The Rules of Sports Betting on the Internet

The Rules of Sports Betting on the Internet

There are some rules that are important for sports betting on the Internet. The rules are in place to protect the rights of both the Operator and the End User. These rules also apply to the betting markets offered by the Operator. They are not exhaustive and may vary depending on the type of bet. When you are placing bets, please make sure that you have accurate details and information about the event and the match, especially the scores. Failure to do this could result in the voiding of your bets.

When you place a bet, the Operator will use its own statistics and the results of other third party providers to settle your bet. This is done by determining the sum of goals or points that are scored by the team. For example, if a match is tied at the end of regulation time, the winner is the team with the most points. Similarly, if a team fails to score, the score will be deemed even. In addition, the sum of the games that are played in the match will be used to determine the bet.

As in other bets, bets on In Running (“Live”) bets are only available for selected events. The live bet is available during a match which is being broadcast in real time. If the event is stopped before the end of the game, the bet will be void.

For example, the operator’s odds on the Over/Under bet are subject to fluctuations, so it is advisable to use the most up-to-date information. Likewise, the odds for handicaps displayed on the website are calculated in seconds. Moreover, the bet will not be settled if the operator suspects any manipulation, cheating or fixing of the event. Nonetheless, the Operator will do its best to ensure the accuracy of its statistics. However, it is possible for the operator to incorrectly calculate the odds.

During certain events, the operator may offer bets on a variety of markets. Some of these are listed below. However, the final decision on any bets will be based on the relevant results at the end of the event. While the rules are outlined for every bet, the operator reserves the right to change them without prior notice.

Unless otherwise stated, the specific sports betting rules will govern the outcome of all bets. The English version of these rules will prevail over any other versions. You will also be required to follow any other instructions provided by the Operator regarding the acceptance and settlement of bets.

The maximum amount of each bet is determined by the Operator. Although the Operator uses best efforts to determine the outcome of the bets, there is no guarantee as to the accuracy of the results. Also, the operator is under no obligation to offer a Cash Out option, which allows the customer to request settlement before the final result is known. Furthermore, any bets placed on suspended markets will be rejected by the operator.