2.26.1 The outcome of a bet on an American football match is based on the result obtained at the end of the regular time and any overtime.

2.26.2 If an American football match is officially postponed or suspended, all bets related to it will remain valid if the match is held by midnight on the third day. In case of betting on partial results or other events related to competitions, the bet is still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.

2.26.3 Market Types

  • Head to Head (HH)

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

1 HH (home team wins)
2 HH (away team wins)
  • 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 handicap, both positive and negative, is always related to the home team.

Example:
Bets on "(H.-8.5) Home" will be won if the home team wins the match with a minimum of 9 points win.
Bets on "(H.-8.5) Away" will be won if:
- The host team wins the match.
- The away team loses by conceding a maximum of 8 points to their 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 Team to Score

You have to predict which of the two teams will score first. Two possible outcomes are offered:

1 (the home team scores first)
2 (the away team scores first)
  • Over/Under Touchdown

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

  • Even/Odd

You have to predict whether the number of points scored during the match will be Even or Odd. If the match ends in a draw, the winning selection will be Even.

  • MVP (Most Valuable Player)

You have to predict who will be the best player in the game. The names of some players will be listed in the list of possible selections plus the "other" selection.

By selecting the "other", the bet will be won if the best player chosen will not be among the names listed.

  • First Score Method

You have to predict how the first points will be scored (touchdown, field goal, safety).

Important Note: The touchdown is worth 6 points. The field goal is worth 3 points and is achieved by kicking the ball between the uprights and over the crossbar. The safety is 2 points and it occurs when the defence team manages to tackle the offensive player with the ball in his own end zone.

  • Heads-Up with Handicap HT (spread)

You have to predict which team will end the 1st half in advantage by adding or subtracting the spread indicated in the bet at the end of the 1st half.

The handicap, both positive and negative, is always associated with the home team.

Example:
Bets on "(H.-4.5) Home" the bet will be won if the home team ends the 1st half with an advantage over the opponent of at least 5 points.
Bets on "(H.-4.5) Away" the bet will be won if:
- The away team ends the 1st time in the lead
- The away team loses with a difference no more than 4 points over the opponent.
  • Over/Under HT

You have to predict if the total number of points scored at the end of the 1st half will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by the Site. 

  • Head to Head (HH) Yards - Quarterback (QB)

You have to predict which of the two QBs will make passes for the largest number Yards.

  • Head to Head (HH) Yards - Running Back (RB)

You have to predict which of the two RBs will run for the largest number of Yards.