WINTER SPORTS & WINTER OLYMPICS / GAMES
- For betting purposes, participants awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze at the medal ceremony will be deemed as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winner.
- Podium positions will count as the official results, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result.
- All bets will still stand even if a crew or individual competes or not.
- If the event starts before the scheduled time, only bets placed before the event commenced will be considered valid. Bets placed after the event commenced will be considered void. This excludes In-Play bet types.
- If the conditions of a specific event have changed from those originally listed by the Official Governing Body, all bets on the event will be considered void.
- Altered official distance Note: For Cross-Country and Biathlon, if the listed official distance changes and is different from the published distance on our website, all bets will be considered void.
- Bets are settled according to the official results of the International Ski Federation (FIS), the International Skating Union (ISU), the International Biathlon Union (IBU), the Official International Olympic Committee (IOC) or any official body deemed to have such authority for competitions even in the absence of a medal ceremony.
- These rules cover the following:
- Alpine Skiing
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Freestyle Skiing
- Nordic Combined
- Skating (Winter)
- Skeleton / Tobogganing
- Ski Jumping
- Short Track Speed Skating / Speed Skating
- Figure Skating
GENERAL HEAD TO HEAD RULES
- Both participants must leave the start line / gate for bets to stand. If an event comprises of just one round, then official results from that round will be used for settlement purposes.
- The player that qualifies with a higher position or scores more points is deemed the winner. In the event that there is no way to discern which player places in a higher position or scores more points, all bets will be considered void.
- For multiple round events, if both participants fail to qualify for the next round, all bets will be considered void. If both participants qualify for the next round but none make to the completion of the event, the participant with the fastest recorded time or scores more points in the previous round is deemed the winner.
INDIVIDUAL SPORT RULES
- Bets will be settled according to the final score including extra "ends". The match must be completed or conceded by the losing team for bets to stand. In the event that the match does not fully complete, all bets will be considered void.
- Specific End Winner: This bet refers to winner of a specific "end". The respective "end" must be completed for bets to be considered valid.
- For shooting performance (including head to head) if a biathlete starts but fails to finish a race then bets will be voided except for those bets of which the outcome has already been determined at the time the athlete fails to finish.
- Head to Head: The winner will be the skier who is placed higher in the race. If one of the skiers does not take part in the race, all bets are void. If a skier is disqualified or does not finish the race for any reason, then the other skier is deemed the winner. A skier can only be deemed a winner if they are listed in the official race classification (e.g. in the case of Slalom or Giant Slalom, both runs must be completed as specified in the event rules). If both skiers do not finish the race for any reason, the shortest time difference based on the first time check will determine the winner regardless of numbers of time check done by both skiers.