to them in League Pro tournaments. The ratings of all virtual players will be equal to 85.
  • If a player knowingly disrupts the connection in an attempt to change the results or gain an advantage in the game based on the loss of connection, they shall be awarded a technical loss.
  • If there is a connection error, the match is recreated with the score saved and starts from the minute at which the disconnection occurred.

 

21.2.9. Betting on cyber hockey (NHL computer game)

  • All types and kinds of bets accepted on hockey matches are also accepted on cyber hockey (NHL computer game) matches. The rules of calculation comply with the rules for calculating bets on hockey
  • Match format (game settings):
  • NHL 17:
  • 3 periods of 4 minutes without overtime;
  • Semi-Pro difficulty level;
  • "Competitive style" game mode.
  • NHL 20:
  • 3 periods of 4 minutes without overtime;
  • Superstar difficulty setting;
  • "Traditional style" game mode.
  • If a match is canceled, the away team is awarded a win with a score of 0-3.
  • Liga Pro cyber hockey tournaments are held with the following game settings:
  • 4-minute periods;
  • Superstar difficulty setting;
  • Ultimate Team.
  • Liga Pro tournaments and other tournaments are held according to the regulations established by the organizers.

 

21.2.10 Betting on cyber basketball (NBA computer game)

  • All types and kinds of bets accepted on basketball matches are also accepted on cyber basketball (NBA computer game) matches. The rules of calculation comply with the rules for calculating bets on basketball 
  • The match format (game settings) for season matches between NBA teams, exhibition matches and NBA retro team matches:
  • Four quarters of 12 minutes each with five minutes of overtime;
  • "All-Star" difficulty level.
  • Match format (game settings) for season matches between EuroLeague clubs and exhibition matches:
  • Four quarters of 10 minutes each with four minutes of overtime;
  • "Custom" difficulty level.
  • Match format (game settings) for friendly matches between national and mixed teams:
  • Four quarters of 10 minutes each with four minutes of overtime;
  • "All-Star" difficulty level.
  • If a match is canceled, a win shall be awarded to the away team and recorded in the statistics:
  • for NBA teams – a score of 100-70;
  • for EuroLeague clubs – a score of 90-60.
  • 3x3 cyber basketball tournaments are held in the following format (game settings):
  • by 1 and 2 points (when playing in one hoop) and by 2 and 3 points (when playing in two hoops);
  • 40 seconds per team attack;
  • game ends if one of the teams scores 21 points (or more) with a margin of at least 2 points.
  • In the event that connection is lost and then reconnected, the match continues with the previous score. If the match is not finished within 3 hours, the bets on the stopped game are settled based on the general bet settlement rules on the interrupted events

 

21.2.11. Betting on cyber tennis (AO International Tennis computer game)

  • All types and kinds of bets accepted on tennis matches are also accepted on cyber tennis (AO International Tennis computer game) matches. The rules of calculation comply with the rules for calculating bets on tennis
  • Virtual ATP Tour and WTA Tour tournaments are held in seasons. Match format (game settings) for season and exhibition matches:
  • three sets;
  • tie-break in the deciding third set in the event of an even score;
  • surfaces: grass, clay or hard;
  • "World Class" difficulty level.

 

21.2.12. Betting on cyber volleyball

  • All types and categories of bets on volleyball are accepted on cyber volleyball matches (Spike Volleyball computer game). Settlement Rules correspond to the rules for the settlement of volleyball bets
  • Match format (game settings):
  • set to 25 points
  • tie break to 15
  • first to 3 wins.

 

21.2.13. Betting on cyber rugby

  • For cyber rugby matches (Rugby Challenge 3 computer game), all types of rugby bets are accepted. Settlement rules correspond to the rules for the settlement of rugby bets
  • The "Rugby Challenge. Top League" virtual tournament is held by season. Match format (game settings):
  • round system with 4 rounds;
  • 2 halves of 10 minutes, no overtime;
  • Easy difficulty setting.
  • If a match is canceled, the match is counted as a draw with a score of 0-0.
22. Cycling
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22.1.General rules

All bets are settled on the results published by the official race governing body and taking into account any enquiries/jury-decisions made within 24 hours, of the respective stage start time. Beyond this time frame, subsequent enquiries, disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets. For multi-stage events, in the event of stages being cancelled, then the official standings after the last completed stage will be used for settlement purposes, providing one stage is completed in full. Where Overall markets are revised in between stages, any bets placed after the final completed stage will be void.

