Find all the answers to your questions about In-Play betting here.
What is In-Play betting?
In-Play betting takes sports betting to a whole new level by letting you bet on a game even while it’s live. That means you’re not limited to bets before the game, and you can use the ever-changing odds and up-to-the-minute game happenings to inform your bets. You can choose from a selection of bets, from the match outcome to sport-specific markets.
Where can I play?
Spin Sports In-Play is available on both desktop and mobile, so you have your choice of devices and can play at your convenience.
Where can I find In-Play betting on the Spin Sports website?
You’ll see In-Play bet options on the homepage. About halfway down the page, you’ll see what’s going on live, including scores and stats. You can also access it from the online sportbook page.
How do I see the In-Play events offered?
If you’re looking for a specific game, sport, or league, you can search for it in the search bar in the top left of the In-Play dashboard. Click on the result to get the rest of the details. You’ll also see a betting slip that lists odds and markets. The dashboard also gives a preview of exciting upcoming games, which you can sort by sport.
Why do the odds keep changing?
In-Play odds are updated based on what’s going on the game, so you’re always seeing up-to-the-minute odds to help you decide where to place your bets.
How do I know if an In-Play bet has been successfully placed?
You will see confirmation when your bet has been placed.
What Sports are available for In-Play betting?
You can place In-Play bets on all your favorite sports, like basketball, football, and soccer. You’ll also find games at Spin Sports that a lot of online sportsbooks don’t have, like table tennis, bowling, and handball.
What leagues are available for In-Play betting?
You can count on finding all your favorite major leagues around the world for sports available on In-Play, as well as many minor leagues and events.
What markets are available for In-Play betting?
There are different markets available for each sport. You can make a straight Moneyline (game winner) bets, as well as other types of bets depending on the sport, such as the next team to score, the total score, and over/unders on the outcome. Check a specific sport to see if the bet you want is available.
Can I place several In-Play bets on the same event?
You cannot combine different bets on the same event if the outcome of one bet affects or is affected by the other bet.
Can I combine In-Play bets to an accumulator?
Yes. You can place both single and accumulator bets through In-Play.
Is there a bet limit?
The minimum bet is £0.10 or €0.10, and the maximum varies by sport and league. You’ll see the limits when you enter your bet. It’s possible that the site won’t accept a particular bet, or bets may be rejected at the site’s discretion. An alternate bet may be suggested, which you can choose to accept or reject.
Can I change my In-Play bet after it’s been placed?
No. You cannot cancel or change a bet once it has been placed and confirmed.
What happens if an event is cancelled or abandoned?
If an event is cancelled beforehand, bets will be voided and refunded. If a match is called off because of circumstances like injury or bad weather, any bets already settled will stand, but bets contingent on the remainder of the game will not.
Can I use the Cash Out feature on In-Play bets?
You can’t use the Cash Out feature while the game is live.
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.