The casino accepts a wide range of payment methods including Visa, MasterCard, Klarna, Skrill, Neteller, paysafe, Yandex Money, ecopayZ, Interac, as well as crypto payments via bitcoin, Dodgecoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.
The minimum deposit is €10 for most payment methods. The minimum withdrawal is €20.
As we could not find any information about the deposit turnover requirements, we had to contact customer support via live chat. Sadly, there was no one to answer our question, but we recommend you to try to get in touch with them and ask for that small yet important detail before you make a deposit.
*Most casinos require players to play through the deposited amount and least once “in the interest of fair gaming” before allowing them to cash out. If we assume the casino you have an account with has set a 1x deposit turnover requirement and you deposit €20, you have to make €20 bets before you can cash out. However, there are some casinos that set a 3x deposit turnover, which is an overkill for casual players.
**Update: it took some time until a customer care agent joined the chat and it turned out that Slotum is one of the casinos that have a 3x deposit turnover requirement. If you deposit €20, you have to make €60 bets before you can request a withdrawal.
Slotum casino is owned and operated by Dama N.V., a company registered and established under the laws of Curacao. Seasoned players would be less than amused by the Curacao license, but if you wonder what’s wrong with the Curacao licensees, we will immediately explain that Curacao is a grey jurisdiction and players can hardly count on the protection of the authorities if they face an unfair treatment or have their winnings confiscated.
You can get in touch with a customer care agent via live chat or use the contact form on the website. However, as mentioned earlier, the waiting times were a bit too long for our liking.