Given that we’ve paid to pay slots ever since the creation of the first slot machine in the 19th century, it’s strange to think that in the 21st, we must make a distinction between “real-money slots” and “free-play slots.” Simply put, playing real money slots online combines aspects of Native American-run casinos and standard e-commerce transactions. Depositing and withdrawal benefit from the 1980s invention of the player card (which sadly did away with the classic fountain-of-coins effect after hitting a jackpot, by the way, mutter mutter, get those kids off my lawn, et cetera).
In between cashing in and cashing out, though, the software is ultimately a product of MMPORG games and downloading sites. No matter the technology or the way we pay, though, it’s still slot machines to us…
Fortune Games hosts free-play slots only, and these are essentially licensed to us by a casino website or game software designer/producer. However, Fortunes Games can direct you to a partnering casino at which real-money play – and players from your country – are allowed. All Fortune Games partnering casinos have been internationally certified as meeting the requirements of fair play and security.
To get to a quality-checked online casino and start playing the game of your choosing for real money, simply choose a game, click on the title of screenshot, and choose “real money” from the game window.
Once you’ve virtually entered the online casino, you’ll have to register in typical fashion of e-commerce websites. You won’t necessarily need to make a deposit straightaway, but you must do so before actually playing the slots for real money.
This depends on the given casino website, its physical location and the location of your bank. Typically, as long as the casino is accepting players from your country, it should also accept your credit or debit card.
Electronic payment methods (a.k.a. “eWallets”) are also quite commonly used, and some internet casinos accept a truly stunning range of such options. Note that the world’s most popular such electronic payment, PayPal, is a bit hit-or-miss with regard to online casino websites. Unless you’re located in, likesay, the U.K., don’t count on PayPal being accepted at your favorite online casino.
You’ve probably noticed the banner ads for special bonus offers at Fortune Games partnering casinos. To claim such a bonus – and every online casino worth its salt offers a welcome bonus – you’ll usually need to enter a promo code in the appropriate field on the registration screen. On first deposit at a given casino website, however, the welcome bonus may immediately be offered to you, with you needing only to click YES to get the supplementary free playing money.