FAQ

How To Get Started?

To start playing at an online casino you can either download the casino’s software and register as a player. Or if you’d rather not download anything, you can choose a casino that allows you to play directly in your browser. To play with real money for a chance to win prizes, enter the cashier, and make a deposit

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

It depends on your country of residence. In the UK it’s 18 years old. The U.S has different age restrictions from state to state but it’s generally 18 or 21. If you’re unsure you’re acting within the law it’s best to check the legal gambling age in your state or native country before joining an online casino.

Can I get a bonus?

Casino bonuses are free cash online casinos give to players for joining them and making real money deposits. These bonuses mostly come with wagering and playthrough requirements. The bonuses are classified in numerous ways, including first deposit bonuses, match bonuses, sticky bonuses, free money bonuses, loyalty bonuses, and exclusive bonuses. The best casinos offer some form of deposit bonus for first time depositors.

Are Online Casinos Safe?

That sort of depends on your definition of safe.
But as far as theft of money or personal information is concerned, most casinos are safe, yes. They have technology in place to prevent hackers from stealing your info.

Is there limits on how much I can withdraw?

Yes, although this will depend on the withdrawal method and the casino.
For example, at 5Dimes you can get a cashier’s check up to $7,500. The limit on money orders is $9,500. The limit on Bitcoin is $10,000. And the limit on bank wires is $9,500.
Limits are usually per request, week, or month.
The best way to find out about a casino’s limits is to read casino reviews. All that info is covered there.

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.