Rules and Regulations

Introduction

Definitions:

mimy means a platform that provides users with the possibility to place bets on the outcome of events.

mimy’s Event (hereinafter Event) means a type of bet that matches prediction on an event or competition.

1. Application of Rules

1.1. The Rules and Regulations detail the Terms and Conditions and are part of them. The document applies to all bets on all Events.

Document content:

  • Introduction
  • The General Rules
  • The Specific Rules

The Specific Rules apply to particular Events such as certain sports and betting on such Events.

1.2. The General Rules apply to all bets. The only exception is the bets that are mentioned in the Specific Rules.

1.3. If the provisions of the Specific Rules contradict the provisions of the General Rules, the Specific Rules shall apply.

1.4. If the provisions of the General Rules contradict the provisions of the Specific Rules, the Specific Rules shall apply. The exceptions are cases when it is written “despite what is said in the General/Special Rules” or any other phrase with the same meaning.

1.5. If the Specific Rules do not mention a particular Event, then the provisions of the General Rules shall apply to it.

2. Your Responsibility

2.1. Please read the Rules applicable to a particular Event in full before placing a bet on that Event.

2.2. You have full responsibility for managing your positions.

2.3. You should read the Rules carefully to understand for sure the way the Event is administered and how bets are settled.

3. Disputes Over Bets

3.1. If you do not agree with the settlement of a bet or an Event, please contact the support team at support@mimy.online.

3.2. If you disagree with the support team’s decision, you can appeal it. To do this, contact the support manager. Please provide all the necessary evidence to consider your appeal.

3.3. The support manager will re-review your claim. He/she will decide on the appeal within 14 business days. Such a decision is binding and not subject to appeal.

General rules

Definitions:

mimy’s Event (hereinafter an Event) means a type of bet that is consistent with the prediction of an event or competition.

Governing body means the organization that controls an event or competition. It can be:

  • official organizations – both sports and non-sports
  • official websites of the competition organizers
  • official websites of participants or teams
  • official information from the websites of state bodies
  • official information from the websites of reliable news agencies.

This list is not exhaustive.

Independent sources mean a source that has no interest in a certain outcome of an event, in particular, does not participate in any transactions. It can be:

  • websites of legal entities
  • websites of TV channels, streaming resources, and other companies that produce content
  • groups in social networks, forums, and other official web communities related to the subject of the event
  • video recording of the results of the event.

This list is not exhaustive.

1. Creating Events

By registering on the mimy’s website, you agree to abide by the rules of creating events and categories for bets as set out in this document.

In the event of a violation of our requirements, which apply to events and categories, you agree to be held liable under these Rules.

1.1. You cannot use Events and categories if you are under the age of 18 or the age set as the age of majority by the laws that apply to you. You also cannot use events and categories if you are not able to enter into an agreement with us for legal reasons.

You may not collect any information concerning our customers – for example, by sending spam.

We prohibit influencing our customers or mimy's activities.

You may not post information and links of an advertising or intrusive nature. We reserve the right to remove such information and links without informing you.

Any attempt to cheat us or our customers, gain an unfair advantage, violate our Intellectual Property Rights or any other illegal actions are unacceptable.

1.2. The Events that you create shall meet the criteria for the reliability of the result. The result of the event may be confirmed only through the governing bodies and independent sources.

1.2.1. Governing body is the organization that controls an event or competition. It can be:

  • official organizations – both sports and non-sports
  • official websites of the competition organizers
  • official websites of participants or teams
  • official information from the websites of state bodies
  • official information from the websites of reliable news agencies.

This list is not exhaustive.

1.2.2. Independent sources are sources that have no interest in a certain outcome of an event, in particular, does not participate in any transactions. It can be:

  • websites of legal entities
  • websites of TV channels, streaming resources, and other companies that produce content
  • groups in social networks, forums, and other official web communities related to the subject of the event
  • video recording of the results of the event.

This list is not exhaustive.

1.3. Suspicious bets

The events and categories you create should not be suspicious.

Suspicious bets are those that are placed by customers in questionable circumstances.

In particular, here are the situations in which a bet may be considered suspicious:

1.3.1.1. if in a short time an unusually large number of bets are placed on the same selection, compared to the usual situation, or the betting scheme is very non-standard;

1.3.1.2. if the betting scheme is non-standard or a lot of bets are placed on an outcome, the probability of which by starting chances is extremely low;

1.3.1.3. if there is a suspicion of gaining an unfair advantage – for example when the participant of the Event turns out to be in very good shape, which you or a person connected to you might have known when placing a bet, unlike the public;

1.3.1.4. when there is a risk that the bet was placed by automated means and not manually by the account owner;

1.3.1.5. if there is reason to suspect that you have resorted to the unfair external factors or influences;

1.3.1.6. when there is a suspicion that you have opened or are controlling more than one account to hide the true worth or scheme of bets;

1.3.1.8. when there is a chance that you placed a bet from another device or place than you claim;

1.3.1.9. if several bets have been placed in a short period, and their liability exceeds the one we can accrue on similar bets.

1.3.2. In case of detecting a suspicious bet, we may resort to the following actions:

1.3.2.1. request additional information from you to confirm the good faith of your actions;

1.3.2.2. postpone the payment of any amount until you can prove that the bet is not suspicious – for example, that it was placed by you manually, and not by using automated means. We may collect any information to investigate a possible breach of these Rules by customers;

1.3.2.3. if necessary, to suspend the payment of any amount for more than 30 days – for example, for an investigation by law enforcement or other authorities;

1.3.2.4. void the bet or bets before the event, notifying you where possible in advance about this;

1.3.2.5. use the starting price of the event to calculate the winnings on bets;

1.3.2.6. if there is a risk that the bets are connected, limit the payment of winnings on such bets;

1.3.2.7. if it is probable that you are involved in suspicious betting, we have the right to use all available methods for investigation.

We may also take other actions that we deem appropriate in the current situation.

1.4. Consequences of violation of the rules

In case of reasonable suspicion that you have violated these Rules, we may delete your account. In this case, we will transfer back to your payment instrument the funds that were in the account.

1.4.1. If we declare a bet to be void before the start of an event, the money you wager on that Event will be credited back to your account.

1.4.2. If due to your violation of these Rules, we suffer losses, then we have the right to insist on compensation from you for the losses.

1.4.3. If you or another person incurs losses due to a violation of the Rules by someone, we will not be liable for this.

1.4.4. We will do our best to treat all our customers fairly when we defend ourselves against violations. You can contact us if you have any questions.

2. Results and Event Settlement

2.1. General

2.1.1. We settle most of the Events based on the General Rules. For some Events, Specific Rules apply. In a situation where neither the General nor the Specific Rules specify how a particular Event is settled, it is settled according to the result of the relevant governing body.

In this case, neither the correction of the result nor following disqualification effects. The only exceptions are cases where an error was made when reporting the result of an event, and the correction is made no later than 24 hours after the initial settlement.

2.1.2. If for one reason or another, the official result of the governing body is not available, then mimy will determine the result based on information from independent sources.

If new information appears no later than 48 hours of settlement, two options are possible:

  • we reinstate or resettle the Event
  • we wait for additional information to decide on the reinstating or resettling of the Event.

If more than 48 hours after the end of the Event, information appears that affects the outcome of the Event, we do not take it into account. An exception is possible if we have previously decided to await additional information.

2.1.3. When it is not possible to determine the result of the Event, we may suspend the settlement of the Event for any period until the uncertainty is resolved. If it is impossible to resolve the uncertainty, we have the right to void any Event.

2.2. Resettlements

2.2.1. We settle the Event after it ends. In exceptional cases, we may settle an Event before the official result declaration. The settlement of an Event may be amended in cases where the official result differs from the result on which we initially settled the Event, or when the Event was ultimately voided.

2.2.2. If an error was made when settling an Event, we can reverse the settlement of the Event.

2.2.3. When resettling an Event, there may be corrections of your balance to reflect changes in the settlement of the Event.

2.3. Non-Runners, Withdrawals, and Disqualifications

2.3.1. We always have the right to void bets. All bets will stand if it is said in the statement to the Event that regardless of the participation of a competitor or a team in the competition, the bets stand.

2.3.2. If the Event does not specify such, you should refer to the relevant Specific Rules.

2.3.3. If after the start of the competition, a competitor or team is disqualified, forfeits, or withdraws, they are considered losers. This rule applies if at least one competitor or team completes the competition. If no one completes the competition, we will void all bets. An exception is made for bets on Events that were unconditionally determined.

3. Abandonments, Cancellations, and Postponements

3.1. Some Events are not subject to General Rules, but Specific Rules. If the Specific Rules do not say anything about abandonment, cancellation, or postponement of a certain Event, then the rules set out here apply to it.

3.2. If a game, match, race, or similar Event is not completed within three days after the scheduled completion date, all bets will be void. An exception is made for bets on Events that were unconditionally determined.

3.3. If a tournament or competition is not completed within three days after the scheduled completion date, we will settle all Events based on an official decision by the governing body. In this case, the decision must be made public no later than 90 days after the scheduled completion date. If during this time there is no official decision, then we will void all bets on this Event. An exception is made for bets on Events that were unconditionally determined.

If we have part-settled bets on an Event that is to be void, then we will reverse the part-settled bets and void all bets on the Event.

3.4. If we have part-settled bets on an Event that is to be void, then we will reverse the part-settled bets and void all bets on the Event. We reserve the right to decide whether to relate an Event to a match or tournament. To understand the classification principle, here are a few examples: a motor race or a 72-hole golf match relates to matches, and a Europa League outright or tennis tournament outright relates to tournaments.

