Bets will be settled on the official result. All bets on a match will be void if the match is officially declared as a ‘no result’. If a match is affected by external factors (such as bad weather) and is not declared as a ‘no result’, bets will be settled based on the official competition rule according to the event’s governing body (this includes matches where the result is determined by the Duckworth-Lewis method, or where the scheduled number of overs is reduced).
If a match venue is changed from that advertised, bets will stand as long as the venue has not been changed to the opponent’s ground (or in the case of international matches, as long as the venue remains in the same country).
If a Test match ends in a tie, dead heat rules will apply and all bets on the draw will be deemed losers. For one day matches (domestic and international), if we have not quoted a price for a tie and the official competition rules do not declare a winner, then dead heat rules will apply.
If a match is postponed and rescheduled to take place within 24 hours from the original start time, bets on that match will stand unless cancelled by mutual consent. If the replayed match does not take place within 24 hours of the original start time, all bets on the original match will be void.