Betting Rules

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)

The result as declared at the end of a fight by the official announcer will be used for settlement purposes. Any subsequent alterations to that result will not be taken into account. If the official announcer does not declare a result at the end of a fight, the market will be settled on the result displayed on the applicable organisation's official site. If a fight results in a draw, the Fight Result will be deemed void and all stakes returned. If a bout does not take place within 48 hours of the given date and time, it will be deemed void and all stakes will be returned. Fights deemed to be "No Contest" following an early stoppage will have all markets settled as void.

 

Future Fights


 

The one exception to the 48 hour rule above, is fights set up under the Future Fights sub-type. These fights have been set up before the exact date is known and will be reclassified under the correct event and date, once an official announcement has been made. These fights will only be voided if either fighter is scheduled to fight another opponent instead. Once a fight has been reclassified, it is then subject to the 48 hour rule as normal.


 

Change to scheduled number of rounds


 

All outright bets on the match will stand. However round by round bets will be void.


 

Round Betting


 

Betting on the round in which the fight result will be determined.


 

If a fight is stopped before the full number of rounds have been completed, or if a fighter is disqualified and a points decision is awarded, bets will be settled on the round in which the fight was stopped.


 

Total Rounds


 

If a fight is stopped before the full number of rounds have been completed, or if a fighter is disqualified and a points decision is awarded, bets will be settled on the round in which the fight was stopped.


 

For settlement purposes where a half round is stated then 2 minute 30 seconds of the respective round will define the ‘half’ to determine under or over. Should the round end exactly on this time then affected bets will be made void.


 

Failure to come out for a round


 

If a fighter fails to come out for the next round, bets will be settled on his opponent having won the bout in the previous round.


 

Stoppages


 

If the fight is stopped due to an injury or disqualification, either by the referee or the doctor, then this will be considered a technical KO (TKO).


 

If the fight is stopped early due to damage sustained from an illegal attack, or an accidental clash of heads etc, then a technical decision may be awarded. In this instance, the time of the stoppage would be used to settle all round markets, but the result of the decision would be used to settle the 'Decision Victories' market.


 

If the judges aren't able to award a technical decision then the fight may be declared a 'No Contest', and all bets will be void. 'No Contests' awarded after the fight due to a failed drug test will not be resettled, and will stand as originally declared after the fight.


 

A technical submission may occur when the referee stops the fight because a fighter has sustained an injury, or become unconscious, while in a submission hold. For betting purposes all, technical submissions will be settled as submissions.

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