Rules

1. GENERAL RULES

These regulations contain terms and conditions for the participation in betting games with fixed odds as organized by MALTCO LOTTERIES Limited, hereinafter referred to as "the Organiser".

The present rules regulate all issues concerning the organization and the holding of fixed odds betting games, as organized and operated by the Organiser. They also regulate the relationship between the Organiser and the player who participates in these games. These rules and regulations apply to all betting games with fixed odds, whether these are team or individual sports and other non-sporting events, which by their very nature can have bets placed on their outcome.

Your participation in fixed odds betting games can only be held through the authorized network of the Organiser.

Financial administration of fixed odds betting games (payout to the players, or distribution to beneficiaries etc) is the exclusive responsibility of the Organiser.

1.1 The Holding of Fixed Odds Betting Games

Betting with fixed odds can take place with the publication of the U*BET Programme that includes all events available for betting in the Sports Betting Engine. This Programme lists the betting events, dates and time of said events, odds and other details and information concerning these events aiming to assist your participation.

The U*BET Programme is published through the Organiser's authorized network and by any other means decided by the Organiser.

In case where data or specific information regarding offered events is missing from the Programme or mistakes are noticed or the distribution of the Programme is late, the Organiser has the right to announce this data in any other way possible.
The bet acceptance period for the events offered in the U*BET Programme starts with the activation of betting transactions in the Sports Betting Engine and ends with the commencement of the last event stated in the Programme.

Bets are accepted only on the events included in the Programme and up to the date and time of the first betting event chosen by you, as validated by the Sports Betting Engine. Live Betting starts with the beginning of the event for which Live Betting is offered. Bets in Live Betting can be accepted during the time period when the event is being played.

In any case regarding the validity of bets, data registered in the Sports Betting Engine prevails over any other data.

Fixed odds betting games are the selections you can choose as a possible outcome for each of the offered events or group of events, as well as the quantity of events you can choose in order to create a betting line (column). The Organiser is responsible for deciding and publishing the value of a betting column.

Fixed odds betting games are offered with fixed odds for every selection separately or for a combination as a whole as chosen by yourself. Odds are presented in decimal format with two decimal points. The Organiser has the right to change odds at any given time.

1.2 Your participation in fixed odds betting games

Participation in fixed odds betting games is open to everyone, except minors (under 18) and prohibited ticket holders, under the condition that you accept these General Rules and Regulations completely and unconditionally, and also accept special rules and conditions decided by the Organiser periodically which will be published in the U*BET Programme at varying times.

In order to participate in fixed odds betting games it is necessary to create at least one column, to make a payment either for the value of the column or columns produced, or if desired, to multiply this value many times. Payment is finalized after the Sports Betting Engine has validated the bet, the validity of which can be proven by a printout. This printout may contain your predictions, the odds that were valid at the moment of validation; it may also contain other data which are necessary to render the bet unique.

It is the Organiser's responsibility to determine and inform you through the Player's Booklet of the maximum amount of payment per bet combination or combinations for participating in a single fixed odds betting game. In case the value of the bet exceeds the maximum amount determined by the Organiser, the bet will not be accepted.

In some fixed odds betting games it is possible to use "systems", represented by a combination of columns.

1.3 Bet acceptance

The Organiser has the right to accept or reject any bet, at any time, without obligation to justify his decision.

If according to the Organiser's discretion there are special reasons, a special acceptance procedure will apply which implies possible changes of your initial selections as a result of the Organiser's proposals and your agreement. The final bet accepted by the Organiser is certified by the validation of that bet by the Sports Betting Engine.

A column that contains an event, which was postponed or called off, will be accepted only under conditions stated in these Rules.

1.4 Bet cancellation

A bet can be cancelled within a period of up to 5 (five) minutes after it was validated.
If for any reason cancellation of the bet cannot occur because the Sports Betting Engine cannot automatically recognize the bet that is meant to be cancelled, then the cancellation will not take place and the Organiser bears no responsibility for this.

When a bet is cancelled all combinations included in the bet are cancelled as well, and the payment for the bet is returned to you.

For Live Betting or Live Interval Betting, cancellations are not allowed.

1.5 Results of Events

The successful predictions of your selections are based on the official results announced by the Organiser through the point of sales for all events in the Programme, that are organized in accordance with the rules and the official regulations of the game.

In the case of postponement or cancellation of one or more events, for which bets have been accepted, and before these changes were known and had been entered in the Sports Betting Engine, the results of the events offered are determined on the basis of rules contained within these regulations.

1.6 Winning bets, Payout of winnings

Each column entered in the Sports Betting Engine, is a winning one, when all selected outcomes have been successfully predicted. In this case a winning prize is paid to you and is equal to the value of the stake multiplied by the odds for all the selections included in the column. The odds are the ones valid at the time of validation of the bet. In the case of odds offered for the whole combination chosen by you, the winning prize paid to you is equal to the value of the stake multiplied by the odds given for this combination. The odds are the ones valid at the time of validation of the bet.

Payout of winnings, in accordance with the previous paragraph, is done only after all events included in the bet have finished and after there is confirmation of the respective record in the Sports Betting Engine. The winning amount, which should be paid to you after all calculations have been completed, is calculated to the second digit.

The Organiser determines the maximum amount of winnings paid out in the land-based point of sale network, currently set at €100,000.
In the case that there is an obvious mistake in the odds of the events on the basis of which the amount of winnings of a winning bet is calculated, the Organiser reserves the right to calculate the amount of winnings taking into account the correct odds and to pay you as a winning prize the amount produced by that calculation.

If for whatever reason winning bets cannot be automatically recognized, the Organiser can apply special procedures, assuming the Sports Betting Engine can recognize these winning bets in some way.

In case of loss, complete or partial destruction of the betting receipt if such is provided, or in general, when it is not possible to recover the winning bet, the Organiser relinquishes all responsibilities to the payout of winnings, or to provide any other form of compensation.

Winnings from bets that were placed in land-based point of sale network must be collected within 60 days from the end of the valid period of the respective Programme.

In the case where the Organiser determines there is reasonable doubt that the outcome of an event has been tampered with, thus breaking rules and official regulations governing such events, or in the case where there is evidence questioning the credibility of an event, the Organiser reserves the right to suspend payout of winnings.

1.7 Maximum winnings

The Organiser determines the maximum winnings per bet and / or per bet type and this is announced in the Player's Booklet. If a certain player or group of players, placed identical or similar bets in order to avoid the special procedure for bet acceptance of paragraph 2, section 2.3 of these Rules, and the regulation as stated in the present article, the Organiser in this case, has the right to apply the maximum winnings, as defined within this article, to the total of the above bets.

1.8 Disputes

Someone who presents a validated winning bet claiming this is not recognized as winning by the Sports Betting Engine or registers the winnings as lower than what they should be, has the right to submit a complaint to the Organiser within 60 days from the time when the results for all events of the Programme were entered into the Sports Betting Engine.

1.9 Force majeure, The Organiser's responsibility

In cases of force majeure, which makes it impossible to hold fixed odds betting games and impossible to payout winners, the Organiser bears no responsibility towards you, except in cases where automatic recognition of bets is possible, and in those cases the amount paid by you is refunded.

Force Majeure covers events that are beyond the control of the Organiser and which were unforeseeable and unavoidable. Any planning or application of defence measures by the Organiser cannot have possibly prevented these events. Force Majeure covers events such as, but not limited to, natural disasters (acts of God), floods, earthquakes, fires, war, strikes, embargo, acts of terror, etc.

The Organiser does not bear any responsibility for damages caused by any loss, totally or partially destroyed betting receipt, if such is provided, or for failure to retrieve or recover betting data.

1.10 Data security

Data on all transactions entered into the Sports Betting Engine are kept for sixty (60) days at the Organiser's responsibility.

1.11 Announcement of Rules

These rules as well as all terms and conditions for the holding of fixed odds betting games, and the further detailed description in Section III of the present rules for all offered fixed odds betting games, are made known to you in every possible way, (Programmes, other printed or electronic media), and from the moment of announcement are considered as an integral part of the official rules of the game.

2. SPECIFIC GAME RULES

2.1 General provisions

For each possible outcome, stated in the Programme, odds are offered with which you can calculate your winnings. Odds published in the Programme or announced in any possible way, are starting odds and the Organiser reserves the right to change them whenever it is deemed necessary.

The Organiser decides and publishes in the Programme the rules concerning different types of bets. A betting column can include a number of predictions of event results, not related to the same event, depending on the Organiser's decision of minimum number of events that you can choose in one betting column. This information is published in the Programme.

The event times and dates published in the Programme are the times and dates that are valid in the country / location that the Programme has been published for.
In all cases of event cancellation, postponement and suspension the local time refers to the time of the country / location where the event takes place.

You make your predictions according to the instructions given by the Organiser. These instructions are announced in any possible way (Programme, published materials and any other means).

The possibility and method of combining in the same betting column a type of bet with another type of bet, provided that these bets are not for the same event, are published in the Programme. The possibility of combining in the same betting column bet types on the same event will be stated in the Programme.

Regarding team sports, the team, determined by the Organiser as the home team, is on the left side of the Programme, while the away team is on the right side of the Programme. For the above mentioned team sports if there is a change of venue (i.e. the home and the away team are officially reversed and the match takes place in the away team's home ground) or a change in opponent and this is after the publication of the official Programme, then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00).

Events chosen by you can be combined in permutations (based on the number of event results in a column). Permutations, offered to you, are announced in every way possible. When you choose to use permutations, it is possible to indicate a banker (a standard event result) or bankers, which is a prediction included in all columns.

A betting column that contains a prediction regarding an event that cannot be verified (to have a winning outcome), can still be taken into account with other predictions that have a minimum of two predictions or one (if that prediction can be played as a single). In all other instances the column cannot stand as a bet and the amount paid is refunded once all other predictions are verified. If a column contains predictions none of which can be verified, they all receive odds of one (1.00) and the value of the column is refunded.

If a betting column contains the prediction of an event which was inserted after the event had started, then the event will be given odds of one (1.00). In these cases the columns that have a minimum of two predictions, or one if that prediction can be played as a single, remain valid. Columns that do not fulfil the stated requirements do not participate in the game and the amount paid for them will be returned to you after all games on which your placed bets have ended.

In case the winning outcomes are more than the expected ones (case of dead heat), then the odds for each winning outcome will be calculated according to the rules for the specific bet type, described in the relevant paragraphs. The odds to be paid to you, as a result of applying the present rule, cannot be less than 1.00.

The exact duration of the Live Betting offer is based on the Organiser's decision. The winning outcome / outcomes for this type of bet will be officially announced by the Organiser, based on the announcements made by the organising body of the event regarding the results produced during the event.
All bet types on football matches are offered for regular duration play, which includes time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other possible stoppages. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs on football bets are taken into account, only if it is stated in the Programme.

All bet types on basketball games are offered including any possible over time added on. Over time is not taken into account only for bets (a) on Final Result of the game when a Draw is offered and (b) on Half-Time/Full-Time Result without handicap.
All bet types on ice hockey games are offered including possible extra time and penalty shoot-outs. For all other bet types, only regular duration of the match (60 minutes) is taken into account, unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

For all bet types on sporting events the following is valid, unless otherwise is stated in the relevant paragraphs with the rules for any specific bet type:

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme (date of the initial announcement) or if a game was suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme (date of the initial announcement) or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the game was continued and completed).

In case of suspension of an ice hockey game, the following is applied:
  • If an ice hockey game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

  • If an ice hockey game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for a certain type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.
In certain particular circumstances for which the Organiser may feel there are special reasons, certain bets offered, will be given odds of one (1.00). This is within the Organiser's exclusive rights.

The Organizer has the right to offer any other bet type apart from the ones mentioned below without any other additional rules, under the condition that these bet types are not in contradiction with the present rules and regulations.

3. BET TYPES SPECIFIC RULES

3.1 Final result of a football match

You are asked to make a prediction of the final outcome of a certain football match. The results officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final results. These are based on the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match. There is a possibility the final result can be the result after extra time or the result after a penalty shoot-out. If this is the case it will be stated in the Programme. In certain particular circumstances, for which the Organiser may feel that there are special reasons, this type of bet can be re-offered separately for the remaining duration of a match, in case of suspension. In this case it will be announced in any possible way.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a match was suspended before the start of the second half, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended during the second half of the match and the rest of the match is not played (in the event's local time) within the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then the result at the time of suspension will be considered as final.

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme, then the valid result will be the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.2 Final result of a football match (with handicap)

You are asked to make a prediction of the final outcome of a certain football match taking into account a handicap given to one of the two teams.

The Organiser can in any way possible announce the handicap in goals for one of the two teams. In order to determine the winning outcome, the handicap given will be taken into account. The handicap can be a decimal number and in this case it is not possible to have a draw as the outcome. The Organiser reserves the right to change the handicap at any time. Starting handicaps are published in the Programme. Handicaps taken into consideration in order to accept a bet as winning are ones that are valid at the moment of validation by the Sports Betting Engine.

