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.

2.4. Internet gambling may be illegal in the jurisdiction in which you are located; if so, you are not authorized to use your payment card to complete this transaction.

2.5. Cardholder's responsibility to know the laws concerning online gambling in his or her country of domicile.

2.6. Participation of minors in offered on this website activities is prohibited.

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 [email protected].

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. Bets will only stand if more than ten minutes of official time have passed in the fourth quarter.

1.1.2. All Events have overtime. An exception is possible if other rules are specified.

1.1.3. If the game has been postponed or abandoned, it will be void. The exception is when the game is played during the scheduled week. All bets will be void in case of a change of venue.

1.1.4. We make all settlements based on the information that was made public by the governing body of a league.

1.1.5. Betting on the game may be suspended at any time without warning.

1.1.6. If the index of the Event in Handicap & Total betting is a whole number and the score lands on this number, then the bet is void. Such bets will be refunded.

1.1.7. All Outright Events include playoffs if applicable.

1.1.8. You can place a bet on several players to reach a certain outcome in a competition or match. If any of the chosen players do not participate in it, the bet will be void.

1.1.9. For Regular Season Wins, the bet will only stand if the team plays all 16 games of the season.

1.2 Proposition bets

1.2.1. When the game is abandoned, all bets will be returned. The exceptions are cases when the played part of the game is enough to determine the result.

1.2.2. If you made a player prop bet, and www.nfl.com reports that the player is inactive, then such a bet will be void. Other bets will stand.

1.2.3. If you have placed a prop bet on an NFL player for the regular season, the bet will only be valid if the team is playing all 16 games.

1.3 Quarter and half Events:

1.3.1. When a bet is related to certain quarters or halves, the entire period of the game must be played. The exceptions are situations when the result has already been determined, as well as the second half Events, which include overtime.

1.3.2. Overtime is not included in the fourth quarter.

1.4 Double Result

1.4.1. We settle double result Events based on the score at half time and full time. Overtime is not taken into account.

1.5 Handicap Betting:

1.5.1. We count overtime for match handicap betting.

1.5.2. We do not count overtime on the quarter or half specific Events.

1.5.3. If the result of the Event is a tie, then bets will be refunded.

1.5.4. For the quarter and half betting, bets stand only if the entire period has been played.

1.6 Match betting:

1.6.1. We refund all bets if there is a tie after overtime.

1.7 Total points

1.7.1. We count overtime for all total match or team total and prop points Events.

1.7.2. We do not count overtime for total points on the quarter and half specific Events.

1.7.3. We refund all bets if the total points are precisely the nominated line. The exception is possible when a price for the exact amount is quoted.

1.7.4. For the quarter and half betting, the bets stand only if the entire period has been played.

1.8 First Offensive Play Yard Line

1.8.1. The place where the first offensive play from scrimmage takes place determines the result.

1.8.2. If a kick off is returned for a touchdown, bets stand for the next kick-off.

1.8.3. In case of a turnover, the result is determined on where the first offensive play occurred regarding the receiving team's yard line.

1.10 First penalty:

1.10.1. We settle this on the first accepted penalty in the game.

1.11 First turnover and first team to commit a turnover:

1.11.1. Only interception or fumble counts for the result.

1.11.2. For settlement, we will not qualify “turnover on downs” as a turnover.

1.11.3. We refund bets if the game is abandoned. An exception is made if a turnover occurred.

1.12 First offensive play

1.12.1. If there is a false start penalty on the first offensive play, bets stand for the next offensive play without a false start penalty.

1.13 First/Last Team to Score and First Touchdown Scorer

1.13.1. If the game has been abandoned, bets will stand only on scores that have already occurred. In this case, the overtime counts for such Events.

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

1.13.3. Selections of a player will only be void if www.nfl.com reports that he is “inactive” for that match.

2. Athletics

2.1.1. If the track and field event has a presentation ceremony, we will settle the Events regarding the results of the governing body at the time of the ceremony. In doing so, we will not take into account the subsequent disqualification or changes in the result.

2.1.2. If the event does not have a presentation ceremony, then we will determine the outcomes based on the results of the governing body. In doing so, we will not take into account the subsequent disqualification or changes in the result. However, if, within 24 hours of settlement, a change is made to correct an error in the result, then we will take into account such a change in the result.

2.1.3. If the event is not completed within 7 days of the scheduled date due to postponement, cancellation, or abandonment, we will void all bets on the Event. An exception will be made for bets that have been determined unconditionally.

2.1.4. Overall winner Events are not related to the winner of individual heats or qualifiers, but of the whole event. If “any other athlete” is on the list, no other athletes are added. If “any other athlete” is not listed, the unspecified athletes can be added to this Event at your request.

3. Australian Rules Football

3.1.1. In the case of common matches, bets are applied to regular time, with no overtime taken into account. In the case of “Finals” matches, bets apply to overtime too. An exception is made for bets on Events that have been unconditionally determined.

3.1.2. We will void all bets if the match does not start on the scheduled start date and is not completed within three days of the scheduled start date. An exception will be made for bets on Events that have been unconditionally determined.

3.1.3. We will void all bets if a match starts but has been postponed or abandoned and not completed within three days of the scheduled start date. An exception will be made for bets on Events that have been unconditionally determined.

3.1.4. If a bet refers to an individual player, it will stand even if the player does not take part in the match.

3.1.5. We will void all bets if a match starts but is abandoned before 80 minutes. An exception will be made for bets on Events that have been unconditionally determined.

4. Badminton

4.1 General Rules

4.1.1. The match is considered to have started after the first serve.

4.1.2. We will void all bets if the venue of the match is changed or the match does not take place at all.

4.1.3. We will void all bets if the match does not start within 24 hours of the scheduled start time.

4.1.4. We will void all bets if any named player is changed before the start of the match.

4.1.5. We will void all bets if the first game of the match is not completed. The exception is bets for which the result has already been determined. All match bets stand if the first game is completed.

4.1.6. If a player or team is withdrawn before the start of the event, then such a player/ team is considered a non-runner, and bets in relation to him/it will be refunded.

4.2 Correct Score

4.2.1. Bets on the correct score of a match will be void if there is a disqualification, retirement from the match, or abandonment of the match.

4.2.2. Bets on the correct score of the match will be void if the number of sets to be played changes. However, other Events related to this match will stand.

4.2.3. In correct score Events, the first number on the score refers to the home team and the second one to the away team.

4.3 Match Handicap Betting, Match Point Handicap, Total Games and Total Points

4.3.1. All bets on an Event will be void if there is a disqualification, retirement from the match, or an abandonment of the match. If events that concern certain bets have already been unequivocally determined, then such bets will stand.

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, and Current Game Race to x Pts

4.4.1. We will void all bets on an Event if a disqualification, retirement from a match, or an abandonment of a match occurs during the game. An exception will be made for bets in respect of which Events have already been determined.

