RULES

  1. All Soccer matches are based on the results at the end of 90 minutes of play, including any injury or stoppage time, unless otherwise stated.
    • Friendly Matches are graded according to the result when the game finishes (not including extra time), regardless of whether the full 90 minutes are played.
    • First half wagers are considered official once the first half is complete.
  2. A match must be played within 48 hours of the originally scheduled kickoff or wagers on the match will be graded “No Action”.
  3. If the match venue is changed (other than to the away team’s location), the wagers already placed will stand, provided the home team is still the home team. If the home and away team for a listed match are reversed then wagers placed on the original match will be graded “No Action”.
  4. Every effort will be made to quote all possible participants for player to score the first/last goal in a game, however, if the situation arises that a player not quoted scores the first/last goal will count as a winner for that player.
  5. Wagers on players not taking part in the match will be “No Action”, as will wagers on first goalscorer if the player comes on after the first goal has been scored.
  6. All Soccer wagers except first, last and anytime goal scorer include own goals.
  7. For wagers on bookings, a yellow card counts as one booking where a red card counts as two bookings.
    • For total booking points, a yellow card counts for 1 point and a red card counts as 2 points.
  8. For Asian handicaps, the handicap applies to the final match result and the team with the most goals after the handicap is applied is the winner.
  9. Soccer moneyline wagers have three outcomes: home team win, away team win and draw. Draw occurs when a game is tied after 90 minutes of regulation time plus injury/stoppage time. If you bet on the home or away team, and the game ends in a tie, in regulation time, the bet will result in a loss. That’s why we offer the option to bet the Draw on 3-way lines.
  10. Wagers made on a team winning a specific cup or trophy will have action through Extra Time and Penalties.
  11. All grading disputes will be resolved using FlashScore.com.

 

AMERICAN FOOTBALL

  1. A football wager is official after 55 minutes of play have elapsed with the following exceptions.
    • First half wagers are official at the completion of the first half of play.
    • Quarter wagers are official upon the completion of the quoted quarter. Fourth Quarter wagers do not include Overtime.
    • Second half wagers are official upon completion of the second half. Second half wagers include Overtime.
    • Wagers on the Total (Over/Under) are official after 55 minutes of play have elapsed, even if the total score in the game has already gone over the quoted total.
    • Team and Player Props are official only once the full game, including Overtime (where applicable), is complete unless the result of the wager is already determined.
    • Abandoned or postponed matches are “No Action” unless rescheduled and played in the same NFL Weekly Schedule.
  2. If a match venue is changed, all wagers will be graded “No Action”.
  3. Overtime counts for all wagers unless otherwise stated on the bet description.
  4. Player Prop markets will be settled according to the performance of the named player.
  5. Player Props are official only if the Player is on the roster and has played at least one play on offense, defense or special teams.
  6. All Team and Player Props will be graded according to the result posted at NFL.com.
  7. Overtime does not count for the following wagers:
    • First Half Result
    • 4th Quarter Wagers
    • Any wager where the draw/tie has been offered for wagering.
  8. Regular season Win wagers and matchups are official once the team has completed their full schedule of regular-season games unless the remaining games during the course of the season do not affect the result.
  9. For NCAA Football, the “playoff teams” are defined as the 4 teams that qualify for the National Championship Semi-Final games.
  10. Full season player props have action only if the player is on the active roster for the first game of the NFL, NCAA Football or CFL Regular Season.
  11. For wagers on “Will a team score 3 unanswered times”, the Point After Touchdown (PAT) does not count towards the wager.
  12. Division winner wagers are graded according to regular season results.
  13. Conference winner wagers include playoffs unless otherwise stated.
  14. All grading disputes will be resolved using NFL.com as the official source.

Football Live Betting:

  1. Wagers placed on any market during the first half that are unresolved by half-time will carry over into the second half. If a game is tied at the end of regulation, any bets placed during the game that are unresolved will carry over into overtime, unless it is specified that Overtime is not included in the wager.
    • First Half wagers are official at the completion of the first half of play.
    • Quarter wagers are official upon the completion of the quoted quarter. Fourth Quarter wagers do not include Overtime.
    • Second half wagers are official upon completion of the second half. Second half wagers include Overtime.
  2. Wagers placed during the game that are unresolved by the end of the game will be settled as “No Action”, unless the draw/tie option was offered.
  3. All markets offered for wagering include overtime unless otherwise specified or the draw/tie option was available for wagering.
  4. All grading disputes will be resolved using NFL.com as the official source.