22.2. Individual Stage/Outright Betting/Rider Finishing Position

Participants must pass the starting line of the respective event/stage for bets to stand. Otherwise bets will be void and stakes returned.
For Team Classification markets, settlement is based on final standings in time based classifications (should there be more than one Team Competition in a specified event).

22.3. Match-Ups

Match-ups will be settled upon the cyclist achieving the highest placing in the specified event/stage. In the event of one or both cyclists not passing the starting line then bets will be deemed void. If both cyclists start but fail to finish a specific event/stage then bets will be deemed void. If both cyclists start a specific event/stage and only one fails to finish then the cyclist who completes the specific event/stage will be deemed the winner.

22.4. Settlement of Wagers

Statistics provided by the official score(s) provider or the official website of the relevant competition or fixture will be used to settle wagers. Where statistics from an official score(s) provider or official website are not available or there is significant evidence that the official score(s) provider or official website is incorrect, we will use independent evidence to support bet settlement.
In the absence of consistent, independent evidence or in the presence of significant conflicting evidence, bets will be settled based on our own statistics.

22.5. Event Specials

The specified event must be completed in full (statutory number of stages), otherwise bets will be void unless the result is already determined:-
Cyclist Number of Stage Wins - in the event a cyclist not starting the specified event, bets will be deemed void.
Cyclist To Finish in Top 3 - in the event a cyclist not starting the specified event, bets will be deemed void.
Number of Finishers - the scheduled number of teams must start the specified event for bets to stand.

Number of riders to wear Yellow Jersey - the scheduled number of teams must start the specified event for bets to stand

23. Speedway
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23.1. Team/Club Speedway

Pre Game - If match is abandoned before full completion of meeting then all bets stand assuming the running of the match would not have affected the result, or the event is rescheduled/resumes within 24 hours, otherwise bets are void. For Handicap after Heat 8 betting, the first 8 heats of the specified fixture must be completed in full for bets to stand. Ride-offs do not count. If a match is postponed prior to its scheduled start date/time then bets will be void unless it is rescheduled to start within 24 hours.

All markets will be settled based on the result after the completion of the final heat (league fixtures) or podium presentation (Individual/Grand Prix competitions). Subsequent appeals, disqualifications and point deductions do not count. Where Team Match-Ups are offered, settlement will be based on final standings including Knockout Stages and/or Extra Rides.

In-Play - If match is abandoned before full completion of meeting then all bets on the match (including Winning Margin) will be void unless the running of the match would not have affected the result. For Handicap after Heat 8 betting, the first 8 heats of the specified fixture must be completed in full for bets to stand. Ride-offs do not count. If a match is postponed prior to its scheduled start date/time then bets will be void unless it is rescheduled to start within 24 hours.

All markets will be settled based on the result after the completion of the final heat (league fixtures) or podium presentation (Individual/Grand Prix competitions). Subsequent appeals, disqualifications and point deductions do not count. Where Team Match-Ups are offered, settlement will be based on final standings including Knockout Stages and/or Extra Rides.

Elite League - Includes end of season playoffs.

23.2 Settlement of Wagers

Statistics provided by the official score(s) provider or the official website of the relevant competition or fixture will be used to settle wagers. Where statistics from an official score(s) provider or official website are not available or there is significant evidence that the official score(s) provider or official website is incorrect, we will use independent evidence to support bet settlement.

In the absence of consistent, independent evidence or in the presence of significant conflicting evidence, bets will be settled based on our own statistics.

 

24. Winter Sports
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24.1. Sports:

Alpine Skiing
Biathlon
Bobsleigh
Cross-Country Skiing
Freestyle Skiing
Luge

Nordic Combined
Skating
Skeleton
Ski Jumping
Snowboarding

24.2. Overall Markets (including Outright/Podium; excluding Winning Margin)

For multi-stage events, for example Cross-Country Skiing - Tour de Ski, Ski Jumping – 4 Hills; settlement will be based on the official final ranking published by the governing body, irrespective of whether or not all scheduled events are held, providing one stage is completed in full. Where Overall markets are revised in between stages, bets placed after the final completed stage will be void.

24.3. Event Markets (including Outright/Podium/Winning Continent/Winning Nationality)

All bets are settled on the official results/rankings of the International Ski Federation (FIS), the International Skating Union (ISU), the International Biathlon Union (IBU), the Official Olympic Committee or any official body deemed to have such authority for competitions and take into account any enquiries/jury-decisions made within 24 hours, of the respective event start time. Beyond this time frame, subsequent enquiries, disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets.

