"Point Spread" or "Handicap" odds are when it is possible to bet on whether the chosen outcome will be victorious once the listed handicap is added or subtracted to the game to which the bet refers to. In the circumstances where the result after the adjustment of the handicap line is exactly equal to the betting line, then all bets on this offer will be declared void. Example: a bet on -3.0 points will be declared void if the team chosen wins the match by exactly 3 goals difference. Any reference in this section to the term "margin" is intended to be understood as the outcome emerging from the subtraction of the points scored by the 2 opponents.
Unless otherwise stated all handicaps listed on DraftKings site are to be calculated based on the result from the start of the listed period to the end of the specified period. It is however customary that for certain handicap odds in specific sports (Asian Handicap in Soccer), only the outcomes obtained from the time of bet placement until the end of the listed timeframe will be taken into consideration, thus disregarding any points scored before the time the bet was placed and accepted. Any odds with these characteristics will be clearly displayed on site and highlighted in the user’s Bet History with the score at the time of bet placement.
Example: Team A (-7.5) vs Team B (+7.5)
The "Point Spread" or "Handicap" can also be referred to as the "Puck Line" in Hockey or "Run Line" in Baseball.
The "Money Line" is a 2 selection odds based on the outcome of the game listed. The Money Line is inclusive of Overtime and is simply the selection of who will win the game or event.
The "Total Points", also known as Goals or Runs, is a 2 selection odds based on the total number of points scored in a game or event by the competitors. The "Total" is set at a specific line with outcomes listed as either Over or Under the listed amount. As with Point Spread/Handicap betting, in those circumstances where the result of the game or event Total point scored is exactly equal to the betting line, then all bets on this offer will be declared void. “Totals” can also be set on any number of predefined occurrences (e.g. goals, points, corners, rebounds, penalty minutes, etc.).
Example: an offer where the betting line is 128.0 points and the match ends with the result 64-6 will be declared void.
"Match Betting", also referred to as Win-Draw-Win or 60 Minute Line in Hockey, is where it is possible to bet on the outcome of a match or event. The options are: Home Team, Tie/Draw or Away Team. Bets on this are settled at the final whistle or conclusion of 'Regulation Time'.
Outrights, Futures or Place Betting is when you choose from a list of alternatives and bet on where a participant wins or places within a specified position in the classification of the listed event/competition. Should two or more participants share finishing positions, the settlement will follow the ‘Dead Heat Reduction Rules’.
A “Win/Place” or “Each Way” bet (aka EW) refers to a bet where the chosen selection must either win or place within the payout terms. The bet is divided in two parts,the “Win” part and the “Place” part of an equal stake or wager. Settlement of such bets will take into account the applicable rules governing the "Win" and "Place" bets, namely the Sport-specific rules as well as any applicable ‘Dead Heat Reductions’.
Fantasy/Virtual Matches or Head to Heads are implicit matchups where the performances of two or more opponents which are not directly confronting each other in the same event are compared. Settlements will be based on the number of times each participant records a predefined occurrence (e.g. goals) in the respective match. The following criteria will be used to determine the settlement of these type of offerings:
"Grand Salami" is where you bet on the total number of listed occurrences, such as total goals or run, Happening during a collection of events. All relative events must be completed for bets to stand except for the outcomes of which have been decided prior to the abandonment and could not possibly be changed regardless of future events, which will be settled according to the decided outcome.
"Over" means a worse or lower position while "Under" means a better or higher position. Example: A bet on a player's classification in a tournament with an Over/Under line 2.5 will be settled as Under if the player classifies first or second. All other placements will be settled as Over.
Head to Head odds on classification of participants in performances/events will list the specified stat category in the betting offer. Settlement of such odds will match official scoring statistics of the sport, league or governing body from which the event takes place.
Correct Score, or Result Betting, is where it is possible to bet on the partial or definite score of a match or event.
"Winning Margin" (aka Result Betting) is where it is possible to bet on the final result of a game or event and select the correct ‘band’ of points between the winning team and losing team. For example, if you think the Patriots will win, but the game will be close, pick the New England Patriots 1-6 Points Winning Margin (where the Patriots winning by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 points results in a winning selection).