Final result officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final result of the match. This is based on the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match. There is a possibility the final result can be the result after extra time or the result after a penalty shoot-out. If this is the case it will be stated in the Programme. In certain particular circumstances, for which the Organiser may feel that there are special reasons, this type of bet can be re-offered separately for the remaining duration of a match in case of suspension. In this case it will be announced in any possible way.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then your bets on the "Final result of a football match (with handicap)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then the valid result will be the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.3 1st Half Result of a Football Match

You are asked to predict the 1st half result of a specific football match.

The half-time results officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final results of the first half of the match during the regular duration of the first half-time of the match including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme or if a match was suspended during the first half, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the half-time result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended during the first half and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then the valid half-time result will be the half-time result at the final conclusion of the first half of the match.

If a match is suspended after the regular duration of the first half-time of the match, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, then as the half-time result will be considered the result at the conclusion of the first half of the match.

3.4 1st Half Result of a Football Match (with handicap)

You are asked to predict the 1st half result of a specific football match, taking into account a handicap given to one of the two teams.

The Organiser can, in any way possible, announce the handicap in goals for one of the two teams. In order to determine the winning outcome, the handicap given will be taken into account. The handicap can be a decimal number and in this case it is not possible to have a draw as the outcome. The Organiser reserves the right to change the handicap at any time. Starting handicaps are published in the Programme. Handicaps taken into consideration in order to accept a bet as winning are ones that are valid at the moment of validation by the Sports Betting Engine.

The half-time results officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final result of the first half of the match (during the regular duration of the first half of the match) including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the half-time result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended during the first half and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the half-time result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended during the first half and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then the valid half-time result will be the half-time result at the final conclusion of the first half of the match.

If a match is suspended after the regular duration of the first half of the match, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, then as the half-time result will be considered the result at the conclusion of the first half of the match.

3.5 2nd Half Result of a Football Match

You are asked to predict the 2nd half result of a specific football match.

The 2nd half result officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final result of the second half of the match (during the regular duration of the second half-time of the match) including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the 2nd half result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme in all these circumstances your bets on the 2nd half result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then the valid result for this bet type will be based on the 2nd half result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.6 2nd Half Result of a Football Match (with handicap)

You are asked to predict the 2nd half result of a specific football match taking into account a handicap given to one of the two teams.

The Organiser can, in any way possible, announce handicap in goals for one of the two teams. In order to determine the winning outcome, the handicap given will be taken into account. The handicap can be a decimal number and in this case it is not possible to have a draw result as the outcome. The Organiser reserves the right to change the

handicap at any time. Starting handicaps are published in the Programme. Handicaps taken into consideration in order to accept a bet as winning are ones that are valid at the moment of validation by the Sports Betting Engine.

The 2nd half-time result officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final result of the second half of the match (during the regular duration of the second half-time of the match) including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme) or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the 2nd half result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the 2nd half result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme, then the valid result for this bet type will be based on the 2nd half result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.7 Result of any part of a football match besides halves

You are asked to predict the result of any part of a football match (besides halves) achieved at the end of a time interval which is published in the Programme.

The score achieved is the one scored during the specified time interval, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of a part of a football match will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the result of a part of a football match, will be based on the result, at the final conclusion of the match.

3.8 Half-Time / Full-Time of a football match

You are asked to predict the half-time result of a certain football match in combination with the final result of the same match.

The half-time/full-time results officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final results. These are based on the result at half time and the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match. There is a possibility, the final result can be the result after extra time or the result when a «golden goal » is scored or the result after a penalty shoot-out. If this is the case it will be stated in the Programme.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next dayfrom the date stated in the Programme or if a match was suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue , or there is a

change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the Half-Time / Full- Time will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.9 Correct score of a football match (or of a certain half of it)

You are asked to predict the correct score of a football match (or of a certain half of it).

The correct score is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match (or of a certain half of it).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the correct score will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Correct score of a football match (or of a certain half of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme and end on Monday 23:59), then the winning outcome for the bet type "Correct score of a football match (or of a certain half of it)" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.10 First goal scorer of a football match

You are asked to predict which football player will score the first goal during a football match.

The first goal scored is the one scored during 90 minutes play, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count for this bet.

Bets for scorers of the first goal who did not take part in the match or entered the match as a replacement for another player after the first goal was scored, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the first goal is an "own goal", it is not taken into account when deciding the first goal scored. An exception will be in cases where odds are offered for the first goal being an "own goal". When it is disputed who scored the first goal, and if this first goal is an "own goal", the official decision of the association holding the event will be taken into account.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme orif there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on first goal scorer of the match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after the first goal has been scored and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the betting columns that include first scorer will be considered. If a match is suspended and a goal has not been scored, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the predictions for first scorer will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the prediction of first goal scorer, will be based on the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.11 Last goal scorer in a football match

You are asked to predict which football player will score the last goal during a football match.

The last goal scored is the one scored during 90 minutes play, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count for these bets.

Bets for scorers of the last goal who did not take part in the match or were substituted by another player before the last goal was scored, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the last goal is an "own goal", it is not taken into account when deciding the last goal scored. An exception will be in cases where odds are offered for the last goal being an "own goal". When it is disputed who scored the last goal, and if this last goal is an "own goal", the official decision of the association holding the event will be taken into account.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue , or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on last goal scorer of the match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the predictions for last scorer will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the current week from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the prediction of last goal scorer, will be based on the result, at the final conclusion of the match.

3.12 Any goal scorer or Scorer of two goals or Scorer of three goals (Hat Trick) in a football match

You are asked to predict which football player will score once or twice or three times (Hat Trick) during a football match.

Any goal scored is the one scored during the 90 minutes play, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count for these bets.

Bets for scorers of any goal who did not take part in the match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the goal is an "own goal", it is not taken into account when deciding the any goal scored. An exception will be in cases where odds are offered for the goal being an "own goal". When it is disputed who scored the goal and if this goal is an "own goal", the official decision of the association holding the event will be taken into account.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on any goal scorer of the match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then all your bets for the football player who will score once or twice or three times (Hat Trick) will be given

odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for the bet type "Any goal scorer or Scorer of two goals or Scorer of three goals (Hat Trick) in a football match" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

Prediction for any goal scorer in a football match can be combined in one betting column with a prediction for first and/or last goal scorer of the same match. It is also allowed to combine in one betting column prediction for first goal scorer with a prediction for last goal scorer. One betting column cannot combine predictions regarding the same football player.

3.13 First/Next/Last team to score or first/next/last team to win a penalty or first/next/last team to which a card (red or yellow) is shown in a football match (or in a certain half of it)

You are asked to predict the team to score the first or next or last goal or the team to win the first or next or last penalty or the team to which the first or next or last card (red or yellow) will be shown in a football match (or in a certain half of it).

The team that scored first or next or last goal or the team that won first or next or last goal or the team to which the first or next or last penalty or the team to which the first or next or last card is shown is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match or of a certain half of it.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a

change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your predictions for this bet will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "First/Next/Last team to score or first/next/last team to win a penalty or first/next/last team to which a card (red or yellow) is shown in a football match (or in a certain half of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this bet, will be determined according the result, at the final conclusion of the match.

In case the winning outcomes are more than the expected ones i.e. more than one card of the same colour have been shown at the same time (case of dead heat), then the odds for each winning outcome are divided by the number of winning outcomes.

3.14 Team to score or not to score in a football match

You are asked to predict if one or both teams will score or not in a football match.

The team or the teams that scored are the ones the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is

published, then in all these circumstances your bets for team to score or not to score will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after one team has scored, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the bets on the team that scored will be considered winning, while bets on this team not to score, will be considered losing. In this case bets on all other outcomes will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after both teams have scored, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the bets on both teams to score, or home team to score or away team to score will be considered winning, while bets on any other outcome will be considered losing.

If a match is suspended and a goal has not been scored, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the prediction of any outcome for this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for this bet, will be based on the result, at the final conclusion of the match.

3.15 Total number of goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it)

You are asked to predict if the total number of goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it) is equal to a certain number (value) or is within a certain range.

The total number of goals scored by both teams in a football match (or in a part of it), the total number of goals scored by a certain team in a football match (or in a part of it) are the ones that are officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a match (or of a part of it).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the total number of goals scored will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Total number of goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for the bet type "Total number of goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it)" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.16 Goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it) "Under - Over" a specified limit

You are asked to predict if the total number of goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it) is "under" or "over" a limit published in the Programme.

The total number of goals scored by both teams in a football match (or in a part of it), the total number of goals scored by a certain team in a football match (or in a part of it) are the ones that are officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a match (or of a part of it).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for "Under-Over" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it) "Under - Over" a specified limit" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and the rest of the match is played (in the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for the bet type "Goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it) "Under - Over" a specified limit" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.17 Goals scored in the first half of a football match "Under - Over" a specified limit

You are asked to predict if the total number of goals scored in the first half of a football match is "under" or "over" a limit published in the Programme.

The total number of goals scored in the first half of a football match is the sum of goals scored by both teams as officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of the first half of a match.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for "Under-Over" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended before the end of the first half and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme and if at the moment of suspension the total number of goals already scored is greater than the limit published in the Programme, then the outcome "over" is considered the winning outcome while the outcome "under" is the losing outcome. If a match is suspended before the end of the first half, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme and if at the moment of suspension the total number of goals already scored is less than the limit published in the Programme, then both outcomes - "over" and "under" - are given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the total number of goals scored in the first half will be the number of goals scored in the first half at the final conclusion of the match.

3.18 Total number of cards (yellow or red), total number of penalties in a football match

You are asked to predict if the total number of cards (yellow or red) or if the total number of penalties given in a football match is "under" or "over" a limit published in the Programme.

The total number of cards (yellow or red) or the total number of penalties given in a football is the sum of cards (yellow or red) or the sum of penalties given to both teams as officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a match. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count for these bets. Any cards (yellow or red) shown after the end of regular time the final whistle has been blown, (e.g. as the players are leaving the football pitch, or in the tunnel or in the dressing rooms etc.), will be disregarded. Additionally, cards (red or yellow) shown to non-players (e.g. managers or any other bench staff), or player substitutes sitting on the bench, will be disregarded.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the total number of cards (yellow or red) or the total number of penalties will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme and if at the moment of suspension the total number of cards (yellow or red) or the total number of penalties already given is greater than the limit published in the Programme, then the outcome "over" is considered the winning outcome while the outcome "under" is the losing outcome. If a match is suspended before the start of the second half, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme and if at the moment of suspension the total number of

cards (yellow or red) or the total number of penalties already given is less than the limit published in the Programme, then both outcomes - "over" and "under" - are given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the current week from the date stated in the Programme (for betting purposes the current week is considered to start on Tuesday at 00:00 and end on Monday 23:59), then the total number of cards (yellow or red) or the total number of penalties given will be the number cards (yellow or red) or the number of penalties given at the final conclusion of the match.

3.19 Time of first or last goal in a football match

You are asked to predict the range of times the first or last goal will be scored in a football match. Also, you might be asked to predict if the time of first or last goal in a football match is "Under" or "Over" a specified time limit stated in the Programme.

The first or last goal scored are the ones scored during the 90 minutes play, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count for these bets.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue , or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after the first goal has been scored, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the betting columns that include prediction regarding time of first goal will be considered.

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the

date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Time of first or last goal in a football match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the time of first or last goal will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

Prediction for Time of First Goal of a football match can be combined in one betting column with a prediction for first or last or any goal scorer of the same match. One betting column cannot combine predictions regarding the same football player to be at the same time the first or last or any goal scorer. In the event of the first or last or any goal scorer is given odds of one (1.00), then the bet will be examined as a bet on Time of First Goal. In the case where Time of first goal is combined with a prediction for first or last or any goal scorer and if for Time of first goal have been given odds of one (1.00), then all bets will be refunded.

3.20 Scorecast

You are asked to make a prediction of which football player will score in a football match: the first goal or any goal or the last goal or time of first goal scored; in combination with the correct score of the match.

The first, the last or any goal scored are the ones scored during the 90 minutes play, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. The correct score is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count for these bets.

In the case where the final result of the match is a Draw or the team of the selected player to score wins the match, then the winnings for the combination of First/Last/Any Player to Score with Correct Score may be subject to deductions, as follows:

• If the final result is a Draw, the final odds of the combination is 75% of the odds product (odds for Correct Score x odds for First Goalscorer x 0.75).

• If the team of the player selected as first player to score wins, the final odds of the combination is 50% of the odds product (odds for Correct Score x odds for First Goalscorer x 0.50).

Bets for scorer of the first goal who did not take part in the match or entered the match as a replacement for another player after the first goal was scored, will be given odds of one (1.00). Bets for scorers of any goal who did not take part in the match will be given odds of one (1.00). Bets for scorers of the last goal who did not take part in the match or was substituted by another player before the last goal was scored, will be given odds of one (1.00). In these cases bets on Scorecast will be examined as bets on Correct Score of a football match.

