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Boxing

All bets on cancelled events or interrupted but not finished within 72hrs from the stipulated start time, will be considered void. In case of one of the fighters retires before the start of the match, all bets will be refunded. In case of one of the fighters retires before the start of the match, all bets will be refunded. In case that in a fight is declared a "No contest" all bets will be void.

Match Winner (1X2)
You must predict the outcome of the fight, independently from the method of victory (Knock Out, Technical Knock Out or points victory). In the event of a draw all bets will be void and stakes returned, this includes a fight which ends in a Majority Draw. Bets will be settled on the official result announced in the ring. Subsequent appeals/amendments do not affect settlement (unless the amendment was made due to human error when announcing the result).

Total Round (Over/Under)
You must predict if the total number of Round is greater than (Over) or less than (under) the given parameter.In case of half round (in the case where for example one of the fighters is knocked out before or after the specified time), bets will be settled referring to the minute and 30 seconds of the respective round ( "less than" or "more of").

Round Group betting and round betting
This type of betting refers to a boxer winning by KO, TKO or disqualification in that round or round group.

In case of a technical decision win before the end of the match, the winning selection will be made on points.

 

If the boxer retires to his corner between rounds, the winning selection will correspond to the last completed round.

 

Fight Outcome
You must predict the outcome of the match. The possible options are:

  • Draw or technical draw: when a boxing match results in a draw. Please note that a technical draw refers to the interruption of the match by the referee before the start of the fifth round for any reason except KO, TKO or disqualification.
  • KO o TKO: KO is when a boxer falls to the floor and is unable to rise to his feet before the referee counts to ten. A TKO is declared after a boxer has been knocked out three times in one round or for a direct intervention by the referee. If a boxer retires to his corner it will be considered as technical KO, unless there is a technical decision by the judges or a ‘No contest’ is declared.
  • Technical decision: a decision taken based on the points assigned by the judges. The outcome of a match ended by technical decision is established by the points and can occur at any time and not necessarily after the rounds have ended.
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