Whether you’re new to sports betting or you’re an old pro, there are some rules you need to be aware of. It’s important to understand these rules and how they affect your bet before placing a wager. It is also important to note that there are special rules for individual sports. Some of these rules are specific to the game or event, and some are general. If you’re unsure about how these rules apply to your bet, you should check the specific rules for the sport or event you’re betting on.
If you bet on a team or match that has not started, you may be eligible for a refund on your bet. Depending on the sport, you may be eligible to receive a refund of your bet if the match is abandoned before the start of the penalty awarded. This is not a guarantee, however.
When a team does not start a match, it is considered a non-starter. This includes both the players on the team and any other individual competitors that may be listed in the final squad. If you bet on a non-starter, you may be eligible to receive a full or partial refund of your bet. You may also be eligible to receive a refund if the match is cancelled, if the match is postponed, or if the team withdraws.
During live games, information is displayed to the public that is not for betting purposes. During this time, you may see different outcomes, but you should not place bets on the information displayed. You should only place bets on the official outcome at the end of the game. The best odds are always changing, and you should keep that in mind before placing a bet.
The following rules are designed to protect you and ensure that you can place valid bets. The Operator reserves the right to reject or refuse any bets placed. The Operator may also suspend markets or refuse to accept bets. The Operator may also use its own statistics to settle bets. These rules apply to all bets accepted by the Operator.
Bets are settled on the final score of the match at the end of a regular period of play (60 or 70 minutes). If a match is interrupted during the game, the result will be treated as the result of the interrupted match. In this case, the bet will be settled on the final score at the end of the next period. If a match is cancelled or postponed, all pending bets will be refunded. Similarly, if you place a bet on a match that has been abandoned before the start of a penalty, all pending bets will be returned. The Operator does not take liability for live score updates. You should check with the Operator before placing a bet to see whether the score will be updated. If the Operator does not update the score in a timely manner, you should not place a bet on the score.