4. Change of Venue

4.1. If the Event is regulated especially, then this is stated in the Specific Rules. If the Specific Rules do not say anything about the change of venue, the rules set out here apply.

4.2. If we have loaded a team sports Event and the venue has been changed, we will only void bets if the away team is playing at their home stadium.

4.3. If we have loaded a non-team sports Event and the venue has been changed, then all bets will stand.

4.4. When the surface type changes after the Event has been loaded, all bets will stand.

5. Periods of Time

5.1. When the Specific Rules do not say anything about an Event, the rules set out here apply to it.

5.2. If we have loaded an Event and the duration of the competition has been changed before its start, we will void all bets.

5.3. Some Events may refer to the time that is out of the competition. An event is considered to have occurred at the end of the regular period if it happens in stoppage time after the regular period. For example, when a player scores a goal in first-half stoppage-time, the goal is considered to be scored in 45 minutes.

5.4. All bets apply to the relevant full period, including stoppage time. The full period does not include extra time or penalty shootout.

5.5. If the Rules say about a certain number of days, then we count to the end of the day according to local time after the expiration of the mentioned number of days.

6. Match Bets

6.1. For some Events, such as golf, Specific Rules apply. If the Specific Rules do not mention the Event, the rules set out here apply.

6.2. The competitor or team with the best result determines match bets for one-off events. All bets are void if none of the competitors or teams completes the match or registers a score, time, or finishing position. An exception is made when the Specific Rules state otherwise.

6.3. In a match bet Event, a competitor or a team that does not complete or register a score, time, or finish position is considered a loser. This rule applies if at least one other competitor or team completes this match or registers a score, time, or finishing position.

The competitor or team that qualifies to the furthest round determines the match bets for progress in the competition, in which there are multiple rounds or heats. This rule applies even if a competitor or team does not take part in the further round. Match bets are also determined by the competitor or team with the best result.

In events with multiple rounds, we will do a part-settlement after each round. If there are subsequent disqualifications or corrections to the results, this will not affect the Event. In case of disqualification of a competitor or a team, for settlement, we will deem that they finished last.

6.4. We will consider that the disqualification occurred at the time the governing body removes the competitor or team from the competition, and not at the time of the competition which caused the disqualification.

6.5. We will void match bets if one of the competitors or teams does not take part in the competition.

7. To Qualify Events

7.1. If the Specific Rules do not say anything about the Event, the rules set out here apply to it.

7.2. A competitor or team who has qualified under the General or Specific Rules will determine any “to qualify” Event – for example, reaching the final. It does not matter whether or not such a competitor or team will take part in the next round or competition.

We will settle Events after the qualifying stage. We will not take into account subsequent disqualifications or corrections to the result.

8. Errors

8.1. We do our best not to make errors when accepting bets. However, sometimes technical or human errors can occur that lead to situations like this:

- we accept a bet on terms that essentially differ from the general terms for betting on Events

- we accept a bet on terms that are incorrect, taking into account the chances for this Event.

8.2. In such cases, the bets will stand, but we will settle winning bets at the correct price, which we determine ourselves.

9. Handicap Events

9.1. Handicap Events are determined by correcting the score of the selected team by the relevant handicap suggested for that team. The exception is when the rules for a particular sport state a different approach.

When the draw is selected in a handicap Event, the relevant bet will be determined by correcting the home team's score.

10. Yes/No Betting

10.1. The Yes/No principle turns Events into a question. It rephrases Events in such a way that only “Yes” or “No” options remain.

10.2. The Yes/No football coupon offers a choice between “Will team A beat team B” and “Will team B beat team A”.

11. Supplementary Information

11.1. We may not accept certain bets.

11.2. When the Rules refer to time, they mean the time zone in which the event takes place.

11.3. We carefully check all the information we provide to you. Nevertheless, some errors in information are possible. We are not liable for any errors.

11.4. Our employee or agent may consult you on results or scores. Such consultations are for informational purposes only.

11.5. It is your responsibility to check all facts before placing a bet. For example, a competitor may have the same name as another person that doesn’t take part in the competition. In this case, you should make sure that you place a bet on the correct competitor.

11.6. We reserve the right to suspend bets on an Event at any time. We may also void certain bets on an Event or completely void an Event.

11.7. These Rules are written in English. Any translation of the document is done only for the convenience of non-English speaking users. If there is any contradiction between the English version and the translated one, the English version shall prevail.

11.8. We may amend these Rules at any time. All changes come into force from the moment they are posted on the mimy’s website. If the Event was loaded after the posting of a new edition of this document, then it is governed by the new Rules.

11.9. We may cancel unmatched bets at any time.

Specific

mimy’s Event here and after an “Event”, is a specific type of bet that suits prediction on a particular match, event or competition.

1. American Football

1.1 General Rules

1.1.1. At least ten minutes of official time must elapse in the fourth quarter for bets to have action.

1.1.2. Overtime counts for all Events unless stated otherwise

1.1.3. Abandoned or postponed games are void unless played within the same scheduling week. In the event of a change of venue, all bets will be void.

1.1.4. All settlements are based on results and statistics provided by the relevant league's governing body: www.nfl.com, www.cfl.ca, www.ncaa.org.

1.1.5. We reserve the right to suspend any or all betting on a game at any time without notice.

1.1.6. Handicap betting: In Handicap & Total betting, where the index (value) of the Eventis a whole number, bets are void and will be refunded where the score lands on that number.

1.1.7. All Outright Events include playoffs where applicable.

1.1.8. Where you have placed a bet on a number of players to achieve a given outcome in a particular competition, match, game or similar, your bet will be voided if any of the selected players do not take part in it. For example, if you have placed a bet on players A, B and C to each score a touchdown in a specified match, your bet will be voided (in its entirety) if players A and B score a touchdown but player C does not take part in the match (for the avoidance of doubt, your bet will be settled as a losing bet if players A and B score a touchdown but player C takes part and does not score a touchdown).

1.1.9. Regular Season Wins: Team must play all 16 regular season games for bets to stand.

1.2 Proposition bets

1.2.1. In the case of an abandoned game, all stakes are returned, unless a result is already determined through the course of play that has taken place.

1.2.2. For player prop Events, any bets on a player who is listed as "inactive" on nfl.com will be voided. All other bets will stand.

1.2.3. NFL Player Props – Regular Season: Team must play all 16 regular season games for bets to stand.

1.3 Quarter and half Events:

1.3.1. For bets based on the specific quarters or halves, the entire period of play must be played unless the result is already determined, except second half Events which do include overtime if played.

1.3.2. The fourth quarter does not include overtime.

1.4 Double Result (half time/full time):

1.4.1. Double result Events are settled on the basis of the score at half time and full time (exclusive of any overtime).

1.5 Handicap Betting:

1.5.1. Overtime counts for match handicap betting.

1.5.2. Overtime does not count on quarter or half specific Events.

1.5.3. In the event of a tie, stakes are refunded.

1.5.4. For quarter and half betting, the entire period must be played for bets to stand.

1.6 Match betting:

1.6.1. Overtime counts. In the event of a tie following overtime, all stakes are refunded.

1.7 Total points

1.7.1. Overtime counts for all total match / team total and prop points Events.

1.7.2. Overtime does not count for total points on quarter and half specific Events.

1.7.3. In the case of total points being exactly the nominated line, all stakes are refunded unless a price for the exact amount is quoted.

1.7.4. For quarter and half betting, the entire period must be played for bets to stand.

1.8 First offensive play yard line:

1.8.1. The result is determined by where the first offensive play from scrimmage takes place.

1.8.2. In the case of the kick off being returned for a touchdown, bets stand for the following kick off.

1.8.3. In the event of a turnover, the result is determined on where the first offensive play takes place with respect to the receiving team's yard line.

1.10 First penalty:

1.10.1. This is settled on the first accepted penalty in the game.

1.11 First turnover and first team to commit a turnover:

1.11.1. For results purposes, only an interception or a fumble counts.

1.11.2. A u or 'turnover on downs' does not qualify as a turnover for settlement purposes.

1.11.3. In the case of an abandoned game, stakes are returned unless a turnover has already taken place.

1.12 First offensive play:

1.12.1. In the case of a false start penalty on the first offensive play, bets stand for the next offensive play that takes place without a false start penalty.

1.13 First team/last team to score and first touchdown scorer:

1.13.1. In the occasion of an abandoned game, bets stand on scores that have taken place already (and overtime counts for these Events).

1.13.2. First touchdown scorers are all in play or not.

1.13.3. Only when a player is listed on NFL.com as 'inactive' for that match are the selections voided.

2. Athletics

2.1.1. Where there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the ceremony, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result.

2.1.2. If there is no presentation ceremony, outcomes will be determined in accordance with the official result of the relevant governing body, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result (except if an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant Eventin order to correct an error in reporting the result).

2.1.3. If a track or field event is abandoned, cancelled or postponed and not completed within 7 days of the scheduled completion date, all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

2.1.4. Overall winner Events relate to the winner of the overall event and not for individual qualifiers or heats. As 'Any Other Athlete' is NOT quoted, non-featured athletes will be added to this Event on request. Once 'Any Other Athlete' is listed, no further athletes will be added.

3. Australian Rules Football

3.1.1. Bets apply to regular time excluding overtime. However bets on "Finals" matches apply to regular time including overtime except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

3.1.2. If a match does not start on the scheduled starting date and is not completed within three days of the scheduled start date, all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

3.1.3. If a match starts but is abandoned or postponed and not completed within three days of the scheduled start date then all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

3.1.4. All bets relating to any individual player will stand if they are listed in any 22 player squad on the match day, irrespective of whether they take any part in the match or not.