5. Bandy

5.1. For a bet to stand the game must last 90 minutes (unless otherwise stated). If the game lasts less than 90 minutes, bets will be void. An exception will be made if an official result is announced.

6. Baseball

6.1 General Rules

6.1.1. The rules listed here apply to Major League Baseball, NCAA, and World Baseball.

6.1.2. We will settle all bets grounded on the statistics and results provided by the league governing body.

6.1.3. We will void all bets if the game does not start on the officially stated start day. The day of the event matches the day in the time zone in which the game is scheduled to be played.

6.1.4. The results of the game will become official after 5 innings if the game is shortened. Results may become official after 4.5 innings if the home team leads at the start of the bottom of the 5th inning. The score after the last full inning will determine the winner. An exception is possible if the home team scores to tie or leads in the bottom half of the inning. In this case, the score at the time the game is suspended will determine the winner.

6.1.5. When settling bets, we take into account extra innings.

6.1.6. All bets will stand if the game is suspended and continues the next day. All bets will stand until the completion of the game in the case of suspended MLB Playoff games.

6.1.7. Bets will stand only if the scheduled starting pitchers start. Exceptions are possible if otherwise specified. We will consider a double pitching change as a normal pitching change.

6.1.8. When two teams are listed in the name of an event, the second named team is considered the home team. This rule applies even if the game is played in a neutral venue.

6.1.9. All outright Events include playoffs, if applicable.

6.1.10. If the mercy rule is applied in the game, the Events are settled based on the result that was determined by the application of the mercy rule.

6.1.11. Bets on World Baseball Events will stand even if the listed pitchers do not start. We will void Money Line betting in the event of a tie. Other Events are settled according to the result.

7. Basketball

7.1 Sport Rules - Euro/Other Basketball

7.1.1. The rules stated here apply to FIBA ​​tournaments and basketball competitions in Europe, Asia, Central America, South America, Africa, and Australia.

7.1.2. We settle bets based on the results announced by the governing body at the end of the match, including overtime. In some cases, we can settle bets based on our statistics.

7.1.3. We will void all Events if the match is abandoned and the result is not determined.

7.1.4. The Event will be void if the respective match is postponed. An exception is possible if the match takes place within 36 hours of the initially scheduled start time.

7.1.5. We will void Match betting and Normal Time Match Betting if the match ends in a tie and overtime is not played. If there are Overtime Events, they will be settled as Yes.

7.1.6. If overtime is played for qualification purposes, we will settle Events based on the results at the end of regular time.

7.1.7. All outright Events include play-offs and the official governing organization tie-breaks. An exception is possible if otherwise specified.

7.2 Euro/Other Basketball Specific Events

7.2.1. For match betting, total points, handicap bets, and odd/even, the result is determined by the score at the end of the game. Overtime is taken into account.

7.2.2. For bets on “Match Result” Events, the result is determined by the score at the end of regular time. Overtime is not taken into account.

7.2.3. For Quarter/Half Events, the following rule applies: bets will only stand if the entire period/half of the game has been completed.

7.2.4. For Quarter Events, the result is determined by the score for the relevant quarter and overtime does not count.

7.2.5. For Second Half Events, the result is determined by the score for the second half, overtime does not count.

7.2.6. For Highest Scoring Events, the following rule applies: two or more quarters/halves must end in the same high score. Overtime does not count.

7.2.7. Will There Be Overtime Event is settled as yes if at the end of regular time the match ends in a draw. This rule applies even if no overtime is played.

7.2.8. For Home Team /Away Team Total Points Events the result depends on the score at the end of the game. Overtime counts.

7.2.9. The result of the “Race to x” Event is determined by the team that first achieves the specified total in the specified period. There is also a “neither” selection. Overtime does not count.

7.2.10. For the Highest Scoring Half, the result is determined after the second half, including overtime.

7.2.11. For bets on Series Events to stand, the series must come to a natural conclusion.

7.2.12. The last point at the end of the game determines the outcome of the Last Point Event. Overtime counts.

7.3 Player Props for Euro/Other Basketball

7.3.1. The result of the First Basket Events is determined by the first score of the game, including free throws. We only take into account the official box score from these sources: https://www.euroleague.net, https://www.fiba.com, https://www.fibaeurope.com, https://www.acb.com. All bets on the selected player will be void if the player does not start the game. If the first quarter ends in a tie, we consider First Basket / First Quarter Double bets as losing.

7.3.2. For the First Team Basket, the result is determined by the first scorer to score from each team. All bets on the selected player will be void if the player does not start the game.

7.3.3. All bets on Player Performance Events stand from the moment the player takes the court. It does not matter how long he plays. Overtime counts. We will void all bets on the Event if one of the players does not have any game time.

7.3.4. Bets on Player Performance Events offered in-play/during half time refer to the statistics of the selected player for the entire match. Overtime counts. We will void all bets on a player who does not have any game time.

7.3.5. Player Match Bets are based on the statistics of the selected player by the end of the match. Overtime counts. We will void all bets on the Event if one of the players does not have any game time.

7.3.6. Bets on Player Index Rating Events are settled according to the results announced by the governing body at the end of the match. Overtime takes into account. All bets on the Event will be void if one of the players does not have any game time.

7.3.7. In the Team: Player most points/rebounds/assists Events wins the bet on the player with the best statistic for the given criteria. All bets on that will be void if several players show the same result.

7.3.8. In the Competition: Player most points/rebounds/assists Events wins the bet on the player with the best statistic for the given criteria at the end of the competition. In this case, the playoffs are not taken into account, unless otherwise stated. All bets on that will be void if several players show the same result.

7.3.9. For Series Points, Rebounds, Assists, Steals, and Blocks match bet, a series must come to a natural conclusion. Only in this case, the bets will stand. Overtime counts. If several players show the same result, all bets on that will be void.

7.3.10. For the Player Regular Season Averages Events, the rule is that a player must play 70% of his team's games – 58 games out of 82 games in a season.

7.4 Sport Rules - US Basketball

7.4.1. We make all settlements based on statistics and results provided by the governing body of a relevant league: www.nba.com, www.ncaa.com, https://www.wnba.com, https://espn.go.com, https://www.donbest.com.

7.4.2. If a team appears second in the event name, it is considered the home team. This rule applies even if the game is played in a neutral venue.

7.4.3. We will void all bets if a game is called with more than 5 minutes to play. An exception is possible if the results of specific Events have been predetermined.

7.4.4. We will void all bets if the match does not start on the scheduled date and is not completed within 24 hours of the scheduled start time. An exception is made for bets that have been determined unconditionally.

7.4.5. If there is no draw or tie selection in an Event, then such an Event will be void.

7.4.6. Overtime is taken into account in all Events. An exception is possible if specified otherwise.

7.4.7. All outright Events include playoffs. An exception is possible if otherwise specified. Tie-breaks of the official governing bodies are also taken into account.

7.5 US Basketball Specific Events

7.5.1. For match betting, total points, handicap bets, and odd/even, the result is determined by the score at the end of the game. Overtime is taken into account.

