What is a Same Game Multi (SGM)?
With Same Game Multi, you can increase your odds by selecting multiple outcomes from a single match. This allows for greater flexibility and the potential for bigger payouts.
Please note that our Betting Rules apply to Same Game Multi.
How is the Price calculated for my SGM?
The odds for Same Game Multi are determined by an algorithm and are generated using all selections made by the user. As the legs of an SGM are related, the prices next to the selections can't be multiplied to create the odds like a standard multi. For this reason an SGM is treated like a single outcome in many betting aspects, such a multis and voids.
You may find that the odds on an SGM will remain the same if you select an option which is redundant, based on another selection in your bet. For example, if you choose Australia +7.5 points to cover a line and Australia to win the match, it is impossible for Australia to win the match and not to cover a 7.5 line, so the odds of Australia +7.5 will not increase the total SGM odds.
What happens if a Selection in my SGM is made Void?
If a selection in your Same Game Multi is made void, the entire Same Game Multi will be refunded. However, if your Same Game Multi is part of a bigger multi, only the individual SGM with the outcome in will be made void, while the remaining legs will stand.
What happens if a Selection in my SGM is a Dead Heat?
If a Dead Heat occurs in a Same Game Multi selection, the original payout will be reduced by the Dead Heat Factor. Kindly check our Dead Heat Rules in the Betting Rules section for more information regarding Dead Heat Factors.
What happens if a selection in my SGM is a Push?
In the event that one of the legs in a Same Game Multi results in a Push, the selection, and therefore the entire SGM will be made void and your stake refunded.