 

BASKETBALL

  1. If a game is not played on the scheduled date, all wagers will be graded “No Action”.
  2. NBA games are official after 43 minutes of play. College basketball, WNBA and International games are official after 35 minutes of play.
    • First half wagers are official upon completion of the first half of play.
    • Quarter wagers are official upon the completion of the quoted quarter. Fourth Quarter wagers do not include Overtime.
    • Second half wagers are official upon completion of the second half. Second half wagers include Overtime.
  3. Team and Player Props are official only once the full game, including Overtime (where applicable), is complete unless the result of the wager is already determined.
  4. Overtime counts for all wagers unless otherwise stated on the bet description.
  5. Player Prop markets will be settled according to the performance of the named player.
    • Players must take the court and play for wager to have action.
  6. NBA Regular Season Wins wagers are official once the named team plays at least 80 regular-season games.
  7. Race to X Points wagers are based on the specific team to reach X points first. This wager can be found in the pregame props.
  8. Division winner wagers are graded according to regular season results.
  9. Conference winner wagers include playoffs unless otherwise stated.
  10. All grading disputes will be resolved using NBA.com, NCAA.com or Flashscore.com (International Basketball) as the official source.

Basketball Live Betting:

  1. Wagers placed on any market during the first half that are unresolved by half-time will carry over into the second half. If a game is tied at the end of regulation, any bets placed during the game that are unresolved will carry over into overtime, unless it is specified that Overtime is not included in the wager.
    • First half wagers are official upon completion of the first half of play
    • Quarter wagers are official upon the completion of the quoted quarter. Fourth Quarter wagers do not include Overtime.
    • Second half wagers are official upon completion of the second half. Second half wagers include Overtime.
  2. Wagers placed during the game that are unresolved by the end of the game will be settled as “No Action”, unless the draw/tie option was offered.
  3. All markets offered for wagering include overtime unless otherwise specified or the draw/tie option was available for wagering.
  4. Team to score the Xth point wagers are based on the specific team that scores the points that land on or passes X. This wager can be found in live betting. For example, a wager on which team scores Point #50 where the score is 29-20, the team that scores the next point would win the wager, as the next point would be the 50th point scored in the game.
  5. All grading disputes will be resolved using NBA.com, NCAA.com or Flashscore.com (International Basketball) as the official source.

 

HORSE RACES

  1. InstaBET pays track odds up to the house limits, as specified in our max payouts.
  2. There’s a maximum net profit on each individual race based on the tracklists. Daily doubles, pick 3s, pick 4s and pick 6s count toward the last race in its sequence when calculating the race profit. The formula is Net Profit = Net Payout – Total Amount Wagered. This resets for every individual race.
  3. There are no house odds. If there are no track payoffs for a certain type of wager, InstaBET will refund all wagers on that type.
  4. If a track isn’t listed on the tracklist, the maximum net profit defaults to $1,000 USD. InstaBET will grade your action upon management approval.
  5. Any attempt to pay negative pool hedges will result in account suspension.
  6. InstaBET identifies horses by saddle-cloth number, not by name. You are responsible for your selections of horse numbers and race numbers.
  7. When you bet on a coupled horse, your wager includes all horses racing under said number. If part of an entry is scratched and part of an entry runs, all wagers have action. “Must go” action is not part of the entry.
  8. InstaBET always will compare the time it accepts a wager with the off-time the track provides and grade accordingly. InstaBET, takes seconds into consideration. If InstaBET accepts a wager after the race starts, your wager will be disqualified from any winnings and refunded.
  9. InstaBET reserves the right to change, modify, add or remove customers from our Horse Rebate Program at any time.
  10. If a horse gets scratched, InstaBET will refund all Win/Place Show wagers. InstaBET also will refund the impacted portion of Exacta/Trifecta/Superfecta/Quinella Combos.
  11. For Daily Doubles, if a horse is scratched before any leg of pick 3s, pick 4s and pick 6s, InstaBET will pay a consolation prize on that combo, as specified by the track. If the track doesn’t pay a consolation, InstaBET will refund wagers with these combinations.

