Moneyline Wagering: The Moneyline is a simple straight bet. You are simply betting on one team to beat the other. Overtime counts. In the example above, if you wagered $100 on the Miami Dolphins you would win $270 should they win the game. For the Houston Texans you would need to wager $340 to win $100 should they win the game.
In the example above, as the Houston Texans are listed below, they would be considered the home team.
Spread Wagering: Spread Wagering is a straight wager on the point spread. When making a spread bet, the team you wager on must cover/beat the point spread. This means that the favored team must win by more than the outlined number of points or the underdog will receive that number of points as a head start. In the above example, if you wager on the Miami Dolphins +7.5, they need to win the game by any score or alternately lose by 7 points or less. If you wager on the Houston Texans -7.5, they need to win by over 8 points or more. Overtime counts. For both of these selections, you would need to wager $110 to win $100.
Total Points Wagering: For this market, you are wagering on the combined total number of points at the end of the whole game. In the above example, if you wager on Ov 44, the game needs to end in a combined total of 45 points or more. If you wager on Un 44, the game needs to end in a combined total of 43 points or less. Should the game end on exactly 44 points, this will be considered a "Push" and your stake will be refunded. Overtime counts.
Touchdown Scorer Markets: For settlement purposes, the player who physically brings the ball into the end zone or catches the ball in the end zone will be considered the touchdown scorer.
Quarter and Half Markets: There is the ability to wager on a point spread or total for only the first or second half of a game as well as each separate quarter. A first half wager is determined by the score at halftime of the game. A halftime wager, for betting purposes, resets the score of a game to 0-0 at halftime of a game. For example, if you wager a spread bet on the Dolphins -3.5 in the second half, the Dolphins must win the second half by 4 points or more. First half points will not be included in this market. Similarly, if you were to wager on the Dolphins -3.5 in the first half, they would need to win by 4 or more points in the first half only. Second half points would not be included. Overtime does not count for these markets.
Parlays: A Parlay is a wager which combines several teams into a single bet. You can choose a 2 team parlay up to a 16 team parlay. In the below example, you are wagering a 2 Team Parlay. For this wager to be a winner, both selections must be successful. The Miami Dolphins would need to win against the Houston Texans and the Philadelphia Eagles would need to win against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Should both win, a $100 wager would win you $501.25
In the event of a tie in one of your selections in a parlay, the parlay is reduced to the next lowest number of teams. For example, if you have a 4 team parlay and one of the selections is a tie, the leg would be considered a "push". In this instance, the 4 team parlay would then become a 3 team parlay and would be settled at reduced odds to reflect a winning 3 team parlay.
Teasers: You may also hear people refer to this as a "tease"; We offer 6, 6.5 and 7 point teasers in Football. Football teasers are available for both NFL and College Football.
A teaser allows the player to add points on an underdog’s point spread or subtract points from a favorite.
A minimum of two teams must be selected for a valid teaser and all selections must cover the spread for the teaser to win.
E.g. If a player was to place a 6 point 2 team teaser on the Atlanta Falcons +6.5 and Green Bay -10.5 then 6 points would be added to the original spread of Atlanta and 6 points would be subtracted from the original spread of Green Bay. The new spreads the player would need both to cover in order to win the wager would be Atlanta +12.5 and Green Bay -4.5.
In the event of one or more legs being a push that leg(s) is discounted from the wager and if the other legs cover their spreads the teaser will pay accordingly e.g. if you have a NFL three team six point teaser and one leg pushes and the others cover then the teaser will be paid out as a two team teaser.
In the event of a push on one leg in a two team teaser, two legs in a three team teaser etc. with the single leg covering then the teaser is considered a push and stakes are refunded.
Fantasy Points: FanDuel is a Half Point PPR league, not full PPR. For the purposes of Sportsbook markets including Fantasy Points, these will be settled based on Half Point PPR result.
- At least ten minutes of official time must elapse in the fourth quarter for bets to have
- Overtime counts for all markets unless stated otherwise
- Abandoned or postponed games are void unless played within the same scheduling week.
- In the event of a change of venue, all bets will be void.
- All settlements are based on results and statistics provided by the relevant league’s
- We reserve the right to suspend any or all betting on a game at any time without notice.
Handicap betting: In 'Handicap' Total betting, where the index (value) of the market is a whole number, bets are void and will be refunded where the score lands on that number.
- All Outright markets include playoffs where applicable.
- For settlement purposes, the team listed second in the event name is always considered
the Home Team. Example: Team A v Team B or Team A @ Team B - Team B is the Home
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