What is wagering?

Wagering is the amount you need to bet on the games to convert your bonus into withdraw-able cash. Each bet you make on the games moves you one step closer to completing the wagering requirement.

After you’ve met a wager requirement, the bonus winnings for that particular bonus will be added to your real balance. You can then choose to keep playing with your real balance or to withdraw your winnings.

You will be able to check your wagering target and the progress if you click on the "My Account" section and then scroll down to "Bonus History".

Here's an example on how wager requirements work:

Let’s say you accept a bonus offer that rewards you with a bonus equal to your deposit amount (this example bonus offer does not represent actual bonus offers). You then deposit $20, and you receive $20 in bonus funds.

Your balance breakdown will now show you have $20 in real balance (from your deposit) and $20 in bonus balance (from the bonus offer).

When you start playing, you will automatically use up your cash balance first (which will be part of the playable balance along with the bonus funds). Let’s say you get lucky and win a total of $200 while betting all of the $20 bonus. You will now have $20 in real balance, zero in bonus balance and $200 in bonus wins for that session.

However, these bonus wins will be added to your bonus balance until you’ve reached the wagering requirement for this bonus. You will not be able to withdraw these pending winnings of $200 until the wagering is completed.

To see the wagering requirements for this bonus, you can select "Bonus history" after clicking on the "My Account" section.

Here you see that the wager requirement for this bonus is $150. This means that for your $200 in bonus wins to become available, you first need to bet a total of $150 in our online casino.

You can bet on any casino game to increase this wager progress. However, please keep in mind that different casino games contribute differently to your wager progress. You can check the wager progress information for each game in the Terms and Conditions for each bonus offer.

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