You want to try Spin Sports InPlay betting, but perhaps you have never experienced the system behind placing wagers during the action of an event. Read our FAQ for answers to top questions to gain confidence about your new pastime.
What is InPlay betting?
InPlay betting is different than traditional betting because you can place wagers while the event is going on. You might be able to bet on the second half, for the next move, and on who might make the next score. We provide a wide range of wager options and betting markets on multiple sports and leagues for live betting, all based on predicting what will happen next! You are presented fixed odds at the time of betting and if you win, you get paid. If your prediction is wrong, you lose your stake.
Where can I find InPlay betting on the Spin Sports website?
If you visit our site, finding the InPlay betting dashboard is a snap. Just scroll down halfway on the home page or online sportsbook page and you will find live event updates, score results, and personal wager details.
How do I see the InPlay events offered?
To find the event you want to bet on, use our search bar. On the top left-hand corner of the InPlay betting dashboard, you type in the sport or league you are looking for. Click on the event or match and see details of the game revealed in the centre. A betting slip on the right reveals fast markets, total live events, and current odds.
Why do the odds keep changing?
You will find the odds fluctuating frequently for InPlay betting. Sometimes the odds will change gradually for factors that occur as an event draws near. Team members may become injured, which would decrease the odds towards the favourite. Bookmakers may also adjust their odds based on money taken in. At Spin Sports, we fluctuate our odds based on how popular certain markets and leagues are. You will find slightly reduced odds for selections that receive significant action and increased odds for under-used selections. Bigger changes in the lay of the field, like injuries, will create more sizable odds fluctuations.
Therefore, as the event progresses, even during the game, you will find constantly changing odds. A tennis player might be predicted to miss his serve, which would increase the odds on him winning his next game. This continual fluctuation is what keeps live betting interesting and potentially more profitable.
What sports are available for InPlay betting?
We offer a variety of sports you can place wagers on, including football, tennis, American football, cricket, baseball, boxing, MMA, and esports.
What leagues are available for InPlay betting?
For each sport, InPlay betting supports wagering on multiple leagues. Common leagues include NBA, NFL, NHL, Premier League (soccer), Champions Hockey League, National League for basketball, and many more.
Can I place several InPlay bets on the same event?
Yes, you can place several bets using an accumulator or system betting. However, multiple bets combining several selections within the same event will not be accepted when the outcome of one bet is connected to or affected by another bet.
Can I combine InPlay bets to an accumulator?
Yes, we have an accumulator option. You can make multiple bet selections all rolled into a single wager. Instead of backing each one with lower odds, you combine all the selections to gain higher cumulative odds. Your profit could be much increased, but each individual bet has to be successful to make you a winner.
Fortunately, if one or more selections are cancelled from the accumulator, the bet stands as soon as one of the remaining selections is settled as win or lose.
Can I change my InPlay bet after it’s been placed?
No, after a bet has been placed and confirmed, customers cannot change or cancel a bet.
What odds system do you use?
Regardless of the betting odds format you have selected in your customer account, all bets will be settled based on American odds.
What happens if an event is cancelled?
If an event canceled, all related bets will be voided automatically, and your account will be refunded.
What is a source of wealth request?
Due to our AML compliance and alignment with current FATF recommendations and FIAU regulations we are at times required to establish a client’s “source of wealth” as part of our enhanced due diligence responsibilities.
“Source of wealth” is defined as “the origin of the subject’s total assets” and refers to any activity or situation that has generated the individual’s total wealth. Should you be required to provide documentation, which would be used to verify your source of funds, the following documentation could be requested from you:
- bank statements
- Recently filed business accounts
- sale of an asset details in the completion statement
- divorce settlement and court order specifying the written settlement agreement
- inheritance money in the form of the Will statement
Please Note! We will have dedicated staff to facilitate the verification. Please rest assured that all information shared with us will be treated as confidential and that all efforts will be made to assist clients wherever and whenever possible.