Restrict markets by any text associated with the Event name. You can include a wildcard (*) character as long as it is not the first character. Please note - the textQuery field doesn't evaluate market or selection names.
Restrict markets by event type associated with the market. (i.e., Football, Hockey, etc)
Restrict markets by the event id associated with the market.
Restrict markets by the competitions associated with the market.
Restrict markets by the market id associated with the market.
Restrict markets by the venue associated with the market. Currently, only Horse & Greyhound racing markets have venues.
Restrict to bsp markets only, if True or non-bsp markets if False. If not specified then returns both BSP and non-BSP markets
Restrict to markets that will turn in play if True or will not turn in play if false. If not specified, returns both.
Restrict to markets that are currently in play if True or are not currently in play if false. If not specified, returns both.
Set< MarketBettingType >
Restrict to markets that match the betting type of the market (i.e. Odds, Asian Handicap Singles, Asian Handicap Doubles or Line)
Restrict to markets that are in the specified country or countries. Please note: the default value is 'GB' when the correct country code cannot be determined.
Restrict to markets that match the type of the market (i.e., MATCH_ODDS, HALF_TIME_SCORE). You should use this instead of relying on the market name as the market type codes are the same in all locales. Please note: All market types are available via the listMarketTypes operations.
Restrict to markets with a market start time before or after the specified date
Set< OrderStatus >
Restrict to markets that where I have one or more orders in these statusstates.
Restrict by race type (i.e. Hurdle, Flat, Bumper, Harness, Chaseto markets of a specific raceType. Valid values are -Harness, Flat, Hurdle, Chase, Bumper, NH Flat, Steeple (AUS/NZ races only)), and NO_VALUE (when no valid race type has been mapped).
For AUS/NZ races, the following definitions apply:
- Flat’ – Used for standard ANZ thoroughbred races
- ‘Harness’ – Self-explanatory – used for Aus/NZ harness racing events.
- ‘Steeple’ – Used for Aus/NZ steeple chase races.
- ‘Hurdle’ - Used for Aus/NZ hurdle races.