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Deposit limits: Everything you need to know

Deposit limits will sometimes prevent you from depositing. We have 2 types of deposit limits, payment processor limits and self-imposed limits.

This article breaks down everything you need to know about self-imposed deposit limits.

Why can’t I deposit?

If you’ve set up your own deposit limits, it's possible that you've reached your self-imposed deposit limit. And if you haven't set any self-imposed deposit limits, it's possible that you've reached the maximum deposit limit for the payment method you're trying to use.

Why can’t I increase my deposit limit?

We encourage our players to play responsibly and to set deposit limits that support this. So if the limit you're trying to set is too high, we might have to reject the request.

How long does it take for my limit increase to kick in?

After you make your request to increase a deposit limit, your new limit will be approved after 24 hours or 48 hours (depending on your jurisdiction). You can read more about it here.

How do deposit limits work?

You can set a limit for how much you can deposit per day, week, or month.

Self-imposed deposit limits are cumulative. This means that when you set up a weekly deposit limit, for instance, all deposits you've made during the previous seven days will count towards your new limit.

Here's a few examples:

  • For a daily limit: if you deposited $10 in the past 24 hours, you will be $10 into your new limit.
  • For a weekly limit: if you deposited $10 within the last 7 days, you'll be $10 into your new limit.
  • For a monthly limit: if you deposited $10 within the last 30 days, you'll be $10 into your new limit.

Important:
Deposit limits may work differently depending on your jurisdiction.

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