3.4.1. Unless otherwise stated for specific betting types, the result of a live volleyball event is based on the result of the match after regular time. For settlement purposes, only the results published on the official sites of each competition will count.

3.4.2. If a volleyball 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. Otherwise, all bets related to that event, which are still unsettled will be considered void, while the bets already settled will remain valid.

3.4.3. Market Types

  • Winner Of The Match

You have to predict the winner of the match. There are 2 possible results:

1 (the first team wins the match)
2 (the second team wins the match)
  • Winner Set X

The winner of the Set X has to be predicted. If the set is not completed, this type of bet will be considered void.

  • Correct Score

You have to predict the exact result of the match. Six possible results: 3-0, 3-1, 3-2, 2-3, 1-3, 0-3.

Example:
Bets on "2-3", the bet will be won if the second team wins the match.
  • Total Set

You have to predict how many sets will be played. There are three possible results: 3, 4, 5.

Example:
Bets on "4" will be won if the match will end 3-1 or 1-3 (exactly 4 sets played).
  • Handicap

You have to predict the winner of the match by adding or subtracting the spread offered by  to the final score of the first team (Team 1).

Example:
If the spread is offered (-1.5):
- Bets on "1", will be won if the first team wins with a difference of at least 2 sets (e.g. 3-0 or 3-1).
- Bets on "2", will be won if the second team wins or loses the match with only one set difference.
If the spread is offered (1.5):
- Bets on "1", will be won if the first team wins or loses the match with only one set difference.
- Bets on "2", will be won if the second team wins with a difference of at least 2 sets (e.g. 3-0 or 3-1).
  • Over/Under

You have to predict whether the total number of points scored in one match will be higher or lower than the indicated spread.

  • Set Over/Under

You have to predict whether the total number of points made during the Set will be higher or lower than the indicated spread.

  • Set Over/Under Team 1 & Team 2

You have to predict whether the total number of points scored by the specified team (Team 1 or Team 2) in a specified set will be higher or lower the indicated spread.

  • Set Handicap

You must predict the winner of the set by adding or subtracting the spread offered by  to the final score of the first team (Team 1).

Example:
If the spread offered is (-5.5):
- Bets on "1", will be won if the first team wins the set with a difference of at least 6 points (e.g. Team 1 must win the Set at least 25-19).
- Bets on "2", will be won if the second team wins or loses the match with a difference of 6 or less points (e.g. Team 2 must score at least 20 points).
  • Odd/Even Set X

You have to predict whether the total number of points made during a set X is Odd or Even.