7.5.2. In Quarter/Half Events, the entire period of play must be completed. Only in this case, bets will stand.

7.5.3. For Quarter Events, the result is determined by the score of the relevant quarter and overtime does not count.

7.5.4. For Second Half Events, the result is determined by the score for the second half, including overtime.

7.5.5. For Home Team /Away Team Total Points Events, the result depends on the score at the end of the game. Overtime counts.

7.5.6. The result of the “Race to x” Event is determined by the team that first achieves the specified total in the specified period. There is also a “neither” selection.

7.5.7. For the Highest Scoring Half, the result is determined after the second half, including overtime.

7.5.8. For bets on Series Events to stand, the series must come to a natural conclusion.

7.5.9. The last point in regular time determines the outcome of the Last Point Event.

7.5.10. For Regular Season wins, bets will stand only if the team wins 75 times.

7.5.11. For Team Match Bets, the result is determined by the team with the most wins in the season or which has advanced furthest.

7.5.12. The Wire to Wire Events assumes that a certain team will lead at the end of each quarter of that game. The bet wins if the selected team leads at the end of each quarter, even if the opposite team leads during the quarter. “Any Other Selection” bet will win if neither team leads after each quarter.

7.6 Player Props for US Basketball

7.6.1. The result of the First Basket Events is determined by the first score of the game, including free throws. We only take into account the official NBA box score. All bets on the selected player will be void if the player does not start the game. If the first quarter ends in a tie, we consider First Basket / First Quarter Double bets as losing.

7.6.2. For the First Team Basket, the result is determined by the first scorer to score from each team. All bets on the selected player will be void if the player does not start the game.

7.6.3. All bets on the Player's Performance Events remain valid from the moment the player enters the court. It doesn't matter how long he plays. Extra time counts. We will void all bets on the Event if a player does not participate.

7.6.4. Player of the Match Bets is based on the statistic of the selected player by the end of the match. Overtime counts. We will void all bets on the Event if one of the players does not have any game time.

7.6.5. In the Team: Player most points/rebounds/assists Events wins the bet on the player with the best statistic for the given criteria. All bets on that will be void if several players show the same result.

7.6.6. In the Competition: Player most points/rebounds/assists Events wins the bet on the player with the best statistic for the given criteria at the end of the competition. In this case, the playoffs are not taken into account, unless otherwise stated. All bets on that will be void if several players show the same result.

7.6.7. For Series Points, Rebounds, Assists, Steals, and Blocks match bet, a series must come to a natural conclusion. Only in this case, the bets will stand. Overtime counts. If several players show the same result, all bets on that will be void.

8. Bowls

8.1. In a situation where the match has started but is not completed, the winner is the player who progressed to the next round.

8.2. We will void set betting if the correct number of games or sets is not completed.

9. Boxing and MMA

9.1 General Boxing Rules:

9.1.1. We will determine the results based on the official result at ringside. The exception is cases of a technical draw – they are regulated by the rules stated in section 9.5 “Technical Decision / Draw”.

9.1.2. For betting, only those results are considered official, which are confirmed by the officials at the venue. If there was no official verification at the venue, then we will refer to http://www.boxrec.com/. When settling, we will not take into account the revocation of a fight decision due to suspension, appeal, drug testing result, or any other fighter sanction.

9.1.3. We will void all bets on a contest if it is postponed. The exception is situations when the contest is postponed but takes place within 48 hours

9.1.4. All bets will be void if a “no contest” is announced. Exceptions are possible for outcomes in which results have already been determined.

9.1.5. We will void bets on the original contest if one of the boxers is substituted. Tournament based competitions are an exception.

9.1.6. All bets will stand if the event changes from a title fight to a non-title fight, or if there is any other change in the way the contest is advertised.

9.1.7. If the match ends in a draw, and there is no possibility to select this option in the Match Betting Event, we will void such Event.

9.1.8. Bets will stand if the scheduled number of rounds in a fight has changed. The exception is situations when changing the number of rounds automatically determines the result. So, if instead of 12 rounds the fight lasts 10 rounds, then we will void bets on rounds 11 and 12.

9.2 Round Betting

9.2.1. In this Event, bets are placed on the round or rounds in which the result of the fight will be determined. This is not betting on a specific winner of the round or rounds.

9.2.2. If a boxer is not able to take part in the next round, then his opponent is considered to have won the fight in the previous round.

9.2.3. If the scheduled number of rounds changes before the start of the contest, we will not void round by round bets.

9.2.4. Despite what is stated in paragraph 9.2.3, if the scheduled number of rounds is reduced before the start of the contest, we will void all round by round bets on dropped rounds. For the remaining rounds, bets stand.

9.2.5. If the winner of the contest is determined by the “judges” scorecards, this is considered a technical decision / technical draw. All round bets are considered losers if the scheduled number of rounds has not been completed, but the contest is finished and the winner is determined by a technical decision.

9.2.6. We will consider all round bets to be losers when the contest goes to the scorecards.

9.2.7. We will void all bets if, due to an accidental injury of one of the fighters, the contest finishes before the scheduled number of rounds and the winner is not determined by the “judges” scorecards.

9.2.8. When settling the “Total Rounds”, we will consider 1 minute and 30 seconds as half a round duration. We will void all bets on an Event if the number of rounds of a contest was changed after the Event has been set.

9.2.9. We will void “Will the Fight Go the Distance” Events or Events with similar names if it is decided to change the scheduled number of rounds. It is considered that the fight has not gone the distance if there is a technical decision.

9.3 Round Specials

9.3.1. If a bet is placed on some event to happen in a certain round, and the fight ends earlier, then such a bet is considered losers.

9.4 Method of victory

9.4.1. If the referee counts to ten and the boxer does not stand up, it is a knockout (KO). If the referee stops the fight after a boxer has been knocked down three times within the same round, or the referee decides that the continuation of the fight threatens the boxer’s health, this is a technical knockout (TKO). When one of the contestants is not able to start the next round, this is also a TKO. For betting, we also consider disqualification and retirement as KO/TKO.

9.5 Technical Decision/Draw

9.5.1. If the fight was planned to last more than four rounds, but after four rounds due to an accidental foul, the fighter is injured and the referee stops the fight, the result of the fight is considered to be a technical decision. Victory is awarded to the boxer who, at the time of the stoppage of the fight, is ahead on the scorecards. In this case, the Event on the fight will stand.

9.5.2. We will void all bets if a technical decision occurs during the first 4 rounds. Exceptions are possible if the result of the Event has already been determined or the winner of the fight is determined by the “judges” scorecards.

9.5.3. In the case when the foul was intentional and caused an injury and stoppage of the fight, then there are two possible outcomes of the fight. If the injured boxer is ahead on the scorecards, then he is considered to have won by technical decision. If the injured boxer is behind or on the scorecards, it is considered that the fight ended in a technical draw. For settlement, we will consider the result of such a fight to be a draw.

