Wirecard Casinos

The following casinos all accept Wirecard, formally known as Click2Pay, as a deposit and withdrawal method. Wirecard works as a virtual debit card allowing you to have all the benefits of using the normal plastic found in your wallet, but without actually having to use the one connected to your bank.

UK Casinos That Accept Wirecard

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Wirecard is a third party payment processor which allows customers to fund an online account using traditional banking methods such as card deposit or bank transfer, more commonly known as an e-wallet. However, unlike most other e-wallets, Wirecard is like a virtual Mastercard, with its own security number and card number.

Since they started business, Wirecard have been popular amongst those who use online casinos and the service is used in more than 180 countries worldwide and it operates in many different languages and currencies, so it truly is an international product. They have been known in the past as Click2pay but after a rebrand now operate solely under the name of Wirecard (who owned Click2pay in the first place) but just like Click2pay, they are popular with those using online casinos for their exemplary customer service and their sound security record.

How to Use Wirecard at an Online Casino

Once you have set up your account with Wirecard, it is fairly easy to use the method to deposit into your online casino account.


  1. Head to the cashier/deposit section on your favourite online casino.
  2. Proceed as you would if using a Mastercard and enter the details for your Wirecard entering details such as name on card, CV2 number etc.
  3. Enter the amount you wish to deposit.
  4. The funds should then be transferred to your online account almost immediately.


  1. Withdrawing to your Wirecard account is as simple as depositing using the payment processor.
  2. Simply go to withdraw your funds as normal but select the Wirecard option.
  3. You will be asked how much you wish to withdraw and you may well be prompted to enter your Wirecard details.
  4. Please note that only some online casinos accept Wirecard withdrawals and if you wish to use Wirecard for your casino account it is worth looking at whether they accept Wirecard before playing.


Whilst the Wirecard name may be knew to many, especially given the recent re-brand, they are not some rogue start-up company and their shares are openly traded on the Frankfurt stock exchange. This means that they have to adhere to certain business rules and regulations so you know you’re dealing with a legitimate and trustworthy firm.

As with any e-wallet, the major benefit to using Wirecard is the anonymity and extra security afforded by its services, as your card details won’t be stored on the casino website and you will also avoid the problem of banks withholding funds from your account as they themselves will not be directly dealing with the online account.


The stereotype plays out here and with Wirecard being a German company the famed German attention to detail makes the sign up process slightly more lengthy than it should be, although it is a massive improvement on the old Click2pay website which was one of the most unnavigable sites imaginable with a multitude of unnecessary questions and box ticking exercises!

One of the major drawbacks of Wirecard is that if you want to withdraw your money from your Wirecard account then you can only withdraw via bank transfer for free. If you wish to withdraw to a card then Wirecard will send you one for 10 euros or a paper cheque for the sum of 20 euros. Finally, the fact that they aren’t on many of the big casino sites may well mean it isn’t worthwhile using Wirecard for your online casino account.