If the conditions of a specific event are changed from those originally listed by the official governing body then bets will be void, unless settlement of the bet(s) is already determined. This includes:-

Altered official distance (excluding Alpine Skiing). (Note: for Cross-Country and Biathlon bets will be void if the official (listed) distance is changed, but will stand if the actual course distance is changed).

Fewer rounds or order of events, with the exception of Ski Jumping events, where results will stand for markets providing one round is completed in full (including if the event/round is subject to a re-start, but excluding Winning Margin - see below rule). Specifically for In-Play Ski Jumping, if an event is abandoned during the 2nd round, meaning that 1st round results become the official event result; then any bets placed after the completion of the 1st round will be void.

If a specific event (determined as: after a final competitor list is known) is suspended or postponed bets remain valid provided that the event is completed on the same run/same venue within 36 hours (with the exception of Winter Olympic events). If the event takes place on a different run/venue bets will be made void and stakes returned.

Participants must pass starting line/gate for bets to stand otherwise bets will be void and stakes returned. In the case of a competitor withdrawing/being disqualified prior to the specific event a Rule 4 (Deductions) may be applied to bets. Bets on any participant who takes part in qualifying for a specified event but then fails to qualify for the main Round(s) will be classed as losers.

For settlement purposes the result is at the time of the podium presentation. Subsequent disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets.

Specifically for Nordic Combined betting, if the results of the provisional competition round are used for the start of the cross country race, all event bets are void.

Round/Jump 1 Markets In-Play - If an event is abandoned prior to the completion of Round 1 then bets will be void, unless settlement of the bet(s) is already determined.

If an event re-starts during the 1st Round/Jump, all bets placed on markets offered In-Play prior to the re-start will be void, unless settlement of the bet(s) is already determined.

24.4. Winning Margin

Bets will be settled on the winning intervals/ranges listed by an event's official governing body. If the conditions of a specific event are changed from those originally listed by the official governing body then bets will be void, e.g. shorter course distances/fewer rounds or jumps/order of events.

If two or more participant’s dead-heat for first place, the winning margin will be determined as the winning interval/range between first place and the next finishing position. E.g. Two participants tie for first place, the winning margin will be the interval/range between those and the participant in third place.

24.5. 1st Leg Podium Finish Yes/No

Offered for Biathlon and Cross Country Relay events. Participants must start the specified leg, otherwise bets are void. Settlement will be based on official rank at the end of the specified leg as provided by www.biathlonresults.com and www.fis-ski.com, with the term ‘podium’ relating to positions 1st, 2nd and 3rd of the aforementioned ranking. If an event is abandoned prior to the completion of Leg 1 then bets will be void. Subsequent disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets.

24.6. Medal Specials

The quoted athlete must start at least one race (in the specified competition e.g. Olympics) for bets to stand (qualifying counts as started). Unless otherwise stated team medals count.

24.7. Settlement of Wagers

Statistics provided by the official score(s) provider or the official website of the relevant competition or fixture will be used to settle wagers. Where statistics from an official score(s) provider or official website are not available or there is significant evidence that the official score(s) provider or official website is incorrect, we will use independent evidence to support wager settlement.

In the absence of consistent, independent evidence or in the presence of significant conflicting evidence, wagers will be settled based on our own statistics.

25. Motorsports
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FORMULA ONE RACING

 

25.1. General

All race bets are settled on the official classification from the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), the sport's governing body, at the time of the podium presentation.

25.2. Driver’s Championship

Each participant is priced to be the top driver over the Formula 1 season in accordance with Drivers Championship standings, and rules as specified by the FIA. Each-way terms apply.

25.3. Constructors Championship

Each participant is priced to be the top constructor over the Formula 1 season in accordance with Constructors Championship standings, and rules as specified by the FIA. Each-way terms apply.

25.4. Match Betting/Group Betting

Two drivers or constructors may be paired/put in a group for betting purposes and prices offered on which of them will finish in a higher position in the Drivers/Constructors Championship standings, as specified by the FIA, and in accordance with their official rules. Minimum 16 races must take place for bets to stand.

25.5. Individual Team Points/Team Handicap Matchups for Season/Team Season Specials

All bets are action regardless of driver changes. Minimum 16 races must be raced for bets to stand.

25.6. First Podium/Points/Win/Non-Podium Finish

Predict the first Grand Prix in which the specified driver will Finish on the Podium/Finish in the Points/Win a Race/Not have a Podium Finish. All races must take place in the specified order. Specified driver must take part in qualifying for bets to stand. Specified driver does not have to finish the race for bets to stand.

