Sport Betting Rules
General Betting Rules
1.1 The outcome of a market is settled once this is determined. If a market is not determined earlier in the game, the company settles the result of the game once the normal duration (regular time) of the match is concluded, unless stated otherwise on the market description on the website. Example: Match winner 1x2 market of an event is determined after the end of the normal duration (regular time) of the event. Football (Soccer) 1x2 Match Winner is determined after the 90 min, including any extra minutes called by the referee of the match as “normal duration” In case an event is driven to Overtime (when the regular time does not decide the winner) all markets clearly state that is subject to “include overtime” are paid after the completion of the Overtime. Any penalty kicks (or other deciders) may follow is not taken into consideration, unless clearly stated in the market. Events not started on time for any reason or even postponed may be kept open and all bets remain valid if those kick-off (start) within the next 48 hours from the official start time. In any other case, the company reserves, at its own discretion, the right to void all bets of such postponed events and refund the stakes to the customers. Events abandoned after their starting time and get continued by the organizer within 48 hours from the official start time, the company reserves the right to keep all bets valid and settle according to this result. Events abandoned after its starting time and not get continued from the organizer within 48 hours, the company will settle all determined markets decided in the pitch and void the rest by refunding stakes to customers. However in cases like that, the company reserves, at its own discretion, the right to void all bets of such abandoned events and refund the stakes to the customers.
On the above general rule, there are exceptions as in:
Tennis games will be kept open with all bets valid until the officials or organizing body declares a winner. In such a case, the 48 hours rule is not valid. However and in case of a player retirement, all markets determined in the pitch are settled accordingly and all the rest declared void and null. For the avoidance of doubt if a tennis player retired before the last point concluded, the match-winner market is void, but all markets related to specific sets or games that determined, are settled accordingly. Baseball games when two teams are playing 2 games in a row are considered as Game 1 and Game 2 and will be settled as chronologically played with all bets valid. For the avoidance of doubt, if Team A plays vs Team B twice, the result of Game 1 will count for bets offered on Game 1 as originally scheduled and the result of Game 2 will count for bets offered on Game 2, as originally scheduled. The 48 hours rule is valid.
(e.g. if a football match is abandoned in the second half, the markets of the first half will be settled normally).
(e.g. in the example above, the markets of the second half have not decided) will be void and stakes will be refunded to customers
1.2 The company reserves the right not to accept all or part of a bet without providing a reason to the customer. If a bet is not accepted, the customer’s stakes are refunded
1.3 Before an event start, the company reserves, at its own discretion, the right to void or cancel part or whole, of a bet even after its acceptance without providing any reason to the customer. After the event start, the company reserves, at its own discretion, the right to void or cancel part or whole of a bet, even after its acceptance if there is a valid reason for this, such as a mistake in the wording (palpable error) of the event or the odds, or starting time.
- The customer attempt to bypass company limits (potential payout) and risk management by placing multiple identical or similar bets or opening multiple accounts
- The customer is getting advantage of any public announcement or secret information he has access to that determines the outcome of the bet.
- The customer combined related bets.
- The customer is actively participating in the event, such as Players, Referees, Managers, or has direct or indirect relationships with event participants.
- The company suffers a technical error offering wrong odds or events.
- Any other valid reason duly communicated to customer upon request.
1. 4 Max bet is subject to approval.
1.5 Our company reserves the right to cancel all bets of an event, if there is any change regarding the venue of the event.
1.6 Our company reserves the right to cancel all bets if there are radical changes in the circumstances of an event such as the length of playing time, the distance in a speed race or the number of periods, etc.
1.7 In case our company suspect that sports betting event is fraudulent or with a high probability to be fixed thus the result to be known to certain individuals beforehand, the company reserves the right to:
- keep specific betting slips unsettled
- inform relevant regulatory bodies and authorities (ESSA, Sportradar, Federations) about, depends on what body or authority the company is regulated under and cooperating with
- wait until a verdict from those bodies or authorities is submitted as feedback
- settle or void the bet following the verdict of relevant bodies or authorities
1.8 In the event and during the bet placement process, the system is technically interrupted for any reason,
the company will follow the standard checks, such as funds availability, price correctness, etc, and reserves the right to accept or reject the bet accordingly. In such a case the customer needs to log in as soon as the system is available and visit his betting history page to confirm if the bet has been accepted or not.
1.9 Any decision was taken by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) which conflicts with the original decision sanctioned by the officials on the pitch (including non-decisions like allowing play to continue before reviewing the video), thus altering the understood state of the match at the time of bet placement, will result in all bets placed in the timeframe between the actual occurrence of the original incident and the referee's final decision on the incident being deemed as void, unless the odds offered on the specific bet offer are unaffected by the use of VAR or have already been accounted for in the odds offered at the time of bet acceptance. Settlement on all other unrelated bet-offers, including those determined by any play between the time of the original incident and the decision following the VAR review, which are not influenced/altered by the VAR decision will stand.
For resulting purposes, VAR reviews are to be considered as having happened at the time of the original incident for which the VAR would be eventually used even if play has not been immediately interrupted. The company reserves the right to reverse any previously settled offers where the settlement becomes inaccurate following the final referee decision, providing said decision is taken and communicated before the conclusion of the match and/or timeframe listed.
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Explanation of specific Betting Types
In case a match is abandoned but there has been at least one Scorer, bets on the first Goalscorer apply and bets on the last goalscorer are void. Anytime Goalscorer market for this player is settled as winner and bets on other players are void.
Head 2 Head Bets
Predict which of the participants will occupy the highest position or will have better results or more points. In order for these bets to stand both participants must actively participate in the event. In case the two participants achieve the exact same winning result and therefore achieve a tie, all bets are void.
Predict which of the participants (3 or more) will occupy the highest position or will have better results or more points. In order for these bets to stand all participants must actively participate in the event. If one or more participants will not participate in the event, the odds on the rest participants are recalculated and settled with a reduction in the odds, by applying the probability of the missing participants to the rest participants applying the same margin.
If two or more participants achieve exact same winning result and therefore achieve a tie, the applicable odds will be equal to the accepted odds divided by the number of tie participants (e.g. with initial odds 2.70 and three tie participants the final odds will be: 2.70 / 3 = 0.90), unless the official governing body chooses only one winner with an additional statistic criterion (e.g. assists).
A yellow card counts as one card. A red card counts as two cards. If a player get one yellow plus a second yellow driving to a red card, this counts overall as three cards. As a result, a player cannot receive more than three cards. Settlement will be based on all available card data that appear during the normal playing time of an event. Cards shown after the final whistle will not be taken under consideration. Cards in non-playing players (players that have already been replaced, coaches, players on the bench who have not taken part in the game) are not taken under consideration.
Booking markets with points
A yellow card counts as 10 points and the red and the second yellow-red as 25. The second yellow for a player that leads to a red card is not counted. As a result, a player cannot receive more than 35 points. Settlement will be based on all available card data that appear during the normal playing time of an event. Cards shown after the final whistle not be taken under consideration. Cards in non-playing players (players that have already been replaced, coaches, players on the bench who have not taken part on the game) are not taken under consideration.
A corner gets counted for the relevant market settlement only in the case it has been executed. Corners won by the teams but not executed do not count for market settlement.
First interval is considered the time period from 00:01 until the completion of the minute indicated as the end minute. For avoidance of doubt the interval 1-15 min is considered the period from 00:01 to 15:00
Last interval of a time period is considered from the minute indicated until the end of the period as this decided by the referee. For avoidance of doubt the interval 30-45 min is considered the period from 30:01 until the end of First Half. The interval 75-90 min is considered the period from 75:01 to the end of the Full Time.