Safety, security, speed and ease. Most mobile casino players will agree that these four requirements are the most important when it comes to deciding upon the methods through which they will deposit and withdraw money from their accounts. One leading option which addresses all four of these needs is Skrill – a payment transfer system which sells itself on the trust both players and casinos entrust in it.
With over a decade of experience completing online money transfers, Skrill’s ability to handle money safely, and ensure that deposits and withdrawals are made with minimal fuss and in the shortest time, has made it an industry favourite. The service has long been used for deposits, and an increasing number of players are opting for it for withdrawals too.
In this category we look at everything related to Skrill, from its inner workings, to the casinos which accept it for deposits. We’ll test the system to its limits, and compare it to other banking options from around the mobile casino world.
Operating on nearly 75% of mobile casinos , Skrill has to be one of the most widely used and best eWallets out there alongside Neteller and PayPal. And it’s little wonder as to why — it’s simple to use and offers a faster and better alternative to wire transfer payments. But which casinos offer Skrill? More to the point, which ones are the best? It’s all well and good trying to find Skrill casinos (not very difficult) but to find casinos of actual quality that provide Skrill is what’s at stake here.
Never fear, dear player. We at Droid Slots have compiled a list of the 5 best casinos that use Skrill as a depositing service — in no particular order. Continue reading →
If you’re looking for an e-wallet to use at your mobile casino, then there’s two clear front runners. Skrill or Neteller. Both e-wallets are widely considered to be some of the best and most used e-wallets around.
But when it comes to which is better out of the two, especially when it comes to which one is better suited for using with mobile casinos; that can be a harder decision. This comparison will break down all the strengths and weaknesses of both Skrill and Neteller, to help you make that choice. Continue reading →
Skrill and Paypal are the two biggest e-Wallets. Both of them are making a big push into European markets and so both are the best bets for e-Wallet depositing at mobile casinos.
To help you make the best choice possible with your e-Wallet depositing and withdrawing, we’ll run you through the best and worst points about both Skrill and Paypal, to help you decide which is the e-Wallet for you. Continue reading →
Pingit is the one of the latest players in the mobile payment industry, allowing users to send money to each other, simply by using a mobile number. Launched by Barclays in 2012, the free app has since been downloaded 3 million times. Over £600 million has been sent through the service! Its successful entry may be due to the fact that it is the first service of its kind; we musn’t discredit the fact that it is also quick, convenient, secure and easy to use.
How is Pingit doing in the mobile casino industry? Not so well, unfortunately! It is up against some stiff competition from credit cards, e-wallets and SMS payments. Each of these have been around since the dawn of internet banking, making it hard for any new competitor to change players’ habits. The question is: Are we missing out on a gem? We’ll pit Pingit against other popular payment options such as Boku, Paypal, Credit cards and e-wallets. The winner shall be the one that is most easy to use, available to all and above all, secure.
Since November last year when Skrill acquired Ukash, Skrill has been working towards merging Ukash and Paysafecard. Over the past few weeks this operation has been completed and now, alas, Ukash is no more. With the two payment methods in Skrill’s arsenal, and the two basically doing the same thing (coverting pre-paid cash into online PIN codes) it seemed a certain eventuality that the two would merge. ‘But Ukash is the only one for me! What will happen now?!‘ I hear you cry, so today we’ll get to the bottom how the merger will affect you and what to do next. Continue reading →
In a move that sees two giants from the mobile and online casino banking world come together, Skrill has announced that is has signed an agreement to acquire Ukash. Regular readers of Droid Slots should already be familiar with both banking methods, and will know that they are two of our most favoured banking options when it comes to managing money at mobile casinos. But why has Skrill opted to buy Ukash, and what does it mean for the players who use both or either service every day? Continue reading →
Recently we published a feature article about the 4 most popular e-wallets in the UK real money mobile gaming industry. We identified that Bitcoin, PayPal, Skrill and Neteller have been the preferred ones, with Skrill and Neteller being more popular than the other two. In this article, we intend to focus on Skrill and Neteller, and identify whichof them is more widely used, and why?
With so many banking options (or payment options) at your fingertips, it is difficult to choose the best ones when you play real money mobile games. One is spoilt for choice among options like debit & credit cards, prepaid cards, phone billing services, prepaid vouchers, and e-wallets. Skrill is one such e-wallet service that is rising in popularity in the UK. Our sister site, Mobile Slots 4U, recently published a feature article on Skrill, which is definitely worth reading for a low down on Skrill and their offerings. The focus of this particular article is to discuss 4 reasons why we believe you should use Skrill while spinning your luck on mobile.