3.1.5. If a match starts but is abandoned before 80mins all bets will be void except for those Events which have been unconditionally determined.

4. Badminton

4.1 General Rules

4.1.1. A match will be deemed to have begun once the first serve has been struck.

4.1.2. In the event of a match not taking place, or taking place at a different venue, bets on that match will be voided.

4.1.3. In the event of a match taking place at least 24 hours after its scheduled start time, all bets on that match will be voided.

4.1.4. In the event of any of the named players in a match changing before the match starts then all bets on that match will be voided.

4.1.5. If the first game of a match is not completed, all bets on that match will be voided expect those for which the result has already been unequivocally determined. If the first game is completed, all match bets will stand.

4.1.6. Non-runners: stakes will be refunded in respect of players or teams who are withdrawn prior to the start of an event.

4.2 Correct Score

4.2.1. In the event of a disqualification or retirement from a match or an abandonment of a match, all bets on the correct score of that match will be voided.

4.2.2. If, during a given match, there is a change to the total number of sets to be played, all bets on the correct score of that match will be voided (but all other Events involving the relevant match will stand).

4.2.3. For correct score Events, the number first appearing in the score is the score of the home player and the number appearing second is the score of the away player. For example, bets placed on "2-1" are bets on the home player to win by two games to one and bets placed on "1-2" are bets on the away player to win by two games to one.

4.3 Match Handicap Betting, Match Point Handicap, Total Games & Total Points:

4.3.1. Following either a disqualification or retirement from a match or an abandonment of a match, all bets on these Events will be voided other than those in respect of which events have already been unequivocally determined. For example, should a match be abandoned in the 3rd game in a best of 3 game match, then bets on Over 2 / Under 3 Games will be settled as winners/losers accordingly (since the match has gone to a decisive 3rd game).

4.4 Current Game Winner, Game Handicap Betting, Current Game Correct Score, Current Game Total Points, Current Game Extra Points, Current Game Lead after x Pts & Current Game Race to x Pts:

4.4.1. Following either a disqualification or retirement from a match or an abandonment of a match during the game on which the applicable bet was placed, all bets on these Events will be void other than those in respect of which Events have already been unequivocally determined. For example, should a game be abandoned at 20-15 then bets on Over/Under 35.5 points or fewer in that game will be settled as winners/losers respectively (since, at the point of abandonment, any conclusion to the game would necessarily have to have had at least 36 points).

5. Bandy

5.1. All bets settled on 90 minutes play unless otherwise stated. If 90 minutes are not completed all bets will be deemed void unless an official result is declared.

6. Baseball

6.1 General Rules

6.1.1. These rules apply to Major League Baseball, NCAA and World baseball.

6.1.2. All settlements are based on the results and statistics provided by the relevant league's governing body (e.g. Major League Baseball).

6.1.3. Should a game not start on the day of the officially listed start time, as stated by the relevant governing body, due to a rain delay or other similar events, all bets will be void. The day of the event will be considered the day according to the time zone in which the game was scheduled to be played.

6.1.4. In the event of a shortened game, results are official after (and, unless otherwise stated, bets shall be settled subject to the completion of) 5 innings of play, or 4.5 innings should the home team be leading at the commencement of the bottom of the 5th innings (the 4.5 Innings Rule). Should a game be called, if the result is official in accordance with this rule, the winner will be determined by the score after the last full inning completed (unless the home team score to tie, or take the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which circumstances the winner is determined by the score at the time the game is suspended).

6.1.5. Extra innings, where applicable, count for settlement purposes.

6.1.6. If a game is suspended and continues to a conclusion the following day (local time), then all bets will stand. In the case of a suspended MLB Playoff games, all bets will stand until the game is completed.

6.1.7. Save where otherwise specified, the scheduled starting pitchers (the Listed Pitchers) must start for bets to stand. In the event there is a double pitching change, where a pitcher is changed but then re-instated, it will be treated as a normal pitching change.

6.1.8. For settlement purposes, the team listed second in the event name is considered to be the home team (even if the game takes place at a neutral venue). Example: "Team A v Team B" or "Team A At Team B", Team B is the home team.

6.1.9. All outright Events include playoffs where applicable.

6.1.10. Should a mercy rule be applied, for settlement purposes, Events will be settled according to the result as determined by the application of the mercy rule.

6.1.11. Listed Pitchers are not relevant to World Baseball Events and bets on such Events will stand regardless of whether any Listed Pitchers do in fact start. Should a game end in a tie, Money Line betting will be void with all other Events settled as per the result.

7. Basketball

7.1 Sport Rules - Euro/Other Basketball

7.1.1. The rules in this section (and sections 7.2 and 7.3) apply to FIBA tournaments, European, Australian, Central American, South American, African and Asian Basketball Competitions.

7.1.2. Bets will be settled according to the result declared by the relevant governing body at the end of the match (including any overtime played). In the absence of consistent, independent evidence or in the presence of significant conflicting evidence, bets will be settled based on our own statistics.

7.1.3. Should a match be abandoned, all Events will be voided unless the outcome has been unequivocally decided.

7.1.4. In case of a match being postponed, it will be voided unless it takes place within 36 hours of the initial scheduled starting time.

7.1.5. In the case that a match finishes in a tie and overtime isn't played, Match betting and Normal Time Match Betting (2 way) will be settled as void. Will there be Overtime Events will be settled as Yes.

7.1.6. In the event that a match does not finish in a tie, but overtime is played for qualification purposes, the Events will be settled according to the result at the end of regular time.

7.1.7. All outright Events , unless otherwise stated, include playoffs and any official governing organisation tie-breaks where applicable.

7.2 Overview of Specific Events - Euro/Other Basketball

7.2.1. Match betting (i.e. betting on the winner or loser where no tie option is offered), total points, handicap betting & odd/even: Resulted on score at the end of the game, inclusive of overtime.

7.2.2. Bets on "Match Result" Events (i.e. bets on the winner, loser or a tie in Events where a tie option is offered) are resulted on the score at end of regular time (exclusive of overtime).

7.2.3. Quarter/Half Events: The entire period/half of play must be completed for bets to stand.

7.2.4. Quarter Events: Resulted on score for relevant quarter - overtime does not count.

7.2.5. Second Half Events: Resulted on score for second half - overtime does not count.

7.2.6. Highest Scoring Events: Should two or more quarters/halves result in the same high score. Overtime does not count.

7.2.7. Will there be overtime?: Event will be settled as yes if, at the end of regular time, the match finishes in a draw, regardless of whether or not overtime is played.

7.2.8. Home team/Away team total points: Resulted on score at the end of the game, inclusive of overtime.

7.2.9. "Race To x" Events: Resulted on the team to achieve the specified total in the specified period first. A ˜"neither" selection is offered. Overtime doesn't count for these Events.

7.2.10. Highest Scoring Half: For settlement purposes, the second half is inclusive of overtime.

7.2.11. Series Events: A series must come to a natural conclusion for bets to stand.

7.2.12. Last point Event: Is settled on last point at the end of the game, inclusive of overtime.

7.3 Player Props - Euro/Other Basketball

7.3.1. First Basket Events: Resulted on the first score of the game, inclusive of free throws, as per official box score provided by the following sources: www.euroleague.net, www.fiba.com, www.fibaeurope.com, www.acb.com. Should a player listed not start the game, all bets on the player selected will be void (otherwise betting is all-in). In the event of a tie at the end of the first quarter, First Basket / First Quarter Double bets are resulted as a loss.

7.3.2. The First Team Basket: Scorer will be resulted on the first scorer from each team; should a player listed not start the game, all bets on the player selected will be void (otherwise betting is all-in). Bets will result by the play by play information provided from the following sources: www.euroleague.net, www.fiba.com, www.fibaeurope.com, www.acb.com.

7.3.3. Player Performance Events: All bets stand once a player takes the court, irrespective of game time played. All totals are inclusive of overtime. If one of the players doesn't see any game time, then all bets on that Eventwill be void.

7.3.4. Player Performance Events offered in-play/during half time: Bets on this Event refer to the quoted statistic recorded by a named player for the whole match (including overtime). If a player doesn't see any game time, then all bets on that player will be void.

7.3.5. Player Match Bets: Bets on this Event refer to the quoted statistic recorded by a named player by the end of a match (including overtime). If one of the players doesn't see any game time, then all bets on that Event will be void.

7.3.6. Player index rating Events: Bets will be settled according to the result declared by the relevant governing body at the end of the match (including any overtime played). www.euroleague.net, www.fiba.com, www.fibaeurope.com, www.acb.com. If one of the players doesn't see any game time, then all bets on that Event will be void.

7.3.7. Team: Player most points/rebounds/assists: Bets placed on this Event will be settled on the player who makes the most of the relevant quoted statistic. In case two or more players tie all bets on that will be void.

7.3.8. Competition: Player most points/rebounds/assists: Bets placed on this Event will be settled on the player who makes the most of the relevant quoted statistic at the end of the competition excluding playoffs, unless otherwise stated. In case two or more players tie all bets on that will be void.

7.3.9. Series Points, Rebounds, Assists, Steals and Blocks match bet: A series must come to a natural conclusion for bets to stand. Overtime counts for settlement purposes. In case two or more players tie all bets on that will be void.

7.3.10. Player Regular Season Averages Events: The Player must play 70% of his team's games (58 in 82-game season).

7.4 Sport Rules - US Basketball

7.4.1. All settlements are based on results and statistics provided by the relevant league's governing body: www.nba.com, www.ncaa.com, www.wnba.com, espn.go.com, www.donbest.com.