We offer up to 8% Racebook Rebate

Maximum Payouts

A Tracks B Tracks C Tracks D Tracks E Tracks
Win Track odds Track odds Track odds Track odds Track odds
Place Track odds Track odds Track odds Track odds Track odds
Show Track odds Track odds Track odds Track odds Track odds
Daily Double 750/1 400/1 300/1 300/1 300/1
Exacta 500/1 400/1 300/1 300/1 300/1
Quinella 400/1 300/1 300/1 300/1 300/1
Trifecta 1000/1 750/1 300/1 300/1 300/1
Superfecta 1500/1 1000/1 300/1 300/1 300/1
Pk3 1500/1 1000/1 300/1 300/1 300/1
Pk4 5000/1 2000/1 300/1 300/1 300/1

 

Horse Tracks Offered:

Class A tracks ($20.000 USD maximum net profit per race) Aqueduct, Belmont Park, Churchill Downs, Del Mar, Gulfstream Park, Gulfstream Park West, Keenland, Meydan, Monmouth Park, Parx Racing, Santa Anita Park, Saratoga, Tampa Bay Downs, Tucson, Woodbine.

Class B tracks ($15.000 USD maximum net profit per race) Arlington Park, Canterbury Park, Charles Town, Delaware Park, Delta Downs, Emerald Downs, Fair Grounds, Finger Lakes, Golden Gate Fields, Hoosier Park, Laurel Park, Lone Star Park, Los Alamitos, Los Alamitos Racecourse, Louisiana Downs, Oakland Park, Penn National, Pimlico, Prairie Meadows, Presque Isle Downs, Sam Houston Race Park, Sunland Park, Turfway Park.

Class C tracks ($5.000 USD maximum net profit per race) Aintree, Albuquerque, Arapahoe Park, Ascot Racecourse, Atlantic City, Ayr, Ballinrobe, Bangor-on-Dee, Bath, Bellewstown, Belterra, Beverly, Brighton, Cal Expo, Carlisle, Cartmel, Catterick, Chantilly Racecourse, Chelmsford City, Cheltenham, Chepstown, Chester, Clonmel, Colonial Downs, Columbus Park, Cork Racecourse, Curragh, Deauville-La Touques, Doncaster, Down Royal, Downpatrick, Dundalk, Durbanville, Ellis Park, Epsom Downs, Evangeline Downs, Exeter, Fairmount Park, Fairview, Fairyhouse Racecourse, Fakenham, Ffos Las, Flamingo, Fontwell, Fort Erie, Galway, Goodwood, Gowran, Greyville, Hamilton, Hastings Park, Hawthorne, Haydock, Hereford, Hexham, Hialeah Park, Huntingdon, Kelso, Kempton, Kenilworth,Kentucky Downs, Kilbeggan, Killarney , Laytown, Leicester, Leopardstown, Limerick, Lingfield, Listowel, Longchamp, Ludlow, Mahoning Valley, Market Rasen, Meadowlands, Mountaineer Park, Musselburgh, Naas Racecourse, Navan, Newbury Racecourse, Newcastle, Newmarket, Newton Abbot, Nottingham , Perth, Pontefract, Portland Meadows, Punchestown, Redcar, Remington Park, Ripon, Roscommon, Ruidoso Downs, Saint-Cloud, Salisbury, Sandown, Scottsville, Sedgefield, Sligo, Southwell, Stratford, Suffolk Downs, SunRay Park, Taunton, Thirsk, Thistledown , Thurles, Towcester, Tramore, Turf Paradise, Turffontein, Uttoxeter, Vaal, Warwick, Wetherby, Wexford, Wincanton, Windsor, Wolverhampton, Woodbine Harness, Worcester, Yarmouth, Yavapai Downs, Yonkers Raceway Harness, York .

