Live Betting with IDSca.com

Live Betting with IDSca.comLive betting is the greatest way for agents to increase their business and IDSca offers true live betting throughout the game. Our price per head agents will be able to offer their customers pregame lines, updated game lines, and hundreds of prop and live betting wagers throughout the game.

Here are examples of some of the live betting options available to our price per head agents:

A standard 3-way bet offers home team, draw or away team. The bet is settled based on the score at the end of regulation time, unless specifically stated otherwise. For the live betting wager, the score becomes 0-0 when the wager is placed.

A wager on the total to go over or under a specific number will also be based on the score at the end of regulation time, unless specifically stated otherwise, and for the live betting wager, the score becomes 0-0 when the wager is placed.

As with standard pre game betting, moneylines and spreads will be available for quarters, halves and for the entire game.

Live betting wagers can also be made on whether the score will be odd or even for the entire game, including overtime, or 1st or 2nd half, and for each quarter.

For soccer enthusiasts, we will be offering more live betting wagers that you could ever imagine, on everything from goals, to corners to cards.

Players will be able to choose how many corners the home team or away team will achieve, which team will have more, and whether in the 1st half or whole game. Corners awarded but not taken will not count for settling purposes. Re-taken corners will only count once.

Also, players can predict the team that will be issued the most booking points. Booking points are 10 for a yellow card and 25 for a yellow/red card (a player’s second yellow card) and 25 for a red card. The maximum points per player is 35 (10+25) for a yellow and a yellow/red card.

A card issued to a player after he has been substituted, or who has not been used, or issued to coaching staff, or issued during the half time interval, or issued after the referee has blown for full time, will not count for settling purposes.