Q&A

    How do I start playing?

First, find a casino that’s right for you. You might be attracted by a healthy welcome bonus or a range of slots. Maybe you’re looking for roulette or blackjack to play at small stakes. Once you’ve picked one of our top-rated sites, download the software or log in via your browser. (You’ll need a username and password to get started.)

    How old must I be to play?

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?

Bonuses are the best way to attract players. But casinos do apply wagering requirements to the bonuses, so before players can withdraw their bonus, they will have to go through it numerous times and at the same time they are using their real credit. This way, they get players to make a deposit and wager it all multiple times.

    How Do I Know That A Casino Is 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?

It depends on the casino itself, as some casinos will obligate you to withdraw it bit by bit while other casinos let you withdraw the entire jackpot at once.

    Can I play without using 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.