1. General Rules

1.1 BettorEdge makes every effort to make market transactions occur in a fair and secure manner.

1.2 BettorEdge does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions with regard to event or market data. 

1.3 If there is an opponent change, all bets will be voided.

1.4 If there is a significant circumstances that impact an event, like change in location of the event, all bets are voided. 

1.5 If the length of an event is modified, all bets are voided.

1.6 BettorEdge reserves the rights to amend these rules from time to time. The rules are in force at the time you make a market order. 

2. Baseball rules



2.1  Games must begin within 36 hours of initially scheduled start time, or will be voided. If a game begins, but is later postponed or abandoned an official result must occur within 36 hours for bets to settle and be valid.


2.2  Extra innings will be included unless otherwise stated in a market.


2.3  At least nine innings (or 8.5 innings if the home team is ahead) must be completed for bets on the run line/spread or total runs markets to be valid. This is applicable unless a game was always scheduled to be completed with less innings (i.e. double header with 7 innings) or where the outcome of the market has already determined.


2.4  If a game is scheduled to be played with less than 9 innings, at least the state number of innings (or a half an inning less if the home team is ahead) must be completed for the spread/run line or total runs markets to be valid.


2.5  If a game is abandoned, all bets placed on winner markets will be voided unless five innings have been played (or 4.5 innings if the home team is ahead) or if the game is not replayed within 36 hours of the original start time. In either instance, an official result must be declared in order for winner markets to be settled.


2.6  For MLB markets, all bets will stand regardless of whether a listed starting pitcher starts the first inning for their respective team or not.


2.7  A pitcher is deemed to start once the pitcher has thrown a single pitch to the opposing team’s first batter, in the first innings.


2.8 Pitcher data is for information purposes only. If a pitcher switches, all prior orders and positions will still be valid and will not be canceled.