7.4.2. For settlement purposes, the team listed second in the event name is considered the Home Team, even if the game takes place at a neutral venue. Example: "Team A v Team B" or "Team A @ Team B" - Team B is the Home Team.

7.4.3. Should a game be called with more than 5 minutes to play, all bets will be void unless specific Events results have already been predetermined.

7.4.4. If a match does not start on the scheduled start date and is not completed within 24 hours of the scheduled start time, all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

7.4.5. The void rule applies for all Events where a draw/tie outcome is not offered.

7.4.6. Overtime counts for all Events unless otherwise stated.

7.4.7. All outright Events, unless otherwise stated, include playoffs. Any official governing organisation tie-breaks where applicable are included in settlement.

7.5 Overview of Specific Events- US Basketball

7.5.1. Match betting, total points, handicap betting & odd/even: Resulted on score at the end of the game, inclusive of overtime.

7.5.2. Quarter/Half Events: The entire period of play must be completed for bets to stand.

7.5.3. Quarter Events: Resulted on score for relevant quarter - overtime does not count.

7.5.4. Second Half Events: Resulted on score for second half, inclusive of overtime.

7.5.5. Home team/Away team total points: Resulted on score at the end of the game, inclusive of overtime.

7.5.6. "Race To x" Events: Resulted on the team to achieve the specified total in the specified period first. A "neither" selection is offered.

7.5.7. Highest Scoring Half: For settlement purposes, the second half is inclusive of overtime.

7.5.8. Series Events: A series must come to a natural conclusion for bets to stand.

7.5.9. Last point Event: is settled on last point in regulation time.

7.5.10. Regular Season wins: A team must complete 75 wins for bets to stand.

7.5.11. Team Match Bets: Resulted on the team with the most season wins or which has advanced furthest.

7.5.12. Wire to Wire: These Events are offered for a given team to be leading a game at the end of each quarter of that game. Provided the selected team leads at the end of each quarter, the relevant bet will be successful even if, during any such quarter, the selected team temporarily ceases to lead the scoring. "˜Any Other Selection" will be deemed the winner if either team does not lead the game after each quarter.

7.6 Player Props - US Basketball

7.6.1. First Basket Events: Resulted on the first score of the game, inclusive of free throws, as per official NBA box score. Should a player listed not start the game, all bets on the player selected will be void (otherwise betting is all-in). In the event of a tie at the end of the first quarter, First Basket / First Quarter Double bets are resulted as a loss.

7.6.2. The First Team Basket: Scorer will be resulted on the first scorer from each team; Should a player listed not start the game, all bets on the player selected will be void (otherwise betting is all-in).

7.6.3. Player Performance Events: All bets stand once a player takes the court, irrespective of game time played. All totals are inclusive of overtime. Should a player not take any part, all bets will be void.

7.6.4. Player Match Bets: Bets on this Event refer to the quoted statistic recorded by a named player by the end of a match (including overtime). If one of the players doesn't see any game time, then all bets on that Event will be void.

7.6.5. Team: Player most points/rebounds/assists: Bets placed on this Event will be settled on the player who makes the most of the relevant quoted statistic. In case two or more players tie all bets on that will be void.

7.6.6. Competition: Player most points/rebounds/assists: Bets placed on this Event will be settled on the player who makes the most of the relevant quoted statistic at the end of the competition excluding playoffs, unless otherwise stated. In case two or more players tie, all bets on that will be void.

7.6.7. Series Points, Rebounds, Assists, Steals and Blocks match bet: A series must come to a natural conclusion for bets to stand. Overtime counts for settlement purposes. In case two or more players tie, all bets on that will be void.

8. Bowls

8.1. If a match starts but is not completed the player progressing to the next round is deemed to have won.

8.2. If the correct number of games/sets is not completed set betting will be void.

9. Boxing and MMA

9.1 General Boxing Rules:

9.1.1. Results will be based on the official result at ringside with the exception of a technical draw (the rules for which are set out in the "Technical Decision / Draw" section below (9.5)).

9.1.2. Results are not official for betting purposes until verified by officials at the fighting venue. If for some reason official verification does not occur at the fighting venue, then (and only then) will reference will be made to www.boxrec.com for settlement purposes. Should an official or unofficial sanctioning body overturn a fight decision based on an appeal, suspension, lawsuit, drug testing result or any other fighter sanction, this will not be recognised for betting purposes.

9.1.3. Should a contest be postponed, bets will stand if the rescheduled event occurs within 48 hours. Otherwise, all bets in relation to the contest will be void.

9.1.4. In the event of a 'no contest' being declared, all bets will be made void, with the exception of selections where the outcome has already been unequivocally determined.

9.1.5. Should there be a substitution for one of the boxers, bets on the original contest will be void, except in a tournament based competition.

9.1.6. Should there be a change in the manner in which a contest is advertised (e.g. a contest changes from a title fight to a non-title fight) bets will stand.

9.1.7. Match Betting Events where no draw selection is offered will be made void if the match ends in a draw.

9.1.8. In fights where the scheduled number of rounds changes, all bets will stand unless the result would be automatically determined by the change in the number of rounds (in which case, such bets will be voided). For example, if a fight gets changed from a 12 to a 10 round fight, bets on rounds 11 and 12 will be void.

9.2 Round Betting/Group Round Betting/Alternative Group Round Betting

9.2.1. This Event is betting on the round/rounds in which the result of the fight will be determined, it is not betting on named fighters to win the round/rounds on the judge's scorecards.

9.2.2. Where a boxer fails to answer the bell for the next round, his opponent shall be deemed to have won the contest in the previous round.

9.2.3. Subject to the following rule, should, for any reason, the scheduled number of rounds be changed before the commencement of the contest, all round by round bets will stand.

9.2.4. Notwithstanding the above rule (9.2.3), should, for any reason, the scheduled number of rounds be decreased before the commencement of the contest, all round by round bets on the dropped rounds will be void. Bets on all the remaining rounds will stand.

9.2.5. Where a contest finishes before the completion of the scheduled number of rounds and, for any reason, the winner is decided by the "judges" scorecards (technical decision/technical draw) then all round bets will be deemed losers.

9.2.6. If the contest goes to the scorecards, then all round bets will be deemed losers.

9.2.7. Where a contest finishes before the scheduled number of rounds due to an accidental injury and the winner is not determined by the "judges" scorecards, all bets will be void.

9.2.8. For "Total Rounds" settlement purposes, 1 minute and 30 seconds will represent half a round. For example, for a bet on "Over 10.5 rounds" to be a winner, the fight must last beyond 1 minute and 30 seconds in round 11. If the number of rounds for a fight is changed after this Events has been set then all bets on this Events will be void.

9.2.9. For "Will the Fight Go the Distance" (or similarly titled) Events, should the scheduled number of rounds change, this Event will be made void. In the event of a technical decision, for settlement purposes, the fight will have been deemed NOT to have gone the distance (i.e. the scheduled number of rounds).

9.3 Round Specials

9.3.1. Any bets placed on occurrences to occur (or not to occur) in a given round will be deemed losing bets if the fight concludes (for any reason) before that round. For example, any bets on a fighter to have a point deducted in round 9 will be deemed losing bets if a knock-out brings the relevant fight to a conclusion in round 7.

9.4 Method of victory

9.4.1. A knockout (KO) occurs when the boxer does not stand up after a ten count. Technical knockouts (TKO) occur when a boxer is knocked down three times within the same round and the fight is stopped or where the referee steps in to stop the fight when it is decided that a fighter cannot safely continue. If a fighter fails to answer a bell for the next round then this will also be deemed a TKO. For betting purposes, KO/TKO options also include disqualification and retirement.

9.5 Technical Decision/Draw

9.5.1. If a fight is scheduled for more than four rounds and, after four rounds, an accidental foul occurs which causes an injury (further to which the referee stops the fight), the fight will be deemed to have resulted in a technical decision in favour of the boxer who is ahead on the scorecards at the time the fight is stopped (and all Event on the fight will stand).

9.5.2. If the accidental injury / technical decision occurs during the first 4 rounds, all bets will be made void UNLESS the result of the relevant Event has already been unequivocally determined or if the "judges" scorecards are used to determine an official winner at ringside.

9.5.3. If an intentional foul causes an injury and the injury results in the fight being stopped in a later round: (a) the injured boxer will be deemed to have won by technical decision if he is ahead on the scorecards and (b) the fight will result in a 'technical draw' if the injured boxer is behind or even on the score cards (and, for settlement purposes, the result of the fight will be deemed to be a draw).

9.5.4. For betting purposes, betting on rounds or a group of rounds is for a fighter to win by KO, TKO, disqualification or due to the other fighter retiring during that round or group of rounds. In the event of a technical decision before the end of the fight, all round bets will be deemed to be losers.

9.6 To Score a Knockdown.

9.6.1. For settlement purposes, a knockdown is defined as a fighter being KO'd or receiving a mandatory eight count (anything deemed a slip by the referee will not count).

9.7 Unconfirmed Fights.

9.7.1. All fights dated/timed on site for 12:00 on 31st December are potential unconfirmed fights; if the fight doesn't take place by this date then all such bets will be void.

9.8 Mixed Martial Arts

9.8.1. General

9.8.2. Should a contest be postponed, bets will stand if the rescheduled event occurs within 48 hours. If the contest is rescheduled to occur more than 48 hours following the original event, all bets in relation to the contest will be void.

