You can view your available casino bonus and the original rollover requirement by clicking on “Bonuses” located on the Casino main page.
The rollover formula is the bonus amount multiplied by the rollover that is attached to the bonus. However, the rollover is generally higher for a casino bonus. This is the result of lower margin/juice/vig that is built in to each casino game. As this number is far lower for Casino than Sports you can accumulate more action in a shorter period of time, the rollover is higher on Casino bonuses to account for this.
It is important to note that a Sportsbook bonus can not be used in the Casino and that a Casino bonus can not be used in the Sportsbook. As such Sportsbook action does not count towards Casino rollover and Casino action does not count towards Sportsbook rollover.
Example: You deposit $100 and receive the 100% casino bonus with a forty time rollover. You must meet the rollover for the deposit $100 plus 40x the bonus amount:
|Deposit||Deposit Rollover||Bonus 100%||Bonus Rollover||Rollover Requirement = Deposit Rollover and Bonus Rollover|
|$100||1x ($100)**||$100||40x ($4000)||$4,100|
**Note: All deposits come with a 1x wagering requirement.
Therefore, before you can request a payout after accepting a Casino bonus, you must get $4000 in wagering contributions toward your rollover before the payout will be approved.
Most casino games do not reward the player with 1:1 dollars wagered towards rollover. The following table shows how the wagering contribution for casino games is calculated.
Craps, All Progressive Jackpot Games, Roulette (All versions)
|Pirate 21, Blackjack Super 7, Pai Gow, 21 Burn, Ride’m Poker, All forms of Keno, Red Dog, Pontoon, Top Card Trumps||5%|
|Baccarat, Blackjack (American & European), Poker 3, Oasis Poker, Single Deck Blackjack, Triple Edge Poker, Caribbean Poker, Three Card Poker, Video Poker (All Types)||10%|
|Draw High-Lo, 3 Card Rummy, Virtual Racebook||20%|
|Scratcherz, Predictor, Slots & 3D Slots (progressive jackpot games excluded)||100%|
Using the above example, the player was required to make $4000 in total wagers before requesting a payout. Please note that this number refers to money risked not money lost – you could technically complete the requirements and have the exact same balance you did when you started and still be able to request a withdrawal. The wagering obligations are only to ensure that players don’t receive a bonus and immediately cash out with the extra funds.
If the player did $4000 worth of blackjack hands, it would count $400 towards their wagering contribution ($4000 x 10%). If they then played $4000 worth of action in Draw High-Lo it would count $800 towards their wagering contribution ($4000 x 20%).
At this point, the player would have achieved $1200 of the required $4000 to request a payout:
Starting Rollover: $4,000
Blackjack Play: -$400
Draw High-Lo: -$800
Remaining Rollover: = $2,800
If they then played $2800 worth of slots spins, they would get $2800 towards the wagering requirement ($2800 x 100%).
Remaining Rollover: $2,800
Slots Play: -$2,800
Remaining Rollover = $0
The wagering contribution would then be complete and the winnings could be immediately requested in a payout. (Select Bitcoin for the fastest results!)