Casino Payments

With it being a white label casino platform provider, essentially White Hat Gaming is just a ‘gateway’ for payment processors and so accepts a diverse range of different payment forms and methods. With it being so widely used, all the payment methods that White Hat Gaming use are incredibly reliable, safe and secure.

Payment methods accepted:

White Hat Gaming’s casinos accept over 20 different payment forms and methods including Visa, Maestro, Mastercard and Dotpay.

You’ve probably heard of the ones listed above, But here are some of the popular payment methods that White Hat casinos use that you may not have heard of:


Boku is an incredibly popular method to deposit money into your playing account, and a commonly used payment method for online casinos and online gambling. The ease and versatility of using Boku is probably one of the main reasons why – you don’t even need your debit or credit card to deposit into your account and none of your private financial or banking information is shared with the casino. You simply use your phone and pay by either your phone credit or your phone bill. Yes, it really is that easy – you don’t even need to register or sign up to use it!

The only downside of Boku is the fact you’re on a set limit of depositing £30 a day, which may be too little for some people. Boku also doesn’t have that many promotions or offers for using them.


The Paysafecard is a great option if you want to be financially safe and secure. It’s a Prepaid card option for funding your account – they also have an app aswell – where you have a card with a 16-digit PIN code. When you go to a White Hat Gaming casino site that accepts the Paysafecard as a form of payment, you simply enter this 16-digit code and your funds are available to use immediately. This option is very useful  and something to think about if you want to separate your casino expenses and everyday living costs.

One thing to note about the Paysafecard is that you won’t be able to withdraw any of your online casino winnings and so will need a different payment method to get your winnings into your bank account.

Pay by Phone

Another easy method of funding your online casino gaming account is to pay for it by phone. Got a prepaid phone balance? Great – you can simply use some of your funds out of that in the casino of your choice if it accepts pay by phone. Or maybe you’re on contract – same thing. You can easily top up and then the deposit you make will come out of your monthly phone bill. Again, this is a safe option, where none of your financial information is shared with the casino, making it great if you worry about that.

If you are going to fund your account by pay by phone though make sure you realise a few points; Not every phone provider, country or casino accepts it and you won’t be able to withdraw any of your winnings by the same method – you’ll need a separate payment method for that.


With the mission to make online payments fast, simple and secure, Trustly is one of the newer payment methods available for online casinos. With big success is Europe, it serves over 29 countries including the UK, Sweden and Finland. Although it’s quite new, it processes over a million transactions a month! It allows for speedy and simple payment online without having to sign up or register for a Trustly account – you simply need to know your bank account details and have enough in said account to deposit. Finally, Trustly not only allows you to deposit funds but also withdraw them.


Skrill is an online E-Wallet that has been around for a while – since 2001. Because of its age, it’s known as one of the most reputable payment methods and has huge, huge popularity with online casinos. The safety and ease of Skrill has earned it a favourite for online casinos in the UK and UK players. You can get playing super-fast with Skrill – create an account on your mobile, PC or tablet, link your bank account/card or prepaid voucher, then get playing!

Outside of the UK, quite a few banks don’t support Skrill which can be a downside for some players. Another thing to take into account is the fact some bank transfer methods when getting your funds out of a Skrill account can charge upto 7.5% in fees!

These are just a few of the more well known and secure ways you can fund your accounts on any of the White Hat Casino sites.