Definition of Same Game Parlay

What does the term "same game parlay" mean in the world of sports betting? What is meant by the term "same game parlay"?

In the world of sports betting, a "same game parlay" refers to when you create a parlay that includes events from the same game.

This might not seem like a big deal, but there was a time when sportsbooks wouldn't allow you to bet on two events occurring in the same game, as they only allowed "disconnected" events (events that were not tied to each other) to be included on tickets.

Same Game Parlay term is defined and explained.  Example is provided.  What is the meaning?So, let's say that the Arizona Cardinals are playing the Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football.

A same game parlay ticket might look like this:

DeAndre Hopkins to Have Over 63.5 Receiving Yards
Kyler Murray to Pass For Over 270.5 Yards
Chase Edmonds To Have Over 20.5 Receiving Yards

Total Payout = 8.00

In the past, you wouldn't have been able to find a sportsbook to take this bet, as these three events are connected.

Now, with the "same game parlay" (trademarked by Fanduel), creating these types of parlays are possible.

The same game parlays are especially popular with NFL and NBA bettors.