9.5.4. For betting on rounds or a group of rounds, the boxer should win by KO, TKO, disqualification or due to the other fighter’s retirement during a certain round, or group of rounds. All round bets are considered to be losers if the fight ends as the result of a technical decision.

9.6 Knockdown

9.6.1. For settlement, we will define a knockdown as a situation when one of the contestants knocked out another or when the boxer was unable to rise before the referee counted to eight. If the referee decides that a fighter slipped, this does not count as a knockdown.

9.7 Unconfirmed Fights

9.7.1. We consider potentially unconfirmed fights dated on site for midnight on December 31st. All such bets will be void if the fight does not take place by the date.

9.8 Mixed Martial Arts

9.8 General

9.8.1.If a contest is postponed but occurs within 48 hours , bets will stand. If the postponement is more than 48 hours from the originally scheduled date, we will void all bets that relate to the contest.

9.8.2. We will void all bets in case of a “no contest” announcement.

9.8.3. If one of the fighters is substituted, we will void the bets on the original contest.

9.9 Winning a Fight

9.9.1. In Events, you can choose outcomes for each fighter to win the fight. In case of a draw, we will void all bets and refund them.

9.9.2. We will settle bets according to the official result announced in the ring. If there are any subsequent appeals or amendments, this will not affect the settlement. The exception is cases where a human error was made when announcing the result and it was subsequently amended.

9.10 Method of Victory

9.10.1. When settling, we will consider the outcome of the Event as a KO if:

  • the referee stops the fight when one fighter / both fighters are standing;
  • the referee stops the fight when one fighter / both fighters are on the canvas;
  • the fight is stopped by the doctor's decision;
  • a fighter is stopped by a fighter's corner or a team;
  • the fighter is not able to continue the fight due to injury.

9.10.2. When settling, we will consider the outcome of the Event as a submission if:

  • the referee stops the fight due to tap-out;
  • the referee stops the fight due to a technical submission;
  • the fighter verbally submits.
We will void the Event if a decision is made to disqualify one of the fighters or declare “no contest”.

9.11 Round Betting / Total Rounds

9.11.1. For the “Round Betting” settlement, we will proceed from the following: when a fighter withdraws between rounds, we will consider the fight ended in the previous round.

9.11.2. For the “Total Rounds” settlement, we will consider that half a round lasts 2 minutes 30 seconds. This rule applies if the round is 5 minutes long. We will void all bets on an Event if the number of rounds in a fight changes after the Event has been set.

9.11.3. We will void all “Round Betting” bets if the number of rounds is changed before a fight.

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

9.12.1. We will void bets on the Events if two or more of the named fighters are awarded Fight of the Night / Submission of the Night / Performance of the Night.

9.13 Quickest Fight of the Night

9.13.1. The fighter who finishes the fight in the shortest time becomes the winner of this Event. The official time is published on http://www.ufc.com/ and based on it we make settlements.

9.13.2. We will void bets on the Events if two fights last the same amount of time.

9.14 Points Handicap

9.14.1. The winner is the fighter who wins before the fight goes its scheduled distance. The fight can end with a decision of the judges, then the winner is determined by the cumulative scores of the judges. We will void the Event if the fight is declared a “no contest”.

9.15 Round and Method Combo

9.15.1. For determining the winner, both the round in which the fight ended and the method of victory matter. If the fight ends in a decision, we will consider bets on the Event to be losing.

10. Cricket

10.1 General Rules

10.1.1. We will void all bets if the match is canceled before the start of the game. An exception is possible if the match is replayed within 48 hours of the scheduled start time. The bets then stand.

10.1.2. If a match venue changes, but the home team is still designated as such, the bets will stand. The bets placed based on the original listing will be void if the home team becomes an away team.

10.2 General Settlement

10.2.1. When settling Events related to tournaments and matches, we will use the official results from the ICC’s website. If for some reason there is no access to the results, then we will settle the Events based on the information from the website http://www.cricinfo.com/

10.2.2. For betting purposes, we will not consider as a wicket a batsman who is retired from innings.

10.2.3. If innings has not been closed due to bad weather or other external factors, it is called the “innings reaching its natural conclusion”. If a team is out of the game, it is deemed to constitute the natural conclusion of an innings.

10.3 Limited Overs Matches

10.3.1. We will settle the match bets according to the officially determined winner. The exception is possible if the winner is determined by the toss of a coin or the drawing of lots. In such a case we will void all bets on the match.

10.3.2. We will void bets on the outright result where the match ends in a tie and the winner has not been determined. Exceptions are possible if the outcome of the match is settled by a bowl off or a Super Over. We will void bets if the winner is determined by the drawing of lots, the toss of a coin, or higher seeding resulting from the previous round.

10.4 Test Matches and County Championship Matches

10.4.1. We will void all bets if due to weather conditions the match is abandoned before a ball has been bowled.

10.4.2. We will void bets on the outcome of a match if the match is abandoned for any reason other than the weather or if the match ends in a tie.

10.4.3. We will void bets on the match result if the match ends in a draw, and such an outcome is not offered in the Event.

10.4.4. We will void all bets relating to the first innings if either side forfeits their first innings.

10.5 Sheffield Shield Matches

10.5.1. We will settle bets on the team with the most points per match if the match ends in a draw, and such an outcome is not offered in the Event. We will void bets if each team has an equal number of points.

10.6 Series Betting

10.6.1. We have the right to void any specialty Events related to the series as a whole if the scheduled number of matches has not been played.

10.6.2. We will void bets on the result of a series if the series ends in a draw, and such an outcome was not offered by us.

10.7 Man of the Match

10.7.1. We settle this Event on the official “Man of the Match” award. We will void betting on an Event if this award is given to more than one player.

10.7.2. We will void bets on players who are not included in his/her team’s starting eleven.

11. Cycling

11.1.1 We will settle Events on the official result of the governing body during the presentation ceremony if such a ceremony takes place. Subsequent disqualifications or result changes will be not taken into account.

11.1.2. We will determine the outcome of an Event based on a formal decision by the governing body if there is no presentation ceremony. In this case, subsequent disqualifications or changes in the result are not taken into account. Exceptions are possible if an error was made in the reporting of the result and the amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement.

11.1.3. We will void all bets on a rider in “To Win A Stage” Events if a rider fails to start the race or if he/she shares first place with another rider.

11.1.4. We will void all bets in “Head to Head” Events if one of the riders fails to start or both riders retire. When both riders fail to start in the next stage, the winner is the rider with the best result after the previous stage.

11.1.5. We will cancel the “Head to Head” Event if both riders fail to finish the stage. Bets will stand only if at least one of them finishes.

12. Darts

12.1.1. We will void the match odds Event if the match starts but is not completed and the player progressing to the next round is considered the winner. A player can also be declared the winner in the case of a final. The only exceptions are those Events that have been determined unconditionally.

12.1.2. We will void bets on the “Any Correct Score” or “Next Leg/Game/Set” Events if the match is not completed for one reason or another. The only exceptions are those Events that have been determined unconditionally.

