Payment Options

Deposit options

Bank Transfer

Transaction time: 2-5 banking days

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €10

Credit Card

Transaction time: Instant

Service fee: 2.50%

Minimum amount: €10

Skrill

Transaction time: Instant

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €10

NETELLER

Transaction time: Instant

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €10

Citadel

Transaction time: 0-3 banking days

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €10

Paysafe card

Transaction time: Instant

Service fee: 0

Minimum amount: €10

Please take a note of new banking requirements for international payments (IBAN and SWIFT/BIC)

We are changing our payment routines to align with SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) which is an initiative to standardise Euro transactions across 34 markets in Europe. By making bank transfer payments work to a common set of rules, the Single European Payments Area aims to make payments within the EU easier and more efficient.

When you make your next withdrawal in Euro (or in a currency which is not a local currency for the destination country "you will need to provide specific bank account information for Euro transfers within SEPA: SWIFT/BIC code of your bank and your personal IBAN (International Bank Account Number). This information can usually be found on your bank statement or on simple request with your bank, which can provide you with that information".

Please note that some payment options may not be available in your country.

Withdrawal options

Bank Transfer

Transaction time: 3-5 Banking days

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €25.00

Visa

Transaction time: 24 hours

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €30.00

Neteller

Transaction time: 24 hours

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €20.00

Skrill

Transaction time: 24 hours

Service fee: None

Minimum amount: €20.00

Please take a note of new banking requirements for international payments (IBAN and SWIFT/BIC)

We are changing our payment routines to align with SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) which is an initiative to standardise Euro transactions across 34 markets in Europe. By making bank transfer payments work to a common set of rules, the Single European Payments Area aims to make payments within the EU easier and more efficient.

When you make your next withdrawal in Euro (or in a currency which is not a local currency for the destination country "you will need to provide specific bank account information for Euro transfers within SEPA: SWIFT/BIC code of your bank and your personal IBAN (International Bank Account Number). This information can usually be found on your bank statement or on simple request with your bank, which can provide you with that information".

Please note that some payment options may not be available in your country.