Class D tracks ($3.000 USD maximum net profit per race) Australia A, Australia B, Australia C, Balmoral Park, Buffalo Raceway, Dover Downs, Ferndale, Folkestone, Freehold Raceway, Fresno, Happy Valley, Harrah’s Philadelphia, Harrington Raceway, Hoosier Park Harness, Indiana Downs, Maywood Park, Meadowlands Harness, Meadows Harness, Mohawk, Monticello Raceway, Northfield Park, Pleasanton, Plumpton, Pocono Downs, Pocono Downs Early, Pompano Park, Sacramento, Santa Rosa, Saratoga Harness, Sha Tin, Stockton, Timonium, Tipperary, Western Fair Raceway, Will Rogers Downs.

Class E tracks ($1.000 USD maximum net profit per race) Bluffs, Daytona Beach Evening, Daytona Beach Matinee, Derby Lane Evening, Derby Lane Matinee, Hazel Raceway, Horsemen Park, Jacksonville EVE, Mardi Gras Evening, Mardi Gras Matinee, Orange Park Evening, Orange Park Matinee, Palm Beach Evening, Palm Beach Matinee, Retama Park, Saratoga Harness Early, Solano, Southland Evening, Southland Matinee, Tri-State Evening, Tri-State Matinee, Wheeling Downs Evening, Wheeling Downs Matinee, Zia Park.

 

BASEBALL

  1. Wagers on the moneyline are official after 5 innings of play or 4.5 innings if the home team is leading.
  2. Runline and Total wagers are official after 9 innings of play, or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading. If a game is canceled before 9 innings have been completed, all wagers on the runline and total will be graded “No Action” and funds will be returned to the account holder.
  3. In the case that a game is canceled or suspended in extra innings, the score will be determined according to the result of the last full inning, unless the home team scores to tie or takes the lead in the bottom of the inning, in which case the score will be determined at the time the game is called.
  4. Extra innings count toward all wagers unless otherwise specified in the bet description.
  5. If a pitching change occurs prior to the first pitch of the game being thrown, wagers on the runline and total will be graded “No Action”. Moneyline wagers will be settled according to the wagering option you select when placing your bet:
    • Action: A wager on a team regardless of who throws the first pitch. For action wagers, when a pitching change occurs, the odds on your wager will be adjusted to reflect the closing odds associated with the new starting pitcher.
    • Listed: For listed pitchers, your wager will be graded as “No Action” if the pitcher which you selected does not start the game. You can select one or both starting pitchers to be listed at the time of placing your wager.

5th Inning Wagers:

  1. 5th inning wagers are official once 5 full innings are complete, or 4.5 innings if the home team is leading.
  2. Team props are always Listed Pitchers and are official after 9 full innings of play, or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading with the exception of the following:
    • Will there be a run scored in the 1st inning: Wagers are official after the first inning is complete.
    • Total 1st Inning Hits+Runs+Errors: Wagers are official after the first inning is complete.
    • 1st Inning Total Runs: Wagers are official after the first inning is complete.
    • Team to score first: Wager is official once either team scores. In the event that neither team scores before the game is postponed, all wagers will be graded “No Action”
    • Any proposition related to a specific inning has action so long as the inning is completed.

Props:

  1. Player props are always Listed Pitchers and are official after 9 full innings of play, or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading with the exception of the following:
    • Over/Under propositions where the player has gone over the total related to their personal performance. For wagers on the under, the game must go 9 full innings of play or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading.
    • Any proposition related to a specific inning has action as long as the inning is completed.
  2. Player Prop markets will be settled according to the performance of the named player.
  3. Player must be in the starting lineup for wagers to have action.
  4. Pinch hitters do not count for action.
  5. Pitcher must throw at least one pitch for action.

Total Bases:

  1. Wagers on total bases are settled according to adding up all hits that a player makes as Single = 1 Base, Double = 2, Triple = 3, Home Run = 4
  2. Non-MLB: For wagers on the Little League World Series and World Baseball Classic, in the event of a Mercy Rule decision, wagers will be settled according to the score at the time the Mercy Rule is applied.
  3. Regular Season Wins: Team must play 160 games for the wager to be official.
  4. Series Betting: Wagers on the winner of a series are always Action and are settled according to the first 3 games played regardless of whether or not those games were part of the originally scheduled series. If less than 3 games are played (due to postponement), the team leading the series will be considered the winner. All games used for grading purposes must be official on the moneyline. Bets on Post Season Series are based on the team to win the series, regardless of how many games are played.
  5. Grand Salami: All wagers are Action and must go 9 innings to be official, or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading. All Grand Salami bets are graded “No Action” if any game is postponed or canceled.
  6. Division winner wagers are graded according to regular season results.
  7. American League and National League Champion wagers include playoffs unless otherwise stated.
  8. All grading disputes will be settled using MLB.com as the official source.

