When betting on a sporting event, you must adhere to the relevant sports betting rules. These rules govern the settlement of bets in individual sports and the use of the Operator’s interactive sports betting products. Unless otherwise stated, bets are settled based on the final score at the end of the game. This includes overtime play, if applicable.
Before placing your bets, you should choose a reputable sportsbook. Licensed sportsbooks are regulated by the government. Make sure to choose a sportsbook with high payout limits, outstanding customer service, VIP programs, and a user-friendly layout. In addition to these factors, you should also be sure to read the sportsbook’s terms and conditions to determine if it is right for you.
You can also bet on half-time or full-time matches. You can also place a mix parlay bet, where you make several selections from different games or matches. However, it is not recommended to bet on the same match twice because the result of one game could influence the outcome of the others. Another option is a money line bet, which involves betting on the outcome of two paired competitors. If the team or player doesn’t perform as expected, the bet will be canceled.
In running (Live) bets are available for select sports. In running bets are available on matches that are marked as “live” or “in-play”. In running bets are allowed until the Operator stops betting on an event.