12.1.3. We will void bets on the match odds Event if the match is not completed for any reason.

13. Esports

13.1 General Rules

13.1.1. We will void bets on games or maps if some of them are not played because the same players or teams are playing on multiple games or maps.

Postponements/Cancellations

13.1.2. We will void bets on an Event and refund stakes if the Event is not completed within 48 hours of the originally scheduled start time due to postponement, interruption, or cancellation. Bets will stand on games or maps completed within 48 hours This rule applies even if other games or maps that are part of the same matchup are postponed or canceled.

Broadcast

13.1.3. When settling bets, we are guided by the official broadcast of the game. Where available, we will use the game statistics API if there is no broadcast or the result of the bet cannot be determined from the broadcast.

13.2 Numbered Events

13.2.1. The Index determines the objective that counts in indexed or numbered Events (for example, the winner of a round in Counter-Strike: GO). Since broadcasts are sometimes delayed, we do not guarantee that the word “next” and similar in the Event name is correct. We cannot always ensure that the index increases precisely at the end of the round or when the objective is scored. We will settle all bets on a specified objective or particular numbered round.

13.2.2. We will void bets on winning margin (including handicap), correct scores, total rounds or maps, etc., and refund stakes if a decision has been made to change the number of rounds or maps. In this case, map winner and matchup winner bets stand.

13.2.3. We will void all bets on a specific map and the matchup as a whole, and refund stakes if a map is not played. This rule also applies when a map is awarded to one player or team by walkover or default without play has commenced. Only bets that are related to the maps that are played will stand.

13.3 League of Legends

13.3.1. Even if the last hit to the tower was from a minion, it is considered that all destroyed towers were destroyed by the opposing team.

13.3.2. Even if the last hit to the inhibitor was from a minion, it is considered that all destroyed inhibitors were destroyed by the opposing team. For bets involving the number of destroyed inhibitors, the following rule applies: each of the six inhibitors counts only once, even if it was destroyed, then respawns and is destroyed again. For bets involving the next inhibitor destroyed, each destruction of the inhibitor counts separately.

13.3.3. When settling bets concerning kills, we will use the official broadcast or game API to determine whether the death of a Champion counts as a kill. This rule also applies to “First Blood”.

13.3.4. For the bets on the team to score a particular objective or the most of a particular objective, if the winning outcome is a draw or a “neither” option, then such bets are considered losers. This rule applies only when the option “neither” or “draw” was offered in the Event. If this option was not offered and neither team won, we will void all bets on the Event and refund stakes.

13.3.5. All bets will stand if one of the teams surrenders. The team that did not surrender is considered a winner for the bets on the map winner.

13.3.6. In the event of a surrender, we will settle the bets involving kills, barons, and dragons based on the situation at the time of the surrender.

13.3.7. If one of the teams surrender, we will settle the bets regarding towers and inhibitors as follows: we will count in favor of the winning team the destruction of the minimum number of additional towers and inhibitors required to win the game under normal conditions.

13.4 DOTA2

13.4.1. Even if the last hit to the tower was from a creep, it is considered that all destroyed towers were destroyed by the opposing team.

13.4.2. Even if the last hit to the barracks was from a minion, all destroyed barracks are considered to have been destroyed by the opposing team.

13.4.3. We will check the official broadcast or game API to determine whether the death of a Hero counts as a kill. This rule does not apply to “First Blood”.

13.4.4. In the case of “First Blood”, the broadcast or API must register the kill as “First Blood”. A kill registered on the kill counter will only count as “First Blood” if it is declared as such.

13.4.5. The team that scored the last hit on Roshan, according to the broadcast or API is considered to have killed Roshan. It does not matter who raised the aegis of the immortal.

13.4.6. In the case of bets on the team to score a particular objective or the team to score the most of a particular objective, if the winning outcome is a draw or a “neither” option, then bets on any team are losers. This rule applies only when the “neither” or “draw” option was offered in the Event. If this option was not offered and neither team won, we will void all bets on the Event and refund stakes.

13.4.7. All bets stand if one of the team surrenders. For settling, the following rules will apply:

  • the team that did not surrender becomes the winner for bets involving the map winner;
  • we will settle the bets regarding kills, barracks, and Roshans based on the situation at the time of the surrender;
  • we will settle bets regarding towers as follows: we will count in favor of the winning team the destruction of the minimum number of additional towers required to win the game under normal conditions.

13.5 Counter Strike: GO

13.5.1. Almost all map bets are based on the scheduled number of rounds. The exception is extra rounds, which are played in case of a draw. Bets are settled in favor of the overall winner of the map if there was no offer to choose the “draw” option in the map winner Event.

14. Financial Bets

“FTSE Up/Down 20min” Events

14.1. We will settle bets on these Events based on the rise or fall of the FTSE100 for a relevant period. We will determine the price change based on the first price stamp of the period and the first price stamp of the close time of the period. The sources of information will be Bloomberg or the relevant governing body.

15. Futsal

15.1. At the end of the match, we will regulate bets based on the result announced by the relevant governing body. Bets will be settled based on our statistics if there is a lack of consistent, independent evidence or significant conflicting evidence.

15.2 Overview of Specific Events (Futsal)

15.2.1. After the final whistle, a match is calculated with three outcomes.The calculation of bets on a match with three outcomes does not include overtime.

15.2.2. Overtime includes a settlement of Handicap and Total Goals Events.

16. Golf

16.1 General

16.1.1. All bets on events are canceled if the result in a draw is not available.

16.1.2. Tournament bets will only be settled if the required number of holes to give an official result are completed. Considering this number is 36 holes for European Tour Golf and 54 holes for US Tour golf..

16.1.3. If there is a presentation ceremony, Events will be settled on the official result of the relevant governing body at the ceremony's time, despite any following disqualification or correction to the outcome.

16.1.4. If there is no presentation ceremony, outcomes will be settled following the official result of the relevant governing body, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the output (unless an amendment is announced within 24 hours of the initial settlement of the appropriate Event to correct an error in reporting the result).

16.1.5. In case of withdrawal from the tournament or disqualification before the end of the match, any player will be settled as a loser.

16.1.6. All bets matched after the last completed round will be void if the tournament is reduced and MiMy calculates tournament events.

16.1.7. No matter if players are participating in a tournament or not, in any "qualifying" event for any contest, the number of golfers who have qualified for the game will be considered winners. Events will be settled after the qualifying stage, and any following disqualification or correction to results will not count.

16.1.8. Whether a Tournament/Round is settled to restart from the beginning, all bets placed after the official off time will be void, except on Events that have been unconditionally determined, which will stand. Bets place on 2 or 3 balls will only be invalid if matched after the relevant 2 or 3 balls' tee time.

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

16.1.10. For "2 Balls" or "3 Balls" Events, all bets on these Events will stand irrespective of 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. Provided that a player withdraws without playing a stroke, all bets on the relevant Event will be automatically void.

