PiratePlay Casino supports a wide variety of payment methods for transferring funds in and out, and they include major credit and debit cards, e-wallets, instant banking methods, prepaid vouchers, and many cryptocurrencies. Depending on your log-in country, you can deposit via Visa, Mastercard, PayOP, Volt, MiFinity, Neteller, Skrill, Ecopayz, MuchBetter, Paysafecard, Neosurf, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Binance, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Tron, or Tether.
Whenever possible, the withdrawals will be processed back to the original method used for deposit, or else, the money will be transferred to your personal bank account.
The accepted fiat currencies are EUR, USD, CAD, AUD, RUB, NZD, JPY, NOK, and CZK.
The operator has set more than fair minimum deposit and withdrawal limits of €20, but quite lower than usual maximum withdrawal amounts of €7500 weekly and €15000 monthly. You can cash out at many other Dama NV casinos up to €30000 and even €50000 per month.
The required deposit turnover before a withdrawal is 3 times, and if you fail to comply with this rule, PiratePlay will charge you a fee. In our opinion, this slightly abuses the Anti-Money Laundering regulations, where wagering your money just once is more than enough to combat any sort of financial abuse.
PiratePlay Casino is owned and operated by Dama N.V. and is licensed and regulated by the Curacao gaming officials. We would like to remind you again of the importance of proper licensing, as this will cover you against all sorts of customer rights violations. At the same time, with Curacao licensees, the authorities do not get involved in misunderstandings between players and operators. You will never find yourself in such a situation if playing at a casino regulated by the UK Gambling Commission or the Malta Gaming Authority, as they have a flawless reputation regarding customer protection.
Customer support is available 24/7 via live chat and email in English, German, Italian, and Norwegian.