* Not applicable for customers from the Dominican Republic
- The statistics provided by the official score provider or the official website of the relevant competition will be used to settle bets. When the statistics of an official score provider or official website are not available, or there is significant evidence that the official score provider or official website is incorrect, we will use independent evidence to support bet settlement.
- In the absence of consistent, independent evidence, or in the face of significant conflicting evidence, the bets will be settled following a thorough investigation.
- Official game time:
All full-time bets are official after 8½ innings if the home time is in the lead, or after 9 full innings if the visiting team is winning. This includes money line or ´to win´ bets, total runs (over/under), and run line betting.
Special rules for MLB exhibition baseball*
- Games must last 5 innings (or 4½ if the home team is winning) for them to count as an official game for money line betting.
- After the 5th inning, if an inning is not played to completion, the score will revert to the previously completed inning, unless the home team has won.
- With regard to run lines and totals, the games must last 9 innings (or 8½ if the home team is ahead) for bets to be official.
* These rules apply only to exhibition games and NOT to regular-season games.
- Game length changes:
A game is scheduled to be played as a regular 9-inning game; however, if before the start it is announced that it will be reduced to a 7-inning game, then all bets will be void on the original lines.
- Bets will also be void in the reverse situation: a game is scheduled for 7 innings, but it is changed to 9 innings.
- In both scenarios, once the new odds are published bets can be placed again.
- Unless otherwise stated, all baseball bets (professional, college, and softball) are ‘Action’ bets.
- Action - this is a team versus team bet. The bet has action at a confirmed price, regardless of the starting pitcher.
Example: You place a bet at -160 and it is confirmed; then there is a change of pitcher after the confirmation. Even if the line moves at -130 or -200 depending on the new pitcher, your bet still has action at -160.
- This includes teams, totals, run lines (handicap/spread), team totals, first five innings, and innings.
- ‘Listed pitchers’ is not relevant for the result of the bets.
- Action - this is a team versus team bet. The bet has action at a confirmed price, regardless of the starting pitcher.
- We do not recognize postponed games, protests or overturned decisions for betting purposes. As long as the event starts (in other words, the first pitch is thrown before midnight local time) on the scheduled day, all bets will have action. If inclement weather (or similar delay) pushes the start time to after midnight local time, but the game takes place, all bets will have action.
Suspended/postponed games - MLB, NCAA, and the Dominican Republic
- For full-game bets to have action, the game must reach the official game time with a winner declared before 5 a.m. (in the local time zone).
- If a game is suspended and is not completed before 5 a.m, all the bets in the full game will be void and the amounts wagered will be reimbursed. This applies to games suspended before they start and games suspended during play.
- This rule does not apply during the playoffs. All postseason bets have action provided that the game is completed within 30 days from the original start date.
- All bets placed in markets whose results have already been determined, will have action.
Suspended/postponed games - International Leagues and Softball
- In respect of International Leagues (excluding the Dominican Republic league) and Softball, in order for full-game bets to have action, the game must reach the official game time with a winner declared within 36 hours of the scheduled start time.
- If a game is suspended and is not completed before 5 a.m., all the bets in the full game will be void and the amounts wagered will be reimbursed. This applies to games suspended before they start and games suspended during play.
Conditions for Double Header games
Double Header: When two teams play more than one game on the same date.
- Game 1 will always be the first one played on a day, and Game 2 will be the second game. In the event that only one game concludes within the 36-hour action window, the concluded game will always be considered Game 1, and all the bets on Game 2 will be refunded.
- Any bet placed on Game 2 will only have action if both games are played by the same teams within the 36-hour action window.
Example: A double header is scheduled for the daytime or nighttime. The earlier starting game is canceled because of weather conditions, and only the nighttime game will take place. The bets on Game 1 will apply to the game that is actually played, and the bets on Game 2 will be refunded.
- In the event that a double-header game is scheduled for just 7 innings (such as in the MLB 2020 season), it must go 7 innings (6½ if the home team is winning) for the bets to have action. The games must be completed with a winner declared:
- MLB: By 5 a.m. (In the time zone where the game is played).
- NCAA, International Leagues and Softball: Within 36 hours of the scheduled start time, regardless of the venue.
Team name and location changes (Future bets have action)
If an organization undergoes a change of team name, future bets placed before the change will not be affected and will still have action. This applies to any part of the name that is changed (mascot/logo or the city/region).
For example, if a bet is placed on a team to win the championship, and prior to the start of the season this team announces that it will use a new mascot, the bet stands.
This also applies to any location changes that might occur, such as a team which transfers its home games to a new stadium whether for either a portion of or the whole season. In this case, futures bets for this team will have action.
This must not be confused with a change of venue of an individual game, in which case different rules will apply and the non-future bets may be void.
Future bets covered by these rules include (but are not limited to) teams to win a division, conference or championship, team season win totals, awards to individual players, and statistical achievements.
In little league, high school, or college baseball, a mercy rule is enforced whereby the game is stopped if a team is winning by a sufficiently large margin at a certain point of the game (for example, if the NCAA team is leading by over 10 runs after 7 innings).
In any situation where the mercy rule is invoked, games are considered complete for betting purposes, and all bets on money lines, totals, and run lines will have action.
Games in extra innings
For any baseball game which goes into extra innings and is then postponed or suspended, bets will have action if:
- The league determines the result to be official at that point.
- The game is resumed and is completed by 5 a.m. (MLB), or within 36 hours (NCAA, International and Softball).
- The score of the MLB game is 8-4 in the top of the 10th inning, with the visiting team in the lead. The game is suspended and the MLB rules that this score is the official result. All bets have action.
