FAQ

    What Do I Need To Do To

Just visit the website of the casino you want to open an account with. You’ll find the option to register on the home page and you’ll just have to supply a few basic details about yourself in order to open an account. Once registered you’ll need to link a deposit method to your account so you can transfer funds to play with.

    How old do I have to be to play at an online casino?

To play for real money at most online casinos you must be a minimum of 18 years of age. In some jurisdictions you might need to be older. You must abide by the applicable laws in your area. If you are not of legal age you can practice and participate in all games where real money is not involved.

    Can I get a bonus?

A welcome bonus is for new customers. The most common offer is a match bonus, but casinos also offer cash bonuses and specific game bonuses. These are also known as new player bonuses.

    How do I know if a casino is safe?

Check to see if the casino has a license (usually listed at the bottom of the homepage). If it does, that means it’s been independently verified and will have to adhere to strict operating standards to continue trading. One of which will be publishing its payout percentage (the rate at which the casino pays out versus the amount of money being invested by players). Another indication a casino is safe is its security credentials. All of our recommended top casino sites feature state of the art 128-bit encryption, so if you’re unsure just take a look at our casino reviews. We rate player safety incredibly highly.

    Are there withdrawal limits?

Yes. You’ll encounter set withdrawal limits at every casino online in 2018. These can be daily, weekly, or monthly in nature but they will restrict the amount of cash you can withdraw from your bankroll in one hit. Some casinos will offer exclusive withdrawal limits to higher rolling players to allow them to withdraw more cash than a standard occasional player.

    Do I Have To Play For Real Money?

Most online casinos let you play for “play” or fake money.
However, keep in mind that at most casinos, you’ll still need to create an account. The only exceptions we know of are Bovada (US) and Bodog (CA). You can play (most of) their games without creating an account.