There are two forms of volleyball betting: beach volleyball and indoor volleyball. What these two volleyball variants have in common are the following fundamental rules: a team scores points by grounding the ball on the opponents' court, or when the opposing team commits a fault (error or illegal action); teams can contact the ball no more than three times before the ball crosses the net. The two biggest differences relate to the playing surface and team size. In beach volleyball, there are only 2 players per team and the game is played on a smaller, sand court.
Volleyball was invented in the United States more than one hundred years ago. Mintonette, as the sport was originally called, firstly gained popularity in the US schools as a non-contact less violent and less intense alternative to the already very popular basketball. Whether indoor or beach version, volleyball is today a very popular sport all over the world.
Recommended volleyball tournaments:
Indoor Volleyball Olympics. Volleyball is one of the most important Summer Olympics disciplines attracting lots of punters both regular and seasonal
FIVB World Cup. Qualification tournament for the Olympic Games
FIVB World League. Longest and richest volleyball tournament organised by FIVB
FIVB World Grand Prix women's version of the FIVB World League
Volleyball Bet Types
Outright betting (long-term betting) – predict which team will win the tournament
Match betting – predict which team will win the match
Points Total, Over-Under betting – predict how many points both teams will score in total
Handicap betting – the underdog is given a few points, so that the chances of both teams winning the game or set are close to equal
Other bets, e.g. Most valuable player (MVP) of the match. Volleyball player to score most points in the game. Volleyball player to have most blocks in the game
Live Volleyball Betting
Set Betting – predict which team will win the upcoming set
Technical Time-Out Betting – predict which team will lead at the first technical time-out in the upcoming set.
Odd Even Points – predict whether the total number of points in the upcoming set will be odd or even.
First Point betting – which team will score the first point in an upcoming set
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