（１）Log into Betsson
After clicking the black “Login” button, next enter your Username/Email address and Password followed by clicking the orange “Login” button to continue.
（２）Click on “SPORTSBOOK”
（３）Select the game/match that you would like to bet on
In this example, we will show you how to place a bet on an English Premier League soccer game. First, click on “Football” from the list on the left-hand side of the screen followed by “England” and then “FA Premier League”.
（４）Select your bet type
One of the easiest to understand bet types is “1X2 Match Betting” (also known as Full Time Result or Money Line). A 1X2 Match Betting bet means you pick which team you think will either win or tie. In our example above, we have three choices by either picking 1 – Home) Leicester to win, 2 – Away) Arsenal to win or X – Draw) Leicester to tie Arsenal. In this example, we will pick Arsenal to win, therefore we will click on the odds 1.89.
※ Note the date and time of the match in the left-hand side of the screen. By default the date and time are displayed as UK time, which would be GMT+1 during March/April to October/November and GMT during October/November to March/April. The time zone display setting cannot be changed.
（５）Enter your bet amount
After clicking the odds that you would like to place a bet on, your bet selection will show under “Bet Slip” located on the right-hand side of the screen.
Once you enter your stake (the amount of money that you would like to bet), the amount of money (stake + profit) that would be returned to you should you win on the bet will be shown automatically in the “Potential payout” section.
Once you have entered the stake for your bet(s), next click the green “Send” button to finalize your bet(s).
※ Other Bet Options
If you refer to the screenshot below, you will see “+102” to the left of the game’s odds. If you click on this link, all available bet types (102 in this example) will be shown to you for this particular game.
Examples of other bet options
A “Double Chance” bet means that you can place one bet on two different outcomes such as 1) the home team wins or ties, 2) the away team wins or ties or 3) no tie score (12 in the example above), which means either the home team wins or away team wins.
A “Correct Score” bet means that you can place a bet on what you think will be the final score of the game.
A “Half time/Full time” bet, also known as a “1st Half Result/2nd Half Result” bet, means that you can place a bet on what you think will be the correct outcome of the first half and also the final score. Using the Leicester – Arsenal example, if the score at half time is 0-1 and the final score is 2-1, you would need to bet on “2/1” in order to win the bet.
A “Total Goals” bet, also known as a “Goals Over/Under” bet, which is always set at “Over X.5″ and “Under X.5″, means that you place a bet on the total number of goals that you think will be scored in a game. “Over 2.5” means that 3 goals or more would be a winning bet while “Under 2.5” means that 2 goals or less would be a winning bet.
A “Draw No Bet” bet means that you place a bet on which team you think will win. If the outcome is a draw then your stake will be returned to you and no loss will be incurred.