9.8.3. In the event of a 'no contest' being declared, all bets will be made void.

9.8.4. Should there be a substitution for one of the fighters, bets on the original contest will be void.

9.9 To win the fight:

9.9.1. Outcomes are offered for each fighter to win the fight and, in the event of a draw, all bets will be void and stakes returned (for these purposes, draws will include fights which end in a 'majority draw')

9.9.2. Bets will be settled on the official result announced in the ring. Subsequent appeals/amendments do not affect settlement (unless the amendment was made due to human error when announcing the result).

9.10 Method of victory:

9.10.1. For the purposes of this Event, a KO includes the following:

  • referee stoppage while either fighter is, or both fighters are, standing;
  • referee stoppage while either fighter is, or both fighters are, on the canvas;
  • stoppage by doctor;
  • stoppage by a fighter's corner/team;
  • a fighter retires due to injury.

9.10.2. For the purposes of this Event , a submission includes the following:

  • For the purposes of this Event , a submission includes the following:
  • referee stoppage due to technical submission;
  • a fighter's verbal submission (including a verbal submission which is made due to strikes).
  • In the event of a disqualification or a "no contest" being declared, this Event will be void.

9.11 Round Betting / Total Rounds

9.11.1. If a fighter withdraws in the period between rounds, the fight will be deemed to have ended in the previous round for the purpose of "Round Betting" settlement.

9.11.2. For "Total Rounds" settlement purposes, 2 minutes and 30 seconds will represent half a round (if the round lasts for 5 minutes). For example, for a bet on "Over 1.5 rounds" to be a winner, the fight must last beyond 2 minutes and 30 seconds in round 2. If the number of rounds in a fight is changed after "Total Rounds" Events have been set, then all bets on these Events will be void.

9.11.3. Should the scheduled number of rounds be changed before the fight, all "Round Betting" bets will be made void.

9.12 Fight of the Night / Submission of the Night / Performance of the Night

9.12.1. If two or more of the named fighters are awarded Fight of the Night / Submission of the Night / Performance of the Night bets on these Events will be voidI.

9.13 Quickest Fight of the Night

9.13.1. This Event is settled on the official times which are made available on www.ufc.com and the winner shall be settled according to whichever fight finishes in the least amount of time.

9.13.2. If two fights finish after the same amount of time bets on these Events will be void.

9.14 Points Handicap

9.14.1. Any fighter who wins before the fight goes its scheduled distance is declared the winner. If the fight goes to a decision, then the cumulative scores of all the judges will be used to determine the winner. If the fight is declared a "no contest", this Event will be void.

9.15 Round & Method Combo

9.15.1. The winning selection will be determined based on the round in which the fight ends and the method of victory. Bets on this Event will be deemed losing bets if the fight ends in a decision.

10. Cricket

10.1 General Rules

10.1.1. If a match is cancelled before any play has taken place, then all bets will be void, unless the match is replayed within 48 hours of its advertised start time (in which case the bets will stand).

10.1.2. If a match venue is changed then bets already placed will stand providing the home team is still designated as such. If the home and away team for a listed match are reversed then bets placed based on the original listing will be void.

10.2 General Settlement

10.2.1. All tournament and match Events will be settled on the basis of the official tournament results/match scorecards which are included on the ICC's official website. If there is no result available, then the website www.cricinfo.com will be used for settlement purposes.

10.2.2. A batsman that retires from an innings will not be considered as a wicket for settlement purposes.

10.2.3. The term "innings reaching its natural conclusion" refers to an innings which has not been closed due to external factors such as rain or bad light. A team being bowled out or declaring is considered to constitute the natural conclusion of an innings.

10.3 Limited Overs Matches

10.3.1. Match bets will be settled according to the winner as determined by official competition rules (including where matches are shortened due to adverse weather conditions or are decided by a bowl off) unless the winner is determined by the toss of a coin or the drawing of lots (in which case all match bets will be void).

10.3.2. If a match is tied and the official competition rules do not determine a winner, bets on the outright result will be void unless the outcome is settled by a bowl off or super over (in which case the result of the bowl off or super over will stand for match betting). If the competition rules determine the winner by the toss of a coin, drawing of lots or higher seeding resulting from a previous round then bets will be void.

10.4 Test Matches & County Championship Matches

10.4.1. If a match is abandoned due to weather before a ball has been bowled then all bets will be void.

10.4.2. If a match is tied or abandoned for any reason other than weather then bets on the outright result will be void.

10.4.3. If a match for which we did not offer an outcome for the draw ends in a draw then bets on the match result will be void.

10.4.4. If either side forfeits their first innings then all bets specifically relating to the first innings will be void.

10.5 Sheffield Shield Matches

10.5.1. If a match for which we did not offer an outcome for the draw ends in a draw then bets will be settled on the team that has the most points awarded to them in the match. Should the number of points awarded to each team be equal, bets will be void.

10.6 Series Betting

10.6.1. When the full number of scheduled matches is not played then we reserve the right to void any speciality Events which relate to the series as a whole.

10.6.2. If a series for which we did not offer an outcome for the draw ends in a draw then bets on the series result will be void.

10.7 Man of the Match

10.7.1. This Event will be settled on the official "Man of the Match" award which is awarded at the post match presentation. Should more than one player be awarded "Man of the Match" then bets on this Events will be void.

10.7.2. Bets placed on players who are not included in his or her team's starting eleven will be void.

11. Cycling

11.1. Where there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the ceremony, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result.

11.2. If there is no presentation ceremony, Events will be determined in accordance with the official result of the relevant governing body, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result (except if an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant Event in order to correct an error in reporting the result).

11.3. For "To Win A Stage" Events, if the named rider fails to start the race or the named rider is involved in a dead heat for first place in any stage, all bets on that rider will be void.

11.4. For overall "Head to Head" Events, if both riders retire during the same stage or either rider fails to start the race all bets will be void. If both riders fail to start a subsequent stage for any reason the winner is the rider with the highest position after the previous stage.

11.5. For stage "˜Head to Head" Events, if both riders fail to finish the stage this Event will be void. Any other non runners will not affect this Event. At least one rider must finish the stage for bets to stand.

12. Darts

12.1. In the event of a match starting but not being completed, the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner (or in the case of the final the player declared the winner), the match odds Event will be void unless the Event has been unconditionally determined.

12.2. If a match is not completed for any reason then bets on 'any correct score' or 'next leg/game/set' Event will be void unless the Event has been unconditionally determined.

12.3. If a match is not completed for any reason then bets on the match odds Event will be void.

13. Esports

13.1 General Rules

13.1.1. If an event involves the same two players or teams playing multiple games/maps, E.G. "Best of 3", and one or more games or maps are not played because the result of the event has already been determined, bets on such games or maps are void.

Postponements/Cancellations

13.1.2. Dates and start times are shown for info purposes only. Events cancelled, postponed or interrupted and not completed within 48 hours of the originally scheduled start time, bets on that event are void and stakes refunded. However, games or maps that are completed within 48 hours are settled normally even if additional games or maps that were supposed to be part of the same matchup are cancelled or further postponed.

Broadcast

13.1.3. Bets are settled based on the official broadcast of the game by the publisher or event organiser. Where the broadcast shows a counter of rounds won, kills, dragons, towers etc., this will generally be used to settle relevant bets. If the result of a bet is unclear from the broadcast, or if there is no broadcast, then the statistics API for the game will be used where available.

13.2 Numbered Events

13.2.1. In the case of indexed or numbered Events (such as the winner of a specific round in Counter Strike: GO, or the team to score a particular numbered kill in League of Legends or DOTA2), the index determines the objective that counts. Words such as "next" in the Event name are not guaranteed to be correct, as broadcasts may be delayed and we may not always advance the index precisely when an objective is scored or a round completed. All bets are therefore settled on the particular numbered round or objective specified, regardless of any other wording in the Event name or its timing in relation to when the bet was placed.

13.2.2. If the scheduled number of rounds or maps is changed, or if Events are erroneously offered based on a different number of rounds or maps from the actually scheduled number, then bets on the winning margin (including handicap), total rounds / maps, correct scores etc. are void and stakes refunded. Map winner and matchup winner bets stand.

13.2.3. If any map is not played or is awarded to one player or team by walkover or default without play having commenced, all bets on that map and on the matchup as a whole are void and stakes refunded. Bets relating only to maps that are played stand. A map is deemed to have started as soon as the game clock starts or either team or player takes a game action relating to that map, including picks, bans and weapon purchases.

13.3 League of Legends

13.3.1. Towers - all destroyed towers count as having been destroyed by the opposing team even if the last hit was from a minion.

13.3.2. Inhibitors - all destroyed inhibitors count as having been destroyed by the opposing team even if the last hit was from a minion. For bets involving the number of inhibitors destroyed, each of the six inhibitors counts only once, even if it is destroyed, respawns and is destroyed again. For bets involving the next inhibitor destroyed, each destruction of an inhibitor counts separately, even where it has respawned and is being destroyed for a second or subsequent time.

13.3.3. For bets involving kills (inc "First Blood", which in League of Legends is synonymous with the first kill on the map), the official broadcast or game API if available is definitive in determining whether the death of a Champion counts as a kill. For example, where a Champion is killed by tower or minion damage without the involvement of an enemy Champion this may not be registered as a kill on the broadcast, in which case it does not count as a kill for bet settlement purposes.

13.3.4. For bets involving the next team to score a particular objective or the team to score the most of a particular objective, where a "neither" or "draw" option is offered and is the winning outcome, bets on either team are losers. Where no such selection is offered and neither team is a winner, all bets on the Event are void and stakes refunded.

