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A Comprehensive Look at the Betfair Casino Terms and Conditions

These Betfair casino terms and conditions are quite comprehensive and thorough. They provide you, its customers, with a complete breakdown to any questions you may have regarding its casino, live casino, arcade, Macau and Vegas slots. They also apply to its other online gambling products within the Betfair Group, such as its Betting Exchange, its SportsBook, BetfairPoker, exchange games, bingo and virtual sports. The latest update of the T&Cs occured on the 2nd of February 2016, with the completion of the merger of Betfair and Paddy Power. Should you have any questions or comments related to the information I’ve provided below, please feel free to contact me at contact@casinoreviews.co.uk.

Comprehensive Listing of the Terms and Conditions

Even though the points have been divided into separate parts, sections, headings and subheadings, they are still a comprehensive and thorough listing of the Terms and Conditions from Betfair. I have gone through them with a magnifying glass to bring you the important details that you deserve. To accomplish this, I have added a few comments to some of the important points that require your attention. Further info on this operator in the form of a general Betfair overview could supplement your browsing of this page as well.

Part A – Introduction

Part B – Account Terms and Conditions of use

3. Multiple accounts

4. “From 31 January 2013, customers with an existing Betfair account are not permitted to open a new account with Betfair.” “Any customer that already has more than one Betfair account on 31 January 2013 is required to nominate a single Betfair account to use across Betfair’s products by contacting the Betfair Helpdesk. Customers that continue to operate multiple Betfair accounts after 31 January 2013 will have their accounts ‘linked’ and managed accordingly. This may affect the extent to which bets can be placed with Betfair by such customers.”

Comment: This point states that multiple accounts aren’t allowed to be opened by the same customer at Betfair casino or other Betfair products. Basically, it is one account to be used across the whole of the Betfair Group.

Part C – Betting

7. Gambling by those under age

1. “If we are notified that you are under 18 or were under 18 when you entered into any betting transactions on our site (“under age”)”

Comment: This is an obvious one which states that there will be no underage gambling at Betfair casino and if you’re suspected of gambling underage, your account will be suspended and investigated until further notice.

Part D – Betfair Gaming – Conditions of use

1. Licence to use our site

2. Licence to use the Software

3. Use of our site

4. Your Representations

5. Privacy

6. Cancellation, Termination, Suspension and Breach

7. Changes to the Games

8. Matters beyond our reasonable control

9. Errors and Omissions

10. Indemnity

11. Limitation of liability

12. Right of set off

13. Intellectual property

14. Information Services

15. Betfair Forum

16. Assignment

17. Severability

18. Dispute resolution

19. Amendments

20. Communications and notices

21. Entire Agreement

22. No waiver

23. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

24. Company and licensing details

25. Location

26. The Software

27. Rake

28. Company and licensing details

29. Location

30. The Software

31. Maximum Pay-out

32. Company and licensing details

33. Location

34. The Software

35. Maximum Pay-out

1. “Maximum cumulative profit on all Casino Games (excluding any progressive jackpot wins) in a 24-hour period by each customer shall be capped at £1,000,000. If your profits exceed this sum in any 24-hour period, any additional bets or wagers made within the same period shall be void and any associated sums bet or wagered by you shall be returned to you. If a bet or wager is made by you that takes your profits over the £1,000,000 limit within the 24-hour timeframe you will be paid out up to £1,000,000 and any excess profits may, at our discretion, not be paid to you provided always that, of the original sum bet or wagered, an amount shall then be returned to you pro rata in relation to the benefit lost.”

Comment: Why a daily maximum pay-out you ask? Well gambling is big business and there is a mix of professional and regular ordinary folk who are looking to win big. With this in mind, there need to be some limits. This may seem unfair but if there weren’t any, the casino will find themselves in the situation of unlimited liability. This makes sense because it is a protection measure that allows them to stay in business. For example, if someone wagers an outstandingly large amount of money and wins, the casino will have to make a pay-out that they can’t provide. Another valid reason, is that they want to discourage players from gambling beyond their means.

36.Company and licensing details

37.Location

38.The Software

39.Provision of liquidity

40.Company and licensing details

41.Location

42.The Software

43.Maximum Pay-out

Part E – Betfair Forum – Conditions of use

Part F – Betfair Live Video – Conditions of Use