The SportNation Terms and Conditions and Bonus Mechanics

While you may not think immediately of the Terms and Conditions available when you want to bet at SportNation, they are still a really important part of the process. We recommend reading through them completely before signing up for an account, in order to get the full idea of what to expect. If you wish to read them in full, please visit the SportNation terms and conditions page now. We will look below at the type of policies and rules they have, including the description of service, errors or mistakes and indemnification. To learn more about betting with this operator, head to our SportNation main review. Read on now to get the full overview.

The SportNation Bonus Terms/ Full T&C’s

Below are the SportNation Terms and conditions. We have highlighted certain sections and commented to help you understand them.

1. Acceptance of Terms

2. Other Policies and Rules

3. Changes to The Terms

4. Description of Service

Access to the Website is permitted on a temporary basis, and we reserve the right to withdraw or amend the Services we provide without notice. The Website is updated regularly and may change at any time. You acknowledge and agree that the specific form and/or nature of the Website or Services may change from time to time without prior notice and we may cease providing the Services (or any specific features within the Services) to you at our sole discretion, without prior notice to you. If the need arises, we may suspend access to the Website, or close it indefinitely. We will not be liable if for any reason the Website is unavailable at any time or for any period, but this shall not, of itself, preclude us from returning to you any money that is properly due to you. We may terminate your Account, delete any Content and/or prohibit you from using or accessing the Website or Service (or any portion, aspect or feature of the Service) for any reason, at any time in our sole discretion. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, we shall have the right to reject any Bet or withdraw any Service in our absolute discretion. We will not be liable for any loss whatsoever arising from the cancellation of any Service.

Comments:This is worth dwelling on as it shows that the bookmaker does have its own discretion to change its service. Always keep checking to see if anything changes.

5. Pre Conditions for Account Registration

6. Registration Information

7. Account Deposits, Withdrawals and Betting Limits

8. Placing a Bet

9. Responsible Conduct

10. Errors or Mistakes

Any funds credited to the User’s account as a result of an error, mistake or omission must be returned to the Operator immediately upon demand. Any funds credited to the User’s Account as a result of an error, mistake or omission are not available for Betting, and where such funds have been used to place Bets, the Operator may cancel such Bet and/or withhold all associated winnings.

Comments:This is the policy of the company, meaning that if you see some mistake that allows you to get ahead, you can’t take advantage of it. However, if this does happen and you believe that you won the money in good faith, you can always use IBAS to resolve any dispute.

11. Account Closure and Dormant or Abandoned Accounts

12. Dispute Handling

13. Breach of Terms and Termination

14. Indemnification

By use of the Website and its Services, the User automatically accepts and agrees to indemnify and nullify any liability that the Operator together with its parents, affiliates, owners, officers, directors, employees, agents and partners may incur from any form of claim, liability, damage or cost from any third party arising as a result of your use of the Website and its Services.

Comments:Here the bookmaker is stating that any liability that the website has is more or less null, thus putting the responsibility on you. This is more boilerplate than a legitimate legal defence however, and there are resources you can consult if you have a genuine dispute.

11. Intellectual Property Rights

12. Disclaimers

13. Jurisdiction and Applicable Law