If the first goal or any goal or last goal is an "own goal", it is not taken into account when deciding the first goal or any goal or last goal scored. An exception will be in cases where odds are offered for the first goal or any goal or last goal being an "own goal". When it is disputed who scored the first goal or any goal or last goal, and if this first goal or any goal or last goal is an "own goal", the official decision of the association holding the event will be taken into account.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for Scorecast will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after the first goal has been scored and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the betting columns that include Scorecast regarding first goal or any goal scorer will be examined as bets on First or Any Goal Scorer.

If a match is suspended and a goal has not been scored and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the predictions Scorecast will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the prediction of Scorecast, will be based on the result, at the final conclusion of the match.

3.21 Goal / No Goal in a football match (or in a certain half or part of it)

You are asked to predict if both teams will score ("Goal") in a football match (or in a certain half or part of it), or any one of the two teams or both teams will not score ("No Goal") in a football match (or in a certain half or part of it).

The team or the teams that scored are the ones the Organiser officially announces, based on the result produced at the end of regular time of the match or of a half or part of it.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for "Goal / No Goal" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after both teams have scored and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Goal / No Goal in a football match (or in a certain half or part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type "Goal / No Goal in a football match (or in a certain half or part of it)" will be determined according to the result, at the final conclusion of the match.

3.22 Total goals Odd or Even in a football match (or in a certain half of it)

You are asked to predict if the total number of goals scored in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be an odd or an even number.

The total number of goals scored in a football match (or in a certain half of it) is the sum of goals scored by both teams as officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a match (or in a certain half of it). Score 0-0 will be considered as an even number of goals.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on "Total goals Odd or Even in a football (or in a certain half of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match was suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type

"Total goals Odd or Even in a football (or in a certain half of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for "Total goals Odd or Even in a football (or in a certain half of it)" will be will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.23 Half with most goals scored by both teams or by one of the two teams in a football match

You are asked to predict the half with most goals scored either by both teams or by one of the two teams in a football match.

The goals scored in each half by both teams or the goals scored by each one of the two teams are the ones scored during the regular duration of each half, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published then in all these circumstances your bets on this bet type will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on this bet type will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an

outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the then the winning outcome for this type of bet, will be based on the result, at the final conclusion of the match.

3.24 "Final result" combined with "Under-Over" in a football match

You are asked to make a prediction of the final outcome of a certain football match combined with the prediction of the goals to be scored "Under" or "Over" a specified limit published in the Programme.

The officially announced by the Organiser final result will be considered the final result of the match. This is based on the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match. There is a possibility the final result can be the result after extra time or the result after a penalty shoot-out. If this is the case it will be stated in the Programme. In certain particular circumstances, for which the Organiser may feel that there are special reasons, this type of bet can be re-offered separately for the remaining duration of a match, in case of suspension. In this case it will be announced in any possible way.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the final result combined with "Under-Over" in a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day

from the date stated in the Programme then your bets on the final result combined with "Under-Over" in a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.25 "Home or Draw or Away no Bet" in a football match (or in a certain half of it)

You are asked to predict if a football match (or of a certain half of it) will end with a "Home no Bet" result (i.e. an Away win or a Draw) or with a "Draw no Bet" result (i.e. a Home win or an Away win) or with an "Away no Bet" result (i.e. a Home win or Draw).

The final result is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match (or of a certain half of it), including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home or Draw or Away no Bet" in a football match (or in a certain half of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the match (or in a certain half of it) has ended as a Draw, then all your bets on the "Draw No Bet" bet type will be given odds of one (1.00). If the match (or in a certain half of it) has ended as a Home win, then all your bets on the "Home No Bet" bet type will be given odds of one (1.00). If the match (or in a certain half of it) has ended as an Away win, then all your bets on the "Away No Bet" bet type will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended before the end of the first half and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's

local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home or Draw or Away no Bet" in a football match (or in a certain half of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended before the start of the second half but after the first half has been completed, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home or Draw or Away no Bet" in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended during the second half of the match and the rest of the match is not played (in the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home or Draw or Away no Bet" in a football match (or in a certain half of it)" will be determined according to the result at the time of suspension will be considered as final.

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home or Draw or Away no Bet" in a football match (or in a certain half of it)" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.26 "Home win to Zero" or "Away win to Zero" in a football match

You are asked to predict if a football match will end as a "Home" win or as an "Away" win without any goal being scored by the opposing team.

The final result is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there are changes or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home win to Zero" or "Away win to Zero" in a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home win to Zero" or "Away win to Zero" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home win to Zero" or "Away win to Zero" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.27 "Race to two goals" or "Race to three goals" in a football match (or in a certain half of it)

You are asked to predict the team which will first score two goals ("Race to two goals") or to predict the team which will first score three goals ("Race to three goals") in a football match (or of a certain half of it).

The result regarding the team which first will score two goals ("Race to two goals") or the team which first will score three goals are the ones the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match (or of a certain half of it), including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Race to two goals" or "Race to three goals" in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Race to two goals" or "Race to three goals" in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Race to two goals" or "Race to three goals" in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.28 "Scoring Draw" in a football match (or in a certain half of it)

You are asked to predict if the result of a football match (or of a certain half of it) will be a draw with goals.

The result of the match (or of a certain half of it) is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the match (or of a certain half of it), including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Scoring Draw" in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Scoring Draw" in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Scoring Draw" in a football match (or in a certain half of it) will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.29 "Team to win 1st half or to win the football match" or "Team to win 1st half or 2nd half of a football match"

You are asked to predict if a certain team will win either 1st half or the entire football match. You are also asked to predict if a certain team will win either 1st or 2nd half of a football match.

The winner of the 1st half, as well the winner of the 2nd half and also the winner of the entire football match are the ones the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of the 1st half and at the end of the regular time of the 2nd half of the match, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Team to win 1st half or to win the football match or Team to win 1st half or 2nd half of a football match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Team to win 1st half or to win the football match or Team to win 1st half or 2nd half of a football match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the current week from the date stated in the Programme next day then the winning outcome for the bet type "Team to win 1st half or to win the football match or Team to win 1st half or 2nd half of a football match" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.30 "Home Team to score in both halves" or "Away Team to score in both halves" of a football match

You are asked to predict if a certain team will score in both halves of a football match.

The team that scores in both halves of a football match is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of the 1st half and at the end of the regular time of the 2nd half of the match, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home Team to score in both halves" or "Away Team to score in both halves" of a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home Team to score in both halves" or "Away Team to score in both halves" of a football match will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home Team to score in both halves" or "Away Team to score in both halves" of a football match will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.31 "Home Team to win both halves" or "Away Team to win both halves" of a football match

You are asked to predict if a certain team will win both halves of a football match.

The team that wins both halves of a football match is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of the 1st half and at the end of the regular time of the 2nd half of the match, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances to your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home Team to win both halves" or "Away Team to win both halves" of a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home Team to win both halves" or "Away Team to win both halves" of a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Home Team to win both halves" or "Away Team to win both halves" of a football match will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.32 "Team to score first" combined with "Final result" in a football match

You are asked to make a prediction of the team to score first combined with the prediction of the final outcome of a certain football match.

The official final result announced by the Organiser will be considered the final result of the match. This is based on the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match. There is a possibility, the final result can be, the result after extra time or the result after a penalty shoot-out. If this is the case it will be stated in the Programme. In certain particular circumstances, for which the Organiser may feel that there are special reasons, this type of bet can be re-offered separately for the remaining duration of a match, in case of suspension. In this case it will be announced in any possible way.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue , or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the bet type "Team to score first" combined with "Final result" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then your bets on the winning outcome of this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended, and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.33 Winning team of a football match during extra time

You are asked to predict if a team will win a football match during extra time.

The winning team is the one officially announced by the Organiser and is based on the final outcome produced during the extra time of the match.

If the result of the regular time of the match is not a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during extra time will be considered non winning.

If the result after extra time is a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during extra time will be considered non winning.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a match was suspended before the start of the second half, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning team of a football match during extra time will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended during the second half of the match, and the rest of the match is not played (in the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme, then the result at the time of suspension will be considered as final. In this case if the final result is not a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during extra time will be considered non winning, hence if the final result is a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during extra time are valid and will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended, and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the

Programme, then the valid result will be the result at the final conclusion of the match. In this case if the final result is not a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during extra time will be considered non winning, hence if the final result is a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during extra time are valid and will be judged after the conclusion of the extra time of the match.

If a match was suspended during extra time and the time left from the suspension was not played within three hours, your bets on the winning team of a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, all bets will convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.34 Winning team of a football match during penalty shoot-out

You are asked to predict if a team will win a football match after the penalty shoot-out.

The winning team is the one officially announced by the Organiser and is based on the final outcome produced during penalty shoot-out of the match.

If the result of the regular time or the extra time of the match is not a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during penalty shoot-out will be considered non winning.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme from the date stated in the Programme or if a match was suspended before the start of the second half, and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets

on the winning team of a football match during penalty shoot-out will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended during the second half of the match, and the rest of the match is not played (in the event's local time) within the current week from the date stated in the Programme (for betting purposes the current week is considered to start on Tuesday at 00:00 and end on Monday 23:59), then the result at the time of suspension will be considered as final. In this case if the final result is not a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during penalty shoot-out will be considered non winning, hence if the final result is a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during penalty shoot-out are valid and will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended, and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the result valid, will be the result at the final conclusion of the match. In this case if the final result is not a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during penalty shoot-out will be considered non winning, hence if the final result is a draw ("X"), your bets on the winning team of a football match during penalty shoot-out are valid and will be judged after the conclusion of the extra time and/or the penalty shoot-out of the match.

If a match was suspended during extra time or during penalty shoot-out and the time left from the suspension was not played within three hours, your bets on the winning team of a football match will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.35 "Win from behind" in a football match

You are asked to predict if one team will score first in a football match, while at the end of the match the opposing team will have won.

The team that scored first and the team that won the entire match are the ones the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcomes produced during the regular time of the match, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any. In certain particular circumstances, for which the Organiser may feel that there are special reasons, this type of bet can be re-offered separately for the remaining duration of a match, in case of suspension. In this case it will be announced in any possible way.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the bet type "Win from behind" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then your bets on the winning outcome of this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.36 Margin of Victory of a certain team in a football match (or of a part of it)

You are asked to predict the margin of victory i.e. the number of goals by which a certain team will win in a football match (or of a part of it).

The correct score achieved in a football match is the one that is officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of the match (or of a part of it).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Margin of Victory of a certain team in a football match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is not played (based on the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Margin of Victory of a certain team in a football match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme then the winning outcome for the bet type "Margin of Victory of a certain team in a football match" will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.37 Fixed Odds Betting Live

U*BET may also offer you the possibility to bet live during betting events, with the provision of sequential odds sets as the event advances.

In this type of bet, cancellations are not allowed. Live betting starts with the announcement, in every possible way, of starting odds and ends with the ending of

regular time of the match. The exact duration of betting is upon the Organiser's decision.

Prediction for this bet cannot be combined with any other event or type of bet, except if otherwise stated in the U*BET Programme.

The result officially announced by the Licensee will be considered the final result of the match, based on the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match, including any injury time. Extra time and penalty shoot-outs do not count for this bet.

If a match was suspended before the start of the second half and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match was not played within three (3) hours, your bets on the final result will be accepted but the odds will be one (1.00).

If a match is suspended during the second half of the match and the rest of the match is not played within three (3) hours, then the result at the time of suspension will be considered as the final result.

3.38 Final result of a basketball game

You are asked to make a prediction on the final outcome of a certain basketball game. There might be cases where you are asked to make a prediction on the final result of a certain basketball game, where there is no Draw outcome offered.

The Organiser announces in any possible way the odds or the handicaps in points for the possible outcomes. Handicaps can be decimal numbers. The Organiser reserves the right to change the handicaps at any time. Starting handicaps are published in the Programme.

The results officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final results. These are based on the final outcome produced during the regular time of the game.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the time of suspension the time left until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.39 Half-time / Full-time result of a basketball game

You are asked to make a prediction on the half-time result in combination with the final result of a basketball game.

The Organiser announces in any possible way the odds or the handicaps in points for the possible outcomes. Handicaps can be decimal numbers. The Organiser reserves the right to change the handicaps at any time. Starting handicaps are published in the Programme.

The results for half-time and full-time officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final results. These are based on the final outcome produced during the regular time of the game.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for half-time / full-time result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the time of suspension the time left until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.40 "1st or 2nd Half-time winner", "1st or 2nd or 3rd or 4th Period winner" in a basketball game

You are asked to predict which team will be the "1st or 2nd Half-time winner" or will be the "1st or 2nd or 3rd or 4th Period winner" of a basketball game.

The Organiser announces in any possible way the odds or the handicaps in points for the possible outcomes. Handicaps can be decimal numbers. The Organiser reserves the right to change the handicaps at any time. Starting handicaps are published in the Programme.

The team which won the 1st or 2nd Half-time or the team which won the 1st or 2nd or 3rd or 4th Period in a basketball game are the ones officially announced by the Organiser, according to the results produced during the regular time of the periods of the half times of the game.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the winner of the 1st or the 2nd Half-time or for the winner of the 1st or 2nd or 3rd or 4th Period in a basketball game will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.41 Total number of points scored in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain team in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain basketball player in a basketball game (or in a part of it), "Under - Over" a specified limit

You are asked to predict if the total number of points scored by both teams in a basketball game (or in a part of it) or if the total number of points scored by a certain team in a basketball game (or in a part of it) or if the total number of points scored by a certain basketball player in a basketball game (or in a part of it) is "under" or "over" a limit.

