MMA Betting FAQ

by Octagon Betting ~ November 27th, 2017

The information below is a short guide for those who are not familiar with MMA betting, but would like to learn how, where and how to do it right.

How to start betting at bookmakers?

The question everyone starts with. To start betting on mixed martial arts, first you need to choose your favorite sportsbook, and then register an online betting account there. The data that you enter when registering must be your real details, as they will be checked and so there are no problems, they should be entered correctly. Be sure to write down your login and password after registering. After this procedure we can go into battle.

Deposit of funds

In every bookmaker, there are different ways of depositing funds, including a debit/credit card or bank transfer, among other options, So, carefully study all the methods available to you.

Withdrawal of funds

An important point, most often the withdrawal of funds is carried out ONLY the way you deposited the funds. Also, before you start working with the bookmaker, make sure that there is a cashout method that suits you, because this is the most important thing in our business, to derive the profits.

Understanding MMA betting odds

If you’re going to be betting on MMA at American bookmakers, it’s important to familiarize yourself with American sports betting odds.

The (+) indicates how much you would win by betting $100, while the (-) indicates how much you would have to wager to win $100. For example, a 400+ odds bet means you would win $400 for a winning $100 bet. You can easily move the decimal place over one spot, if you’re looking to make smaller wagers, showing us that you would win $40 on a $10 bet. For a -250 odds bet, you would need to wager $250 to win $100. Similarly, you could move the decimal place over one spot, showing us that you would need to wager $25 to win $10.

What if you always lose or are simply in the red?

There is an expression, the wise man learns from other people’s mistakes, the smart man learns from his own, and fools never learn. If you treat yourself to the second, then just stick with MMA betting and gain experience, the main thing is not to lose something valuable at this stage.