2.7.1 The results of the bets on ice hockey events is based on the result at the end of the regular time of the game. Unless specified otherwise for some types of bets, overtime and subsequent penalties will not influence the result of the bet.

2.7.2 In case a hockey match has been postponed or suspended, all bets related remain valid if the match is played and completed by midnight on the third day after the official scheduled date. In case bets are placed on partial results or other events related to the competition, all bets are still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.

 

2.7.3 Market types

  • 1X2

You must predict the outcome of the match. There are three possible outcomes:

1 (the home team wins)
X (the match ends in a draw)
2 (the away team wins).
Any overtime and penalties are not taken into consideration.
  • Head to Head (HH)

You have to predict which team will win the match. There are two possible outcomes:

1 HH (the home team wins)
2 HH (the away team wins).
The outcome of this type of bet is based on regular times plus any overtime and subsequent penalties.
  • Heads-Up with Handicap (spread)

You have to predict which team will win the match by adding or subtracting the spread indicated in the bet to the final result. The outcome of this bet is based on regular times and additional times.

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

Example:
Bets on "(H.-3.5) Home" will win if the home team after regular time and overtime wins with a difference of at least 4 goals.
Bets on "(H.-3.5) Away" will win if:
- The away team after the regular times and additional times wins the match.
- The away team after the regular times and additional times loses by conceding a maximum of 3 goals to his opponent.
  • Over/Under (spread)

You have 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.

  • First Goal

You have to predict which team will score the first goal in the match, excluding overtime.

  • Double chance

You have to predict how the match will end with a double choice: 1X / X2 / 12, obviously excluding the overtime. 

  • Correct Score

You have to predict the exact result of how the game will end, excluding overtime.

  • 1st Period

You have to predict how the 1st period of the match will end: 1, X and 2.

  • First Period O / U

You have to predict whether the goals scored in the 1st period of the match are higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by

  • Even/Odd

You have to predict if the total number of goals scored at the end of the match, including any overtime and shootout, will be an even number or an odd number (0 is considered even).