A ‘market’ is a sports betting term for the type of outcome you’re going to bet on. PROLINE In-Store offers three types of markets that let you bet on various aspects of an event. You can bet on these markets in new ways, combining them into one bet for a simpler in-store transaction.
A bet on which team will win a game
A bet on whether one team’s score will beat or cover an assigned point margin
A bet on whether the total score of a game will be over or under an assigned amount
With PROLINE In-Store, there are many bet types that can be placed, depending on how you fill out your selection slip or build your bet. These include:
SINGLE (STRAIGHT) BET
Available on the new PROLINE In-Store, a Single Bet (AKA “Straight Bet”) is exactly what it sounds like: an individual bet placed on a single game or event. Your selection must be correct for you to win your bet. Single Bets are made by only choosing one market outcome on a selection slip, or when building an in-store bet using PROLINE.ca or the PROLINE App.
A Parlay is a bet combining 2 to 8 predictions and can be made across a range of sports and events. Parlay picks can be based on any market: Moneyline, Point Spread or Over/Under. Parlay wins are all or nothing: all picks need to be correct to win, and any losing picks mean you lose the whole Parlay Bet. Players can place a Parlay Bet by choosing between 2 and 8 market outcomes on a selection slip or when building an in-store bet using PROLINE.ca or the PROLINE App.
If one of your picks results in a Push (i.e., if you chose a team to win a Moneyline bet, and the result is a tie), the pick will be voided and the odds for that pick will be changed to 1.00, essentially removing it from the payout calculation.
A System Bet is a pre-configured bet multiplier that is only available for PROLINE In-Store when using PROLINE.ca or the PROLINE App to build a betslip. System Bet options become available once you have added between 3 to 8 selections to your betslip and multiply your wager by specific amounts. System Bets can increase the potential payout size if you win, but they also increase your cost of play with no guarantee of a win.
System Bets are sometimes known as Round Robins.