The total number of points scored by both teams in a basketball game, the total number of points scored by a certain basketball team in a basketball game (or in a part of it), the

total number of points scored by a certain player in a basketball game (or in a part of it) are the ones that officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a game (or of a part of it).

Bets for basketball players who did not take part in the game, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for "Under-Over" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.42 Total number of points scored in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain basketball team in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain player in a basketball game (or in a part of it) within a specified range

You are asked to predict if the total number of points scored by both teams in a basketball game (or in a part of it) or if the total number of points scored by a certain basketball team in a basketball game (or in a part of it) or if the total number of points scored by a certain player in a basketball game (or in a part of it) is within a range published in the Programme.

The total number of points scored by both teams in a basketball game, the total number of points scored by a certain basketball team in a basketball game (or in a part of it), the total number of points scored by a certain player in a basketball game (or in a part of it) are the ones that officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a game (or of a part of it).

Bets for basketball players who did not take part in the game, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your predictions for this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.43 Head to Head in a basketball game

You are asked to predict which two basketball players will score more points than the other in a basketball game.

The total number of points scored by a certain basketball player in a basketball game is the one that officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of a game. There might be games where extra periods played will be taken into account. If this is the case then it will be stated in the Programme.

Bets received on a basketball player who, for any reason, did not participate in the game, and then both players will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case both basketball players have scored the same amount of points, then both basketball players will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a game was suspended before the end of regulation time or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.44 Final result or exact result of a game (or of any part of it) in sports besides football, basketball, tennis - Result of non-sporting event

You are asked to predict the final or the exact result of a sports game or of a part of it. These sports games, excluding football, basketball and tennis, may refer to volleyball, handball, ice hockey, water polo or to any other sport whose results are represented in goals or points or sets or any other form of counting the score. You are asked to predict the result of a non-sporting event.

There might be games where the Organiser decides to offer a handicap on one of the two teams. If this is the case, the Organiser announces the handicaps for the possible outcomes in any possible way. Handicaps can be decimal numbers. The Organiser reserves the right to change the handicaps at any time. Starting handicaps can be published in the Programme.

The exact result of a game is the result in goals or points or sets or any other form of counting the score is the one achieved at the end of normal time of the game, if normal time is defined. Extra time or any other form of declaring a winner following extra time will not be taken into account.

The winning outcome of the non-sporting event is determined according to the regulations of the relevant organiser of the event, the results as they developed within the framework of the non-sporting event competition and as these results and announced by the organising body of the competition/event.

If the event is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a non-sporting event is finally suspended or if there is change of venue, or a change in opponent and this is after the publication of the official Programme, all these circumstances your bets for this bet type will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a sporting event was suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the event is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on this bet type will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the time of suspension an official result has been declared. The above mentioned rule is valid unless for a specific sports type there is an exception stated in "General Provisions" of the Section II of the present rules.

If a sporting event was suspended, and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this bet type will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the event.

3.45 Result of a sports event (or of any part of it), result of a non-sporting event "Under - Over" a specified limit or within a specified range or equal to a specified number value

You are asked to predict the result of a sports event or of any part of it as a total number of goals or points or sets or points rating or in any other form of counting the score. These sports games may include football, hockey, basketball, volleyball, tennis, handball, ice hockey, water polo or any other sport. You may also predict the result of a non-sporting event. Your prediction may also refer to an athlete or team regarding the result or the record that will be achieved by this athlete or team in a sports event (game, match, group, phase of a competition, competition) such as, but not limited to, the score, the finishing position, the time or any other statistical measure of the sporting or non-sporting event. The specified limits or the ranges of predictions or the number values to be equal to, are announced in the Programme.

Especially for football, the current paragraph does not cover the cases of bets on "Total number of goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it)", "Goals scored (by both teams or by a certain team) in a football match (or in a part of it) "Under - Over" a specified limit", "Goals scored in the first half of a football match "Under - Over" a specified limit", "Total number of cards (yellow or red), total

number of penalties in a football match" that are regulated in the relevant paragraphs specific for these bet types.

Also, specifically for basketball the current paragraph does not cover the cases of bets on "Total number of points scored in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain team in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain basketball player in a basketball game (or in a part of it), "Under - Over" a specified limit", "Total number of points scored in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain basketball team in a basketball game (or in a part of it), total number of points scored by a certain player in a basketball game (or in a part of it) within a specified range" that are regulated in the relevant paragraphs specific for these bet types.

Also, specifically for tennis the current paragraph does not cover the cases of bets on "Total number of games in a certain set or in the entire tennis match", "Total number of sets in a tennis match", "Will there be a Tie-break in a tennis match" "Total number of Tie-breaks in a tennis match", "Total number of games to be won by a certain tennis player in a specified set or in the entire tennis match", "Total number of games to be played in a certain set or in the entire tennis match" that are regulated in the relevant paragraphs specific for these bet types.

The winning outcome is determined according to the regulations of the relevant Organiser of the event, the results as they developed within the framework of the sports or non-sporting event competition and as these results are announced by the organising body of the competition.

Bets received on athletes or participants or teams that for whatever reason were disqualified or quit the sports or non-sporting event cannot be winning bets except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on athletes or participants or teams that for whatever reason did not participate in match, will be given odds of one (1.00). 0

If the event is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a non-sporting event is finally suspended or if there is change of venue, or a change in opponent and this is after the publication of the official Programme, all these circumstances your bets for this bet type will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a sporting event was suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the event is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on this bet type will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a sporting event was suspended, and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this bet type will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the event.

3.46 First team to score or first team to score a 3-point shot in a basketball game (or in a part of it)

You are asked to predict the team which will score first or the team which will score the first 3-point shot in a basketball game (or in a part of it).

The team that scored first the team which will score the first 3-point shot in a basketball game (or in a part of it) is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the game or of a part of it.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the bet type "First team to score or first team to score a 3-point shot in a basketball game (or in a part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended, then all your bets on the result of the bet type "First team to score or first team to score a 3-point shot in a basketball game (or in a part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.47 Total points scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a basketball game (or in a part of it) Odd or Even

You are asked to predict if the total number points scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a basketball game (or in a part of it) will be an odd or an even number.

The total number of points scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a basketball game (or in a part of it) are the sum of goals scored by both teams or the total number of points scored by a certain team as officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a game (or of a part of it).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on "Total points scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a basketball game (or in a part of it) Odd or Even" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.48 Margin of Victory of a certain team in a basketball game (or in a part of it)

You are asked to predict the margin of victory i.e. the number of points by which a certain team will win in a basketball game (or in a part of it).

The correct score achieved in a basketball game (or in a part of it) is the one that is officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of the game (or of a part of it).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Margin of Victory of a certain team in a basketball game (or in a part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.49 "First scoring play" in a basketball game (or in a part of it)

You are asked to predict the way by which the score in a basketball game will be opened (1-point or 2-point or 3-point shots).

Determining the way by which the result in a basketball game was opened, is done in accordance with the rules set down by the competition's organizing body and the results as they developed within the framework of the game and officially announced by the Organiser.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the ""First scoring play" in a basketball game (or in a part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of regular time of the game (or of a part of it), then all your bets on the result of the bet type ""First scoring play" in a basketball game (or in a part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.50 Team to score the most 3-point shots in a basketball game or in any part of it

You are asked to predict which basketball team will score the most 3-point shots in a certain basketball game or in any part of it.

There might be games where the Organiser decides to offer a handicap on one of the two teams. If this is the case, the Organiser announces in any possible way the handicaps in points for the possible outcomes. Handicap can be decimal numbers. The

Organiser reserves the right to change the handicaps at any time. Starting handicaps can be published in the Programme.

Determining the team to score the most 3-point shots in a basketball game or in any part of, is done in accordance with the rules set down by the competition's organizing body and the results as they developed within the framework of the game and officially announced by the Organiser.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Team top scorer (most 3-point shots) in a basketball game or in any part of it" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.51 Highest Scoring period (or half) in a basketball game

You are asked to predict in which period (or half) of a basketball game the most points will be scored.

The period (or the half) in which the maximum sum of points is scored is the one the Organiser officially announces and it is determined according to the final results produced at the end of regular time of the game played.

If there are two or more period (or the half) in which have scored the same number of points and this number of points is considered the maximum number of points scored for this type of bet, the odds for each of these periods (or halves) are divided by the total number of the periods (or the halves) in which scored the same number of points.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Highest Scoring period (or half) in a basketball game" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then your bets on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed). An exception is the case when the time left to be played from the time of suspension until the regular end of the game is less than five (05:00) minutes. In this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be, the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.52 "Overtime or Not" in a basketball game

You are asked to predict if after the end of the regular time of a basketball game overtime will be played or not.

The result of the game is the one officially announced by the Organiser and is based on the final outcome produced during the regular time of the match, which will determine whether overtime is played or not.

If the result of the regular time of the game is not a draw ("X"), your bets on the bet type "Overtime or Not" will be considered non winning.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Overtime or Not" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of regular time of the game, then to all your bets on the result of the bet type "Overtime or Not" will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.53 Winner of a tennis match

You are asked to predict the winner of a tennis match.

The final result of a tennis match is the result that was achieved at the end of normal time of the match and officially announced by the Organiser.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Winner of a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.54 Set betting (correct score) in a tennis match

You are asked to predict the correct score of a tennis match.

The correct result of a tennis match is the result that was achieved at the end of normal time of the match and officially announced by the Organiser.

If there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then your bets for the "Set betting (correct score) in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament or if there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Set betting (correct score) in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.55 Total games in a tennis match Odd or Even

You are asked to predict whether the total number of games in the match will be an odd or even number.

The total number of games played in a tennis match is the one that was achieved at the end of the match and officially announced by the Organiser.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Total match games in a tennis match Odd or Even" will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.56 Total number of sets in a tennis match

You are asked to predict the total number of sets that will be played in a certain tennis match.

The total number of sets played in a tennis match is the one that is officially announced by the Organiser, after the match was completed.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Total number of sets in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Total number of sets in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.57 "A tennis player to win a set" or "A tennis player not to win a set" in a tennis match

You are asked to predict whether a certain tennis player will win a set in a tennis match. You might also be asked to predict whether a certain tennis player will not win a set in a tennis match.

The tennis player who won the set is the one that is officially announced by the Organiser, after the set was completed.

If there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then your bets for the "A tennis player to win a set" or "A tennis player not to win a set" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is

suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "A tennis player to win a set" or "A tennis player not to win a set" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.58 "Will there be a tie-break or not" in a tennis match

You are asked to predict whether or not there will be a tie-break in a certain tennis match.

The Organiser officially announces if there was or not a tie-break in a certain tennis match.

If there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then your bets for the ""Will there be a Tie-break or not" in a tennis" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Will there be a Tie-break or not" in a tennis match will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

In case there are twelve (12) completed games in a certain set with a score at 6-6 and the set is not completed, a tie-break is considered to have been played. 0

3.59 Total number of tie-breaks in a tennis match

You are asked to predict the total number of tie-breaks that will be played in a certain tennis match.

The total number of tie-breaks played in a tennis match is the one that is officially announced by the Organiser.

If there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then your bets for the "Total number of tie-breaks in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Total number of tie-breaks in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

In case there are twelve (12) completed games in a certain set with a score at 6-6 and the set is not completed, a tie-break is considered to have been played.

3.60 Winner of a certain set in a tennis match

You are asked to predict the tennis player that will win a certain set in a tennis match.

The winner of a certain set of a tennis match is the one that officially announced by the Organiser after the set was completed.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Winner of a certain set in a tennis match" will be 1

given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.61 Correct score of a certain set in a tennis match

You are asked to predict the correct score of a certain set in a tennis match.

The correct result of a tennis match is the result that was achieved at the end of the set and officially announced by the Organiser.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Correct score of a certain set in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00), ), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.62 Total number of games in a certain set or in the entire tennis match

You are asked to predict if the total number of games will be played in a certain set or in the entire tennis match will be either within a range or will be "Under" or "Over" a specified limit or will be equal to a number value.

The total number of games played in a certain set of a tennis match is the one that officially announced by the Organiser after the set is completed. The total number of games played in a tennis match is the one that officially announced by the Organiser after the match was completed.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Total number of games in a certain set or in the

entire tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.63 Total number of games to be won by a certain tennis player in a specified set or in the entire tennis match

You are asked to predict if the total number of games that will be won by a certain tennis player in a specified set or in the entire tennis match, will be either "Under" or "Over" a specified limit or will be equal to a number value.

The total number of games won by a certain tennis player in a specified set of a tennis match is the one that is officially announced by the Organiser, after the set is completed. The total number of games played in a tennis match is the one that officially announced by the Organiser, after the match is completed.

