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Rollover Explanation

A rollover is a requirement that applies to both a deposit and bonuses, which must be met before a withdrawal can be made.

The rollover is determined by:

  • the amount of your deposit.
  • the amount of the chosen bonus or promotion.
  • the rollover multiplier of the chosen promotion.

All deposits are bound to a minimum rollover of 1.

First scenario:

You make a $50 deposit (or its equivalent in your local currency) without choosing a bonus, so your rollover would be the amount of your deposit multiplied by 1. This would give us a rollover requirement of $50:

Deposit x Rollover Multiplier = Rollover Requirement

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Second Scenario:

You choose a 50% bonus with a rollover of 4 and deposit $50 (or its equivalent in your local currency). The result is a bonus of $25 plus your deposit amount multiplied by 4. This would give us a rollover requirement of $300:

Deposit + Bonus % x Rollover Multiplier = Rollover Requirement

$50 deposit + $25 bonus = $75 x 4 = $300

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The rollover is completed by betting.

When a bet is qualified as a ‘Winner’ or ‘Push’, only the lowest of amounts between the risked amount and the won amount counts for the rollover. If the bet is qualified as a ‘Loser’, the risked amount is the one that counts for the rollover. If the bet is qualified as ‘No Bet/No Action or Canceled/Pending/Void’ then no amount will count towards the rollover.

If the balance left in your account, the balance on Free Play, and the balance at risk fall to $5 or less, the calculator will automatically put in zero the required rollover amounts, considering them as completed.

Important:

  • You will not be able to withdraw funds until the rollover is complete.
  • The rollover has no expiration date.
  • The rollover requirement only counts for sports betting. This does not apply to casino or horse race betting.
  • Plays made with a bonus or Free Plays will also not count toward the rollover effect.