Frequently Asked Questions
What is a 2-way moneyline bet?
A 2-way moneyline bet is a wager with which you predict the winner of a match. In this market, there are only two options, a home win and an away win.
What is a 3-way moneyline bet?
In a 3-way moneyline bet, there are three possible outcomes, a home win, an away win, and a draw. This type of moneyline bet doesn't usually include overtime.
What does a +200 moneyline mean?
Moneyline odds of +200 mean that you will win £200 with a £100 bet. Odds with a plus sign in front of them are given to underdogs, hence the big profit of £200.
How do moneyline bets work?
Moneyline bets are the simplest of all types of sports wagers, as you are predicting which team or player will win the match.
Why would you bet a moneyline?
There are several reasons why you should bet moneyline, but the most important one is that it makes watching a match much more interesting. Backing a team or player to win and then cheering them on is much more exciting than just watching a game with nothing riding on it.
Do moneyline bets include overtime?
Yes, 2-way moneyline bets include overtime unless otherwise stated by your bookmaker. That means that even if the match ends in a draw in regular time, your bet remains active. If your team wins in overtime, you win too.