13.3.5. Where one team surrenders, bets stand and are settled as follows. For bets involving the map winner, the winning team is the team that did not surrender.

13.3.6. Bets involving dragons, barons and kills are settled based on the situation at the time the surrender takes place.

13.3.7. Bets involving towers and inhibitors are settled as if the winning team had destroyed the minimum number of additional towers and / or inhibitors theoretically required to win the game normally from the position when the surrender occurred. For example, if any inhibitor of the losing team is down at the time of surrender then no additional inhibitor is deemed to have been destroyed. If no inhibitor of the losing team is down then the winning team is deemed to have destroyed one additional inhibitor, with priority given to an inhibitor that has already been destroyed if such an inhibitor exists and has respawned. If the winning team has destroyed all tier 1 towers and one tier 2 tower, then it will be deemed to have destroyed three further towers (seven in total), since it would have needed to destroy at least one tier 3 tower and the two nexus towers to have won the game normally from that position.

13.4 DOTA2

13.4.1. Towers - all destroyed towers count as having been destroyed by the opposing team even if the last hit was from a creep.

13.4.2. Barracks - all destroyed barracks count as having been destroyed by the opposing team even if the last hit was from a creep. The ranged and melee barracks in each pair count as separate barracks, so that each team has a total of six barracks.

13.4.3. Kills (other than "First Blood") - the official broadcast or game API if available is definitive in determining whether the death of a Hero counts as a kill. E.G. where a Champion is killed by tower or minion damage without the involvement of an enemy Champion this may not be registered as a kill on the broadcast, in which case it does not count as a kill for bet settlement purposes.

13.4.4. First Blood - The broadcast or official API score must register the kill as First Blood. Where, for example, a kill is denied by a team-mate, it may not be counted as First Blood (regardless of whether it is registered as a kill on the broadcast kill counter), in which case it will not count as First Blood for bet settlement purposes. For the avoidance of doubt, all kill Events other than "First Blood" are settled based on the kill counter, but a kill that is registered on the kill counter will count as First Blood only if it is announced as such.

13.4.5. Roshans - the team that scores the last hit on Roshan as determined by the broadcast or game API if available is deemed to have slain Roshan, regardless of the player who picks up the aegis of the immortal.

13.4.6. Next team to score a particular objective or the team to score the most of a particular objective - where a "neither" or "draw" option is offered and is the winning outcome, bets on either team are losers. Where no such selection is offered and neither team is a winner, all bets on the Event are void and stakes refunded.

Surrenders

13.4.7. Where one team surrenders, bets stand and are settled as follows:

  • for bets involving the map winner, the winning team is the team that did not surrender;
  • bets involving Roshans, barracks and kills are settled based on the situation at the time the surrender takes place;
  • bets involving towers are settled as if the winning team had destroyed the minimum number of additional towers theoretically required to win the game normally from the position when the surrender occurred. For example, if the winning team has destroyed all tier 1 towers and one tier 2 tower, then it will be deemed to have destroyed three further towers (seven in total), since it would have needed to destroy at least one tier 3 tower and the two ancient towers to have won the game normally from that position.

13.5 Counter Strike: GO

13.5.1. Most map bets are based on the scheduled number of rounds (usually best of 30) excluding extra rounds played in the event of a draw. If, however, a map winner Event is offered without a "draw" selection then this is settled in favour of the overall winner of the map (inc ET if played).

14. Financial Bets

"FTSE Up/Down 20min" Events

14.1. bets will be settled depending on whether or not the FTSE100 finishes "Up", stays the same or finishes "Down" for the relevant period. The Event will be settled based on the price change of the FTSE100. The price change will be measured using the first price stamp of the period, and then the first price stamp of the close time of the period, with all price stamps being taken from Bloomberg or relevant governing body. For periods ending at the close of the day's trading, the official closing price will be used and not the first price stamp of the period close time.

15. Futsal

15.1. "FTSE Up/Down 20min" Events

15.2 Overview of Specific Events (Futsal)

15.2.1. Match Odds 3-way Event will be settled on the result at the end of regular time including stoppage time. Overtime is excluded for settlement purposes of the 3-way Match Odds Event.

15.2.2. Overtime counts for settlement of Handicap and Total Goals Events.

16. Golf

16.1 General

16.1.1. If an outcome for a tie is not available then all bets on this Event will be void.

16.1.2. Tournament bets will only be settled if the minimum number of holes to provide an official result are completed. In general, this number is 36 holes for European Tour Golf and 54 holes for US Tour golf.

16.1.3. Where there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the ceremony, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result.

16.1.4. If there is no presentation ceremony, outcomes will be determined in accordance with the official result of the relevant governing body, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result (except if an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant Event in order to correct an error in reporting the result).

16.1.5. Any player starting a tournament but withdrawing or being disqualified before the end of the tournament will be settled as a loser.

16.1.6. If a tournament is shortened and MiMy settles the tournament Events then all bets matched after the last completed round will be void.

16.1.7. In any 'to qualify' Event for any tournament the winners are the number of golfers that qualify for the tournament, whether they compete in the tournament or not. Events will be settled after the qualifying stage and any subsequent disqualification or amendment to results will not count.

16.1.8. If a Tournament/Round is restarted from the beginning, all bets placed after the official off time will be void, except on Events which have been unconditionally determined, which will stand. Bets on 2 or 3 balls will only be void if matched after the tee time of the relevant 2 or 3 ball.

16.1.9. "Victory Margin" Events will be settled on the official tournament result NOT including any playoff.

16.1.10. For "3 Balls" or "2 Balls" Events, all bets on these Event will stand irrespective of whether the players play in the same group or pairing as each other.

16.2 Tournament match betting (i.e. 72 hole match bets)

16.2.1. If a player withdraws without playing a stroke all bets on the relevant Event will be void.

16.2.2. If all players fail to complete a particular round for any reason the winner is the player with the lowest total score after the previous round.

16.2.3. If a player is disqualified or withdraws during any round they will be settled as a loser providing at least one other player completes that round.

16.2.4. Should all players fail to complete the first round then all bets will be void.

16.3 Round betting Events (e.g. 2 balls, 3 balls etc)

16.3.1. If a player withdraws without playing a stroke in that round all bets on the relevant Event will be void.

16.3.2. If one player fails to complete a round for any reason other than a withdrawal or disqualification then all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

16.3.3. Any player withdrawing or being disqualified having played a stroke in that round will be settled as a loser providing at least one other player completes that round.

16.3.4. Should all players fail to complete the round then all bets will be void.

16.4 Strokeplay hole-by-hole Events (i.e. performance of a named player on a given hole)

16.4.1. Should a hole not be completed for any reason all bets on that hole will be void unless the Event has been unconditionally determined.

16.4.2. Events are settled on completion of the hole and any subsequent penalties or disqualification will not be taken into account.

16.5 Matchplay hole-by-hole Events (i.e. performance of players against each other on a given hole)

16.5.1. With the exception of a player or team conceding a hole (where they are deemed a loser), if a hole is not completed by any player or team (other than for withdrawal or disqualification) all bets on that hole will be void unless the Event has been unconditionally determined.

16.5.2. Any player or team withdrawing or being disqualified having played a stroke on that hole will be settled as a loser providing at least one other player completes that hole.

16.5.3. If any player or team does not play a stroke on a hole all bets will be void.

16.5.4. Events are settled on completion of the hole and any subsequent penalties or disqualification will not be taken into account.

16.6 Individual matchplay Events.

16.6.1. For all individual matchplay Events (eg. individual matches in the WGC Match Play or Ryder Cup) if, after 18 holes, the match is tied then:

  • any player or team withdrawing or being disqualified having played a stroke on that hole will be settled as a loser providing at least one other player completes that hole;
  • if the tournament allows for sudden death or playoff hole(s), then the Event will be settled on the result of the sudden death or playoff hole(s);
  • if the tournament allows for halved matches, then the Event will be settled as a "half".

16.6.2. For team matchplay events, bets on the winner of any singles match will be void if that match does not reach its natural conclusion. A singles match will be deemed not to have reached its natural conclusion if, for example, the applicable players agree to a half because the overall team contest has already been determined.

17. Greyhound Racing

17.1 General

17.1.1. All bets are placed on trap numbers. Greyhound names are displayed for information purposes only.

17.1.2. Events will be determined according to the official result at the time the track gives the result green light status, either in the form of an announcement or by display. Subsequent disqualifications, appeals or amendments to the result will be disregarded.

17.1.3. If a non-runner or reserve runner is declared, then all bets prior to the update of the Event on Mimy will be void.

17.1.4. If there are no finishers in any race or any race is declared void before the official result is declared then all bets will be void.

17.1.5. If the scheduled venue is changed after the Event has been loaded by Mimy, all bets will be void.

17.2 Trap Challenge

17.2.1. Bets on 'Trap challenge' Events are based on which trap results in the most winners during a race meeting, unless stated otherwise in the Specific Rules.

These Events are unaffected by any changes due to non-runners or reserve runners.

17.2.2. These Events are unaffected by any changes due to non-runners or reserve runners.

17.2.3. If a race results in a dead or two or more traps have an equal number of winners at the end of both meetings all bets on this Event will be void

17.3 Winning Distances

17.3.1. 'Winning distances' bets are on the sum of the winning distances for all races during a race meeting, unless otherwise stated in the General Rules.