"Odd/Even" is where it is possible to bet on the partial or definite amount of a predefined occurrence "Odd" is 1,3,5 etc.; "Even" is 0,2,4 etc. Example: goals, points, corners, rebounds, penalty minutes, etc.
A "Head to Head" or "3-Way " is a competition between two or three participants/outcomes, originating from either an officially organised event, or else, as virtually defined by DraftKings.
"Half time/Full time" is where it is possible to bet on the result in half time as well as the final outcome of an event. For example, if at half time the score is 45-45 and the match ends 103-101, the winning outcome is Tie / Away Team (the team scoring 103). The bet is void if the regular time of the match is played in a different time format than those listed in the bet . For example, in baseball, half time is defined as the first 5 innings of a game.
"Draw No Bet" is where it is possible to bet on either the home team or the away team. It is also common practice to refer to "Draw No Bet" in cases where no draw odds are offered. Should the specific match contain no winner (e.g. match ends as a draw), or the particular occurrence not happen (e.g. First Goal, Draw No Bet and match ends 0-0) the stakes will be refunded.
"Double Chance" is where it is possible to bet simultaneously on two (partial or definite) outcomes of a match or event, where 3 outcomes are possible (ie a 90 minute soccer match). The options are: Home/Draw, Home/Away and Draw/Away.
Bets on "Quarter / Half / Period X" refer to the result achieved in the relevant timeframe. This does not include any other points tallied from other parts of the event. Bets will be voided if the match is played in any other format but the one stipulated in the offer.
Bets on "Result at end of Quarter / Half / Period X" refer to the result of the event after termination of the stipulated time frame and will take into account all other points tallied from previous parts of the event.
Bets on "Race to X Points / Race to X Goals..." and similar offers refer to the team/participant reaching the earliest particular tally of points. If the offer lists a timeframe (or any other period restriction) it will not include any other points tallied from other parts of the event which are not related to the mentioned time frame. Should the listed score not be reached within the stipulated time frame, all bets will be declared void, unless otherwise stated.
Bets on “Winner of Point”, “Scorer of Goal" and similar offers refer to the participant winning the listed occurrence. For the settlement of these offers, no reference to events happening prior to the listed occurrence will be taken into consideration. Should the listed event not be won within the stipulated time frame, all bets will be declared void, unless otherwise stated.
Bets referring to the happening of a particular occurrence in a pre-defined time order, such as “First Card”, or “Next Team to receive penalty minutes” will be settled as void if it is not be possible to decide the winning outcome. For example, in case of players from different teams which are shown a card in the same interruption of play.
"Team to score first and win" refers to the listed team scoring the first goal in the match and going on to win the match. Should there be no goals in the match all bets will be settled as void.
"Team to win from behind" refers to the listed team winning the match after having been at least 1 goal down at any point in the match.
Settlement of bets on offers such as "Man of the Match" or "Most Valuable Player" will be the decision of the competition’s organizer , unless otherwise stated.
Settlement of bets which make reference to terms such as "decisive goal" will be settled based on the scorer of the goal that at the end of the match/tie,) proves to be the one that has produced an unassailable lead, following which any further goals would prove to be irrelevant towards the final outcome. For a bet to be settled as "YES", the listed player's team must be declared the winner of that particular match or progressing to the next round or winning the competition. Goals scored in Regular Time and Extra Time count but Penalty Shoot outs do not.
From time to time, DraftKings might decide to publish offerings referring either to the single performance of a participant or team; or offerings which combine the potential outcomes of 2 or more participants at higher odds than those normally available, also known as ‘Bet of the Day’. DraftKings reserves the right to withdraw such offers, edit the respective odds, and effect any further changes that might deem necessary at its sole discretion.
Settlement of these offers will be based on the following criteria:
‘Mythical 2/3 Balls’ are a type of Golf bet which allows you to bet between 2 or 3 golfers who are not in direct competition.