Online Casinos Accepting US Players

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This is a list of the best online casinos which are open to US casino players. The list is kept accurate and updated often.

This page is specific to casinos.  If you would like further info about US online poker rooms please go to our USA poker sites page.

Last Updated: December 1, 2014 at 12:28am

Reputable Casinos Open to the USA

ClubUSAcasino.com – Time tested to be the most trustworthy online casino to service Americans. Depositing (instant) is pretty easy and withdraws (cash transfer 5-7 days, bank wire 6-8 days, and checks 9-11 days) are fast.

WinPalace.com – RTG Casino with quick deposit and withdraw (cash transfer 4-7 days, bank wire 7-9 days, and checks 11-13 days) speeds and least likely to withdraw from the US market.  A lot of people have been choosing this site because they are staying on top of things for US players.

  BetOnline.ag – I’m a big fan of the software they use and the 3D elements in the games; some of the better software I’ve tested. Withdrawal times are solid (cash transfer 2-3 days, bank wire 5-12 days, and checks 6-14 days).

CoolCatCasino.com – (Currently having below average deposit success) Caters to the US market with live chat support for assistance if you are having problems with getting accepted from the US.

US Accepted Specific Casino Game Guides

Major Brand Networks that Left the USA

  • Microgaming – as of Nov. 10, 2008
  • GoldenPalace skins (Playtech)
  • PartyGaming
  • Playtech
  • Wagerlogic
  • Random Logic
  • Kismet
  • Boss Media
  • Pinnacle

US Casino Deposit Methods

Please visit our U.S poker – casino deposit section for tracking.  Dates along with US flags denote US acceptance or not.

11 States Where Some Casinos are Not Taking Players

Delaware
Kentucky
Louisiana – considered a felony to gamble online
Maryland
Missouri
Nevada
New Jersey
New York
Oregon
Utah
Washington  – considered a felony to gamble online

Casinos NOT Taking US Players

The list is long, so we have created a new page for this.  Here are the casinos that banned US players.

About US Online Casinos

Ever since the UIGEA was passed in 2006 it’s been a mess, but believe it or not things have been improving.  It’s been a weird turn of events.  Despite a lot of casinos leaving the US market, not all that much has changed.  Well, actually a ton has changed but play at online casinos still goes on, maybe even more than before.

The majority of the changes have been occurring with gambling at state casinos. Brick and mortar casinos are looking into state run online casinos and expanding legal US casinos, like New Jersey is currently doing, to increase much needed tax revenues into the second decade of the millennium.  So far, many states have not been too successful but they are putting money into seeing it happens eventually.  Online casino US accepted sites will continue to be in demand during this slow recession and people prefer not to travel.

Most of the US online casinos have just adapted to the environment and come up with innovative deposit mechanisms to support US casino players.  It’s almost like it’s easier to deposit into a gambling site now, than it was before.  The one major thing is we did lose quite a few 3rd party ewallets which was a pain, but credit cards have been in popular demand.

Players from the US are demanding reputable, fast payout casinos, and so do we which is why we constantly change and monitor this page to make sure only responsible casinos are listed here.  We put our name behind these casinos because of their quality payout and deposit options, responsibility to players, customer support and player rewards.

This page was made for informational purpose.  All information is meant to be as accurate as possible.  Due to constant changes in the USA online casino market some information may be out dated.  While we update this page multiple times during the week, things can happen overnight that would affect certain online casinos for US players.

Updated by Roger

Page Disclaimer:  Please read our full disclaimer for US players.  We do not suggest that US players deposit and play at these online casinos.  We recommend to use this page for informational purposes to keep yourself aware. While gambling online is legal, each state may have separate laws so we must suggest you view your local laws before placing real money bets.