Sportsbook Rules

     Las Vegas sportsbook rules, regulations, payoffs and wager types apply. All sporting events must be played on the scheduled date and site unless otherwise specified. Sporting events postponed by more than 12 hours and/or rescheduled will constitute no action and all money will be credited accordingly. Our sportsbook rules state that all bets must be made and accepted before the start of the game/event wagered. Any bet placed or received after the start of the game/event wagered will be void.

Our sportsbook rules state that management reserves the right to limit the maximum amount wagered prior to acceptance of any bet. Customers are not permitted to open multiple accounts in order to bypass the limits imposed by the system. All bets and accounts will be void if multiple accounts are used.

In the event that monies are wrongfully credited to a customer's account, it is the responsibility of the customer to notify our sportsbook customer service department of the aforesaid error without delay. Any bets realized after the error, whether directly or indirectly related to the error, but prior to notification, will be cancelled.

Our sportsbook rules state that we do not recognize suspended games, protests, scoring amendments, result reversals and overturned decisions for wagering purposes. In order for a bet to be valid, a customer must receive a bet number confirming SBG Global has accepted the bet.

This acceptance will be via a confirmation message that will appear on your screen when betting online or from the bookmaking call center. Once accepted, bets cannot be canceled or amended in any way by the customer.

Every effort will be made to ensure that all information available on the website is accurate. However, if an error is made in the prices or conditions published online, our sportsbook rules state that we reserve the right to correct any mistakes and to delete any bets already in action or to settle them at the right line. Management also reserves the right to cancel or adjust any wagers that are accepted but have been influenced by public media information.