winter sports rules

The following rules apply to betting on the winter sports listed below

  • Alpine ski
  • Biathlon
  • Bobsleigh
  • Cross country ski
  • Figure skating
  • freestyle skiing
  • luge
  • nordic combined
  • short track speed skating
  • skeleton
  • Ski jumps
  • snowboarding
  • Speed ​​skating


If a specific event (determined as: after the final list of competitors is known) is abandoned or postponed, bets will remain valid provided the event is completed on the same track/venue within 72 hours (with the exception of the events of the Olympic Games and Winter World Championship). For the Winter Olympics and World Championships, bets will stand if the event is rescheduled. If an event takes place on a different track/venue, bets will be void and stakes will be refunded.

Championship betting (including event winner, best 3/6/9, win gold medal/any medal)

Unless otherwise specified, bets are on an “All bets count whether or not they compete” basis. (No refund will be made in case the event does not start). Podium positions and other results will be determined by the official award/medals ceremony immediately following the event, and will have no effect on any subsequent investigations. All events will be settled according to the governing body (FIS/IBU/International Olympic Committee (IOC) results. If a 2 round event is not completed in its entirety, but the FIS declares a result, then bets will be settled. in accordance with the official result sheet.If no result is declared then all bets will be considered void.Dead heat rules apply.

We occasionally offer championship betting markets for a race or stage where there is a ‘yes/no’ option of whether a specific athlete wins/finishes in the top 3. In the event of a tie in these markets, where both sides could be deemed winners, the markets will be declared void.

Group bets (includes the best athlete from a given country, for example: “German Athlete”)

If one or more participants are not part of a specific event then bets will be considered void. Dead heat rules apply.

Heads-up bet (match bet)

Downhill and Super G: Both skiers must leave the start for bets to stand. If neither skier reaches the finish line, all bets will be void.

Slalom and Giant Slalom Both skiers must leave the start for the bet to stand. If no competitor/team reaches the finish line in an event with two or more heats, the number of heats completed will determine the winner. The skier who finishes highest in the first run will be considered the winner. If neither competitor reaches the finish then all bets will be void.

Ski Jumping: Both skiers must leave the start for bets to stand. If neither competitor completes the first jump then bets are void. If only one competitor finishes the event, then that competitor will be deemed the winner. If neither competitor qualifies for the second jump, the competitor who is highest in the first jump is the winner.

Cross Country Skiing: If neither competitor/team starts, bets are void. If neither competitor/team finishes the race, bets are void. If only one competitor finishes the race, then that competitor will be deemed the winner. If one competitor makes it through the prologue stage, while the other does not, the competitor who made it through the prologue stage is the winner.

All other winter sports head-to-head: Both entrants/teams included in the head-to-head must leave the starting line for bets to stand.

margin of victory

Bets will be settled on the official interval specified by the governing body of the event

Nationality of the winner

It is determined by the country the winner is competing for (not the country they were born in, if there is a difference).

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