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    1. The start dates and times displayed on our website for E-Sport matches are an indication only and are not guaranteed to be correct. That means wagers will stand if a match is offered with an incorrect date and/or time.

    If a match is actually suspended or postponed and not resumed within 12 hours from the actual scheduled start time, then wagers on the match will have no action and be refunded.

    The exception being any wager on whether a team/player advances in a tournament or wins the tournament will have action regardless of a suspended or postponed match.

    2. If the name of a player or team is misspelled, all wagers will stand as long as it’s clear what game or match the wagers are on. If a player or team changes their name, lines offered using their previous name will have action as long as it’s clear what game or match the wagers are on.

    3. If in an official match a player plays with the wrong nickname or on a smurf-account, the result is still valid unless it is evident that it is not the player that was supposed to play that match.

    4. All wagers will be settled using the official result as declared by the relevant governing body of the competition concerned.

    5. If a draw option has not been made available, then extra time will count, if played.

    6. Handicap betting: A spread in E-Sports can be Rounds/Maps or other counting measures dependent on the game. The spread will only be referred to as the spread. (For example, in Counter Strike the spread will be rounds won, while in Starcraft 2 the spread would be maps).

    Handicapping is a way of making a sports contest more even and thus more interesting as a betting object. In E-Sports betting, this is done by awarding one of the teams/players, the underdog, some maps/rounds ahead

    If Player A wins the match by two maps or more, Player A bettors win and Player B bettors lose. If Player A wins by exactly one map or Player B wins, Player B bettors win and PlayerA bettors lose.

    7. Total Betting: A total in E-sports can be Rounds/Maps or other counting measures dependent on the game. The total will only be referred to as the total.

    If either player wins 2-0 all bets on under 2.5 will win, while bets on the over will lose. If either player wins 2-1 all bets on the over win, while bets on the under lose.

    If a map is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all bets on the outcome will have action and will be validated based on the official declared winner. Counter-Strike maps are exceptions to this rule, for which all moneyline, spread and total bets are canceled if a team retires or is disqualified before all scheduled map rounds are played.

    Should a player/team withdraw before a tournament begins, or retire during a tournament, bets on that player/team to win the tournament, or to advance in tournament, will be canceled and monies refunded.

    If the respective player/team withdraws before the tournament begins while being listed as “must start”, then wagers on whether a player/team advances in tournament or wins the tournament, will have no action and monies refunded – this applies to all players/teams participant in the tournament.

    If the announced number of maps/rounds is changed or the match is offered with an incorrect map/round format, all wagers on the match, maps and wager types related directly to the match or maps will be cancelled.

    If a player or team receives a walkover or win by admin decision on a map before the start of the map all wagers on the map will be cancelled.

    In CS:GO: If a team retires, receives a win by admin decision or is disqualified before all scheduled rounds on a map are played, all wagers on the map will be cancelled.

    In Dota2, League of Legends and other games: If a walkover or win by admin decision is given in the first 10 minutes of a map, all wagers on the map will be cancelled. If a win by admin decision is awarded past minute 10, the map will be graded using the official result.

    If wagers on at least one map of a series were cancelled due to any of the reasons listed above, all wagers on the series line will also be cancelled. Furthermore, If at least one map of a series is postponed by more than 12 hours, all wagers on the series will be cancelled.

    Live Betting: In live betting, if a map is replayed due to a draw, disconnect or similar reasons, all live wagers on the respective map will be canceled. The replay of the map will be treated as a separate game.

    Wagers will not be cancelled because a team is playing with a stand-in or replacement player. If the organizer of the event allows for stand-ins and there is an official result, all bets will be graded normally.

    In games with a Hero Draft/Champions Select phase (dota 2, LoL, etc...) bets during this phase are allowed.

    Props:
    Minutes: A total will be offered on the duration of a map (in minutes). If the map ends in fewer minutes than the total offered, the “under” will win and the “over” will lose. If the map lasts longer than the total offered, the “over” wins and the “under” loses. If the map ends at exactly the same number of minutes as the total offered, wagers will be pushed and money returned.