25.7. Most Race Wins/Pole Positions/Fastest Laps/Podium Finishes

Markets are settled based on results over the whole season. For settlement purposes official results from the FIA count, (including any result changes imposed by the FIA at the time of the podium presentation for the last race of the season). Dead-heat rules may apply.

25.8. Individual Grand Prix Betting

All drivers who start the formation lap are deemed as runners. The podium positions will be used to determine 1st, 2nd and 3rd for betting purposes.

25.9. Qualification Markets

Official qualifying times as recorded by the FIA will be used for settlement. For Fastest Qualifier and Qualifying Session 3 Winning Car markets, times recorded in the third session only count. If for some reason the third session does not take place we will settle on the official grid as formed by the FIA. Grid position penalties / subsequent disqualifications do not apply for settlement purposes. However, qualifying time penalties (as specified by the FIA) will. Drivers must start the first session of qualifying for bets to stand. For fastest in qualifying session 1 and 2, drivers must start the specified session of qualifying for bets to stand. If bets on any Qualification market are placed after the outcome is determined (as a result of criteria used by the FIA to form the official grid being amended) then bets will be void.

25.10. Fastest in Practice Session One/Two/Three

Bets will be settled on the official FIA classification. Any driver who goes onto the track during the specified session of practice will be deemed a runner.

25.11. Start of the Race

The start of any race is defined as the signal to start the formation lap.

25.12. Finish in the Points/Podium Finish

The result for settlement is at the time of the podium presentation. Subsequent disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets.

25.13. Highest Finishing Position

If both drivers fail to complete the race then the driver completing the most laps will be deemed the winner. If both drivers retire on the same lap then bets will be settled on the official classification at the time of podium presentation

25.14. Finishing Position Markets

If both drivers fail to complete the race then the driver completing the most laps will be deemed the winner. If both drivers retire on the same lap then bets will be settled on the official classification at the time of podium presentation.

25.15. Winning Car

All cars will be deemed as runners. The podium positions will be used to determine 1st, 2nd and 3rd for betting purposes.

25.16. Fastest Lap

The official FIA result at the time of the podium presentation for the race will be used.

25.17. First Race Win

All races must take place in the specified order otherwise bets are void. Specified driver must take part in qualifying for bets to stand.

25.18. Team Match-Ups

Settlement will be based on the team accumulating the most points at the end of a specified race.

 

 

 

SUPERCARS

 

25.19. General

All race bets are settled on the official classification as defined by the official race organisers, at the time of the podium presentation. This will not be affected by any subsequent enquiries.

25.20. Qualification Markets

Official qualifying times recorded by the official race organisers will be used for settlement. Grid position penalties / subsequent disqualifications do not apply for settlement purposes. However, qualifying time penalties will. All Qualification Markets include the Top 10 shootout, where applicable.

25.21. Lap of First Retirement

Settlement will be based on the official results as defined by the official race organisers, at the time of the podium presentation. Settlement will be based upon the number of completed laps a driver has achieved, so they would have retired on the next lap e.g. if the number of completed laps is 3 then the driver is deemed to have retired on lap 4. If no retirement takes place for a specified race, stakes will be returned.

25.22. Fastest in Practice Session

Official lap times as recorded by the official race organisers will be used for settlement. Drivers must record a lap time in the specified session of practice for bets to stand.

25.23 Winning Margin

Bets will be settled on the official timings published at the time of the podium presentation.

25.24. Number of Drivers to Finish

Settled on the number of drivers classed as finishers in the relevant official classification.

 

NASCAR/BUSCH RACING

 

25.25. Outright Race Betting

The Field includes any driver who is not listed. Any drivers who do not qualify for the race will be deemed no action. The race must be run within one week of the scheduled off time for there to be action. The official Nascar winner of the race shall be the winner of the race for wagering purposes (this includes all races which are halted prematurely for any reason).

25.26. Leader After ‘X’ Laps

For settlement purposes, the winner is deemed to be the driver leading the race as they cross the start/finish line after the specified race lap in accordance with the official Leaderboard. In the event of the specified number of laps not being fully completed, all bets will be void.

25.27. Qualifying

Qualifying match-ups are based on qualifying times (quickest times) and not the starting line up. For example, positions 37th to 43rd will be decided on times and not on any other criteria. If two or more drivers have an equal qualifying time then the driver with the higher grid position will be deemed the winner.

Bets will be void unless the driver starts the qualifying lap. If any driver fails to start then bets will be void.

In the event of qualifying not being completed then all qualifying bets will be void. All props will be settled on official Nascar results unless otherwise specified.

