All games must start on the scheduled date (local time) for bets to have action.
Abandoned or postponed matches are void unless rearranged and played on the same date (local time) or stated otherwise in the rules. An exception is made if incorrect kick off time is announced on our website.
All bets on the game include overtime scoring unless stated otherwise.
Games must go at least 55 minutes of play for bets to have action. If a game is suspended before 55 complete minutes are played, all bets on the outcome of the game are refunded unless otherwise stated, except for bets on any markets that have been unconditionally determined.
In 2-way markets push rules apply unless otherwise stated below. Stakes on single bets are returned and in multiples/parlays the selection is treated as a non-runner.
If a match venue is changed, bets already placed will stand providing the home team is still designated as such. If the home and away team for a listed match are reversed, then bets based on the original listing will be void.
Live betting game bets include overtime.
Points are considered regardless of whether they are scored before or after the bet is placed.
Teasers/Super Teasers/Monster Teasers allow adjustment of points spread and game totals on two or more teams.
A fixed number of points are bought on all selections in the teaser. The number of teams selected and the number of points selected determine the payout odds:
Two teams = -110/1.9
Three teams = +170/2.7
Four teams = +290/3.9
Five teams = +450/5.5
Six teams = +650/7.5
Two teams = -120/1.83
Three teams = +150/2.5
Four teams = +240/3.4
Five teams = +400/5
Six teams = +550/6.5
Two teams = -130/1.76
Three teams = +130/2.3
Four teams = +190/2.9
Five teams = +350/4.5
Six teams = +450/5.5
10-point Teasers (Super)
Three teams = -120/1.83 (push loses)
13-point Teasers (Monster)
Four teams = -120/1.83 (push loses)
All selections must be successful in order for the bet to win.
If a selection in the teaser is a push, the teaser will drop to the next lower level, in case a lower level is offered for that particular teaser.
A push in a two team teaser without a loss will make the entire bet lost.
When placing a bet on a super/monster teaser a push will result in a lost bet.
Teaser bets will only be allowed on pre-match events and for selected leagues, including:
1. Regular teasers for NFL and NCAAF: 6, 6½ and 7 points
2. SUPER TEASERS: 3 teams teaser – buying 8 points, ties lose, odds -120/1.83
3. MONSTER TEASER: 4 teams teaser – buying 10 points, ties lose, odds -120/1.83
Buying points allows you to change the point-spread or the game total of an American Football game. You can move the point-spread in order to get more points when betting on the underdog, and fewer points when betting on the favorite. You can move the total in order to get a higher total when betting on under or a lower total if betting on over.
Predict the winner of the game. Bets include overtime if played. If the game ends in a draw, 2Way bets on Winner will be void.
Predict the winner of the game, applying the given spread (handicap).
Over/Under / Total Points
Predict if the points scored by both teams will be over or under a given number.
Bets settled on the first half result only.
Bets will be void if the match is abandoned before halftime.
If a match is abandoned during the second half then all first half bets are still valid.
Bets settled on the second half result only include overtime.
Bets settled on the quarters result only.
If the entire game is not completed, wagers on quarters will have action in case the relevant period was completed.
Bets settled on the 4th quarter result only include overtime (unless otherwise stated).
Predict the result of a match at halftime and fulltime.
Example: If you choose 1/2, you bet on the home team to lead in the first half and the away team to win the game.
Bets on Halftime/Fulltime exclude overtime.
A prediction of whether the total number of accumulated points in a game will add up to an odd or even number.
Total Team Odd/Even
A prediction of whether the points scored by a named team will add up to an odd or even number.
First to score/Last to score
First/Last team to score means betting on which team will score the first or last point in a match.
If an event is abandoned after a point has been scored, then all bets on First team to score will stand, while bets on Last team to score will be void.
If an event is abandoned without any points being scored, then all wagers on First/Last team to score will be void.
Total team points
“Total team points” is similar to Over/Under Wager.
Win/loss is determined by the points accumulated by a named team.
Should a team be disqualified from the tournament prior to the match, and a bye is awarded, then all qualification bets will be void.
Predict whether the game will go to overtime or not.
Highest Scoring Half/Quarter
Highest Half/Quarter bets include overtime.
Push rules apply.
“Touchdowns” is similar to Over/Under Wager.
Win/loss is determined by the number of Touchdowns accumulated by both teams.
Bets on players not taking part in the match will be void. If a player doesn’t play until First Touchdown is scored, then bets on him regarding First Touchdown will be void.
If a match is abandoned, all bets will be void, unless a Touchdown is already scored. Then all bets for First Touchdown scorer will stand, Last and Anytime Touchdown scorers will be void.
Predict the team to win the match and the margin of victory. Overtime is included (if played).
Race to 10
Predict which team will be the first to score 10 points in the game. If the game is abandoned or finishes before 10 points are scored by any team, bets will be void.