Baseball Live Betting:

  1. All bets are Action regardless of pitching changes.
  2. Extra innings count towards all wagers unless otherwise stated.
  3. Moneyline wagers are official after 5 complete innings or 4.5 if the home team is leading.
  4. Run Line/Alternate Run Lines are official after 9 complete innings or 8.5 if the home team is leading.
  5. Totals/Alternate Totals are official after 9 complete innings or 8.5 if the home team is winning, except in cases where the game total has gone over the posted number. In this case, wagers on the over would be graded as wins with wagers on the under graded as a loss.
  6. Team Totals are official after 9 complete innings or 8.5 if the home team is winning, except in cases where the game total has gone over the posted number. In this case, wagers on the over would be graded as wins with wagers on the under graded as a loss.
  7. Game to go Extra Innings wagers have action once the 9th inning is complete.
  8. To Win Inning wagers are official once the top and bottom of the inning are complete unless the team batting second in the specified Inning is winning when the game is suspended.
  9. Inning Run Line wagers are official once the top and bottom of the inning are complete unless the team batting second in the specified Inning is winning has already covered the run line and cannot be overtaken.
  10. Inning Total wagers are official once the top and bottom of the inning are complete unless the total has already gone over the posted number at the time the game is suspended.
  11. A Score/Hit in the Inning/Half Inning wagers are official once the top and bottom of the inning are complete unless the result is already determined.
  12. Race to X runs wagers are official once 9 innings have been played or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading, have been played unless the result of the race to X runs has already been determined.
  13. Team to score the Xth Run wagers are official once 9 innings have been played or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading unless the run indicated on the wager has been scored and is already determined.
  14. Team to score next wagers are official at the time the run is scored. Wagers on the next run at the time the game is suspended will be “No Action”
  15. Winning Margin wagers are official once 9 innings have been played or 8.5 innings if the home team is leading.
  16. All grading disputes will be settled using MLB.com as the official source.

 

HOCKEY

  1. If a game is not played on the scheduled date, all wagers will be graded “No Action”.
  2. If a venue is changed, bets already placed will stand when the home team is still designated as such.
  3. Hockey games are official after 55 minutes of play.
  4. For period betting, the quoted period must be complete for wagers to be official.
  5. Overtime/Shootouts is included on all wagers.
  6. Regulation Time (3-Way) Wagering is graded according to the first 60 minutes of play
  7. Third-period wagering includes Overtime
  8. In the event of a game being decided by a Penalty Shootout, one goal will be added to the winning team’s score and the game total for settlement purposes.
  9. Player must take the ice during the game for player props to have action.
  10. All International Hockey is settled according to the score at the end of 60 minutes.
  11. Division winner wagers are graded according to regular season results.
  12. Conference winner wagers include playoffs unless otherwise stated.
  13. All grading disputes will be resolved using NHL.com as the official source.

Hockey Live Betting:

  1. All wagers include overtime and shootout unless otherwise stated.
  2. Regulation time (3 Way) wagers are settled according to the result at the end of 60 minutes
  3. For live betting wagers that include the time of an event happening, the time ranges count up from 0:00. For example, the selection “Start of the Period – 6:00” would be for the first 6 minutes of the period, where “6:01 – End of period” would be for the final 14 minutes of the period.
  4. Period specific markets are for goals scored exclusively within the period in question.
  5. The period must be complete for wagers to be official unless the result has already been decided.
  6. Third-period wagering includes Overtime
  7. All grading disputes will be resolved using NHL.com as the official source.
  8. The period must be complete for wagers to be official unless the result has already been decided.
  9. Third-period wagering includes Overtime
  10. All grading disputes will be resolved using NHL.com as the official source.

