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Frequently Asked Questions

What is esports betting?

Esports betting lets you place bets on your favorite esports events. You’ll be able to choose from a selection of games and match-ups from around the world and place bets on the event’s outcome.

Where can I find esports betting on the Spin Sports website?

You can find esports betting along with all the other sports in the main dashboard. From the homepage, just scroll down to the main dashboard. You can see esports in the list of sports on the left sidebar. Then, you can see games sorted by region, game and tournament.

How do I see the esports events offered?

You’ll see a full list of the esports events on the Spin Sports website. First, access the esports section of the dashboard (see above). You can view daily games listings by scrolling through the dates at the top of the panel. Or, check out the Top Leagues and League lists to view live and upcoming events for your favorite game.

What other information does Spin Sports provide?

The list of events offered will tell you which teams are playing and the time of the match. You’ll also see updated odds for each team. When you click on the match, you can see the markets available.

How do I know if an esports bet has been successfully placed?

You’ll always see confirmation after a bet is placed. If you don’t get confirmation, then your bet has not been placed.

What Games are available for esports betting?

Spin Sports has a wide variety of games available for esports betting, including first-person shooter games (like Overwatch and Call of Duty), battle arena games (like Apex Legends and Fortnite), card collection games (like Hearthstone), and sports games (like NBA 2k and FIFA). These exciting games are great for watching esports streams, and host big tournaments and competitions for professional and/or qualifying players.

What markets are available for esports betting?

When you look click on a specific game on the dashboard, you’ll see a list of the markets that are available for that sport and match-up, as well as the odds for each bet.

In general, esports has Money Line Full Time markets for all events, so you can choose the team you think you will win and bet on them.

Spread bets are also available for some games. The settlement is determined based on the final score with a spread handicap added.

Over/Under bets are also available for some games, which allow you to bet on how many rounds (or games or maps, depending on the game) it will take to decide the winner.

Can I place several esports bets on the same event?

You can’t place different bets on the same event if the outcome of one bet affects or is affected by the other bet. For example, you could not bet on both opposing teams to win, but you could make a Money Line bet on the winner and make an over/under bet on the total final score.

Can I combine esports bets to an accumulator?

Yes. You can place single and accumulator bets on esports.

Can I change my esports bet after it’s been placed?

No. All bets are final once they are placed and confirmed and cannot be changed or cancelled. If an event is changed or cancelled, bets are voided unless the match is played within 48 hours of the original scheduled time. Unfinished games also void all bets, unless a player is disqualified and the official party holding the game declares a winner.

Can I use the Cash Out feature on esports bets?

You cannot use the Cash Out feature while the game is still 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
  • Payslip
  • 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.