 

 

25.28. Future/Season Bets

All prop futures are deemed action when drivers qualify for at least 27 races. Outright Drivers Championship will be deemed as action when driver has qualified for at least 27 races.

 

CART AND INDY RACING

 

25.29. Outright Race Betting

The Field includes any driver who is not listed. Any drivers who do not qualify for the race will be deemed no action. The race must be run within one week of the scheduled off time for there to be action. The winner, as deemed by the official ruling body of the race, shall be the winner of the race for wagering purposes. This includes all races which are halted prematurely for any reason.

25.30. Leader After ‘X’ Laps

For settlement purposes, the winner is deemed to be the driver leading the race as they cross the start/finish line after the specified race lap in accordance with the official Leaderboard. In the event of the specified number of laps not being fully completed, all bets will be void.

25.31. Race Match-Ups and Props

Both drivers must start the race (e.g. cross the start line) for bets to be action. If any driver is replaced before the start of the race then all match-ups will be void. If one driver fails to complete the race then the other driver will be declared the winner. Where both drivers fail to complete the race then the number of full laps completed will determine the result. If both drivers fail to complete on the same lap then the official placing as assigned by the controlling authority will determine the result.

 

TOURING CARS

 

25.32. General

All race bets are settled on the official classification from the relevant governing body, at the time of the podium presentation. This will not be affected by any subsequent enquiries. Please refer to Formula One rules above regarding bet settlement on specific markets.

25.33. Driver Championship

Each participant is priced to be the top driver over the relevant Touring Car season in accordance with the Driver Championship standings, and rules as specified by the governing body.

25.34. Individual Race Betting

All drivers who start the warm-up lap are deemed as runners. The podium positions will be used to determine 1st, 2nd and 3rd for betting purposes.

25.34. Qualification Markets

Official qualifying positions as recorded by the relevant governing body will be used for settlement. Grid position penalties do not apply for settlement purposes. Drivers must complete a qualifying lap for bets to stand.

25.35. Start of the Race

The start of any race is defined as the signal to start the formation lap.

25.36. Podium Finish

The result for settlement is at the time of the podium presentation. Subsequent disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets.

25.37. Race Match Betting

Bets will be settled on the relevant official classification at the time of podium presentation.

25.38. Fastest Lap

The official result at the time of the podium presentation for the race will be used.

 

 

RALLY

 

25.39. General

All race bets are settled on the official classification as defined by the official race organisers and will not be affected by any subsequent enquiries.

26. Motorbikes
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26.1. Championship Betting

Bets will be determined by the number of points accumulated following the podium presentation of the final race of the season and will not be affected by any subsequent enquiries. If the points are level then dead-heat rules will apply, unless the result is determined by the competition rules.

26.2. Individual Race Betting

All riders in place to start the warm-up lap are deemed as runners. The podium positions will be used to determine 1st 2nd and 3rd for betting purposes. Subsequent disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets.

26.3. Rider Finishing Position

Official race classification at the time of the podium presentation will be used for settlement. Subsequent disqualifications and/or appeals will not affect bets.

26.4. Rider Match Betting

Both quoted riders in a match, must be in place to start the warm-up lap of the specified Race, otherwise bets are void. If both riders fail to finish by going out on the same lap then bets will be void. Otherwise the rider completing most laps will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes.

26.5. Fastest Qualifier

Official Qualification standings, as recorded by the governing body will be used for settlement purposes. Grid position penalties do not apply for settlement purposes. However, qualifying time penalties (as specified by the governing body) will.

Riders taking part in any of the official qualifying sessions (including free and qualification practice) are deemed to have taken part in the Pole Position market.

26.6. Winning Margin

Bets will be settled on the official result. World Superbikes refers to results listed on worldsbk.com, and Moto GP refers to results listed on motogp.com.

26..7 Number of Classified Riders

Settlement is based on the numbers of drivers listed as finishers in the official race classification on worldsbk.com (World Superbikes), and motogp.com (Moto GP).

27. Darts
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27.1. Pre-Game Match Betting

In the event of a match starting but not being completed, the player progressing to the next round or being awarded the victory will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes. For Premier League darts events, match betting may be offered in the form of 3-Way, and 2-Way markets. For settlement purposes the 3-Way market includes the Tie option. Bets will be void in the 2-Way market if the match result is a tie.

27.2. In-Play Betting

Bets on any match market abandoned before the full completion of the statutory number of legs/sets will be void, except for those bets the outcome of which has already been determined at the time of abandonment. For example, Total Legs quote has been exceeded at the time of abandonment.