- The NCAA is suspended in the 12th inning with the score tied at 3-3. The NCAA decides that the game will resume within 5 days. All bets are void, since the game will not be completed within 36 hours.
Money Line betting
You predict whether the winner of the game will be the home team or the visiting team.
All money line bets are Action.
All money line bets are official after 8½ innings if the home time is in the lead, or after 9 full innings if the visiting team is ahead.
Run Line betting
Run Lines are the baseball version of spread betting. The run line adds 1.5 runs to the underdog (+1.5) or subtracts 1.5 runs from the favorite (-1.5).
All run line bets are Action.
All run line bets are official after 8½ innings if the home time is in the lead, or after 9 full innings if the visiting team is ahead.
On most games, there are alternative run lines where the favorite is -2.5 runs and the exact same rules apply.
You can bet on “Over” or “Under” for the total number of runs scored by both teams combined during the whole game.
All bets on totals are Action.
All line bets on the total are official after 8½ innings if the home time is in the lead, or after 9 full innings if the visiting team is ahead.
First and Second Half betting
- For betting purposes, the first half of a baseball game is counted from the start of the game until the end of the fifth inning.
- The second half goes from the top of the sixth inning to the end of the game.
- If a game goes past the ninth inning, all the scores in the extra innings will count towards the second half bets.
- All bets on the first half will have action once the game reaches 5 completed innings (4½ if the home team is winning. If a game is suspended before completing 4½ or 5 innings, the bets will be void, unless the game is resumed and completed within 36 hours of the original start time.
Home / Visiting Team - Total Strikeouts
You bet on whether the total number of strikeouts in the game is higher than (over) or lower than (under) the offered number of strikeouts.
* For the purposes of these bets, only the strikeouts scored by the pitchers count.
Initial Pitcher - Total Strikeouts
The offered pitcher must start for the bets to be valid. Bets will be resolved on the basis of the total number of strikeouts (scored against the visiting team).
* The bets will be canceled if the game does not reach the required number of innings. (9 complete innings or 8½ if the home team is ahead).
Number of wins in the regular MLB season
This is a bet based on the Over/Under of the team's overall winning percentage for the regular season.
- The team must play a minimum of 160 games of the regular season for the ‘Season Wins’ bets to have action.
- These kinds of bets do not include playoff games; they are regular season only.
- ‘Wild card tie-breaker’ games at the end of the season are considered playoff games and do not count towards the regular season totals.
- The winning percentage displayed at the end of the regular season on com will be the official source for grading purposes.
Baseball series (Regular Season)
- Bets on baseball series are based on the first three games played in each series.
- At least two of the first three games must be played for the bets to have action.
- If only one of the first three games is postponed or canceled, the bets on the series stay as they are.
- If two of the first three games are postponed or canceled, all the bets on that series will be graded as ‘No action’ and the money will be refunded.
- A called game will count towards a series bet, provided it is officially declared a regulation game. The 9-innings rule does not apply.
Scoring in the First Inning
As soon as a run is scored in the 1st inning, all bets will have action, even if the game is delayed, or suspended at any later time (even in the first inning).
If the 1st inning is completed without a single run having been scored and the game is suspended, all bets will have action. Bets will be no action only if the game is suspended with a 0-0 tie, while still in the first inning.
Team with most runs in the inning
You bet on the team with the larger run score in a specific inning.
If there is a draw for the highest-scoring inning , all bets will be graded as a draw.
Team which is ahead after the (x) inning
You bet on which team will be in the lead as from a specific inning.
For bets to have action, the full inning must be completed.
Team to win (x) inning
You bet on the team which will win a specific inning.
If the inning ends in a draw, the bet will be no action.
Who will win the 9th inning? If the home team does not have to bat, it will be graded as a score of 0 for that team.
Total bases bets
The “total bases” bet is a game up between two players in the same game, where you bet on which player will make most bases in the game.
The bases are only awarded in hits, as follows:
- Single = 1 base
- Double = 2 bases
- Triple = 3 bases
- Home run = 4 bases
- Bases are not awarded for any of the following:
- Walk, including when this is intentional
- Advancing by Mistake
- Advancing during the pitch
- Advancing in a third strike
- Stolen bases
- Hit by pitch
The official MLB (or the applicable league) scoring is used (including plays voided through the video review); and league decisions are final.
For bets to have action, the full 9 innings must be played (8½ if the home team is in the lead) and both players must have at least one turn at batting; and both players must start the game.
If a player begins in a defensive position, but is withdrawn from the game before recording an at-bat, the bet will have no action.
Stack Attack Proposition
Stack Attack is a team over/under proposition that represents the total points scored for all plate appearances made by the first five hitters to make a plate appearance for that particular team, based on the following scoring system:
- Single → 3 points
- Double → 5 points
- Triple Single → 8 points
- Home Run → 10 points
- Run batted in → 2 points
- Scored run → 2 points
- Base on balls → 2 points
- Hit By Pitch → 2 points
- Stolen base → 5 points
Bets are official after 8½ innings if the home time is in the lead, or after 9 full innings if the visiting team is ahead.
All-Star Game Tie Rule
If the 2022 MLB All-Star game is tied after 9 innings, the game will go Home Run contest. A single run will be added to the total score for the winning team.
Example: If tied 3-3 after 9 full innings, and the NL (National League) wins the Home Run contest the final score of the game will be NL 4-3.
If this occurs, the final score will be the official score for grading purposes on all sides Money Lines, Totals, and Run Lines.
However, all prop bets are limited to the first full 9 innings of play and do not include the home run contest.