If this type of bet is played for the entire tennis match and if there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then your bets for the "Total number of games to be won by a certain tennis player in the entire tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Total number of games to be won by a certain tennis player in a specified set or in the entire tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.64 1st or the 2nd service game in a certain set of a tennis match

You are asked to predict which tennis player will serve and which tennis player will win the 1st or the 2nd service game in a certain set in a tennis match.

The winner and the server of the 1st or the 2nd service game of a certain set in a tennis match are the ones that officially announced by the Organiser after the corresponding game is completed.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Winner of the 1st or the 2nd service game in certain set in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.65 Winner of a certain game or winner of the next game in a set of a tennis match

You are asked to predict the tennis player that will win a certain game or the next game in a specified set of a tennis match.

The winner of a certain game in a specified set of a tennis match is the one that officially announced by the Organiser after the game was completed.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Winner of a certain game or winner of the next game in a set of a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.66 Total games in a certain set of a tennis match Odd or Even

You are asked to predict whether the total number of games in a certain set of a tennis match will be an odd or even number.

The total number of games played in a certain set of a tennis match are the ones that were achieved at the end of the set and officially announced by the Organiser.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Total games in a certain set of a tennis match Odd or Even" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.67 Total number of games to be played in a certain set or in the entire tennis match

You are asked to predict if the total number of games to be played in a certain set or in the entire tennis match will be either within a range or "Under" or "Over" a specified limit.

The total number of games that were played in a certain set of a tennis match are the ones that are officially announced by the Organiser after the set is completed. The total number of games played in a tennis match are the ones that are officially announced by the Organiser after the match is completed.

If this type of bet is played for the entire tennis match and if there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, then your bets for the "Total number of games to be played in the entire tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all

these circumstances your bets for the "Total number of games to be played in a certain set or in the entire tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

3.68 Winner of the most games in a tennis match

You are asked to predict the tennis player that will win the most games in a tennis match.

It is within the Organiser's discretion to offer this type of bet with handicaps.

The total number of games that were won by a certain player in a tennis match are the ones that are officially announced by the Organiser, after the match is completed.

If there is a change in the total number of sets played from the one originally designated, bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is played (in the event's local time) is beyond the ending date of the tournament or if the match is suspended and not completed within the time framework of the tournament, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Winner of the most games in a tennis match" will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.69 Total goals, sets, points etc scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a game (or in a part of it) in sports - besides football, basketball, tennis - Odd or Even

You are asked to predict if the total number of goals, sets, points, etc. scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a sports game (or in a part of it) will be an odd or an even number. The result of a sports event or of any part of it will be presented as a total number of goals or points or sets or points rating or in any other form of counting the score. These sports games, excluding football, basketball and tennis, may refer to sports such as, but not limited to volleyball, handball, ice hockey, water polo or to any

other sport whose results are represented in goals or sets or any other form of counting the score.

The total number of goals, sets, points, etc. scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a sports game (or in a part of it) are the sum of goals, sets, points, etc. scored by both teams or the total number of goals, sets, points, etc. scored by a certain team as officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of a game (or of a part of it).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on "Total goals, sets, points etc scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a game (or in a part of it) in sports - besides football, basketball, tennis - Odd or Even" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of regular time of the game (or of a part of it), and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Total goals, sets, points etc scored by both teams (or by a certain team) in a game (or in a part of it) in sports - besides football, basketball, tennis - Odd or Even" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.70 Half-Time / Full-Time of a sports game besides football and basketball

You are asked to predict the half-time result of a sports game in combination with the final result of the same game. These sports games, excluding football, basketball and american football, may refer to sports such as, but not limited to handball, water polo or to any other sport that is played in two halves.

The half-time/full-time results officially announced by the Organiser will be the ones that are based on the result at half time and the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the game.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on "Half-Time / Full- Time of a sports game besides football and basketball" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of regular time of the game (or of a part of it), and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Half-Time / Full- Time of a sports game besides football and basketball" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.71 First/Next/Last team to score in a sports game (or in a certain part of it) besides football, basketball and tennis

You are asked to predict the team to score the first or next or last in a sports game (or in a certain half of it). These sports games, excluding football, basketball and tennis, may refer to sports such as, but not limited to volleyball, handball, ice hockey, water polo or to any other sport.

The team that scored first or next or last is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the game or of a certain part of it.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your predictions for this bet will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of regular time of the game (or of a part of it), and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then all your bets on the result of the bet type "First/Next/Last team to score in a sports game (or in a certain part of it) besides football, basketball and tennis" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.72 Time of first or last goal, point etc in a sports game besides football and basketball

You are asked to predict the range of times the first or last goal or point or etc will be scored in a sports game. These sports games, excluding football and basketball, may refer to sports such as, but not limited to volleyball, handball, ice hockey, water polo or to any other sport. Also, you might be asked to predict if the time of first or last goal or point or etc will be scored in a sports game is "Under" or "Over" a specified time limit stated in the Programme.

The first or last goals or points, etc., scored are the ones scored during the regular time of the game, including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of the regular time of the game and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Time of first or last goal, point etc in a sports game besides football and basketball" will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed).

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match. 0

3.73 Highest Scoring period (or half or any other part) in a sports game besides football and basketball

You are asked to predict in which period (or half or any part of it) of a sports game the most goals or points etc will be scored. These sports games, excluding football and basketball, may refer to sports such as, but not limited to volleyball, handball, ice hockey, water polo or to any other sport.

The period (or the half or any part of the game) in which the maximum sum of goals, points etc are scored is the one the Organiser officially announces and it is determined according to the final results produced at the end of regular time of the game played.

If there are two or more period (or halves or any part of the game) in which the same number of goals, points etc have been scored and this number of goals, points etc is considered the maximum number of goals, points etc scored for this type of bet, the odds for each of these periods (or halves or any part of the game) are divided by the total number of the periods (or halves) in which the same number of goals, points etc have been scored.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Highest Scoring period (or half or any other part) in a in a sports game besides football and basketball" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of the regular time of the game and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Highest Scoring period (or half or any other part) in a in a sports game besides football and basketball" will be given odds of one (1.00). 1

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.74 Margin of Victory of a certain team in a sports game (or in a part of it) besides football and basketball

You are asked to predict the margin of victory i.e. to predict if the number of goals, points etc by which a certain team will win in a sports game (or in a part of it) is either equal to a number value or is within a specified range. These sports games, excluding football and basketball, may refer to sports such as, but not limited to volleyball, handball, ice hockey, water polo or to any other sport.

The correct score achieved in the sports game (or in a part of it) is the one that is officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of the regular time of the game (or of a part of it).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is a change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the "Margin of Victory of a certain team in a sports game (or in a part of it) besides football and basketball" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of the regular time of the game and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Margin of Victory of a certain team in a sports game (or in a part of it) besides football and basketball" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match. 2

3.75 "Draw no Bet" in a sports game (or in a certain part of it) besides football

You are asked to predict if a sports game (or of a certain half of it) will end with a "Draw no Bet" result i.e. a Home win or an Away win. These sports games, excluding football, may refer to sports such as, but not limited to handball, water polo or to any other sport.

The final result is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the game (or of a certain part of it), including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type ""Draw no Bet" in a sports game (or in a certain part of it) besides football" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of the regular time of the game and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then all your bets on the result of the bet type ""Draw no Bet" in a sports game (or in a certain part of it) besides football" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.76 "Extra Points" needed for the completion of a certain set in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis

You are asked to predict whether extra points will be needed for the completion of a certain set, more than the minimum required for a winner to be determined (e.g. 26 or more for volleyball sets first to fourth, 16 or more for a volleyball tie break set, 12 or more for a table tennis set etc). These sports games, excluding football, basketball and tennis may refer to any other sport that is played in sets.

The Organiser officially announces whether extra points were needed for the completion of a certain set, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the set.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Extra Points" needed for the completion of a certain set in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended before the end of the regular time of the game and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then all your bets on the result of the bet type "Extra Points" needed for the completion of a certain set in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

If according to the current score extra points are required in order for a winner to be determined (i.e. current score 24-24 in a volleyball set, or 10-10 in a table tennis set) and the set is not completed extra points are considered to have been played.

3.77 "Race to a certain number of goals/points etc" in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis (or in a certain part of it)

You are asked to predict the team which first will score a certain number of goals or points or any other statistical measure of the score in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis (or in a certain part of it).

The result regarding the team which first will score a certain number of goals or points or any other statistical measure of the score is the one the Organiser officially announces, based on the outcome produced at the end of regular time of the sports game (or of a certain part of it), including time added on by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages, if any.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Race to a certain number of goals/points etc" in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis (or in a certain part of it)" will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then in all these circumstances your bets on the winning outcome of the bet type "Race to a certain number of goals/points etc" in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis (or in a certain part of it) will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for the bet type on the winning outcome of the bet type "Race to a certain number of

goals/points etc" in a sports game besides football, basketball and tennis (or in a certain part of it) will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.78 Winner of a football competition

You are asked to predict which team, will come first in a certain football competition or who will be the winner in the semi-finals of a football competition or the winner of certain qualifying phases (i.e. group phase or other) of a football competition.

Determining the winner of the competition or the winner of the semi-final or the winner of a certain round of a competition is in accordance with the rules for the competition as organized by the governing body of the competition. This is irrespective of how this competition is decided, be it points rating, finals (including possible over time, or a possible penalty shoot-out), a playoff game to qualify, or a draw.

Bets received on a team that for whatever reason was disqualified or quit the competition, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on a team that for any reason did not participate in competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, all bets will convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.79 Participants in the final of a football competition

You are asked to predict the teams that will get to the final of a certain football competition.

In determining the pair of teams to reach the final the decision is in accordance with the rules for the competition as organized by the governing body of the competition. This is irrespective of how these teams reached the final, which can include a penalty shoot-out.

Bets received on a team that for whatever reason was disqualified or quit the competition, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on a team that for any reason did not participate in competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, all bets will convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.80 Top scorer of a football competition - Team top scorer

You are asked to predict which football player will score the most goals in a certain football competition or in any part of it. You may also predict which football player among the players of one team or among a group of teams or players will score the most goals in a certain football competition or in any part of it.

Determining the top scorer or the team top scorer or the top scorer among a group of teams or players in a certain competition or in a part of it is done in accordance with the rules set down by the competition's organizing body and the results as they developed within the framework of the competition, unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

When determining the top scorer or the team top scorer or the top scorer among a group of teams or players in a certain competition or in a part of it, the goals scored during possible over-time are included, but the goals scored in penalty shoot-outs are not taken into account.

Bets received on football players who did not participate in the competition will not be considered as winning.

Bets received on football players whose team was disqualified from the competition, will not be considered as winning.

If the competition is cancelled, any prediction for top scorer will be given odds of one (1.00).

If there are two or more players that have scored the same number of goals and are considered top scorers or the team top scorers or the top scorer among a group of teams or players in a certain competition or in a part of it, the odds for each of them is divided by the total number of top scorers.

3.81 Group in which the most goals scored

You are asked to predict, from a specified number of groups, in which group of football teams the most goals will be scored.

The group in which the maximum sum of goals is scored is the one the Organiser officially announces and it is determined according to the final results produced at the end of regular time of all matches played by the football teams participating in each group.

If there are two or more groups in which the same number of goals has been scored and this number of goals is considered the maximum number of goals scored for this type of bet, the odds for each of these groups are divided by the total number of the groups in which the same number of goals has been scored.

If the competition is cancelled, any prediction for the group in which the maximum numbers of goals scored will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.82 Round of a football competition, at which a team will be knocked out or was disqualified

You are asked to predict the round of a football competition, at which a certain football team will be knocked out or for whatever reason was disqualified.

Determining the round of the competition at which a certain football team was knocked out or disqualified is in accordance with the rules the competition is organized by the governing body of the competition. This is irrespective of how this competition is decided, be it points rating, finals (including possible over time, or a possible penalty shoot-out), a playoff game to qualify, or a draw.

Bets received on a team that for any reason did not participate in competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, all bets will convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.83 Winner of a basketball competition/Winner of the semi-final of a basketball competition/Winner of a group in a basketball competition

You are asked to predict which team will come first in a certain basketball competition or who will be the winner in the semi-finals of a basketball competition or the group winner of certain qualifying phases of a basketball competition.

Determining the winner of the competition or the winner of the semi-final or the winner of a certain round of a competition is in accordance with the rules for the competition as organized by the governing body of the competition. This is irrespective of how this competition is decided, be it points rating, finals (including possible over time), a playoff game to qualify, or a draw.

Bets received on a team that for whatever reason was disqualified or quit the competition, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on a team that for any reason did not participate in competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, all bets will convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.84 Participants in the final of a basketball competition

You are asked to predict the teams that will get to the final of a certain basketball competition.

In determining the pair of teams to reach the final the decision is in accordance with the rules for the competition as organized by the governing body of the competition. This is irrespective of how these teams reach the final, which can include extra time.

