Sportsbook Rules & Regulations
Ultimate Fighting Championship (mix martial art)
Last Update: 15/07/2018
1. All bets will be considered valid upon announcement of the referee for round one fight.
2. Every one round in UFC is 5 minutes in duration.
3. Title matches have five such rounds, and non-title matches have three. There is a one minute rest period between rounds.
4. The results obtained at the end of the match are considered as final. In events where there are any recounts of the judges scorecards or changes made by governing authorities, such changes will be considered invalid for betting purposes.
5. If the fight is abandoned before its completion then all bets will be considered void.
6. Bets are settled on the results made by the judges official decision, which will include points, Submission, TKO, KO or disqualification. Revision or amendments made to the results after the fighter left the rings will not be considered valid.
7. Submission: a fighter clearly taps on the mat or his opponent or verbally submits
8. Technical Knockout (TKO): If a fighter cannot continue, the fight is ended as a technical knockout.
9. Draw includes Technical Draw
10. If a match is suspended, cancelled or aborted at any point of time during the match and is resumed within 12 hours from official commencement of the game, all bets on that particular match will be considered valid.
11. If a match is suspended, cancelled or aborted at any point of time during the match and not resumed within 12 hours from official commencement of the game, all bets on that particular match will be considered void and all wagers placed will be refunded to original accounts.
TYPES OF WAGERS
HEAD TO HEAD
In Head to Head, all bets on either fighter will be considered as void and stake refunded if
1. The fight ends in a draw and no draw option is given
2. Should there be a withdrawal or substitution of fighters concerned