 

GOLF

  1. All golf future wagers have action, regardless of if the player tees off in the 1st round or not. A future wager is defined as any wager placed before the Monday of the tournament week.
  2. A tournament must be completed within 7 days of its start for wagers to have action.
  3. For wagers placed during the week of the tournament, golfers who withdraw before their scheduled Day 1 tee time, will be graded as “No Action”
  4. If the quoted golfer tees off to start the tournament, all wagers have action.
  5. If any golfer in a Head to Head, 2-ball, 3-ball, or 4 ball matchups does not tee off, all wagers on the event will be settled “No Action”
  6. Dead Heat Rule is applied in any situation where there is a tie unless tie/draw was offered for wagering on the event.
  7. If a tournament is shortened due to weather conditions, the official result of the tournament will be used when settling all wagers including tournament, match and group bets regardless of the number of rounds played.
  8. In the event that a tournament is shortened, any wager placed after the end of play will be void.
  9. If a golfer is disqualified from the round or tournament, after a round is complete, all wagers on the round or tournament will be graded as a loss for the golfer.
  10. For head to head wagers, the golfer that completes the most holes will be declared the winner. In the event that both golfers complete the same number of holes, the golf with the lowest score will be graded as the winner.
  11. On events where the tournament goes into a playoff, the winner of the playoff will be used for grading purposes.
  12. All grading disputes will be resolved using PGAtour.com, LPGA.com or EuropeanTour.com as the official source.

Golf Live Betting

  1. All wagers have action, regardless of if the player withdraws during the tournament.
  2. On events where the tournament goes into a playoff, the winner of the playoff will be used for grading purposes.
  3. All grading disputes will be resolved using PGAtour.com, LPGA.com or EuropeanTour.com as the official source.

 

BOXING / MIXED MARCIAL ARTS

  1. Unless otherwise specified, a fight must take place within 7 days of the listed date of the fight or the bout will be graded “No Action”.
  2. If either fighter is replaced, all wagers will be graded “No Action”.
  3. Once the bell sounds for the first round, the bout is considered official for betting purposes.
  4. To win the fight wagers will be settled as No Action in the result of a draw unless the draw option was offered.
  5. Results will be graded according to the official result at ringside. Results are not official for betting purposes until verified by an official at the fighting venue.
  6. Official or unofficial sanctioning body overturns of a fight decision based on appeal, suspension, lawsuit, drug testing or any other fighter sanction will not be recognized for betting purposes.
  7. If either fighter fails to answer the bell for the next round then his opponent will be deemed to have won in the previous round.
  8. In the case where a fight is declared a No Contest all bets will be “No Action” and risk will be returned unless the outcome of the wager has already been determined.
  9. All bets will have action regardless of changes to the number of rounds fought unless the scheduled number of rounds fought is lower than the posted total. In this case, wagers on the total would be graded “No Action”.
  10. Round Betting: All wagers placed prior to the number of rounds changing will be settled as “No Action”.
  11. For Boxing, a half round is determined as being 1 minute and 30 seconds of the respective round.
  12. For MMA, a half round is determined as being 2 minutes and 30 seconds of the respective round.
  13. For proposition wagers on the exact outcome of the fight where KO is an option; KO, TKO and disqualification are regarded as a Knock Out.
  14. Bouts that end according to a technical decision will be graded as decision unless a technical decision was available as a wagering option.
  15. To go the distance wagers will be official once the designated number of rounds is fully completed.

Boxing/MMA Live Betting:

  1. Fight Winner 2 Way: Does not include the draw and will be settled as “No Action” should the end result be a draw.
  2. Fight Winner 3 Way: Includes the draw and will be settled as such should the end result be a draw.
  3. Total Rounds: The round in which the fight ends will be used for settlement purposes. In the event a fighter retires in between rounds, or before the bell sounds to start the next round, the last complete round will be used for grading purposes.
  4. Bouts that end according to a technical decision will be graded as decision unless a technical decision was available as a wagering option.
  5. To go the distance wagers will be official once the designated number of rounds is fully completed.

