Some of your Questions:

Q. What Do I Need To Do To Get Started?

First, find a casino that's right for you. You might be attracted by a healthy welcome bonus or a range of slots. Maybe you're looking for roulette or blackjack to play at small stakes. Once you've picked one of our top-rated sites, download the software or log in via your browser. (You'll need a username and password to get started.)

Q. How old do I need to be to gamble online?

To play for real money at most online casinos you must be a minimum of 18 years of age. In some jurisdictions you might need to be older. You must abide by the applicable laws in your area.

Q. What Kinds Of Games Can I Play?

Most casinos offer a spread of slots, roulette and blackjack, plus other table games you will find in your local bricks n' mortar casino like baccarat and Casino Hold'em. The best casinos offer 300+ games in total, including progressive jackpots.

Q. Do I Have To Play For Real Money?

No. Many casinos let you try games out for free with 'practice money'. Some will let you try games out without the need to register or log in first.

Q. Who Are The Best Software Developers To Look Out For?

You'll find a list of games developers on the casino homepage. Major developers like Playtech, Microgaming, NetEnt, and IGT provide slots and table games to casinos online and most have branded games based on popular Hollywood films or TV shows. Most major developers also offer progressive jackpot games which give players the chance to win multi-million pound prizes. All developers will be properly licensed and will have their software tested before it hits the casino lobby.

Q. How Do I Make A Real-Money Deposit?

Once you have an online casino account you’ll be able to make deposits via the on-site Cashier. You will have to register debit or credit cards with the site before depositing. However, deposits are quick and most UK-facing casinos won't charge a fee. You can also load up using a virtual 'e-Wallet' or send cash direct from your bank account.

Q. Can I Withdraw Winnings?

Yes. It's easy to withdraw money to your bank account or e-Wallet via the Cashier. There will usually be a short processing period during which you can "reverse" the withdrawal. In some cases, you may have to cash out your winnings to the same method you used to deposit with. This is purely for security and anti-money laundering purposes.

Q. What Kinds Of Prizes Can I Win?

The beauty of online casinos is that you can bet from small stakes - much smaller than you will find in a land-based casino. The odds of winning differ from game to game, but it's possible to win prizes worth millions on "progressive" slots that have jackpots linked to games on other casino sites. Check out our game odds page to find the best games to play.

Q. How Can I Claim A Bonus?

Most online casinos offer new players a 'welcome bonus' which "matches" a first deposit 100 or 200%. First, deposit and play eligible games over a set time period. Any deposited cash must be "wagered" in order for the bonus money to be claimed. It's common to wager a deposit 30-40 times over before being able to withdraw the cash.

Q. Do All Casinos Offer Bonuses?

Most casinos offer a bonus of some kind. It's important to find a casino that offers promotions beyond the initial welcome bonus. These can be in the form of free slots spins, reload bonuses (which act like deposit 'match' bonuses on further load-ups) or leaderboard challenges which reward players who win the most in a certain period.

Q. How Do I Know That A Casino Is Safe?

We’ve been long enough in the industry to see even reputable gambling operators come crashing down overnight because of avarice or mismanagement in their business. Having said that the safest casinos will be fully licensed, regulated, have encryption technology in place, like the online casinos we have listed on main page they all have a solid reputation for treating players well and, most importantly, for paying them in a reasonable timeframe.

All good online casinos are protected with SSL (Secure Socket Layers) encryption. These ensure that players' details and funds are kept safe. It is a stipulation of a licenced casino that funds are segregated in the case of a big win. Age verification is also performed on anyone making a withdrawal.

Q. Are The Games Fair?

Games must be independently tested before hitting the casino lobby. Developers themselves must hold gaming licenses in order to operate. Games are regularly tested by external bodies like Technical Systems Testing (TST), eCOGRA, iTech Labs and Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) to ensure they are fair and random.

Q. Do Online Casinos Work With Mac Or Do I Need A PC?

Today’s online casinos work with most computers. Most sites let you play on a PC, Mac, Chromebook, or Linux computer.

Q. Can I Play On My Mobile Or Tablet?

Yes. Most slots and table games are adapted to work on a small touch-screen. Betting and functions are done by swiping or tapping the screen. However, you can still access the same casino areas like the Cashier or Customer Support. Logging in is done with the same username and password as the online client. In some cases, you can download an app from the App Store or Google Play Store. Most of the time, you can just log in via your mobile web browser and play from there if your Wi-Fi is strong enough.

Q. Will I Find The Same Number Of Mobile Games As Online?

Not necessarily. Not every online casino game is adapted for mobile, so it depends on the developer. An online client with 400 games may only offer a fraction of that for the mobile version.

Q. Are there any casinos online that aren’t rigged?

We personally don't know of a casino that is rigged. The thing is, most online casinos use software provided to them by a (reputable) 3rd party. They don’t have nothing to do with the software, how it works, etc. If a casino is bad, it’s usually going to be in paying players their winnings, bonuses or promotions.