27.1 Postponements & Abandonments
27.1.1 If 80 minutes or more of regulation time in a match has been completed and the referee ends the match the match will be considered to have been completed for resulting and settlement purposes
27.1.2 If less than 80 minutes in a match has been completed and the referee ends the match all markets will be void unless the result for a particular market has already been unequivocally decided.
27.1.3 If a match that has been abandoned is continued from the point of abandonment and completed within 48 hours of the original start time then all bets on the match will stand and be settled in accordance with the results at the completion of the continued match.
27.1.4 If a match that has been abandoned is started again from the beginning (i.e., at the start of the first half) and completed within 48 hours then all pre-match bets on the original match will stand and all bets placed live- after the match has started- will be void unless the result of the live betting market had already been decided prior to the original abandonment.
27.1.5 If a match is postponed, bets on that match will be void unless it is re-scheduled to commence within 48 hours of the original scheduled start time. Games which have their kick-off altered well in advance to accommodate live TV, or to ease fixture congestion will not constitute a postponement.
27.1.6 Outright/Futures Markets – If a tournament or event is postponed prior to commencement and not rescheduled to take place within 90 days of the date it was originally scheduled to commence on all markets will be void and stakes refunded. If the event or tournament is officially abandoned by the governing body, then all markets will be void with stakes refunded.
27.1.7 Outright/Futures Markets - If a tournament or event is postponed after commencement and not rescheduled to take place within 90 days of the date it was originally scheduled to commence all markets, other than those where the result of the market has already been determined, will be void and stakes refunded. If the event or tournament is officially abandoned by the governing body, then all markets will be void with stakes refunded.
27.2 Venue Changes
27.2.1 If there is a change to the original scheduled venue that results in the home team playing away or the away team playing at home or the match is moved to a neutral venue all markets will be void and stakes refunded.
27.2.2 Team classing another ground as their own In a competition- A club team playing a competition is classed as playing at home if the fixture is moved from the team's usual ground to another ground within their national boundaries, e.g. when Arsenal played their Champions League home ties at Wembley.
27.2.3 Bets will also stand if an International fixture is played in another country different to that of the home team.
27.3 Regulation Time/ Extra Time – The 90 Minute Rule
27.3.1 Regulation time is 90 minutes plus injury time.
27.3.2 All match markets, including match result markets, unless otherwise explicitly stated, are settled on regulation time.
27.3.3 All match bets, unless otherwise explicitly stated, and all 2nd half bets, will be resulted on the score when the referee blows the whistle to officially end the 2nd half.
27.4 ‘Time of’ Markets
27.4.1 Time of markets do not include extra time unless explicitly stated. Events that happen in injury time at the end of each half that are related to time of markets will be settled as 45th minute for the first half and 90th minute for the second half.
27.5.1 All markets are resulted as per the official results and statistics published by the official governing body at the completion of the match. Any subsequent amendments to the result, whatever the reason, will be excluded for resulting purposes
27.5.2 If a match has been completed but the result is later deemed void then all results will stand on the original result regardless of any subsequently rearranged fixture or ruling.
27.5.3 If there is a dispute concerning who scored a goal in a match, bets are settled on the first result published by the official source/governing body or alternatively the official website of the relevant event, immediately after the match/event is finished. Any subsequent corrections or amendments to this result will not apply for settlement purposes
27.5.4 Assist markets will be resulted as per the results published on whoscored.com
27.6 Maximum Payouts
EPL, World Cup, UEFA Champions’ League Group Stage and knockout matches -$50,000
A League, English Championship, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga, Eredivisie. MLS, SPL, Premeira Liga, Europa League group and knockout stage matches - $25,000
All other Soccer- $10,000
27.7 Match Result Markets
27.7.1 You are betting on the result at the end of regulation time, including any injury time played.
27.7.2 Extra time or penalty shootouts to decide the match result are not included.
27.8 To win the Tie/ To progress to the next Round & To lift the Trophy Markets
27.8.1 You are betting on the: winner of the overall Tie/who progresses to the next round/lifts the trophy of that given market, inclusive of extra time or penalty shootouts if required.
