Big Spin

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Big Spin

BigSpinCasino is an online casino owned and operated by Duranbah Limited. The site was originally launched in 2017 and has continued to grow in popularity since.

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Sports Betting

The main attraction at SportsBetting.ag is naturally their sportsbook, but odds are far from the only thing they have to offer. They also have a poker platform that allows you to play real poker against other players, in addition to slots and table games, and you can even play the table games with a live dealer. No matter what games you prefer, you’ll also get a welcome bonus, and there’s even an extra special bonus for you if you want to deposit using bitcoin.

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MYB

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MYB

MYBCasino is an online gambling site that first appeared in 2017. The site is owned by Duranbah Limited N.V. This company also owns MYBookie, which is a sportsbook gambling site. With MYBookie covering the sports betting side of gambling, Duranbah wanted to launch a site that focused on casino games and so, MYBCasino was born.

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Agent Spinner

Agent Spinner Casino delivers a slick theme that has a certain ‘James Bond’ feel about it right from the start. Agent Spinner, the professor, David the banker, and Emma the support guru make up the team as they aim to provide you with the best online casino experience possible. A 100% welcome bonus and a lobby full of slots, table games, scratchcards, and a live casino can be found, but there is more to a casino than just games. So, in this review, we will look to find out exactly what they are...

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Irish Luck

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Irish Luck

Entraction Operation Ltd. Casinos is the company behind Casino Irish Luck’s operations, having started in 2018. The casino rides on an Irish theme of luck and fortune, with little to no frills to entertain your eyes once you load the site.

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Vegas Crest

Founded in 2014 from its base in the Caribbean, this online casino looks rather outdated compared to its more modern rivals, but it still packs a punch when it comes to top-class casino entertainment. There are close to 850 games available here, more promotions than you could use in a lifetime, and lots of slots tournaments to keep your interest going in the long run. Plus, there is now 24/7 customer support available, acceptance of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (as well as regular fiat currenci...

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Cocoa

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Cocoa

Cocoa Casino will start you off with a design that complements the title. A red cherry dipped in chocolate, probably to tease you with what you can expect. Founded in 2006, this casino has over 13 years of iGaming experience and that means you can expect nothing but quality.

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How to deposit with MasterCard

At some casinos you’ll see the Mastercard logo on the deposit page, but at others, you’ll only see the logo of the company that’s performing the payment process. This means you might see the logo for Skrill 1-Tap or HiPay. No matter what logo is showing, you simply have to add your card details and the amount you want to deposit to fund your casino account. The card details you’ll need to enter are the 16-digit card number that’s printed on the front of your card, the cvc code, the expiry date, and your name as it’s printed on the card. This is done for the first payment you do from your card, but for recurring payments, you’ll only need to enter the cvc code and the amount you want to deposit.

Whenever you deposit using a card, you won’t experience any delays getting the funds into your player account. This transaction is immediate, even though it might take a day for the transaction to show as completed on your card statement. The transaction may show as “reserved” or something similar, until the amount is finally deducted from your card.

How to withdraw to MasterCard

Deposits with MasterCards are quick and easy, but unfortunately. we can’t always say the same for withdrawals. Players from most countries will have no problem withdrawing winnings back to the card the deposit was made with, but this isn’t the case for all players. What is commonly known as a “MasterCard issue” may occur, and this happens when the card issuer doesn’t allow incoming payments directly to the card. If you try to withdraw to a card and you have this issue, your funds will bounce back to the casino and into your player account. You’ll then have to attempt to withdraw again using another payment option, and you’ll usually have to go for a bank transfer.

If you can make a withdrawal back to your MasterCard — and the casino will probably ask you to at least try it once before they allow you to use a different option — you simply have to choose the card from the list of available withdrawal options, enter the amount you want to withdraw, and then wait for the casino to approve it. If all goes well, you’ll see the funds available on your card within 1-3 business days.

How to verify your payment card

Verification of a MasterCard is easy. You simply take a photo of your card using the camera on your smartphone, cover any details that shouldn’t be showing and either send it in or upload it to your casino account. What you need to show for the image to be processed and approved are the first 6 and the last 4 digits of the card number, the expiry date, your name and all four corners of the card. You’ll need to cover the 6 digits of the card number that shouldn’t be shown. 

If the casino also asks you to send a photo of the back of the card, you should make sure you cover the cvc code, which is the last 3-digit number on the back of the card. You’ll  usually find it within the signature field. If you’re required to send an image of the back of the card, you’ll have to make sure it’s signed. 

Limits and fees

The limits for both deposits and withdrawals at different casinos vary greatly. Some will let you deposit thousands of euros in one transaction, while others limit it to a couple of hundred. The same goes for withdrawals, and there are no fixed limits on MasterCard’s side for casino payments. However, your card issuer may have separate limits for both the number of transactions you can perform per day and the maximum amount of money you can use per day through your card.

As for fees, these are usually set at 2.5%. This is what the payment providers — the ones processing the card payments — charge. Some online casinos will cover these fees for youm so the transaction shows up as free, while other casinos make you cover these yourself. If you’re looking for the best MasterCard casino, you should, of course, search for one that will pay the fees for you. That way you’ll get to play with all the money that’s deducted from your card.

MasterCard bonus at online casinos

If you’re looking to partake in a welcome bonus at a casino, there are very few payment options better than MasterCard. It almost never happens that this payment method can’t be used to trigger a casino bonus. Actually, some casinos even require all players to use either a MasterCard or a VISA card for their first deposit if the player wants to use a first deposit bonus.