2.4.1 Unless otherwise specified, for some types of bets, the outcome of a bet on a volleyball match will be settled on the result at the regular score. In some competitions, there is the possibility that a free set will be played to determine the winner of a tournament, the result of which will not be considered for settlement purposes.

2.4.2 If a volleyball match is officially postponed or suspended, all bets related will remain valid if the match is resumed and completed by midnight (CET) of the third day following the scheduled date. If the match is not replayed or completed as above, all bets are considered void. 

 

2.4.3 Market types

  • Head to Head (HH)

You have to predict the winner of the match. There are two possible outcomes:

1 HH (the home team wins the match)
2 HH (the away team wins the match)
  • Set Handicap (Spread)

The winner of the match must be predicted by adding or subtracting the offered spread on the match result in terms of set wins by each team. The correct score (points) of each set is irrelevant to this type of bet.

The handicap, both positive and negative, is always related to the home team.

Example:
Bet on "(H.-1.5) Home" will be winner if the home team wins with at least two sets of difference against the opponent.
Betting on "(H.-1.5) Away" the bet will be winner if:
- The away team wins the match
- The away team wins at least two sets
  • Set Betting

You have to predict the exact result of the match in terms of number of sets won by each team.

There are 6 possible outcomes: 3-0, 3-1, 3-2, 0-3, 1-3, 2-3 

  • Winner Set X

You must predict the winner of Set X.

  • Over / Under Points (spread)

You have to predict whether the total number of points scored during the match will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by the Site.

  • Total number of played sets

You have to predict the total number of played sets. 

  • Over / Under (including Overtime)

It is necessary to predict if the total number of points scored during the match will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by the Site, including overtime.

  • Over / Under Sets (spread)

You have to predict if the total number of sets played during the match will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by the Site.

  • Winning First Set

You must predict the winner of the 1st set of the match.