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How do I register at an online casino?
All casinos will have a “join now” or “sign up now” link. Once you click that, you’ll be asked to fill out a form with your personal information, such as your name, address, email address, and so on.
How old must I be to play?
That depends on the casino and your location. In every case we’ve seen, the age is either 18 or 21.
What is a welcome 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.
How do I know if a casino is safe?
It’s most certainly not always that easy to tell whether an online casino is safe or not, but there are signs to look out for. In general: if the online casino uses Microgaming or Cryptologic software, you can be pretty sure that the software vendor is strict about who they give their licenses to. If you go with a Playtech or IGT casino, then usually you’re also in safe hands. Other vendors could be a bit of a hit and miss. Keep in mind that both good and bad exists out there!
A number of online casinos display various seals of legitimacy from independent regulators, along with audited payout certifications. Whist none of these guarantee safety, seals from eCOGRA and auditing by PriceWaterhouseCoopers are generally signs that the casino is at least working with people that have the right intentions.
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.
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.