Bets received on a team that for whatever reason was disqualified or quit the competition, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on a team that for any reason did not participate in competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, all bets will convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.85 Top scorer or Best rebounder or Player with the most assists of a basketball competition or in any part of it - Team top scorer or Team Best rebounder or Player with the most assists among the players of one team

You are asked to predict which basketball player will score the most points or will gain the most rebounds or will make the most assists in a certain basketball competition or in any part of it. You may also predict which basketball player among the players of one team or among a group of teams or players will score the most points or will gain the 0

most rebounds or will make the most assists in a certain basketball competition or in any part of it.

Determining the top scorer or the best rebounder or the player with the most assists or the team top scorer or team best rebounder or player with the most assists among the players of one team or among a group of teams or players in a certain competition or in any part of it is done in accordance with the rules set down by the competition's organizing body, unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

When determining the top scorer or the best rebounder or the player with the most assists or the team top scorer or team best rebounder or player with the most assists among the players of one team or among a group of teams or players in a certain competition or in any part of it, the points scored during possible over-time are included.

Bets received on basketball players who did not participate in the entire competition for which bets have been received, will not be considered as winning.

Bets received for a certain basketball game on a basketball player who was not included in the team's roster (i.e. he is not "suited up") will be given odds of one (1.00) since the mentioned basketball player is considered that he did not take part in the game.

Bets received on basketball players whose team was disqualified from the competition, will not be considered as winning.

If the competition is cancelled, any prediction for top scorer or best rebounder or the player with the most assists or any prediction for Team top scorer or Team Best rebounder or Player with the most assists among the players of one team or among a group of teams or players will be given odds of one (1.00).

If there are two or more players that have scored the same amount of points or rebounds or assists and are considered top scorers or best rebounders or players with the most assists or team top scorers or team best rebounders or players with the most 1

assists among the players of one team or among a group of teams or players in a certain competition or in a part of it, the odds for each of them are divided by the total number of top scorers or total number of best rebounders or total number of players with the most assists or total number of team top scorers or total number of team best rebounder or total number of players with the most assists among the players of one team.

3.86 The winning driver in a Formula One or Moto GP Pole position race or a Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally

You are asked to predict which driver will take first place in a Formula One Grand Prix or Moto GP Pole position race or a Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally.

The drivers' finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position will be done on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. In case there is more than one driver sharing first place (as winners), then the odds for them will be divided by the number of drivers that were winners. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this example, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver which may change the finishing positions.

Starting time of a Grand Prix Formula One or Moto GP race is considered the starting time of the warm-up lap from the moment the driver takes up his position in the Grid. Thus any driver that takes up a position for the warm-up lap is considered to have taken part in the race. Bets received for any driver who for whatever reason did not participate in the race will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case a race is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme 2

3.87 First and second place in a Formula One or Moto GP Pole position race / First and second place in a Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally

You are asked to predict which drivers, will be in first and second place in a Formula One or Moto GP Pole position race or a Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally.

The drivers finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position will be done on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. In case there is more than one driver sharing the same place, this resulting in more than one pair of first and second drivers, the odds for the pair will be divided by the total number of pairs. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver, which may change the finishing positions.

Bets received on a pair of drivers who, for any reason, did not participate in a competition for pole position, will be given odds of one (1.00).

Starting time of a Grand Prix Formula One or Moto GP race is considered the starting time of the warm-up lap from the moment the driver takes up his position in the Grid. Thus any driver that takes up a position for the warm-up lap is considered to have taken part in the race. Bets received for any driver who, for whatever reason, did not participate in the race, will be given odds of one (1.00).

A race that is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme. 3

3.88 Head to Head in a Formula One or Moto GP Pole position race

You are asked to predict which one between two drivers, will finish in a better position than the other in a Formula One or Moto GP Pole position race.

The drivers' finishing positions are the positions that are announced by the organiser.

After the announcement of official results, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver, which may change the results.

In case one driver of the pair is not classified based on the time achieved, the prediction for this driver will be considered losing, while the prediction for the other driver will be considered winning.

In case both drivers are not classified, then both drivers will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case one driver of the pair did not participate in the competition for Pole position then both drivers will be given odds of one (1.00).

A race that is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

3.89 Head to Head in a Formula One or in a Moto GP Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally

You are asked to predict which one between two drivers, will finish in a better position than the other in a Formula One or in a Moto GP Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally.

The drivers' finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position will be done on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing

positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver, which may change the finishing positions.

In case one driver of the pair is not classified based on the time achieved, the prediction for this driver will be considered losing, while the prediction for the other driver will be considered winning.

In case both drivers are not classified, the winner will be considered the driver which completed more laps. In case both drivers have completed the same total number of laps, then both drivers will be given odds of one (1.00).

Starting time of a Grand Prix Formula One or Moto GP race is considered the starting time of the warm-up lap from the moment the driver takes up his position in the Grid. Thus any driver that takes up a position for the warm-up lap is considered to have taken part in the race. In case one of the drivers of the pair for whatever reason did not participate in the race, both drivers will given odds of one (1.00).

A race that is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

3.90 Placing of a driver in first two positions (or in first three, or in first four, or in first six, or in first eight) positions in a Formula One or Moto GP Pole position race or in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally

You are asked to predict if a driver will be placed in one of first two positions (or of first three or first four first six or first eight positions) in a Formula One or Moto GP Pole position race or in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race or in a WRC rally.

The drivers' finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position

will be done on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver, which may change the finishing positions.

In the instance where more than one driver finishes simultaneously in a prize winning position for this type of bet and if the total number of the winning drivers is greater than the expected one, then the odds of each driver is multiplied by a fraction. The numerator of this fraction will be the total number of events (drivers) that have yet to be paid in order to complete the number of positions payable, while the denominator of the fraction will consist of the number of drivers that finished simultaneously in the same position.

Bets received on a driver who for any reason did not participate in a competition for pole position will be given odds of one (1.00).

Starting time of a Grand Prix Formula One or Moto GP race is considered the starting time of the warm-up lap from the moment the driver takes up his position in the Grid. Thus any driver that takes up a position for the warm-up lap is considered to have taken part in the race. Bets received for any driver who participated in the competition for pole position, but for whatever reason did not participate in the race will not be considered as winning.

A race that is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

3.91 The winning driver of the Formula One or Moto GP World Championship or WRC

You are asked to predict which driver or team will occupy first place in the Formula One or Moto GP World Championship or WRC.

The winning drivers or teams are the official winners announced by the Organiser irrespective of how the winning positions are determined.

Bets received on a driver or team who for whatever reason was disqualified or withdrew from the competition, are not winning bets unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received for any driver or team who for whatever reason did not participate in the entire competition will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the Championship is cancelled all bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.92 First driver to retire in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race

You are asked to predict which driver will retire first in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race.

The drivers' finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position will be done on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this example, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver which may change the finishing positions.

In case two or more drivers simultaneously withdraw from the race then the odds of each one is divided by the number of drivers that withdrew simultaneously. Two or more drivers that did not classify are considered to have withdrawn simultaneously if they have completed the same number of laps in the Grand prix race, irrespective of the total

distance they achieved and irrespective of the withdrawal time and/or the position they occupied at the time of withdrawal.

Starting time of a Grand Prix Formula One or Moto GP race is considered the starting time of the warm-up lap from the moment the driver takes up his position in the Grid. Thus any driver that takes up a position for the warm-up lap is considered to have taken part in the race. Bets received for any driver who for whatever reason did not participate in the race will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case a race is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

3.93 Group betting in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race

You are asked to predict which driver among the drivers offered in the group will finish a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race in a better position than the other drivers from the group.

The drivers' finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position will be done on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this example, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver which may change the finishing positions.

In the case where none of the drivers in the group classify, the winner is considered the driver who has completed the most laps. If two or more drivers have not qualified and have completed the same number of laps then the odds for each one is divided by the number of drivers who have completed the same number of laps. If all drivers have completed the same number of laps, then they all receive odds of one (1.00).

Starting time of a Grand Prix Formula One or Moto GP race is considered the starting time of the warm-up lap from the moment the driver takes up his position in the Grid. Thus any driver that takes up a position for the warm-up lap is considered to have taken part in the race. Bets received for any driver who for whatever reason did not participate in the race, then all choices for the group which this driver is in, will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case a race is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

3.94 Fastest Lap in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race

You are asked to predict the driver that drives the fastest lap in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race.

The fastest lap in a Formula One or Moto GP Grand Prix race is defined on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. After the announcement of official results, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this example, is the decision to disqualify a certain driver which may change the official results.

Starting time of a Grand Prix Formula One or Moto GP race is considered the starting time of the warm-up lap from the moment the driver takes up his position in the Grid. Thus any driver that takes up a position for the warm-up lap is considered to have taken part in the race. Bets received for any driver who for whatever reason did not participate in the race will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case a race is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

3.95 Number of wins per driver or team in the Formula One or Moto GP World Championship

You are asked to predict the number of wins which a driver or team will have during the Formula One or Moto GP World Championship.

The number of wins per driver or team is the number of wins officially announced by the Organiser at the end of the Championship.

Bets received on a driver or team who for whatever reason was disqualified or withdrew from the competition, are not winning bets unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received for any driver or team who for whatever reason did not participate in the entire competition will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the Championship is cancelled all bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.96 Choosing a winning athlete, participant or contestant or team

You are asked to predict the winning athlete, participant or contestant or team in a competition such as, but not limited to tennis, handball, volleyball water polo, beauty or song contests etc., or part of it.

The winning athlete, participant or contestant or team of the competition or part of it, is determined according to the regulations of the relevant organiser of the competition, and the results as they developed within the framework of the competition, irrespective of how this competition is decided, be it but not limited to, points rating, finals (including possible over time, or a possible penalty shoot-out), playoff game or games, or a draw.

Bets received on an athlete, participant or contestant or team that for whatever reason was disqualified or quit the competition, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme. 0

Bets received on an athlete, participant or contestant or team that for any reason did not participate in competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is cancelled for whatever reason, all bets will convert to odds of one (1.00).

3.97 Participants (athletes or team or contestants) in a competition or part of it

You are asked to predict which athletes or teams, participants or contestants will participate in a specific sports or non-sporting competition such as, but not limited to, tennis, handball, volleyball water polo, beauty or song contests etc., or part of it. Under the conditions mentioned in the present paragraph, you may also predict which athletes or teams, participants or contestants will not participate in a specific sports or non-sporting competition or part of it.

Qualification or not of athletes or teams, participants or contestants of a specific competition or part of it is determined according to the regulations of the relevant organiser of the competition and the results as they developed within the framework of the competition, irrespective of how these athletes or teams, participants or contestants qualified, which can include extra time or a penalty shoot-out.

Bets received on athletes or teams, participants or contestants that for whatever reason, were disqualified or quit the competition or part of it, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on athletes or teams, participants or contestants that for whatever reason did not participate in the competition will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is suspended for whatever reason, any predictions for this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00) unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the competition was continued and completed). 1

3.98 Group from which the winner of a competition will come from

You are asked to predict, from a specified number of groups, the group from which the winner of a competition will come from.

The group, from which the winner of a competition will come from, is the one the Organiser officially announces and it is determined in accordance with the rules of the competition.

If the competition is cancelled, any prediction for this type of bet, will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.99 Athlete or team that wins the highest number of medals, the highest number of wins, the highest number of points in a competition

You are asked to predict the athlete or team that will collect the highest total number of medals or the highest number of medals for a certain category, or the highest number of wins or the highest number of points, in a competition (the entire competition or a part of it in one or more sports or disciplines) such as, but not limited to, tennis, handball, volleyball water polo competition, Olympic games, motorsport competition etc.

The results of the athlete or team in the competition (the entire competition or a part of it in one or more sports or disciplines) is determined according to the regulations of the relevant organiser of the competition, and the results as they developed within the framework of the competition. In case there is more than one athlete or team sharing the same number of medals or the same number of medals of a certain category, the same number of wins, or the same number of points, this resulting in more than one winning outcomes, the odds for each one of the athletes or the teams sharing the same number of medals or the same number of medals of a certain category, or the same number of wins, or the same number of points, will be divided by the total number of the athletes or the teams sharing the same number of medals or the same number of medals of a certain category, the same number of wins, or the same number of points. 2

Bets received on an athlete or a team that for whatever reason was disqualified or quit the competition, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on an athlete or a team that for any reason did not participate in the competition will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is suspended for whatever reason, any prediction for this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00) unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the competition was continued and completed).

3.100 Placing of a team or of a participant in a certain position or in a range of positions or in a qualifying position in a sport or non-sporting competition or in a certain stage of it

You are asked to predict if a team or a participant will be placed in a certain position (i.e. team to be placed in the 1st position) or in a range of positions (i.e. team to be placed in one of position 4-6) or in a qualifying position (i.e. team to be placed in one of position 1-2 in the group and qualified in the next round, positions 1 and 2 are qualifying positions) in a sports or non-sporting competition or in a certain stage of it.

The teams or participants' finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position held will be on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this, is the decision to disqualify a certain participant which may change the finishing positions.

The teams or participants' finishing positions are the positions that are determined according to the results officially announced by the organizer of the competition and the regulations applied by the organising body of the competition. 3

The number of qualifying positions in a certain stage of a competition (i.e. in the group phase) is decided by the organising body of the competition and at Organiser's discretion can be announced in the Programme.

