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What is Rugby 3-Way?

3-Way allows a player to bet on the following outcomes: Team 1 to win, Draw and/or Team 2 to win for all matches in the event. The 3-Way event consists of the following Pick Types: Pick 3, Pick 5 and Pick 10. The Pick Type selected by the Player determines the number of events that the Player successfully needs to predict the outcome of in order to achieve a winning bet.

What is Rugby Halftime 3-Way?

Halftime 3-Way allows a player to bet on the following outcomes: Team 1 to win, Draw and/or Team 2 to win For Halftime 3-way markets, all bets are placed on the outcome to occur during the 1st half of the match. The Pick Type selected by the Player determines the number of events that the Player successfully needs to predict the outcome of in order to achieve a winning bet.

What is Rugby Handicap?

Handicap betting is an exciting market that levels the playing field of one-sided games. A handicap is given to the team that is considered the favourite.

For example: Team 1 (-11.5) vs Team 2 (+11.5)
Team 1, being stronger, will start the game 11.5 points behind. If a Player believes that Team 1 will win the game by more than 11.5 points, then you will back Team 1 (-11.5). Team 1 must win by more than 11.5 points for this to be a winning event. Because Team 2 are weaker, they will start the game 11.5 points ahead. If a Player believes that Team 2 will either win the game or draw or lose by less than 11.5 points, then you would bet on Team 2 (+11.5).

What is Rugby Halftime Handicap?

Halftime Handicap betting is an exciting market that levels the playing field of one-sided games. A handicap is given to the team that is considered the favourite. With Halftime Handicap betting, Players are required to predict the points margin between two teams at halftime.

For example: Team 1 (-11.5) vs Team 2 (+11.5)
Team 1, being stronger, will start the game 11.5 points behind. If a Player believes that Team 1 will win the game by more than 11.5 points, then you will back Team 1 (-11.5). Team 1 must win the first half by more than 11.5 points for this to be a winning event. Because Team 2 are weaker, they will start the game 11.5 points ahead. If a Player believes that Team 2 will either win or draw or lose the first half by less than 11.5 points, then you would bet on Team 2 (+11.5).

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