Q&A

    How do I register at an online casino?

You’ll need to be old enough to participate in real money games at a casino in your country or state of residence. You’ll also need to register for an account. And if you want to play for real cash you’ll be required to deposit funds into your casino account using one of the accepted deposit methods. If the casino has offered you a welcome bonus for joining you’ll also need to ensure you can meet the playthrough requirements in order to claim it.

    What age do you need to be to gamble online?

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?

Casinos love to give our players bonuses! Almost in every casino you can find welcome bonus for new players.

    Are Online Casinos 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.

    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?

Many casinos let you try games out for free with ‘practice money’. Some will let you try games out without the need to register or log in first.