Remote gambling and software technical standards (RTS)
RTS 15 – In-play betting
Betting and peer-to-peer betting
RTS aim 15
To make the customer aware that they may not have the latest information available when betting on live events, and that they may be at a disadvantage to operators or other customers who have more up-to-date information.
RTS requirement 15A
Information must be made available that explains that ‘live’ TV or other broadcasts are delayed and that others may have more up-to-date information. Main in-play betting pages must include this information where practicable.
RTS implementation guidance 15A
- Brief information should be included on main in-play pages or screens, such as the in-play home page or screen. More detail should be provided in ‘help’ or ‘how to’ or other product pages or screens.
- For telephone betting the information should be included in the general betting or product information that is made available to and/or sent out to customers.
- Where a brief notice cannot be practicably included on the main pages or screens, the information should be provided on easily accessible ‘help’, ‘how to’ or other product pages or screens.
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