17.3.2. The maximum winning distance in any race is 10 lengths.

17.3.3. If there is only one finisher in any race the winning distance will be deemed to be 10 lengths.

17.3.4. If a race is cancelled, void or abandoned the winning distance will be deemed to be 2 lengths.

17.3.5. Re-run races will be treated as cancelled races.

17.3.6. For distances below half a length, the following scale will be applied: Short-head 0.1; Head 0.2; Neck 0.3.

17.3.7. The sum of all the winning distances will be rounded to the nearest whole number at the end of the meeting (rounded up, if half) and bets will be settled on this result.

17.3.8. If a whole meeting is abandoned all bets are void. However if at least one race has been completed then the remaining races are allocated 2 lengths each and bets will stand.

17.4 Match Bets

17.4.1. 'Match Bets' for a race are determined by the greyhound with the highest finishing position in that race. If neither greyhound finishes the race bets are void. If only one of the greyhounds finishes the race, that greyhound will be deemed the winner. If a non-runner or reserve runner is declared then all bets will be void.

17.4.2. 'Match Bets' for progress in a competition are determined by the greyhound which qualifies to the furthest round (whether it runs in the further round or not). If the greyhounds concerned fail to qualify in the same round of the competition then all bets on this Event will be void, irrespective of their finishing positions in their individual heats.

17.5 Reverse Forecasts

17.5.1. 'Reverse Forecast' Events are determined by those greyhounds placed first and second in a race.

17.5.2. If a dead heat affects the reverse forecast then all bets will be void.

17.6 Place Events

17.6.1. The number of winners in 'to be placed' Events is determined with reference to the number of runners known to Mimy when the Event is loaded.

17.6.2. Once opened, the number of winners in 'to be placed' Events will not be affected by further non-runners. If the number of potential winners is equal to or is greater than the number of runners, all bets in this Event will be void.

17.7 To Reach the Final and To Qualify Events

17.7.1. 'Reach the Final' Events shall be determined by the first six greyhounds who qualify from the Semi Finals of the competition and be settled as such regardless of whether they go on to run in the final or not.

17.7.2. 'To qualify' Events shall be determined by the greyhounds that qualify in the relevant heats irrespective of whether they run in the next round or not.

17.7.3. The 'reach the final' or 'to qualify' Events will be settled after the qualifying stages and any subsequent disqualification or amendment to results will not count.

18. Handball

18.1 Settled on 60 minutes play unless stated otherwise. Extra time does not count.

18.2 If 60 minutes is not completed then all bets will be void, except those that have been unconditionally determined. If an official result is declared all bets will stand.

18.3 The name/heading of a competition amounts to evidence of what a bet refers to. For example, if you place a bet on "Norway vs Brazil" under the competition name/heading U20 World Cup, the bet will apply to the match between Norway and Brazil which is part of the U20 World Cup.

19. Hockey

19.1 Overtime does not count unless stated otherwise.

19.2 If 70 minutes is not completed then all bets will be void, except those that have been unconditionally determined. If an official result is declared all bets will stand.

20. Horse Racing

20.1 General

20.1.1. All individual race Events will be determined according to the official result at the time of the 'weigh-in' announcement (or equivalent). Subsequent disqualifications, appeals or amendments to the result will be disregarded.

20.1.2. If a race is abandoned or otherwise declared void, or in the event of a walkover, all bets on that race will be void.

20.1.3. If the scheduled venue is changed after the Event has been loaded by Mimy, all bets will be void.

20.1.4. Where a race does not take part on its scheduled day, all bets will be void.

20.1.5. If a scheduled surface type is changed (e.g. turf to dirt) all bets will stand.

20.1.6. Card numbers are posted as a guide only: bets are placed on a named horse.

20.1.7. Horses will not be coupled.

20.2 Place Events

20.2.1. The number of winners in 'to be placed' Events is determined with reference to the number of runners known to Mimy when the Event is loaded.

20.2.2. Once opened, the number of winners in 'to be placed' Events will not be affected by further non-runners.

20.2.3. If the number of winners stated is equal to or is greater than the number of runners, all bets in this Event will be void.

20.2.4. If the number of placed horses is less than the number of potential winners listed, the winners will only be the placed horse or horses.

20.3 Winning Distance Bets

20.3.1. Unless stated otherwise, winning distances' bets are on the sum of the winning distances from each race on one particular day at a race meeting.

20.3.2. The winning distance in a race will be the officially declared distance between the first two horses past the post. However if either the first or second horse past the post is disqualified because: of an incorrect weight carried; they have taken the wrong course; the jockey of either horse fails to weigh in, or weighs in light after the race; then in each case the winning distance shall be that between the first and second horse under the official result.

20.3.3. For the purpose of this bet, the maximum distance on any individual race will be 12 lengths for Flat races and 30 lengths for National Hunt races (which includes National Hunt Flat Races) and these distances will be applied where only one horse finishes a race. For distances below half a length, the following scale will be applied:

  • Nose: 0.05 length
  • Short-head: 0.1
  • Head: 0.2
  • Short-neck: 0.25
  • Neck: 0.3

20.3.4. If a meeting has three or more races abandoned or declared void, then all 'winning distance' bets will be void, unless the entire Event has been unconditionally determined.

20.3.5. When only one or two races are abandoned or declared void, then 'winning distance' bets will be settled with a default distance used for each abandoned or void race. The default distances are 2 lengths for Flat races and 10 lengths for National Hunt races.

20.3.6. Where a walkover is announced after a particular "Winning Distance" Event is first offered on the Mimy, the following winning distances will be deemed to have applied to the race which is the subject of the walkover:

  • Flat: 5 lengths
  • National Hunt: 12 lengths
  • Where a walkover is announced prior to a particular "Winning Distance" Event being offered on the Mimy, for the purposes of such Event (once offered), the race which is the subject of the walkover will be disregarded and the "Winning Distance" total will be determined according to the remaining races (i.e. all races excluding the race which is the subject of the walkover).

21. Ice Hockey

21.1 All bets on "Regular Time" Events will be settled on the result at the end of regular time, excluding overtime. All bets on " Moneyline " Events will be settled at the result at the end of regular time including "overtime and any shootouts that may be played".

21.2 'Puck Line' Events (i.e. handicap Events for NHL (National Hockey League) matches) will be settled on the final result including any overtime and any shootouts that may be played. All 'handicap' Events on other matches will be settled on the result at the end of regular time, excluding overtime.

21.3 If a match does not start on the scheduled start date and is not completed within three days of the scheduled start date, all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

21.4 If a match starts but is later abandoned or postponed then, within three days of the scheduled start date at least 55 minutes of play must have elapsed in any match or an official result must be 'called' by the relevant governing body; otherwise all bets will be void, except for those which have been unconditionally determined. In these instances, if the scores are tied then for " Moneyline " matches (where no tie is offered) all bets will be void

22. Motor Racing (which may include, amongst others, Formula One, Superbikes and Speedway)

22.1 If a race is abandoned and no presentation position or official result is declared all bets on that race will be void except for bets on any Events which have been unconditionally determined.

22.2 If the scheduled venue is changed after the Event has been loaded by Mimy, all bets will be void.

22.3 On "head-to-head" bets (i.e. match bets) the driver/rider who finishes ahead or completes the most number of laps is deemed to be the winner.

22.4 In Speedway , bets will be void if all scheduled heats or races of a meeting or match are not completed except on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

22.5 In any case where there is no podium presentation, then the Event will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result (except if an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant Event in order to correct an error in reporting the result).

23. Olympics

23.1 General Rules

23.1.1. The final medal table declared by the governing body will be used to settle all bets. Any subsequent changes will not be taken into consideration.

23.1.2. All bets will be settled on medal/podium ceremony. Subsequent disqualifications or amendments will not be counted for settlement purposes.

23.1.3. Unless otherwise explicitly stated in the Event or the sports specific rules below; all bets will be settled according to the rules for the relevant sport and/or the relevant general rule.

23.2 Specific Sport Rules

23.2.1. Olympic Basketball - Matches are played under FIBA rules. Therefore all bets will be settled according to 'European Basketball Rules'.

23.2.2. Olympic Field Hockey - Match betting will be settled based on the result at the end of 60 minutes. In the event of a two-way match betting/to qualify Event being offered, then this will be settled on whichever team progresses.

24. Politics

24.1 General Rules

24.1.1. Political Events are all in, run or not. Candidates who withdraw from standing for posts will be settled as losers.

24.1.2. Results of elections are settled on the official declared result, later legal challenges do not count for settlement purposes.

24.2 Leadership Elections

24.2.1. When betting is offered on Next Party Leaders/Next Prime Minister/ Next President or similar, odds are offered on the basis of "all in, run or not" unless otherwise stated. No stakes will be refunded for reasons of ineligibility, failure to stand, withdrawal, or any other eventuality.

24.2.2. "Temporary" or "caretaker" leaders installed in advance of any scheduled leadership contest or official selection process will not count. The winner of any such election or process will count as the "Next Leader", irrespective.

24.2.3. "Next Prime Minister" will always be settled as whomever takes up the office, even in advance of a party leadership contest. If a candidate is no longer in a position to stand for Prime Minister or an additional candidate enters the betting at any time, bets placed on that candidate in this Event will stand.

24.3 Public or political appointments

24.3.1. Bets will be settled on the candidate who is publicly announced as permanently appointed into the given role following a ballot, vote, press release, press conference or any other selection process.

24.3.2. If the publicly announced new appointee does not formally sign any official documentation, is not sworn in or does not officially take up the role, bets placed on that candidate in this Event will stand and bets placed on other candidates will have lost.

24.3.3. If a candidate is appointed on an interim or temporary basis prior to an official selection process taking place, bets placed on that candidate in this Event will not count.

24.3.4. If a candidate is no longer in a position to stand for the given public role, bets placed on that candidate in this Event will stand.

