（１）Log into Stake
To get started, click on “Login” in the upper right-hand part of the screen.
If the site is not shown in your preferred language, you can change the language by going to the left-hand side of the screen to select your language of choice.
Next, you will be shown a screen similar to the one above whereby you will need to enter in your E-mail or Username and Password. Once done, click on “Sign In” to continue.
（２）Retrieve the email code
To complete the login to your account, you will need to enter in the email numerical code as indicated in the image above if you do not have 2-factor authentication set up.
Copy the numerical code in the email that was sent to you and paste it in the appropriate text box on Stake followed by clicking on “Sign In”.
（３）Click “Sports” from the menu tab
After clicking “Sports”, you will see many categories of sports appear in the left-hand part of the screen. Select a category of the sport you want to place a bet on.
Here we will show how to place a bet on the “Burnley FC – Watford FC” match of England’s Premier League.
First, click “Soccer” and then select “England” followed by finding the match “Burnley FC – Watford FC”.
（４）Select your bet type
One of the easiest to understand bet types is “1X2 Regular Time” (also known as Match Betting or Money Line). A 1X2 Regular Time bet means you pick which team you think will either win or tie. In our example above, we have three choices by either picking Burnley FC to win, Watford FC to win or Burnley FC to tie Watford FC (also known as draw). In this example, we will pick Burnley FC to win, therefore we will click on the odds 2.33.
After clicking on the odds then we will enter in our wager size followed by clicking on the “Place Single Bet” to finalize our wager.
※ Other Bet Options
If you refer to the screenshot below, you will see “+ 79”, etc. to the right of the game’s odds. If you click on this link, all available bet types (79 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 Burnley FC wins or ties, 2) Watford FC wins or ties or 3) Burnley FC or Watford FC, 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 “Halftime/Fulltime” 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 Burnley FC – Watford FC example, if the score at half time is 1-0 and the final score is 2-1, you would need to bet on “Burnley FC/Burnley FC” in order to win the bet.
Draw No 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.