Crowncas casino supports some of the most common payment methods including but not limited to Neteller, zimpler, Neosurf, EcopayZ, bitcoin, Visa, paysafe, Mastercard, and Skrill.
The minimum deposit is €20. The minimum withdrawal is €50. This amount is a bit high compared to the €10 cashouts most casinos allow, but that’s not the worst. Crowncas requires a 1x rollover before a withdrawal request is made. In other words, if you deposit €10, place a €1 wager and win €100, you cannot withdraw your €100 unless you play through the whole €10 deposit. Failing to comply with the 1x rollover requirement results in a 10% administrative fee.
We are quite familiar that new casinos struggle to cover their expenses for licenses and workforce, but rotten tricks hidden somewhere in the T&C might not be the most viable approach for generating revenue.
Speaking of withdrawals, we cannot turn blind eye to the fact that we stumbled upon a lot of players complaining that Crowncas casino withdrawals take longer than they used to.
Crowncas casino is owned and operated by Stage5 N.V., which is a Curacao licensee. We remind you that playing at a casino holding an offshore license involves considerable risk and encourage you to think twice before depositing large sums as soon as you open an account.
Players can get in touch with the customer support via live chat. At the time of writing, there is no email or phone support.