Casinos that accept Wirecard

On this page we list casinos that accept Wirecard for banking transactions, either for deposits into or withdrawals out of your casino account. By default the list is sorted by our rating of the casino.

List of casinos that support Wirecard transactions

Wirecard in the context of online gambling payment methods refers specifically to the virtual card product that it offers to customers. It is not to be confused with Wirecard AG, its parent company that primarily works to provide a wide range of online payment solutions and whose products enable a bevy of other payment methods to do what they do. Providers such as Paypal, Moneybookers, Girpay, Przlewy24,, Sofort, and scores of other services are all clients of Wirecard AG, as are apparently around 14,000 different merchants around the world. Wirecard AG was founded in 1999, currently employs around 500 people, and is headquartered just outside of Munich, Germany.

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Wirecard payments at online casinos

It is easiest to think of Wirecard as a kind of virtual debit card, for one signs up and uses a Wirecard much the same way as one would a debit card. To get things started, first go to the company’s website and apply for a card. You will have to give the normal details as you normally would when signing up for such a service. The next step is to fund the card with a bank account, so you will have to link your wirecard to a bank account of your choice.

Using the card is very simple and straightforward. Simply use it wherever it is accepted, and that happens to be most places where Mastercard is accepted. You may use the card to make deposits and, in many instances, to make withdrawals as well. The card is also safe and has the backing of both Mastercard and Visa.

So, what are its drawbacks? Nearest we can tell, there are not too many to list here. Perhaps the only one is that it appears to be open to gamers in Europe, effectively shutting off many potential customers from around the world.