27.9 Double Chance Markets
27.9.1 You are betting on a combined pair of outcomes to occur at the end of regular time. Double chance outcomes are:
27.9.2 Home team and draw - Your bet is a winner if the home team wins or draws the match.
27.9.3 Away team and draw - Your bet is a winner if the away team wins or draws the match; or
27.9.4 Home team and away team - Your bet is a winner if the home team or the away team wins the match.
27.10 Draw No Bet, Away Team No Bet and Home Team No Bet Markets
27.10.1 You are betting on the outcome of the game at the completion of regulation time with the nominated ‘no bet’ option removed for betting purposes.
27.10.2 If the result of the match at the completion of regular time is the nominated ‘no bet’ option all bets on this market will be void and stakes refunded. For example, Man Utd v Man City. You place a bet in the ‘Draw No Bet’ Market on Man City or Man Utd and the match ends in a draw. The market will be void and all stakes refunded as the ‘draw’ option was excluded from this market for betting purposes.
27.11 Team to Win Both Halves Markets
27.11.1 You are betting on the winner of each half of the match.
27.11.2 For the purposes of this market the score is theoretically reset at the end of the First Half. The 1st and 2nd half scores are treated as 2 separate events. A draw in either half will result in bets on the team selected resulting as a loss. This is distinct from the Half-Time/Full-Time market which is explained in below.
27.11.2 Regulation time only, extra time or penalty shootouts do not count
27.12 Half Time/Full Time Markets
27.12.1 You are betting on the result of the match at half time, inclusive of first half injury time and the result of the match at the completion of regulation time, including 2nd half injury time.
27.12.2 Regulation time only, extra time or penalty shootouts do not count
27.13 Handicap Markets
27.13.1 You are betting on the result of the half or the match after the handicap is applied.
27.13.2 Unless otherwise explicitly stated all handicap markets do not include extra time. They are resulted on the score at the end of the half or match inclusive of injury time.
27.13.3 To determine the handicap result the number of goals to be added or removed to a team’s score is denoted by a “+” or “- “, followed by the number of goals in brackets. For example:
The team with the (+1.0) handicap needs to either draw or win to be considered the winning selection. The team with the (-1.0) handicap needs to win by 2 or more goals to be considered the winning selection, or, if the team with the (-1.0) handicap wins by exactly 1 goal, Draw (-1.0) will be the winning selection.
27.13.4 Whole ball handicap markets (whole number handicaps where no handicap draw price is quoted) For example France (-1.0) v Australia (+1.0) – Where only 2 outcomes are quoted, and no handicap draw price is quoted if the final score after the handicap is applied is a draw the market will be void all bets will be refunded. In this instance a final score of Australia 1 – France 2 would result in the score being Australia 1 France 1 or Australia 2 France 2 meaning the handicap result is a draw.
27.14 Correct Score Markets
27.14.1 You are betting on the correct score at the end of the half or at the end of the match.
27.14.2 Extra time and penalty shootouts are not included for all correct score markets
27.15 First/Last or Anytime Goal Scorer Markets
27.15.1 You are betting on the selected player to score the first, last or to score a goal at any time.
27.15.2 Own goals, goals scored in extra time or goals scored in a penalty shoot-out do not count for settlement purposes.
27.15.3 First Goal Scorer Markets - If the selected player has not taken to the pitch prior to the first goal being scored bets on that player will be void and stakes refunded.
27.15.4 Bets on last/anytime goal scorer market will be void if the selected plater does not take part in the game or does not come on as a substitute.
27.15.5 Every effort is made to quote the first/last player to score odds for all possible players. However, odds for other players are available on request and will count as winners if they score the first/last goal even if a price is not quoted for them.