    Example: A total of 36 is offered on the Minutes prop in Dota2.
    If the map ends at 36:02, “over” wins and “under” loses.
    If the map ends at 35:45, “under” wins and “over” loses.
    If the map ends at exactly 36:00, wagers are pushed and money is returned.
    First Tower: The first team that has one of their towers destroyed loses this bet.
    First Blood: The team that is announced in-game to get "First Blood" wins this bet.
    1st to 10 kills: The first team to get to 10 kills on the in-game scoreboard wins this bet.
    1st Round: The team that wins the first round wins this bet.
    1st to 5 Rounds: The team that first wins 5 rounds wins this bet.
    In Dota and LoL any Kill props will be graded using the in-game scoreboard, displayed at the top of the screen.

    If a 5v5 team match starts with less than 10 players, or if a 6v6 team match starts with less than 12 players, all bets on the map and series will be cancelled. In DotA2 and League of Legends, if a player disconnects during the first 10 minutes and is unable to reconnect or be replaced for the rest of the game, all bets on the map and series will be cancelled. In CSGO, if at least 5 rounds are played with less than 10 players, all bets on the map and series will be cancelled. One or more player(s) disconnecting or quitting after 10 minutes into a DotA2 or League of Legends match is not a valid reason for the cancellation of wagers on that map or any props concerning that map.

    If a map is remade or rewound (for example by Chronobreak in League of Legends) after being partially completed, any props (1st blood, 1st tower, 1st to 10 kills etc...) already decided will be graded with the results from the partially completed map. Any props that are not yet decided will be graded with the results from the remade or rewound map.

    For CSGO Live: When betting on lines that are marked with “Full Buy” such as Natus Vincere (R04, Full Buy) vs Virtus Pro (R04, Full Buy), you are betting on who will win the round. The “Full Buy” is a condition that must be met in order for wagers on the round to stand.

    For example, when wagering on Natus Vincere (R04, Full Buy) vs Virtus Pro (R04, Full Buy) you are betting on which team will win the fourth round. However, all wagers on the round will be cancelled if one of the two team does not make a “Full Buy”.

    A “Full Buy” is defined as follows:

    At most one player on each team starts the round with a primary weapon worth less than $1000. The weapon does not need to be bought by the player themselves but can be given to them by a teammate.

    Examples:
    NaVi versus Virtus Pro:
    NaVi is on T side, 4 players buy an AK47, one player does not have enough money and only buys a Tec-9. All Players on Virtus Pro start with Rifles. Wagers will stand because only one player started with a primary weapon worth less than $1000.

    NaVi versus Virtus Pro:
    NaVi is on T side, 4 players buy an AK47, one player only buys a Desert Eagle. Virtus Pro has 4 players starting with an M4A1 and one player starting with a Five-Seven. Wagers will stand because only one player on each team started with a primary weapon worth less than $1000.

    NaVi versus Virtus Pro:
    NaVi is on T side, 3 players start with an AK47, 2 players buy only a Tec-9. No matter what the players on Virtus Pro buy, all wagers on this round will be cancelled because two or more players on the same team started the round with a primary weapon worth less than $1000.

    In a match where one team/player has an advantage of one or more maps awarded as part of the tournament format (for example due to one team coming from the upper bracket in a double elimination format), our match line will include the given advantage. If there is a 1-0 advantage, our map offering will start with map 2, if there is a 2-0 advantage, our map offering will start with map 3 and so on. If the advantage comes from a walkover/default win that was awarded by admin decision for example due to one team showing up late to their match this does not apply.

    In Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), Fortnite and other Battle Royale games the outright winner will be graded according to the official ranking. Head to head matchups between players/teams will also be graded according to the official ranking. If the ranking calculation is not clearly explained by the official tournament rules, bets will be graded as follows:
    Bets on an individual round will be graded based on the placement of the team or player in said round. Placement referring to which team lasted longer.

    Bets on a whole day of play will be graded based on the total points (Placement Points + Kill Points) gained on that day by the teams or players in question. This applies even if only a single round/match was played on that day.

    Bets on the whole event such as “outright winner” will also be graded based on the total points (Placement Points + Kill Points) gained by each team or player over the course of the event.

    If we offer props for a specific player on a specific map, the player has to start on that map for wagers to stand. If the props are offered for a specific player for a whole match, the player has to start on all maps of that match for wagers to stand.

    Example:
    Natus Vincere vs FaZe – Map 1 – Total kills by s1mple: Over/Under 21.5. If s1mple is replaced by a different player on Map 1, all wagers on this prop will be cancelled.