27.3. Handicap 2-Way and 3-Way Leg Betting/Set Betting

In the event of the statutory number of legs/set not being completed, changed, or differing from those offered for betting purposes then all bets are void. All bets will be void if match is not completed.

27.4. Double Result (Legs/Sets)

Predict the result after the specified number of legs/sets and the overall winner of the match. All bets void if match is not completed.

27.5. First Leg/Set Markets

All bets void if the first leg/set is not completed, unless the outcome has already been determined.

27.6. First/Final Leg Winning Double - Colour

The Bull counts as red. The leg must be completed for bets to stand.

27.7. First Leg Winning Double - Value

The Bull counts as Any Other. The leg must be completed for bets to stand.

27.8. Race to 3 Legs

Either player must win 3 legs for bets to stand.

27.9. Total Legs/Sets

If match is not completed then all bets are void unless the quote has been exceeded.

27.10. Most 180s

All bets void if match is not completed.

27.11. 180s Totals Markets

All bets void if the match, or relevant leg/set is not completed, unless the outcome has already been determined.

27.12. First 180

All bets void if match is not completed, unless the outcome is already determined. If no 180 is scored bets will be void.

 

27.13. Darts Weekly Specials (Premier League)

Bets on any of the below listed weekly markets will be void if the scheduled number of matches do not take place, in the specified Premier League Week, unless the outcome has already been determined:

9 Dart Finish in week (Week 1,2,3 etc)/170 Finish in Week/Player with Highest Checkout/Player to Score Most 180’s.

27.14. Tournament Match-ups

When players are eliminated at the same stage of the tournament bets will be void.

27.15. Dart Specials

Total 180s in a Match - All bets void if match is not completed unless total 180s has already exceeded the quote.

Highest Checkout in a Selected Match - All bets void if match is not completed unless highest checkout has exceeded the quote.

Will Selected Player Record a 9 Dart Finish in a Match - All bets void if match is not completed unless a 9 dart finish already achieved.

Will Selected Player Record a 9 Dart Finish in the Tournament - Player must throw 1 dart in the tournament for bets to stand.

Will There Be a 9 Dart Finish in the Tournament - Tournament must be completed. Bets stand regardless of player withdrawals.

27.16. Settlement of Wagers

Statistics provided by the official website of the relevant competition or fixture will be used to settle wagers. Where an official website is not available or there is significant evidence that the official website is incorrect, we will use independent evidence to support bet settlement.

In the absence of consistent, independent evidence or in the presence of significant conflicting evidence, bets will be settled based on our own statistics.

28. Specials
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General

Unless otherwise stated all bets on Specials markets are all-in, run or not.

Election Betting

All betting within a given election is singles only. Accumulative bets accepted in error will be settled as singles with the stake apportioned.

Settlement of all bets will be based on the total votes cast and counted at the time of the election, and not on any subsequent legal challenge.

UK General Elections

Party Totals will be counted based on the party that the elected MPs stood for in the election, and will not be altered based on any subsequent defections. The Speaker, if seeking re-election, will not count as an MP of any party.

Any constituency that has its election postponed from the normal polling day will not count for settlement purposes. Constituency betting on such a seat will be made void.

Bets on an Overall Majority require the Party to win an absolute majority of the seats contested on polling day (e.g. 326 out of 650). If no party does so then “No Majority” will be settled as the winner. If some MPs [e.g. Sinn Fein] do not take their seats that does not change the requirement under this rule.

Next Government and Prime Minister after the next General Election will be settled based on the first government formed after the General Election. For the avoidance of doubt, that government must pass a Queen’s Speech or win a confidence motion in the House of Commons. For a party to be considered part of a coalition they must have representation in the Cabinet. A minority government is one in which the parties forming a coalition have fewer than 326 seats.

Turnout bets will be settled on UK-wide turnout on the normal polling day. Vote Share Betting, including Most Votes, will apply on GB seats only (so excluding Northern Ireland), unless otherwise specified.

Next Party Leader Markets
Temporary, interim, or caretaker leaders do not count, unless they lead their party into a General Election.

US Election

All bets are settled on the winner of the election and not on the person who is inaugurated.
Bets on Total U.S. Electoral College Votes will be settled based on the vote in each state (and in each Congressional district in Maine and Nebraska) on the day of the election, and not on the actual meeting of the electoral college.

US Primaries and Caucuses - All markets will be settled on vote share, and not on the national delegate count arising from the vote. Where vote share is not declared, as in some caucuses, then we will use the number of state delegates or equivalents won to settle the market.