 

MOTORSPORTS

  1. All wagers have action, regardless if the driver competes in the race.
  2. If the entire race is canceled, all wagers are “No Action”.
  3. The race must be run within 7 days of the scheduled start time for wagers to have action.
  4. Wagers are settled according to the official result on the day of the race.
  5. Results overturned on appeal will not be recognized for grading purposes.
  6. Shortened races will be graded according to the final result of the sport’s governing body.
  7. For head to head matchups, both drivers must start the race for wagers to have action.
  8. The warm-up lap counts as part of the race.
  9. In the event that both drivers fail to finish the race, head to head wagers will be settled according to the driver that completed the most laps.
  10. Qualifying matchups are graded based on qualifying times only.
  11. For NASCAR wagering, the wager will be settled according to the car which crosses the finish line provided that the listed driver started the race.
  12. All grading disputes will be resolved using the official result of the race league governing body.

 

TENNIS

  1. All wagers are “No Action” if either player retires before the match is completed, except in situations where the outcome of the wager has already been determined.
  2. Wagers on a specific set, completed before a player retires, have action.
  3. In the event that a match is postponed, bets have action as long as the match is rescheduled to take place within 7 days of the originally scheduled match.
  4. For matches offered on games or sets within a match, a walkover, retirement or disqualification during a game or set will result in wagers on that game or set to be graded “No Action” unless the bet has already been determined.
  5. All wagers on head to head matchups have action until the match is finished, regardless of any delays due to rain or darkness, change of schedule, change of location or change of surface.
  6. All tennis futures have action, whether or not the player competes in the tournament.
  7. Wagers on total games or games handicap are determined by the total number of games won by each player during the match.
  8. a. If a player is awarded the match win due to a withdrawal before the full number of sets are completed, all total games and games handicap wagers will be graded “No Action” unless the result has already been determined.
  9. Wagers on total sets are official once the entire match is complete. If either player retires before the completion of the match, all wagers will be graded “No Action” unless the result has already been determined. For example, if the 3rd set of a match begins but is not completed, wagers on Over 2.5 Sets would be settled as the winner.
  10. All grading disputes will be settled according to the result on Flashscore.com

Tennis Live Betting:

  1. All wagers are “No Action” if either player retires before the match is completed, except in situations where the outcome of the wager has already been determined.
  2. Wagers on a specific set, completed before a player retires, have action.
  3. 2. If a match is delayed for any reason, all wagers will have action until the match is complete.
  4. If a match includes the awarding of penalty points by the umpire, all wagers on that match will stand.
  5. If a match includes the awarding of a penalty game all wagers will be graded “No Action”
  6. If the wrong player is indicated as the server, then any wagers taken on the current or next game, and current or next game score are graded “No Action” regardless of the result.
  7. Tiebreaks and Match tie-break count as 1 game.
  8. In some competitions, the final set is determined by a Match tie-break. If a match is decided by a Match tie-break, it is considered the third set.
  9. For wagering on the Player to win games X and Y of set Z, both games must be played for bets to have action.
  10. All grading disputes will be settled according to the result on Flashscore.com

 

CRICKET

  1.  Wagers on matches affected by the weather will be settled in line with the official result provided (in the case of Test Matches), at least one ball has been bowled. In the event a test match is abandoned due to weather before a ball has been bowled or a match being abandoned for any reason other than weather, all bets will be graded “No Action”
  2. Wagers on Test Series betting are official once the full number of Tests have been played, otherwise, wagers will be graded as “No Action”.
  3. Wagers on individual Tests will stand.
  4. For One Day Internationals, in the event of a tie, match bets will be graded “No Action” unless draw was offered as a wagering option.
  5. A wager is deemed a Future wager if the event is offered for wagering one week prior to the tournament/event starting. All bets on Future matches have action whether competitors compete or not.
  6. All grading disputes will be settled using Cricinfo.com as the official source.

 

RUGBY

  1.  Rugby wagers are settled based on 80 minutes of play unless otherwise stated. 80 minutes of play includes any stoppage time.
  2. Rugby 7s, 9s and 10s are settled on the specific tournament regulation play and exclude extra time.
  3. If the match location is changed, all wagers on that match are graded “No Action”
  4. If there is a change in opponent, all wagers on that match are graded “No Action”
  5. If a match is abandoned or postponed, all wagers are graded “No Action” apart from markets where the outcome is already determined.
  6. All grading disputes will be resolved using the official result of the league governing body.