16.2.2. If all players can not complete a particular round for some reason, the player with the lowest total score after the previous round is declared the winner.

16.2.3. Whether a player is disqualified or withdraws during any round; they will be declared as a loser providing at least one other player succeeds that round.

16.2.4. If all players can not 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. Provided that a player withdraws without playing a stroke in that round, all bets on the relevant Event will be automatically void.

16.3.2. All bets will be void, except for bets on events that have been unconditionally determined, if one player is unable to complete the round for any reason other than withdrawal or disqualification.

16.3.3. If at least one other player completes that round, any player, withdrawn or disqualified, having played a stroke in this round will be considered a loser.

16.3.4. If all players can not 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. If a hole is not completed for any reason, all bets place 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 following 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. The exemption of a player or team acknowledges a gap (where they are settled as a loser). Suppose a hole is not completed by any player or team (other than for withdrawal or disqualification). In that case, all bets placed on that hole will be void unless the Event has been unconditionally determined.

16.5.2. If at least one other player completes that hole, any player or team withdrawing or being disqualified having played a stroke on that hole will be declared a loser.

16.5.3. Should any player or team fail to play a stroke on a hole that all bets will be void?

16.5.4. Events are settled on completion of the hole, and any further penalties or disqualification will not be considered.

16.6 Individual matchplay Events.

16.6.1. For all individual matchplay Events (eg. singular matches in the WGC Match Play or Ryder Cup) on the off chance that, after 18 holes, the match is tied at that point:

  • Any player or group pulling out or being excluded having played a stroke on that opening will be settled as a washout giving at any rate one other player finishes that opening.
  • On the off chance that the competition considers abrupt passing or season finisher hole(s), we will choose the Event the consequence of the unexpected demise or season finisher hole(s).
  • On the off chance that the competition considers divided matches, the Event will be settled as a "half".

16.6.2. For group matchplay occasions, wagers on the champ of any singles match will be void if that match doesn't arrive at its characteristic decision. A singles match will be considered not to have arrived at its regular decision if, for instance, the material players consent to a half because the general group challenge has just been resolved.

17. Greyhound Racing

17.1 General

17.1.1. All bets are set on snare numbers. Greyhound names are shown for data purposes as they were.

17.1.2. Occasions will be resolved by the authority result when the track gives the outcome the green light status, either as a declaration or by the presentation. Ensuing preclusions, offers, or alterations to the outcome will be dismissed.

17.1.3. If a non-sprinter or save sprinter is pronounced, at that point, all wagers preceding refreshing the Event on Mimy will be void.

17.1.4. If there are no finishers in any race or any race is pronounced void before the authority result is proclaimed, all wagers will be void.

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

17.2 Trap Challenge

17.2.1. Bets on 'Trap challenge' Events depend on which trap brings about the most champs during a race meeting, except if expressed in any case in the Specific Rules. These Events are unaffected by any progressions because of non-sprinters or save sprinters.

If a race brings about a dead or at least two snares have an equivalent number of victors toward the two gatherings' finish, all wagers on this Event will be void.

17.2.2. If a race brings about a dead or at least two snares have an equivalent number of victors toward the two gatherings' finish, all wagers on this Event will be void.

17.2.3. If an entire gathering is deserted, all wagers are void. On the off chance that at any rate, one race has been finished, at that point, bets on these Events will stand.

17.3 Winning Distances

17.3.1. 'Winning distances' wagers are on the amount of the triumphant distances for all races during a race meeting, except if in any case expressed in the General Rules.

17.3.2. The most significant winning distance in any race is ten lengths.

17.3.3. If there is just a single finisher in any race, we will consider the triumphant distance to be ten lengths.

17.3.4. If a race is dropped, void, or deserted, the triumphant distance will be considered to be two lengths.

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

17.3.6. For distances underneath a large portion of a length, we will apply the accompanying scale: Short-head 0.1; Head 0.2; Neck 0.3.

17.3.7. We will adjust the relative multitude of winning distances to the closest whole number toward the gathering's finish (gathered together, assuming half), and we will choose bets on these outcomes.

17.3.8. If an entire gathering is deserted, all bets are void. Be that as it may, if one race has been finished at any rate, at that point, the leftover races are distributed two lengths each, and bets will stand.

17.4 Match Bets

17.4.1. 'Match Bets' for a race is dictated by the greyhound with the most extraordinary completing situation in that race. If neither one of the greyhounds completes, the race bets are void. On the off chance that just one of the greyhounds ends the race, that greyhound will be considered the victor. On the off chance that a non-sprinter or hold sprinter is announced, at that point, all bets will be void.

17.4.2. 'Match Bets' for progress in opposition are controlled by the greyhound, which fits the bill to the uttermost round (if it runs in the further round). On the off chance that the greyhound's concerned neglect to qualify in the equivalent round of the opposition at that point, all wagers on this Event will be void, regardless of their completing situations in their warms.

17.5 Reverse Forecasts

17.5.1. Those greyhounds determine 17.5.1 'Reverse Forecast' Events placed first and second in a race.

17.5.2. If a standoff influences the converse gauge, at that point all bets will be void.

17.6 Place Events

17.6.1. The quantity of champs in 'to be set' Events is resolved concerning the quantity of sprinters known to Mimy when the Event is stacked.

17.6.2. Once opened, the quantity of victors in 'to be put' additional non-sprinters won't influence events. On the off chance that the quantity of potential victors is equivalent to or is more noteworthy than the quantity of sprinters, all wagers in this Event will be void.

17.7 To Reach the Final and To Qualify Events

17.7.1. 'Arrive at the Final' Events will be controlled by the initial six greyhounds who qualify from the Semi-Finals of the opposition and be settled as such whether or not they proceed to run in the last or not.

17.7.2. 'To qualify' Events will be controlled by the greyhounds that qualify in the important warms regardless of if they run in the following round.

17.7.3. The 'arrive at the last' or 'to qualify' Events will be settled after the passing stages, and any following exclusion or change to results won't check.

18. Handball

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

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

18.3 The name/heading of the competition indicates what the bet refers to. For example, if you are betting on "Spain vs. Poland" under the competition name/heading U20 World Cup, the bet will apply to the match between Spain and Poland that is part of the U20 World Cup.

19. Hockey

19.1 Overtime does not count unless otherwise noted.

19.2 If 70 minutes have not expired, all bets will be void, except those unconditionally determined. If an official result is announced, all bets will stand.

20. Horse Racing

20.1 General

20.1.1. All individual race Events will be resolved by the authority result at the hour of the 'weigh-in' announcement (or same). Ensuing exclusions, bids, or revisions to the outcome will be dismissed.

20.1.2. If a race is deserted or, in any case, pronounced void or in case of a walkover, all wagers on that race will be void.

