1. With fixed odds, winnings are calculated by multiplying the odds by the stake.
2. All bets are decided provided the result stands and is evaluated. Rivalo only recognizes results that take place during the event. Any amendments occurring after this time have no influence on the evaluation of the betting event. Bets already decided at the time of the event being abandoned (live bets, half-time bets, match interval bets, over/under betting, first goal etc.) do not depend on the time when the match is abandoned or continued when being evaluated. Where the betting event is abandoned after the end of normal time (e.g. during extra time/penalty shoot-out) then the result after normal time counts.
3. Where a postponed, abandoned or cancelled sporting event is restarted or continued by the end of the following day, based on the original start time and original venue of the betting event, then the bet is valid for the newly restarted/continued betting event. The bet also remains valid if the event is repeated/continued or takes place at a neutral venue. Where the match is not restarted or continued, then it is declared as void. This does not apply to betting markets already decided when the event was interrupted (e.g. 1st goal, next goal, half-time bets, over/under betting).
League games or games as part of a tournament, such as cup games, ended by the referee before the end of normal time, are assessed using the final result if the referee declares the match as valid on the final whistle and if the match is included in the official table and not subsequently replayed or continued.
4. It applies to all sports bets that where a player in the starting lineup who has been bet on does not take part for whatever reason, then the bet is lost if the result for which the starting player was listed occurs. However, where the whole betting event does not take place, then bets are declared as void.
With "goal scoring" types of bets, the player who has been bet on must start the match, otherwise the bet is void. Subsequent substitutions are not taken into account here.
5. Dead heats: Where two or more participants are declared the winners of an event, the odds are divided accordingly.
6. For certain betting slips Rivalo offers the so-called "buy-back" under certain circumstances. This offer is voluntary on the part of Rivalo, i.e. the customer is not automatically entitled to the offer of buying back a betting slip.
7. Any attempt to enter secret agreements as part of betting activity or the intent, directly or indirectly, to participate in such agreements, is strictly forbidden. In the same way, the use of any tool such as (but not limited to) scripts, bots or spiders, is strictly forbidden.
8. All transactions will be inspected for possible money laundering. Any suspicious activity on an account may lead to the customer being reported to the relevant authorities and the credit in the betting account being restrained. In the same way the betting account may be closed and the credit confiscated.
9. Yellow cards are counted as one card and red cards are counted as two cards. When a player receives a second yellow card, followed by the red one; that situation counts as two cards. So, the maximum card count a player can receive in one match is three: one for the first yellow card and two for the second yellow/red or for the straight red.