Australian Election

To Win Outright will be settled on the Party that provides the Prime Minister for Federal Elections, the Premier for State Elections and the Chief Minister for Territory Elections.

Total Labour Seats (House of Representatives) will be settled on the Total seats won by the ALP in the House of Representatives.

Total Coalition Seats (House of Representatives) will be settled on the Total seats won by the Liberal/National/LNP/CLP Parties in the House of Representatives.

Correct Election Result and Seat Handicap will be settled on the AEC Declaration of Poll, and includes all the Liberal/National/LNP/CLP Parties seats counted in Coalition in the House of Representatives.

Seat Winner will be settled on the Party of the Elected Candidate as per the ballot paper.

A Hung Parliament is defined as neither Labour (ALP) or the Coalition (Liberal/National/LNP/CLP Parties) holding a majority of seats in the House of Representatives.

Eurovision Song Contest

Settlement will be based on the official results. Where applicable dead-heat rules will apply. Bets are settled as losers if a country does not finish a competition, e.g. through disqualification.

Eurovision Song Contest Handicap Betting - Settlement will be at the odds displayed using the actual number of points awarded to each country, adjusted for the handicap.

Match Betting - Bets settled on the country who finishes highest in the official final result. All match bets are offered for the final, unless otherwise stated.

Group Betting (inc Top Nordic, Top Baltic etc) - Bets settled on the country who finishes highest in the official final result. If all countries in the group fail to reach the final all bets will be void.

Any Country To Get Nul Points - This market refers to the final only.

Max 12’s Received From The Juries – Bets settled on the number of juries that give a specific country the maximum 12 points, as shown on the official website. Public televoting does not count for the purpose of this market.

Snow on Christmas Day

Snow to be recorded falling at the London Weather Centre for bets placed on snowfall in London, or at other relevant city airports for bets placed on snowfall at all other cities on dates displayed. British Weather Services will determine the final results. Singles only.

Reality Shows

Bets will be settled on the official results. If two or more participants are evicted in a specified eviction market and the order of eviction is clear then this will be used for settlement purposes. If the order of eviction is unclear then dead-heat rules will apply. Evictees and walk-outs will be settled as losers. A contestant leaving by other than an eviction before a nomination round has taken place will be deemed a non-runner for that eviction and a Rule 4 (Deductions) may apply. Others may be added to the market at any time.

Big Brother

Outright Markets

Bets will be settled on the official results.

Evictees and walk-outs (removed by Big Brother or leave of their own accord) will be settled as losers. Should that same contestant be re-admitted at a later date, they will be treated as a new contestant and previous bets will not stand.

In the event of the series being cancelled before an official winner is declared, bets will be settled as a dead-heat between the contestants that have not been eliminated. Outright bets on contestants already eliminated will be treated as losing selections.

Any late changes to methods of eviction, addition or subtraction of housemates or any other factors affecting the market are beyond our control and bets will stand or be made void in accordance with our rules.

Fake evictions will not be considered as winners, the housemate must leave the house on a permanent basis. Therefore any bets placed on Next Eviction will run until a housemate is seen to leave the house with no immediate prospect of return.

Next Eviction - Bets will be settled on the official results.

If two or more participants are evicted in a specified eviction market and the order of eviction is clear then this will be used for settlement purposes. If the order of eviction is unclear then dead-heat rules will apply.

A contestant leaving by other than an eviction before a nomination round has taken place will be deemed a non-runner for that eviction and a Rule 4 (Deductions) may apply.

Bets on Next Eviction stand regardless how the public have voted (voting to stay in the house or to be evicted from the house).

In the event that housemates nominated or selected for eviction are not confirmed by Channel 5 for the UK (or other relevant broadcaster outside of the UK), a market may be formed and bets placed accordingly. Bets stand regardless of events (all in or not) and additional housemates may be added to the betting.

We reserve the right to void all bets placed on an Eviction Market should the initial line up for eviction be changed. Others may be added to the market at any time.

X Factor

To Be Evicted First - Settlement will be based on the first named participant to be evicted in a specified week/show.

To Be Evicted 2-Way - A Yes/No market will be settled on the result of a specified week/show.

Match-Ups - The act progressing furthest in the competition is deemed the winner. If two acts go in the same week/show, the first participant evicted will be deemed the loser.

For Next Elimination market, where one listed participant does not take part then a Rule 4 (Deductions) may apply. Where two or more listed participants do not take part, then the market is void.