Bets received on a team or a participant that for whatever reason was disqualified or quit the competition, cannot be winning bets, except if otherwise stated in the Programme.

If for whatever reason a team or a participant did not participate in the competition, your bets on this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the competition is suspended for whatever reason, any prediction for this type of bet will be given odds of one (1.00) unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the competition was continued and completed).

3.101 Placing of an athlete in the first two positions (or in the first three, or in the first four, or in the first six, or in the first eight) positions in an athletics (track and field) race

You are asked to predict if an athlete will be placed in one of the first two positions (or in the first three, or in the first four, or in the first six, or in the first eight) positions in an athletics (track and field) race.

The athletes finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position will be decided on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any changes that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this, is the decision to disqualify a certain athlete, which may change the finishing positions.

In the instance where more than one athlete finishes simultaneously in a prize winning position for this type of bet and if the total number of the winning athletes is greater than 4

the expected one, then the odds of each athlete is multiplied by a fraction. The numerator of this fraction will be the total number of events (athletes) that have yet to be paid in order to complete the number of positions payable, while the denominator of the fraction will consist of the number of athletes that finished simultaneously in the same position.

Bets received on an athlete who for any reason did not participate in a competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

Starting time of an athletics (track and field) race is considered the first qualifying race of the event. Thus any athlete that takes up a position for the first qualifying race of the event is considered to have taken part in the race. Bets received for any athlete who participated in the first qualifying race of the event, but for whatever reason did not participate in the final race of the event will not be considered as winning.

A race that is cancelled, postponed or suspended, and is not held within 36 hours, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

3.102 Group Betting

You are asked to predict which outcome (team, athlete etc) among the ones offered in a group, will finish in a better position than the other possible outcomes from this group in a certain competition or part of it.

The finishing positions for the offered outcomes are the ones announced by the Organiser, based on the official information from the organising body of the competition. After the announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration. An example, and not limited to just this example, is the decision to disqualify an outcome (athlete or team etc.) which may change the finishing positions.

In the case where the winning outcomes are more than one, then the odds for each one are divided by the number of the winning outcomes.

In the case where there are bets received for an outcome which for whatever reason did not participate in the competition or in a part of it, then all choices for the group which this outcome is in, will be given odds of one (1.00).

Bets received for any outcome which for whatever reason did not qualify or quit the competition, are considered as non winning bets.

In case the competition is cancelled, postponed or suspended indefinitely without any winning outcome, all predictions concerning this bet, will be given odds of one (1.00), unless otherwise stated in the Programme. If at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the competition was continued and completed), then this outcome will be considered as winning.

3.103 Final result of a match in American football

You are asked to make a prediction on the final outcome of a certain match in American football (matches that are organised by national league and the college association).

A match of American football can be offered by the Organiser with an advantage of points in favour of one of the two teams, which is announced in any possible way. Starting advantages are published in the Programme. Winning advantages are ones that are valid at the moment of validation by the Sports Betting Engine.

The results officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final results. These are based on the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match, overtime included. If after overtime the match result is a "Draw", then all bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond within the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a match was suspended before 55 minutes of play are completed and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, or if there are changes in venue or replacements regarding which team is the home and which is the away team, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after 55 minutes of play are completed and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension, unless at the moment of suspension the score was a "Draw", then your bets for the final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the result valid, will be the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.104 Half-Time / Full-Time result of a match in American football

You are asked to predict the half-time result of a match in American football in combination with the final result of the same match.

The half-time/full-time results officially announced by the Organiser will be the ones that are based on the result at half time and the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the match, overtime is not included.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond within the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a match was suspended before 55 minutes of play are completed and

the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, or if there are changes in venue or replacements regarding which team is the home and which is the away team, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for Half-Time / Full-Time result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after 55 minutes of play are completed and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the match is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme then in this case all bets will be settled according to the result at the time of suspension.

If a match is suspended and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for this type of bet will be determined according to the result at the final conclusion of the match.

3.105 Total number of points scored in a match in American football "Under - Over" a specified limit or within a certain range

You are asked to predict if the total number of points scored in a match in American football is "under" or "over" a limit or is within a range published in the Programme.

The total number of points scored in a match in American football is the total number officially announced by the Organiser, and based on the outcome produced at the end of regular duration of the match, overtime included.

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there are changes in venue or replacements regarding which team is the home and which is the away team, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for "Under-Over" or for Total Number of points will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended before 55 minutes are completed and if at the moment of suspension the total number of points already scored is greater than the limit or is within the higher range published in the Programme, then the outcome "over" or the predictions being in the higher range for the Total number of points are considered the winning outcome while the outcome "under" or the predictions being not in the higher range is the losing outcome. If a match was suspended before 55 minutes of play are completed and if at the moment of suspension the total number of points already scored is less than the limit or the total number of points scored is within a range below the higher range published in the Programme, then both outcomes - "over" and "under" - and all predictions on the total number of points are given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is suspended after 55 minutes of play are completed then the total number of points scored at the time of suspension will be considered as the final total number of points scored.

3.106 First, last or anytime scorer of a touchdown of an American football game

You are asked to predict which football player will be the first, the last or anytime scorer of a touchdown during a football game.

The first, the last or anytime touchdown scored is the ones scored during the regular duration of the game, overtime included.

If a football player was not included in the team's roster (i.e. he is not "suited up") it is considered that he did not take part in the game. In this case bets received on a football player for scorer of the first or of the last or of anytime touchdown, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond within the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there are changes in venue or replacements regarding which team is the home and which is the away team, or there is a change of opponents after the

Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the first, the last or anytime touchdown scorer will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game was suspended before 55 minutes of play are completed and before a touchdown is scored, your bets for the first, the last or anytime touchdown scorer will be given odds of one (1.00). If a game was suspended before 55 minutes of play are completed and after at least one touchdown is scored, your bets that include first touchdown scorer will be considered valid. Your bets for the anytime touchdown scorer that include the predictions of touchdown scorer or scorer already scored will be winning, while the predictions for other football players who did not score will be given odds of one (1.00).

Your bets for the last touchdown scorer will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game was suspended after 55 minutes of play are completed, the winning outcome for your bets for the first or the last or anytime touchdown scorer will be based on the result, valid at the time of suspension.

Prediction for any touchdown scorer of an American football game can be combined in one betting column with a prediction for first and/or last touchdown scorer of the same game. It is also allowed to combine in one betting column prediction for first touchdown scorer with a prediction for last touchdown scorer. One betting column cannot combine predictions regarding the same football player.

3.107 Final result of a baseball game

You are asked to make a prediction on the final outcome of a certain baseball game (games that are organised by the major league of baseball).

The results officially announced by the Organiser will be considered the final results. These are based on the final outcome produced during the regular duration of the game. 0

Extra innings played in order to determine the winner, will be considered as regular duration.

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if a game was suspended before 5 (five) innings of play are completed or 4,5 (four and a half) innings - if the home team is leading - and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, or if there are changes in venue or replacements regarding which team is the home and which is the away team, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is suspended after 5 (five) innings of play are completed or 4,5 (four and a half) innings - if the home team is leading - and the time left from the suspension until the regular end of the game is played on a date (based on the event's local time) beyond the next day from the date stated in the Programme, and the rest of the game is not played (in the event's local time) within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for Final Result of the baseball game will be based on the result at the time of suspension.

If a game is suspended, and restarted (in the event's local time) and concluded within the next day from the date stated in the Programme, then the winning outcome for Final Result of the baseball game will be based on the result at the final conclusion of the game.

If a game was suspended after the home team ties the game, then your bets for the final result will be given odds of one (1.00). 1

3.108 First, last or anytime tryscorer of a rugby game

You are asked to predict which rugby player will be the first, the last or anytime tryscorer of a rugby game.

The first, the last or anytime tryscorer are the ones scored during the regular duration of the game.

If a rugby player was not included in the team's roster (i.e. he is not "suited up") it is considered that he did not take part in the game. In this case bets received on a rugby player for scorer of the first or of the last or of anytime tryscorer, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the game is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond within the next day from the date stated in the Programme or if there are changes in venue or replacements regarding which team is the home and which is the away team, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for the first, the last or anytime tryscorer will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a game was suspended before a try is scored, your bets for the first, the last or anytime tryscorer will be given odds of one (1.00). If a game was after at least one try is scored, your bets that include first tryscorer scorer will be considered valid. Your bets for the anytime tryscorer that include the predictions of tryscorer already scored will be winning, while the predictions for other rugby players who did not score will be given odds of one (1.00). Your bets for the last tryscorer will be given odds of one (1.00).

Prediction for any tryscorer of a rugby game can be combined in one betting column with a prediction for first and/or last tryscorer of the same game. It is also allowed to combine in one betting column prediction for first tryscorer with a prediction for last tryscorer. One betting column cannot combine predictions regarding the same rugby player. 2

3.109 Method of result in a boxing fight

You are asked to predict the method by which the result in a boxing fight will be decided. The possible outcomes for this type of bet can be such as, but not limited to, Knock Out (KO), Technical Knock Out (TKO), Referee's Decision etc.

Determining the method by which the result in a boxing fight will be decided is done in accordance with the rules set down by the competition's organizing body and the results as they developed within the framework of the fight, unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

If the fight is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the fight is finally played (in the event's local time) is later than two (2) days from the date stated in Programme or the fight is suspended, then in all these circumstances any prediction for the method by which the result in the specific boxing fight will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.110 Round by Round betting in a boxing fight

You are asked to predict the round or the range of rounds in which the boxer selected by the player will win the fight.

Determining the round in which the boxer selected by the player will win the boxing fight is done in accordance with the rules set down by the competition's organizing body and the results as they developed within the framework of the fight, unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

The bell will signal the end of a round and the bell being sounded again will signal the start of the next round.

In the case where for whatever reason a points decision is awarded before the full number of rounds are completed, bets will be examined on the round in which the fight was stopped. Bets placed on the prediction "to win on points" will be considered as winning if the full number of rounds is completed. 3

In the case where for whatever reason it is decided that the fight is completed in a total number of rounds different than the initially offered, then all bets received for this type of bet, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a boxer withdraws during the period between rounds, the fight will be considered ended in the previous round.

If the fight is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the fight is finally played (in the event's local time) is later than two (2) days from the date stated in Programme or the fight is suspended, then in all these circumstances any prediction for round to round betting in the specific fight will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.111 Final result of a cricket match

You are asked to predict the final result of a cricket match. The type of the match and its duration (test, county championship, one-day match) are published in the Programme.

The possible outcome for a draw between the two teams can be offered for all types of matches, except in one-day matches.

The final result of a match is the result achieved at the conclusion of play, according to the announcement of the relevant organising body of the competition/match.

In case of a tie (draw) result in all matches for which "Draw" is not offered as a possible outcome, all bets received on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

In case the organising body of the competition/match at the conclusion of the match announces "No result", all bets received on the final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If a match is cancelled or postponed and the actual date the match is finally played (in the event's local time) is beyond 2 (two) calendar days from the date stated in the 4

Programme or if there is change of venue, or there is a change of opponents after the Programme is published, then in all these circumstances your bets for final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If the match (test or 3-5 days international) was suspended after the match has been started and one at least ball has been bowled, all bets for final result will stand.

If a one-day match (20 overs) was suspended after at least five (5) overs have been bowled by each of the two teams, then all bets will stand and the winning outcome is determined according to the Duckworth Lewis method. In all other circumstances your bets for the final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

If an one-day match (40 or 50 overs) was suspended after at least twenty (20) overs have been played by each of the two teams, then all bets will stand and the winning outcome is determined according to the Duckworth Lewis method. In all other circumstances your bets for the final result will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.112 Winner of a cricket series

You are asked to predict the outcome of a cricket series (team A to win, team B to win, neither team to win).

The number of wins per team is the number of wins officially announced by the organising body of the series at the end of the series.

Bets received on a team, who for whatever reason, was disqualified or withdrew from the series, are not winning bets unless otherwise stated in the Programme. The winning outcome is one determined by the organising body of the series.

Bets received for any team who for whatever reason did not participate in the series will be given odds of one (1.00). 5

If the Series were suspended before the scheduled number of matches is completed, then the team that is ahead at the time will be the winner. If no team is ahead, the winning outcome is the "Draw".

If the Series are cancelled all bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.113 Top bowler or Top batsman of a cricket competition - Team top bowler or Team top batsman

You are asked to predict which bowler will take the most wickets or which batsman will score the most runs in a certain cricket competition or in any part of it. You may also predict which cricket player among the players of one team will take the most wickets or will score the most runs in a certain cricket competition or in any part of it.

Determining the top bowler or top batsman or the team top bowler or team top batsman in a certain competition or in a part of it is done in accordance with the rules set down by the competition's organizing body and the results as they developed within the framework of the competition, unless otherwise stated in the Programme.

Bets received on cricket players who did not participate in the competition will not be considered as winning.

Bets received on cricket players whose team was disqualified from the competition, will be given odds of one (1.00).