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

20.1.4. Where a race doesn't partake on its planned day, all wagers will be void.

20.1.5. On the off chance that a planned surface sort is changed (e.g., turf to dirt), all wagers will stand.

20.1.6. Card numbers are posted as a guide just: wagers are put on a named horse.

20.1.7. Horses won't be paired.

20.2 Place Events

20.2.1. The number of champs in 'to be placed' Events is resolved concerning the number of sprinters known to Mimy when the Event is stacked.

20.2.2. Once opened, the number of champs in 'to be placed' additional non-sprinters won't influence events.

20.2.3. If the quantity of victors expressed is equivalent to or is more prominent than the number of sprinters, 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.

If the number of arranged horses is not exactly the number of potential champs recorded, the victors will only be the assigned horse or horses.

20.3 Winning Distance Bets

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

20.3.2. The winning distance in a race will be the formally proclaimed distance between the initial two horses past the post. Nevertheless, if either the first or second horse past the post is precluded because: of an off base weight conveyed; they have taken some unacceptable course; the rider of either horse fails to weigh in or weighs in light after the race; at that point for each situation, the winning distance will be that between the first and second horse under the official result.

20.3.3. For this bet, the highest distance on any single 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 completes a race. For distances below half a length, we will apply the following scale:

  • 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 rejected or submitted void, 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 resolved with a default distance used for each left or void race. The default distances are two lengths for Flat races and ten 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 considered to have applied to the race, which is the subject of the walkover:

  • Flat: 5 lengths
  • National Hunt: 12 lengths
  • A walkover is announced before a particular "Winning Distance" Event being offered on the Mimy. For such an Event (once provided), we will disregard the race subject of the walkover. We will determine the "Winning Distance" total according to the remaining races (i.e., all races excluding the race 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 determined at the result at the end of standard time, including "overtime and any shootouts that you may play."

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 you may play. All 'handicap' Events on other events will be concluded on the result at the end of regular time, excluding overtime.

21.3 If a match doesn't begin the planned beginning date and isn't finished within three days of the booked beginning date, all wagers will be void aside from those on Events that have been genuinely decided.

21.4 If a match begins yet is subsequently deserted or deferred, at that point, within three days of the planned beginning date, at any rate, 55 minutes of play more likely than not slipped by in any match, or an official result should be 'called' by the essential governing body. Otherwise, all bets will be void, aside from those which have been unequivocally decided. On these occasions, if the scores are tied, at that point 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 Mimy has loaded the Event, all bets will be void.

22.3 On "head-to-head" bets (for example, coordinate wagers), the driver/rider who completes ahead or finishes the most number of laps is considered the victor.

22.4 In Speedway , wagers will be void if all planned warms or races of a gathering or match are not finished besides on Events that have been unequivocally decided.

22.5 For any situation where there is no platform introduction, at that point, the Event will be chosen the authority aftereffect of the important administering body paying little mind to any ensuing preclusion or alteration to the outcome (aside from if a revision is declared inside 24 hours of the underlying settlement of the significant Event to address a mistake in revealing the outcome).

23. Olympics

23.1 General Rules

23.1.1. We will use the final medal table represented by the governing body to complete all bets. We will not consider any subsequent changes.

23.1.2. We will choose all bets decoration/platform services. We won't mean resulting exclusions or revisions 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 relevant sport's rules and/or the relevant general rule.

23.2 Specific Sport Rules

23.2.1. Olympic Basketball - Matches are played under FIBA rules. 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. If a two-way match betting/to qualify Event is offered, we will fix this on whichever team progresses.

24. Politics

24.1 General Rules

24.1.1. Political Events are all in, run or not. Competitors who pull out from representing posts will be settled as failures.

24.1.2. Results of decisions are chosen with authority proclaimed as the outcome. Later lawful difficulties don't mean settlement purposes.

24.2 Leadership Elections

24.2.1. When wagering is offered on Next Party Leaders/Next Prime Minister/Next President or comparable, chances are given depending on "all in, run or not" except if in any case expressed. We will discount no bets for reasons of ineligibility, inability to stand, withdrawal, or some other inevitability.

24.2.2. "Brief" or "guardian" pioneers introduced ahead of time of any planned authority challenge, or official determination interaction won't tally. The champ of any such political race or business will consider the "Following Leader" independent.

24.2.3. "Next Prime Minister" will consistently be settled as whoever takes up the workplace, even ahead of time of a gathering administration challenge. If a competitor is not, at this point, ready to represent the Prime Minister or an extra applicant enters the wagering whenever wagers put on that up-and-comer in this Event will stand.

24.3 Public or political appointments

24.3.1. Bets will be chosen the freely reported up-and-comer as for all time delegated into the given job following a polling form, vote, official statement, question and answer session, or some other determination measure.

24.3.2. If the openly reported new nominee doesn't officially sign any authority documentation, isn't confirmed or doesn't formally take up the job, wagers put on that applicant in this Event will stand, and bets put on different up-and-comers will have lost.

24.3.3. If a competitor is named on a break or transitory premise before an authority determination measure, wagers set on that up-and-comer in this Event won't check.

24.3.4. If a competitor is not, at this point, ready to represent the given public job, wagers set on that applicant in this Event will stand.

24.3.5. If an extra applicant participates in the determination cycle, whenever wagers put on existing up-and-comers in this Event will stand. Notwithstanding, if the "Some other competitor" choice isn't recorded, all bets on this Event will be void.

25. Rowing

25.1 The crew or a participant is considered to be the loser if the crew or participant starts the race but does not end it, and another crew or participant completes the race. Bets cancellation occurs when neither the crew nor the competitor has completed the race.

25.2 If the regatta is canceled for any reason, all bets will be void. An exception is made for bets on those Events that have been unconditionally determined.

25.3 If a presentation ceremony is held, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or change in the result, Events will be settled on the official result of the respective governing body at the time of the ceremony.

22.4 If there is no presentation ceremony, the results will be determined according to the official result of the designated governing body. Any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result will be irrelevant (unless an amendment is announced within 24 hours after the initial settlement of the relevant Event to correct an error in the reporting of the result).

26. Rugby Union and Rugby League

26.1 "Tournament Points" and "Tournament Attempts" bets will apply to all playing time, including both regular and extra time, in any match in which an official result is announced.

26.2 For “first try time” bets, regardless of the stopping time, the first half is considered to have lasted 40 minutes if the attempt is scored in the second half. The result will be 80 if the attempt is not scored or the attempt is scored during a second-half stoppage or extra time.

26.3 For Events including attempts, penalty attempts will count, except “scoring first individual attempt” Events where penalty attempts do not count.

26.4 If a match has started but was interrupted before its completion without the announcement of the result by the appropriate governing body, all bets will be void. If an official result has been announced by an official governing body, that official result will govern the settlement of the match and the handicap event, but all other competitions will be void if their result was not already determined at the time of termination (i.e., at the time of termination, the outcome of the bet could not change if the match continued until its natural conclusion). For example, if 37 points were scored at the end of the match: (a) a bet placed on 35 points or more will be settled as a winning bet, (b) a bet placed on 30-35 points to be scored will be calculated as a losing bet, and (c) a bet placed on the 40-45 points accumulated will be void. In such circumstances, all bets on the game/team scoring the last try / high score will be void.

