Massachusetts Sports Betting Apps – Rules for Official Betting
Official betting is a form of gambling where bettors place wagers on certain outcomes of sporting events. It can involve moneylines, totals, and parlays.
In the United States, sports betting is legal in several jurisdictions. Some jurisdictions allow sportsbooks to operate online and mobile, while others only permit retail gambling.
Licensed sportsbooks are required to follow certain rules and regulations in order to operate within the state. These rules and regulations are designed to protect both bettors and sportsbooks, while also ensuring that sportsbooks can provide their customers with a safe and reliable gaming experience.
Rules for Official Betting
Bets on official games are void when any of the following occurs: If an event is delayed or postponed, if the game does not start, or if it is forfeited. Similarly, bets on official games will also be void if the game is not determined.
The following bet types will have action at Massachusetts betting apps:
Regular Season Player Props – A team must play at least 98% of scheduled regular season games for the wager to have action (using the schedule from opening day). If this result is not unequivocally determined in fewer games, the bet is void.
To Make the Playoffs/Tournament – A team must make it to at least one postseason round in order for the bet to have action. The number of teams that make it to the playoffs or postseason tournament changes throughout the year, and the winner is not determined by a single postseason round, all bets will be void.