To Finish Bottom In Flash Vote - Winner is the act who is announced to have the lowest votes from the Flash Vote and therefore goes into the sing off. If the Flash Vote does not take place then bets are void. If more than one act is announced as bottom, or if more than one act goes through to the Sing Off from the Flash Vote then dead-heat rules apply.

To Be In Sing Off 2-Way - A Yes/No market will be settled on the result of a specified week/show.

Next Manager to Lose an Act - All participants must perform for bets to stand.

If an artist has (solo) listed after their name, and that artist subsequently joins a group, bets will be settled as losers. If a solo artist does not have (solo) listed after their name, and that artist subsequently joins a group, bets will be void.

Bottom 3/Bottom 2 - The specified number of acts must been named in a given week/show for bets to stand. Acts named in the bottom 3 or 2 (dependent on market offered) for a specified week/show are deemed winners. Where there is a multiple eviction, bets on this market will be settled on participants evicted. If the bottom 3 or 2 is not clear, then dead-heat rules may apply.

Deadlock - The market is determined as Yes There Will be Deadlock/No There Will Not be Deadlock in a specified week/show. Where the format of the weekly show dictates that deadlock cannot happen (e.g. multiple eviction with no song-off), bets will be void.

First Act Announced Safe - Settlement is determined by the first act announced as safe, in a specified week/show. If it is unclear which act is declared safe first then dead-heat rules may apply. All participants must perform for bets to stand.

Top 3 Finish (Whole Competition) - Settlement is based on results of the whole series/competition. Acts placed in the top three of the competition are deemed winners. If the top three result is unclear then dead-heat rules may apply.

For Winning Groups/Girls/Over’s/Boys markets’, Winning Manager, Winning Category, First Category to Lose All Acts, First Manager Eliminated; should a listed mentor be replaced by either another existing mentor or a non-listed mentor all bets will stand.

For all markets; should an individual participant or group change their name during the course of the series all bets will stand and the new name version will be deemed the same as the original name version for settlement purposes.

Sports Personality of The Year

To Win Outright, Winning Sport, Top Three Finish, Straight Forecast; markets will be settled based on the awards presented on the evening of the ceremony. Dead-heat rules apply.

Match-Ups will be settled based on the official voting figures released after the award ceremony.

Olympic Games

Medal Markets – The official Olympic Medal Table at the time of the Closing Ceremony will be used for settlement purposes. Any subsequent disqualifications or amendments will not count. If all scheduled medal events are not completed before the Closing Ceremony then all bets will be void, unless the specific market outcome is already determined.

Outright Medal markets - Dead-heat rules will apply. Specifically for Most Medals outright betting, if two or more countries finish with an equal number of Total Medals, then the number (if different) of Gold, then Silver and then Bronze medals won (in order of criteria), will be used to determine the winner.

Match-Up Medal markets – Bets will be void if both countries in a specific match-up finish with an equal number of medals.

 

Settlement of Wagers

Statistics provided by the official score(s) provider or the official website of the relevant competition or fixture will be used to settle wagers. Where statistics from an official score(s) provider or official website are not available or there is significant evidence that the official score(s) provider or official website is incorrect, we will use independent evidence to support bet settlement.

In the absence of consistent, independent evidence or in the presence of significant conflicting evidence, bets will be settled based on our own statistics.

29. Horse racing/Greyhounds
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Betting on Fixed odds (the only one we offer)

When you make a fixed-odds bet, you are making a wager at a fixed price that is being offered by us. Once the bet has been accepted, you are guaranteed to get that price - even if the odds offered shorten after the bet has been made.

Non-Runners

Should a runner become a non-runner, run "without bets", or is not eligible to run, all bets on such selection shall be deemed lost

Abandoned Races

For abandoned races, bets shall remain valid if the race was postponed and rescheduled within 48 hours (ante-post bets: 14 days) on the same track and the entries have not been re-opened. Otherwise, the bets shall be voided and the stake money refunded.

Change of conditions

If the general conditions for a race such as the racetrack, surface, or distance be changed by the operator, we shall be entitled to void any fixed-odds bets before the start of the race and refund the stake money.

Walkover

In the event of a walkover, a race involving only one runner, all fixed-odds bets shall be voided and the stake money refunded.

Settlement of Wagers

Statistics provided by the official score(s) provider or the official website of the relevant competition or fixture will be used to settle wagers. Where statistics from an official score(s) provider or official website are not available or there is significant evidence that the official score(s) provider or official website is incorrect, we will use independent evidence to support bet settlement.

In the absence of consistent, independent evidence or in the presence of significant conflicting evidence, bets will be settled based on our own statistics.