27. Snooker and Pool

27.1 If the match started but was not completed, the player who proceeds to the next round is considered the winner. If this is the final round, the player is 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, after the start of the match, it was interrupted/postponed and there is a possibility that the match will not be completed by 23:59 (local time) on the scheduled date or postponed within the next three days from the start date, then all events will be void, except unconditionally defined events. If it is known for sure that the game will take place within three days and it will be played, all bets will stand. If the game starts over, bets will be void.

28.2 All bets that relate to friendly matches are applied for the entire duration of the game, stoppage time is also taken into account. If, after the start of a friendly match, it was canceled/postponed / not completed (i.e. the full duration of the match, according to the official data and the time of stopping) within three days from the date of the scheduled start date, then bets will be void, except for the bets that were determined unconditionally. If the official result is ambiguous, Mimy reserves the right to determine the result using information from independent sources.

28.3 If the information provided about an official match differs from the information provided on the Mimy website (eg gender, team name, age group, reserve), then all bets on this event will be void. Bets will stand in all other cases. Mimy reserves the right to void all bets agreed on in this event if the official match is listed under the wrong competition category on the Mimy website.

28.4 If a team leaves a league by finishing at the end of the season within the relegation positions within that league (i.e. any of those lower league positions, bets on the team within the lower positions will be settled as winning bets. If the circumstances under which a team is disqualified, eliminated or sent off differ from the circumstances under which that team ended the season in their respective league positions): (a) if the team was disqualified/thrown out/removed before the start of the relevant season, then bets for these Events will be void (later a new event will be uploaded) and (b) if after the start of the season the team is disqualified/thrown out/removed (or is removed at the end of the season, in connection with the decision of the governing body) all bets on the affected team will be void. To resolve the issue, if a team is imposed a point deduction and then ends the season with relegation spots that are relevant to the applicable league, bets on the demoted team will be settled as winners.

28.5 The opening of the respective season is the moment when the first league game is played. Within this condition, Events that are specific to individual matches will not count as action «affected Events».

28.6 For “time of first goal” bets (ie “first goal odds” Events), regardless of the stopping time, the first half is considered to be 45 minutes long. Note that for these events, the "0-10 minutes" selection covers the first 10 minutes of the match. In other words, it runs from 0:00 to 10:00. The selection "11–20 minutes" lasts from 10:00 to 20:00. Any other choice follows a similar principle.

28.7 In “Top goalscorer” tournaments, only the goals listed in the competition or league will count. For example, goals are not counted if a player joins a club during the season, but goals scored for another club in the same league will count.

28.8 If the events relate to the number of corners taken, the number of bookings assigned, the time of a goal scored, or any scorer, Mimy will determine the result (acting reasonably) using information from independent sources. If any previously unknown information becomes publicly available within 48 hours of the settlement, Mimi must reasonably determine either: (a) whether the Event should be resumed or rescheduled given the new information; (b) wait for additional information before deciding to resume or postpone an Event. An exception is cases when Mimi announces the expectation of additional information, which becomes publicly available within 48 hours after the end of the event. Such information should not be considered by Mimi, regardless of whether this information may have influenced the outcome of the Event.

29. Swimming

29.1 If a presentation ceremony is held, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or change in the result, Events will be settled on the official result of the respective governing body at the time of the ceremony.

29.2 If there is no presentation ceremony, the results will be determined according to the official result of the designated governing body. Any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result will be irrelevant (unless an amendment is announced within 24 hours after the initial settlement of the relevant Event to correct an error in the reporting of 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 0result 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 The winner is the player or couple who advance to the next round if the player or couple is eliminated or disqualified from any match in the tournament. However, all bets will be void if, at the time of elimination/disqualification, less than one set from that individual match has been completed.

30.2 If the tournament is shortened/postponed/canceled, all bets that relate to the number of occurrences of certain events during this tournament will be void. The only exceptions are Events that are defined without reference.

30.3 If there are changes to scheduled venues or changes in coverage, all bets will stand regardless.

30.4 All bets will be void if the scheduled duration of the match is shortened or increased in the number of games/sets required to win, except bets on Events that have been unconditionally determined. But this does not apply to «Match Odds» or «Set Winner events» in Davis Cup or «Dead Rubber» matches that have been reduced from five sets to three sets after the event load, provided the match is shortened following the competition rules.

30.5 In case of termination or disqualification during a game or set, if Events are offered for individual games or sets within a given match, bets will be void on that game/set Event and all individual games/set Events, except for Events for which bets are determined unconditionally.

31. Volleyball

31.1 All Events will be void if the match starts but does not end. All bets will stand if the official result is not announced.

31.2 If a match does not take place on the appointed date, all bets will be void.

31.3 The name/title of the competition indicates what the bet refers to. For example, if you are placing a bet on “Spain v Argentina” named/titled “U20 World Cup”, the bet will be valid for the match between Spain and Argentina that 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 Competitors must cross the start line / gate for bets to remain in the intersection. If this does not happen, then bets will be void and refunded.

32.2 If a presentation ceremony is held, regardless of any subsequent disqualification or change in the result, Events will be settled on the official result of the respective governing body at the time of the ceremony

32.3 If there is no presentation ceremony, the results will be determined according to the official result of the designated governing body. Any subsequent disqualification or amendment to the result will be irrelevant (unless an amendment is announced within 24 hours after the initial settlement of the relevant Event to correct an error in the reporting of the result).

32.4 If an event is canceled, postponed, or rescheduled, all bets will be void if:

  • the completion of the event occurs within 7 days after the planned completion date at the same location
  • or the result is announced by the relevant governing body.

32.5 The General Rules apply for “match bets”. However, in the case of "Nordic combined", bets will be void if all competitors taking part in the match bet do not participate in both stages of the competition (ski jumping and skiing).

33. Other types of bets

33.1 The conditions described in this section apply to all offers that cannot logically fall into a specific category mentioned in the previous sections (for example, awards and prizes, beauty contests, entertainment, TV programs, etc.). If applicable, and unless otherwise stated in this section or in an offer, the settlement of these offers will be based on the General Rules.

33.2 Unless otherwise stated below or in connection with a betting offer, all bets falling under this section are valid until the result is officially announced, regardless of any announcement delays, additional voting rounds, etc.

33.3 If a participant refused/was excluded from taking part in the TV show, then all open offers that concern this participant will be considered lost. If the same participant decides to re-participate in the TV show later, he/she will be considered as a new participant, so the previous bets will be settled as lost.

33.4 Elimination Bets are only valid for the next scheduled show release. Any unplanned changes in the elimination methods, the number and/or composition of participants excluded during the same program, or any other factors that were not reasonably expected, will result in the rates on "Next Eviction" or "Next Exclusion" to be voided. Win/Place bets on participants who have already been eliminated will be considered lost.