FAQ - Frequently asked questions

On this FAQ page you will find the most frequently asked questions from casino players from India and of course the corresponding answers.

Questions and answers:

1. Every player gets a casino bonus

Basically every player has the opportunity to receive a casino bonus, but this can differ slightly from casino to casino. In most cases, as a new player, you receive a so-called welcome bonus on your first deposit if you didn't have an account there before. This is usually a certain bonus amount and sometimes you even get a few free spins for free. The prerequisite for this is in any case that you have reached the age of 18!

There is more about casino bonuses here to find!

2. Are there dishonest online casinos?

Unfortunately there are some bad sheep at online casinos as well, but fortunately there are some easy ways to separate the wheat from the chaff.

First of all, at the casinos listed on top-online-casinos.in you will only find verified and reputable providers with whom you are in safe hands.

However, if you want to make sure for yourself whether you can trust the casinos or not, you should pay attention to the following features:

Does the provider have a valid license? On the provider's website, you can usually find an entry at the bottom of the page about the casino's gaming licenses. You should make sure that the casino has a license from the Maltese MGA, as this is considered particularly reliable. If the provider also has a license from the British UKGC, this is another positive sign.
Avoid providers with other licenses! There are a few other gaming licenses, but the MGA provides the greatest possible protection for players.

3. Why does the casino ask for a copy of my ID?

As in a normal casino, a online casino must also ensure that all customers are fully year-round and allowed to participate legally on gambling. In the rules, two different documents are requested during a payout. A photo document, such as a badge, driver's license or passport and a utility bill or a similar document, to credits.

This is a common practice in this industry and you usually don't have to worry about your data as the casinos are subject to the strictest data protection guidelines. In addition, such verification is required by the licensor and is not optional. If you can pay out larger sums at a casino without having to carry out a verification, this is more worth considering than the other way around.


Author

John Rich
Indian Expert Casino at Top-online-casinos.in
John Rich is a game developer and has tested a large number of the games on the market. He reviews new casinos and writes about casino news. Jürgen is our slot expert. Jürgen has a degree from the University of Marburg and plays chess in his free time.
Last update: 2020-06-12

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