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Olympics General Rules

If any Olympic event does not take place, all bets on that event will have no action and the bets will be refunded.

Unless otherwise stated, bets on individual athletes as well as team competitions are treated as “All-In”, and bets have action regardless of any participants’ failure to compete due to injury, disqualification, illness, or any other reason.

For example, if an athlete competing in a track and field event fails to participate, but the event overall still runs, bets on that athlete will stand and will be considered lost.

In the case of a future bet that is made on a team to win the basketball gold medal, and either the entire team, or certain players, are unable to compete, bets still stand.

All betting payouts are based on podium positions during the official medal ceremony after the event (dead-heat rules apply).

All head-to-head and group betting options require all competitors to leave the start line for action.

Bets on total country medals in a competition are based on the official medals table result once all medal ceremonies have taken place. For medal totals on individual athletes, results include their team event results.

The winner’s nationality is determined by the country they are competing for, not by the country they were born in, in case they’re different.

Please note that for team sports such as Olympic soccer or basketball, standard rules still apply for each respective sport.