 

SNOOKER

  1.  Future wagers all have action.
  2. If a match begins but is not completed, the player who advances or is deemed the winner with be used for grading purposes.
  3. In the event a match is postponed, bets have action so long as the match is rescheduled to take place within 30 days of the original date.

 

DARTS

  1. If a match is postponed all wagers will be graded “No Action” unless the match is rescheduled and takes place within 24 hours of the originally scheduled start time.
  2. In the event a match is started but then shortened or not completed, all wagers will be graded “No Action” unless the result has already been determined.
  3. All future wagers have action, if a player does not start the tournament, wagers on this player will be graded as a loss.
  4. All grading disputes will be settled according to the result on Flashscore.com

Darts Live Betting

  1. Wagers on any match abandoned before the full completion of the required number of legs or sets will be graded as “No Action”, unless the result has already been determined.

 

ATHLETICS

  1.  All wagers have action whether an athlete competes or not.
  2. In the event of a disqualification, the podium positions will count as the official result and be used for the grading of wagers.
  3. For match-up wagers, both competitors must compete for wagers to have action.

 

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL

  1. All events will be settled including overtime unless otherwise stated.
  2. Regulation time must be complete for wagers to be official.
  3. If the length of a match is changed by the governing body prior to the commencement of play, the revised game length will be regarded as the official regulation time for the match and all bets will stand as long as this new regulation time is completed.
  4. If any match ends in a draw/tie, including overtime if played, then wagers will be settled as a Push unless a price is offered for draw/tie.

 

CYCLING BETTING 

  1. Competitors must pass the starting line of the respective event/stage for wagers to be official.
  2. Competitors that do not pass the start line will be settled as “No Action”
  3. All wagers are settled based on the results published by the official governing body of the specific race, taking in to account any inquiries/jury-decisions made within 24 hours of the respective stage start time.
  4. In the event of a disqualification, wagers will be settled on the result at the time of the podium presentation.

 

E-SPORTS 

  1. Wagers will be settled based on the official result as declared by the official governing body of the specified competition.
  2. Postponed matches must be played within 24 hours of the originally scheduled start time to have action, otherwise, they will be graded “No Action”.
  3. If a player or team is misspelled, all wagers will stand unless it is obviously wrong or clear that it was not the player or team playing that match.
  4. If the event of a match or map starting but not being completed, all wagers will be graded “No Action” unless a player is disqualified after the start of the match, in which case the player or team progressing to the next round or being awarded the victory will be used for grading purposes.
  5. If a match is played before the scheduled start time, then all wagers placed after the actual starting time will be graded “No Action”.
  6. If a match or map is replayed due to a disconnection, all wages on the specified market will be graded “No Action” unless the result is already determined.
  7. If a player or team is given a walkover on at least one map before the match starts, all wagers will be graded “No Action”
  8. If a map is replayed due to a non-player related technical problem, pre-match wagers will stand on the replayed map in accordance with the official result.
  9. If the required number of maps are changed or differ from those offered for betting purposes then all wagers on handicap betting, total map betting, correct score betting and ‘Race To’ Maps will be graded “No Action”

 

HANDBALL 

  1. All matches are graded base on the score at the end of regulation time, excluding overtime, unless otherwise stated on the bet description.
  2. If the scheduled 60 minutes is not played, all wagers will be graded “No Action” with the exception of events where the result has already been determined.

 

BADMINTON 

  1. Where applicable, the podium presentation will determine the grading of wagers. Subsequent disqualifications or appeals will not affect the wagers.
  2. In the event that a match starts but is not completed, all wagers will be graded “No Action” unless the result has already been determined.

 

WINTER SPORTS 

  1. All wagers are settled based on the official results of the governing body presiding over the sport in question. Subsequent disqualifications or appeals will not affect wagers.
  2. If the conditions of a specific event are changed from those originally listed by the sports governing body, all wagers will be graded “No Action”
  3. If an event is suspended or postponed, bets have action so long as the event is completed within 48 hours of the originally scheduled start time.
  4. a. For Winter Olympics events, the event must be complete before the end of the closing ceremonies.
  5. If the event takes place on a different run or in a different location, wagers will be graded “No Action”

Last updated: April, 2020.