24.3.5. If an additional candidate takes part in the selection process at any time, bets placed on existing candidates in this Event will stand. However if "Any Other candidate" selection is not listed all bets on this Event will be void. However if "Any Other candidate" selection is not listed all bets on this Event will be void.

25. Rowing

25.1 If a crew or individual starts a race but does not complete it then they will be deemed a loser providing at least one other crew or individual completes the race. If no crew or individual completes a race then all bets will be void.

25.2 If a regatta is cancelled for any reason, all bets will be void, except those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

25.3 Where there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the ceremony, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result.

22.4 If there is no presentation ceremony, outcomes will be determined in accordance with the official result of the relevant governing body, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result (except if an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant Event in order to correct an error in reporting the result).

26. Rugby Union and Rugby League

26.1 'Tournament points' and 'tournament tries' bets will apply to all playing time, including any extra-time in any match where an official result is declared.

26.2 For 'time of first try' bets, if the try is scored in the second half, the first half is deemed to have lasted 40 minutes, regardless of stoppage-time. If no try is scored, or the try is scored in second half stoppage-time or extra-time, the result is 80.

26.3 For the purpose of Events involving tries, penalty tries will count with the exception of 'first individual try scorer' Events where penalty tries will not count.

26.4 If a match starts but is abandoned before its completion, all bets will be void unless an official result is declared by the applicable governing body. Where an official result has been declared by the official governing body, that official result will govern match and handicap Event settlement but all other Events will be void unless their result has already been determined at the point of abandonment (i.e. at the point of abandonment, it would not have been possible for the outcome of the bet to change had the match continued to its natural conclusion). By way of example, if 37 points have been scored at the time a match is abandoned: (a) a bet placed on 35 points or more to be scored would be settled as a winning bet, (b) a bet placed on 30-35 points to be scored would be settled as a losing bet and (c) a bet placed on 40-45 points to be scored would be void. In such circumstances, bets on the last tryscorer / team to score last / team to score last try / last scoring play would all be void.

27. Snooker and Pool

27.1 In the event of a match starting but not being completed, the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner (or in the case of the final the player declared the winner).

27.2 If a match is not completed for any reason then bets on 'any correct score' or 'next frame' Event will be void.

27.3 If a match is not completed for any reason, bets on any handicap Event will be void unless the Event has been unconditionally determined.

28. Soccer/Football

28.1 If a match starts but is later abandoned or postponed and Mimy believes that the match will not have been completed by 23:59 (local time) on its scheduled start date, then all Events, with the exception of any unconditionally determined Events, will be void unless Mimy has knowledge that the match has been rescheduled to be played within three days of its original start date. If Mimy does have knowledge that the game will be played within three days and the game is played within three days, then all bets will stand except if the match is restarted from the beginning.

28.2 For Friendly matches, all bets apply to the full duration of play according to the match officials, plus any stoppage time. If a friendly match starts but is later abandoned or postponed and is not completed (i.e. the full duration of play according to match officials, plus any stoppage time) within three days of the scheduled start date, all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined. In the case of ambiguity over the official result from match officials, the outcome will be determined by Mimy (acting reasonably) using information from independent sources.

28.3 If an official fixture lists different team details to those listed on the Mimy website (for example, the team name, reserves, age group, gender, etc), then all bets matched on the affected Events will be void. In all other cases, bets will stand. If an official fixture is shown on the Mimy website under an incorrect competition name, then Mimy reserves the right to void all bets matched on the affected Events.

28.4 If a team is relegated from a league because, at the end of a season, it has finished within the relegation positions which are relevant to that league (i.e. usually any of the bottom three league positions), bets on that team to be relegated will be settled as winning bets. If a team is otherwise disqualified, thrown out or removed from a league (i.e. in circumstances other than those where it has finished the season within the relevant relegation positions): (a) if such team is disqualified, thrown out or removed from the league before the relevant season has started, all bets on the affected Event will be void (and a new Event will subsequently be loaded) and (b) if such team is disqualified, thrown out or removed from the league after the relevant season has started (or a determination is made by the applicable governing body, during the season, that the team will be thrown out or removed from the league following the season's conclusion), all bets on the affected team will be void. For the avoidance of doubt, if a points deduction is imposed on a team such that it finishes the season within the relegation places which are relevant to the applicable league, bets on that team to be relegated will be settled as winning bets.

28.5 The relevant season will be deemed to have started once the first league game has been played. For the purposes of this rule, Events relating to individual matches will not be deemed to be "affected Events".

28.6 For 'time of first goal' bets (i.e. "First Goal Odds" Events), the first half is deemed to last 45 minutes, regardless of stoppage time. Also for these Events, please note that the "0 - 10 Minutes" selection covers the first 10 minutes of the match. In other words, it runs from 0:00 until just before the clock hits 10:00. The "11 – 20 Minutes" selection runs from 10:00 until just before the clock hits 20:00. The same principle applies to each of the other selections in this Event.

28.7 For 'top goalscorer' Events only the goals scored in the league or competition stated in it count. For example, if a player joins a club mid-season any goals scored in a different league will not count, however goals scored for a different club in the same league will count. Own goals will not count.

28.8 For Events that relate to the number of bookings given, the number of corners taken, any goalscorer or the time of a particular goal, the result will be determined by Mimy (acting reasonably) using information from independent sources. In such cases, if any new information comes into the public domain within 48 hours of settlement, then Mimy shall (acting reasonably) determine either: (a) whether the Event should be reinstated or resettled in light of this new information; or (b) to wait for further information before deciding whether to reinstate or resettle the Event. Except where Mimy has announced that it is waiting for further information, any information that comes into the public domain more than 48 hours after an Event has been settled shall not be considered by Mimy (regardless of whether or not such information may have led to a different result).

29. Swimming

29.1 Where there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the ceremony, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result.

29.2 If there is no presentation ceremony, outcomes will be determined in accordance with the official result of the relevant governing body, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result (except if an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant Event in order to correct an error in reporting the result).

29.3 Overall winner Events relate to the winner of the overall event and not for individual qualifiers or heats. If there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the ceremony, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result. However, as a customer courtesy we may choose to settle prior to official publication of results.

30. Tennis

30.1 If a player or pairing retires or is disqualified in any match, the player or pairing progressing to the next round (or winning the tournament in the case of a final) will be deemed the winner. However if less than one set has been completed at the time of the retirement or disqualification then all bets relating to that individual match will be void.

30.2 All bets relating to the number of occurrences of certain events within a tournament will be void if the tournament is reduced in length, postponed or cancelled, except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

30.3 All bets will stand regardless of changes to scheduled venues, including any changes to a different type of surface.

30.4 If the scheduled duration of a match is reduced or increased in the number of games/sets required to win, all bets will be void except for those on Events which have been unconditionally determined. Please note that this does not apply to 'Match Odds' or 'Set Winner' Events on Davis Cup matches or 'dead rubber' matches that have been shortened from five sets to three sets after the Event has been loaded, provided that the match has been shortened in accordance with the competition's rules.

30.5 Where Events are offered on individual games or sets within a match, a retirement or disqualification during a game or set will render bets on that game or set Event and all individual games or set Events void except those on Events which have been unconditionally determined.

31. Volleyball

31.1 In the event of a match starting but not being completed then all Events will be void, unless an official result is declared, in which case all bets will stand.

31.2 If a match is not played on the scheduled date all bets will be void.

31.3 The name/heading of a competition amounts to evidence of what a bet refers to. For example, if you place a bet on "Italy vs Brazil" under the competition name/heading U20 World Cup, the bet will apply to the match between Italy and Brazil which is part of the U20 World Cup.

32. Winter Sports (which may include, amongst others, Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Cross-Country Skiing and Ski-Jumping)

32.1 Participants must pass the starting line/gate in order for bets to stand otherwise bets will be voided and stakes returned.

32.2 Where there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the time of the ceremony, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result.

32.3 If there is no presentation ceremony, outcomes will be determined in accordance with the official result of the relevant governing body, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result (except if an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the relevant Event in order to correct an error in reporting the result).

32.4 If an event is abandoned, postponed or cancelled, all bets will be void unless:

  • the event is completed at the same venue within 7 days of the official scheduled completion date;
  • or a result is 'called' by the relevant governing body.

32.5 Mimy General Rules will apply for 'match bets'. However in respect of "Nordic Combined" if all competitors involved in the match bet do not start both sections of the event (ski jumping and cross country) then bets will be void.

33. Other types of bets

33.1 The conditions stated in this section refer to all offers which would not be reasonably classified under the different categories mentioned above (Ex. Awards & Prizes, Beauty Contests, Entertainment, TV Programs and similar). Whenever applicable, and unless otherwise stated in this section or in the offer, settlement of these offers will be based on the General Rules.

33.2 Unless otherwise specified below or in conjunction with the bet offer, all bets which fall under this section are valid until a result is officially declared regardless of any delays in the announcement, extra voting rounds, etc. which would be needed for the outcome to be announced.

33.3 All open offers involving participants who withdraw/have been evicted from TV shows (either departing voluntarily or following an organiser's decision), will be settled as lost. Should the same participant re-enter the same competition at a later date, he/she will be treated as a new contestant thus previous bets will be settled as lost.

33.4 Bets referring to the removal of a participant are only valid for the next scheduled show. Any changes to the methods of eviction, amount and/or line-up of participants eliminated during the same program, or any other factors which were not reasonably expected will result in the bets referring to "Next eviction" or "Next elimination" to be voided.Win/Place bets on contestants who have been already eliminated will be settled as lost.