3.10.1. Unless otherwise stated all bets will be settled based on the score at the end of regulation time and excluding overtime if played.

For settlement purposes, only the official sites of each competition will be considered valid.

3.10.2. If a handball 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.

 

3.10.3. Market Types

  • 1X2

The winner has to be predicted at the end of the regular time.

  • Head to Head

You have to predict the winner of the match, considering any overtime played.

  • Handicap (3 choices)

You have to predict the winner of the match by adding or subtracting the spread offered by to the final score.

If the spread offered is -2
- Bets on "Home” will be won if the home team wins with a difference of minimum 3 goals
- Bets on "Draw” will be won if the home team wins with a difference of exactly 2 goals
- Bets on "Away" will be won if the match ends in a draw if the away team wins or loses by one goal difference
  • Handicap (2 choices)

You have to predict the winner of the match by adding or subtracting the spread offered by to the final score.

Example:
If the spread offered is -6.5:
- Bets on "Home” will be won if the home team wins with a difference of at least 7 goals
- Bets on "Away" will be won if the away team wins or loses with a difference of less than 7 goals
  • Over/Under

You have to predict whether, at the end of the game, the total number of goals scored will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by Overtime will count for settlement purposes.

  • Over/Under (Team)

You have to predict whether, at the end of the game, the total number of goals scored by a team (Home or Away) will be Over or Under than the spread offered by Overtime will count for settlement purposes.

  • 1st-2nd Half 1X2
The winner of the playing period has be predicted (1st Half or 2nd Half).
Three possible outcomes: Home, Draw, Away.
  • Head to Head 1st-2nd Half

The winner of the playing period has to be predicted (1st Half or 2nd Half).

  • Over/Under 1st-2nd Half

It has to be predicted whether at the end of the game period (1st Half or 2nd Half) the total number of goals will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by

  • Over/Under Team 1st-2nd Half

You have to predict if the total number of goals for a team (Home or Away) will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) at the end of the game period (1st Half or 2nd Half) than the spread offered by

  • Handicap 1st-2nd Half (3 choices)

The winner of the game period (1st Half or 2nd Half) has to be predicted by adding or subtracting the spread offered by to the final score. Three possible outcomes:

Example:
If the spread offered is -2
- Bets on "Home" will be won if the home team wins with a difference of minimum 3 goal
- Bets on "Draw" will be won if the home team with a difference of exactly 2 goals
- Bets on "Away" will be won if the match ends in a draw or if the away team wins or loses by one goal difference
  • Handicap 1st- 2nd Half (2 choices)

The winner of the game period (1st Half or 2nd Half) has to be predicted by adding or subtracting the spread offered by to the final score.

Example:
If the spread offered is -6.5:
- Bets on "Home" will be won if the home team wins with a difference of at least 7 goals
- Bet on "Away" will be won if the away team wins or loses with a difference of less than 7 goals
  • Race to 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 goals 1st- 2nd Half

You have to predict which will be the first team to reach the score indicated by during the specified game period.

There are three possible bets:
Team 1: The first team will reach the indicated score first
Team 2: The second team will reach the indicated score first
No: None of the two teams will score the indicated score
  • Winning Margin

You have to predict the winning difference of the winning team.

  • Odd/Even

You have to predict, even if the total number of goals scored is Odd or Even.

  • Odd/Even Team

You have to predict whether, at the end of the game, the total number of goals scored by a team (Home or Away) will be Odd or Even.

  • Odd/Even 1st- 2nd Half

You have to predict whether the total number of goals will be Odd or even at the end of the indicated game period (1st Half or 2nd Half).