The casino’s banking section supports a good range of payment options, so you can easily load your account or cash out your winnings. Their availability depends on your country of residence, and after registering an account, you can choose from Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, Astropay, Interac, Ecopayz, Jeton, CashToCode, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Tether, Stellar, Ripple, or ChainLink.
The accepted fiat currencies are EUR, GBP, USD, CAD, AUD, PLN, NOK, RUB, HUF, BGN, CZK, RON, UAH, MXN, CLP, PEN, TRY, and ZAR.
The minimum transaction limits are more than fair as the lowest that you can deposit is only €10, and to withdraw – €20. The maximum withdrawal amount is €5000 per week, and you should know that only the first weekly withdrawal is free of charge. The subsequent requests will be charged a €5 fee.
As a part of the Anti-Money Laundering regulations, you will have to wager your deposits at least once before a withdrawal, or else the casino will charge you another fee.
HotSlots Casino is owned and operated by Forwell Investments BV, a company running a few other brands, including EnergyWin, which we reviewed earlier. It is licensed by the Curacao gaming officials, an authority that does not enjoy a very good reputation because it doesn’t deal with players’ complaints. This could turn into a bit of trouble if the casino decides to confiscate your winnings because there will be no 3rd party around to support you.
Customer support is available via email every day between 9:00 and 23:00 CEST.