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SOFTBALL

Last Update: 23/7/2012

1. GENERAL RULES

  • When betting on the Run Line and Total Runs (over/under) the game must conduct 7 innings (or 6.5 innings, when the 2nd batting team is already ahead) to have a result. If a game is called or suspended in an extra innings, the score will be determined after the last full inning unless the home team scores to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the score is determined at the time the game is called.
  • The result is based on the official outright result of the match, including extra innings (when applicable).
  • Should a game be abandoned, suspended or postponed and fail to resume after 12 hours from the official start time, the result as it stands will be deemed void and all bets will be cancelled, unless explicitly stated below or in the individual Bet Type rules. The company's decision to cancel all bets in such an event is final and is regardless of any official decision by the game referee or relevant governing authority.
  • If the scheduled venue is changed, all bets will be considered void.
  • If the game starts before the scheduled time, only bets placed before the game commenced will be considered valid. Bets placed after the game commenced will be considered void. This excludes In-Play bet types.

2. BET TYPES

Below is a breakdown of the rules for the individual bet types we offer for Softball.

2.1. Money Line

  • Predict who will win the game.
  • Extra innings count for settlement purposes.

2.2. Run Line (Handicap)

  • Predict who will win the game / period with the indicated handicap applied.
  • Extra innings count for settlement purposes.

2.3. Total Runs (Over / Under)

  • Predict whether the total number of runs scored will be over or under the indicated total line.
  • Extra innings count for settlement purposes.

  • If a game is abandoned, Over / Under bets will only be settled when the market has been unconditionally determined as any further potential runs have no affect on the market result. In all other scenarios, bets will be considered void.

2.4. Odd / Even

  • Predict whether the total number of runs scored will be odd or even.
  • Extra innings count for settlement purposes.

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