If there are two or more players that have taken the same number of wickets or have scored the same number of runs and are considered top bowlers or top batsmen of a cricket completion or the team top bowlers or team top batsmen in a certain competition or in a part of it, the odds for each of them are divided by the total number of top bowlers or top batsmen.

If the competition is cancelled, any prediction for the top bowler or top batsman of a cricket competition or team top bowler or team top batsman will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.114 Other bet types for cricket matches

For bet types on cricket matches described in the present paragraph, the following additional provisions are valid:

Bets received on totals in a County Championship or Test Match e.g. sixes, boundaries, runs etc. are valid if at least one ball is bowled.

If there is a rain delay or any other delay which results in the number of overs being reduced from that scheduled when the bet was placed, then all open bets on totals in a Twenty 20 match will be given odds of one (1.00), as well as in the circumstances where the reduction is by 3 or more overs and in other limited overs matches if the reduction is by 5 or more overs.

For bets involving a specified number of overs:

o If there is a rain delay or any other delay which results in the stated number of overs being reduced then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00).

o In the instances where a bet is offered for a single over and the full over is not completed, then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00) unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

For bets in which any player in the match to reach a specific target:

o In the instance where a player withdraws due to injury and does not return to the match, then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00) unless at the moment of suspension there is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed).

Subject to «if a player withdraws due to injury and does not return to the match, then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00), unless at the moment of suspension there

is a winning outcome (an outcome or result that could not be changed even if the match was continued and completed) », for bets to remain valid the batsman must face at least one ball or be given out before the first ball is faced.

3.115 Bet types on cricket matches

3.115.1 Team of top batsman

You are asked to predict the team that have the top batsman in a cricket series or cricket match.

Unless otherwise stated, only the first innings played will determine the result of this type of bet.

Each team must face at least one ball for bets to be valid.

In the event of a tie result then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00) unless betting is available for a tie result.

3.115.2 Race to a specified number of runs

You are asked to predict which batsman will reach the target either 10, 20, 30 or more runs first.

If either of the listed batsmen does not open the batting, bets are given odds of one (1.00).

Bets will remain valid regardless of which of the listed batsmen faces the first ball.

If neither batsman reaches the target, then if the bet "neither player to reach the target" is given, then this will be the winning bet.

If the number of overs are reduced and neither batsman reaches the target and both are not out then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00). If neither batsman reaches

the target and both are out then the bet "neither player to reach the target" is the winner and all other bets lose.

3.115.3 Next man out

You are asked to predict who will be the next man out in a cricket match or series.

Both players must be at the crease at the same time for bets to remain valid. In the event of neither player being dismissed or one of the players withdrawing through injury before a wicket has fallen then all bets placed will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.115.4 Highest opening partnership

You are asked to predict which team will have the highest opening partnership.

All bets placed will remain valid provided the first ball has been bowled in each team's first innings.

In a test match unless otherwise stated, only the first innings played will determine the result of this type of bet.

3.115.5 Fall of next wicket

You are asked to predict whether the next wicket will fall before or after a specified number of runs have been scored.

Bets will be given odds of one (1.00), if the wicket stated does not fall unless a winning outcome has already been established. If a player withdraws due to injury then all bets placed on that wicket are carried over onto the next partnership until a wicket falls.

3.115.6 Method of dismissal

You are asked to predict how the next wicket will fall.

If no wicket falls bets will be given odds of (1.00).

3.116 Winter sports

For bet types on winter sports the following provisions are valid:

Race Rules: This rule applies to World Cup races. All bets are settled on the official classification at the time of the podium presentation.

Tournament Rules: All bets are settled on the official classification at the time of the podium presentation (flower ceremony). When a betting event within a sporting tournament (e.g. World, European or national championships, Olympics etc.) is postponed within the official time allocated for the event, all transacted bets remain valid. If a betting event is unable to commence within the official time allocated, all bets will be given odds of (1.00).

3.117 Cycling

For bet types on Cycling the following provisions are valid:

The cyclists finishing positions are the positions that are valid during the prize award ceremony, or if for any reason, the prize award ceremony is not held, the official position will be done on the basis of the report announced by the organising body of the competition. In case there is more than one cyclist sharing first place (as winners), then the odds for them will be divided by the number of cyclists that were winners. After the prize award ceremony or announcement of official finishing positions, any change that may occur will not be taken into consideration.

Ante post rules apply to bets placed prior to the start of an event and stakes will be lost on any competitor who withdraws or takes no part.

Bets received on a cyclist who, for whatever reason did not participate in a competition, will be given odds of one (1.00). 0

For individual/team race or stage match betting, all cyclists/teams quoted in the match bet must start the race or stage for bets to remain valid and at least one cyclist/team in the match bet must complete the race or the stage for bets to remain valid.

3.118 Speedway

For bet types on Speedway the following provisions are valid:

All meeting bets apply to a specific number of heats, generally 15. If a meeting is abandoned and 12 or more heats have been completed at the time of abandonment then all bets will be settled on the official result. If less than 12 heats have been completed at the time of abandonment then all bets will be given odds of one (1.00). This also applies to Handicap bets.

Heat betting (Correct Score and Heat Winner):

• Bets will be settled on the official result of the respective heat after re-runs and disqualifications right after the heat is finished regardless of any changes made at a later time by any governing body.

• Jokers and bonus points do NOT count (therefore points scored are: 3 for winning the heat, 2 for second place, 1 for third place).

• In bets where riders are named, they must all ride for bets to remain valid.

Head-to-Head bets: If one or both rider(s) do not compete in at least 3 rides then all bets will be given odds of one (1.00). Jokers and bonus points do NOT count.

Total points (Over/Under): If a rider does not compete in at least 3 heats then all bets will be given odds of one (1.00). For the purposes of an individual rider's total points at a meeting, jokers and bonus points do NOT count (therefore points scored are: 3 for winning the heat, 2 for second place, 1 for third place).

Ties: When two riders finish on level race points then the following applies:

• Precedence will be given to the better placed rider in the heat where the 2 riders met

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• If the tie still persists precedence will be given to the riders (tied on race points) having the most number of 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th places (a "0" for last placing is better than being disqualified for whatever reasons).

• If solutions the above two solution in this paragraph 5 and cannot resolve the tie, then the lowest riding number jacket will be deemed the better placed rider.

3.119 Combat Sports

For bet types on Combat Sports the following provisions are valid:

The result at the end of the contest is final. This includes any recounts of the judges' scorecards. Any subsequent changes made by governing bodies do not count for betting purposes.

Total Points/Rounds (Over/Under): If the fight is abandoned before its completion then all bets will be given odds of one (1.00), unless the highest possible total to bet on has already been attained in which case all bets remain valid. If a fighter fails to start a round then the previous completed round is considered the last round of the fight.

Knockdown/Count in Round: Only knockdowns that lead to a "count" from the referee or if the referee initiates a "count" do count for this bet.

Round by Round betting: Bets will be settled on the round the bout ends. If a fighter fails to start a round then the previous completed round is considered the "winning" result for this bet.

If a fight ends in a draw and no odds have been offered for this option, all bets will be given odds of one (1.00). 2

3.120 Golf

For bet types on Golf the following provisions are valid:

In tournaments where the number of rounds scheduled to be played are reduced for any other reason, winner type bets will be settled on the official result regardless of the number of rounds played, unless there is no further play in the tournament after a bet has been placed in which case it will be given odds of one (1.00). A player awarded the winner's trophy will be deemed an official result.

A player is deemed to have played once they have teed off. In the event of a player withdrawing after having teed off, stakes will be lost on outright, group, match and 18hole betting.

In golf team events i.e. Ryder Cup, where no price is offered for the draw, in the event of a drawn match bets will be given odds of one (1.00).

3.121 Bet types on golf events

3.121.1 Outright betting

You are asked to predict the winner of the tournament.

Bets on players who withdraw before a tournament starts will be given odds of one (1.00).

Bets on players who withdraw after the tournament starts will be losing bets.

Play-offs will determine the tournament winner. Dead heat rules will apply for placings.

3.121.2 Tournament match betting

Predict which player will achieve the highest placing at the end of the tournament.

If one player misses the cut, the other is deemed the winner. Where both players miss the cut the player with the lowest score after the cut has been made will determine the 3

winner. If both players fail to complete a particular round, the winner will be the player with the lowest score from the previous round.

If one player is disqualified, either prior to the completion of two rounds or after both players have made the cut, the other player is deemed the winner. If both players are disqualified the player who progresses furthest in the tournament will be deemed the winner. If a player is disqualified during either the 3rd or 4th rounds, when his opponent has already missed the cut, the disqualified player is deemed the winner.

3.121.3 18hole betting

The winner will be the player with the lowest score over 18 holes.

In the event of a 2 or 3 ball being re-arranged, bets will be settled on the original pairings/groups. In the event of any non-participant then the 2 or 3 ball will be given odds of one (1.00). In 2 ball betting a price will be offered for the tie.

Dead heat rules will apply to 3 ball betting.

If a player is disqualified his opponent will be deemed the winner unless play in the next round has started in which case bets will be decided on the original scores. Where both/all players are disqualified bets will be given odds of one (1.00) unless play in the next round has started in which case bets will be settled on the original scores.

3.121.4 Next hole betting

Predict the score that an individual player will achieve on a specific hole.

3.121.5 2 ball draw no bet

Predict the winner of the 2 ball and if the result is a draw bets are given odds of one (1.00). 4

3.121.6 2 ball first birdie

Predict the player who will make the first birdie.

3.121.7 2 ball first bogie

Predict the player who will make the first bogie. In the event of a tie bets are given odds of one (1.00).

3.121.8 2 ball leader through 3, 6, 9 ... holes

Predict the leader after three, six, nine or any other specified number of holes.

3.122 Snooker

Bet types on snooker events

3.122.1 Outright tournament winner

You are asked to predict the winner of a snooker tournament.

All bets will be determined based on the official rules governing the snooker competition.

3.122.2 Match betting

You are asked to predict the winner of a snooker match.

In the event of a snooker match in a knockout competition starting but for whatever reason not being completed, the player progressing to the next round will be deemed the winner.

3.122.3 Final frame decider

You are asked to predict whether the match will be decided on the final frame.

3.122.4 Highest match break

You are asked to predict which snooker player will make the highest break in the match. 5

3.122.5 First/specified session

You are asked to predict the result of the first or any specified session.

If the scheduled number of frames are reduced bets will carry forward to the next session until the scheduled number of frames have been completed.

3.122.6 First/specified session correct score

You are asked to predict the correct score in the first or any specified session.

If the scheduled number of frames are reduced bets will carry forward to the next session until the scheduled number of frames have been completed.

3.122.7 Will there be a 147

You are asked to predict whether or not there will be a 147 break in the match.

3.122.8 First Frame - 1st Colour Ball Potted

You are asked to predict which colour ball will be potted first in the frame.

Foul shots and free balls do not count.

3.122.9 First Frame - 1st Red Ball Potted

You are asked to predict which snooker player will pot the first red ball.

Foul shots and free balls do not count.

3.122.10 Race to a set number of frames

You are asked to predict which snooker player will be the first to win a specified number of frames. 6



3.122.11 Individual player - number of frames won

You are asked to predict whether or not a named snooker player will win a specified number of frames.

3.122.12 Tournament 147

You are asked to predict whether or not a 147 break will be made in the tournament.

3.122.13 Highest tournament break

You are asked to predict which snooker player will make the highest break in the tournament.

3.123 Numbers drawn in Named Numerical Draws

U*BET can also offer you the possibility to bet on the outcome of named numerical draws.

You are asked to predict whether in a named numerical draw, the numbers drawn fall within the parameters of pre-determined categories.

Each possible outcome is specified and each of these outcomes is allocated a unique four-digit number code.

All outcomes related to a particular event are set out in one group.

You mark the numbers on the coupon which correspond to the chosen outcome.

It is possible to combine predictions from different groups in accordance with the rules that are stated in the U*BET Programme and their correlation with the various groups.

Your predictions can be combined by using Systems. The number of columns created by using Systems is dependent on the number of predictions made as well as the

required number of these predictions in each column created. Systems, offered to you, are announced.

When you choose to use Systems, it is possible to add to the chosen outcomes a Banker Event or Events in order to increase the total number of outcomes included in each column produced by Systems.

Columns that contain predictions of results and which were inserted after the games started will be accepted, but the odds for that event will be one (1.00). In these cases the columns that have a minimum of two predictions remaining, or one if that prediction can be played as a single, remain valid. Columns that do not fulfil the stated requirements do not participate in the game and the amount paid for them will be returned to you after the draw on which you placed your bets on have ended.

Columns that contain predictions, which cannot be verified, can still be taken into account with other predictions that have a minimum of two predictions remaining, or one if that prediction can be played as a single. In all other instances the column cannot be accepted as a bet and the amount paid is refunded once all other predictions are verified. If a column contains predictions that cannot be verified, they all receive odds of one (1.00) and the value of the column is refunded.

In the case a draw is cancelled, for whatever reason, all bets will be converted to odds of one (1.00).

In certain particular circumstances for which the Licensee may feel there are special reasons, certain bets offered will be given odds of one (1.00). This is within the Licensee's exclusive rights.