27.15.6 If an own goal is scored, any live betting on next goal scorer markets (first goal scorer, second goal scorer etc.) will be settled on the outcome of the next goal scorer
27.15.7 If no goal is scored then the 'No Goal Scorer' option will be resulted and settled as the winning outcome.
27.15.7 Own goals do not count.
27.16 Total Goals Markets
27.16.1 You are betting on the number of goals scored in the match or half or designated period or by the selected team in the half, match or designated period
27.16.2 All total goals markets other than those that are expressly designated as ‘Extra Time’ markets are settled on regulation time only. Extra time and penalty shootouts are not included
27.16.3 Own goals count for the purpose of total goals markets and count for the team total goals for the team they are awarded to
27.17 Goal Minute Markets
27.17.1 You are betting on what minute mark of the game the first, next or last goal will be scored.
27.17.2 The minute the goal is scored will be resulted as per the official results published by the relevant governing body for the match, league or competition.
27.17.3 The Goal Minutes market is resulted on the time in minutes when each goal is scored. For example, a goal scored at 23mins 25seconds will be settled as the 24th minute.
27.17.4 All injury/stoppage time goals will be counted as either 45th minute for injury/stoppage time at the end of the first half or 90th minute for injury/stoppage time at the end of the second half.
27.17.5 For bets on Team Goal Minutes own goals count for the team that are awarded the goal
27.18 Corner Markets
27.18.1 You are betting on the number of corners taken by a team in the half or match, or the total match corners in a half or match. Additional corners markets are as described below
27.18.2 Only corners physically taken are counted. If a corner is re-taken it will only count as 1 corner
27.18.3 For time of corner markets, the time that the corner is taken will count and not the time it was awarded.
27.18.4 For "Odd or Even" corner markets, 0 is counted as an even number.
27.18.5 "Race to X Corners" Markets will be settled on whatever team reaches "X" corners first. For example, Race to 3 Corners will be settled on the first team to take 3 corners in the match.
27.18.6 Extra time does not count. Unless the market is explicitly an extra time market all corners markets are settled on regulation time only
27.19 Bookings & Card Markets
27.19.1 You are betting on a player or team to be issued a yellow or red card by the referee, or the total yellow or red cards issued in a half or match or to a team in a half or a match
27.19.2 Bookings of Managers, coaches or players who are yet to participate in the game do not count
27.19.3 Both yellow and red cards count for bookings markets
27.19.4 Any bookings made during half time will count; however, bookings made after the final whistle in regular time do not count.
27.19.5 Only bookings in regulation time count.
27.19.6 Players will be considered a runner and bets will stand if a player takes any part in the match but does not include a player who does not take the field.
27.20 First Bookings Markets
27.20.1 You are betting on the first player to receive a card (yellow or red) from the referee
27.20.2 If more than one player is booked in the same incident, the first player to be shown a card by the match referee shall be deemed the winner.
27.20.3 If your selected player does not take part in the game or comes on after the first card has been awarded, the bet will be void.
27.20.4 Booking times will be settled on the time the card is shown and not when the foul or offence took place.
27.21 Card Index Markets
27.21.1 You are betting on the total card points in the half or match, or for the selected team in the half or match with points allocated for cards as follows:
Yellow Card = 10 Points
Red Card = 25 points
27.21.2 All Card Index Markets do not include extra time.
27.21.3 If a player is shown a yellow card and subsequently sent off (shown a red card) this will count as 35 points
27.21.4 The maximum points a single player can receive in a match is 35 points
27.21.5 Card Index Match bet refers to the team that receives the most Car Index Points during regular time during the match
27.22 Futures/ Outright Markets
27.22.1 You are betting on the team that wins the league. Competition or tournament.
27.22.2 Some leagues have playoffs- any markets referring to minor premiership (for example, A-League) refer to the regular season and exclude finals/playoffs. A League Winner/Outright market will be paid on the team that wins the Grand Final.
27.22.3 Futures markets are offered on all in basis