Chinese Online Casinos

Because of the massive growth of the online gambling industry in China, many sites now offer casino games in the Chinese language. Players who prefer to play in Chinese can choose from any of the Chinese online casinos in the list below.

Commonly Accepted Currencies

The majority of casinos that offer games in Chinese are tailored primarily to players in China or surrounding countries. As such, some of the most commonly accepted currencies at these casinos include the Chinese renminbi, the New Taiwan dollar, the Japanese yen, and the Hong Kong dollar. Many of the sites also allow play internationally, and so other currencies like the euro and the US dollar may also be accepted.

Serviced Countries

Casinos that use the Chinese language are typically geared towards the Southeast Asian market. However, a good number of them allow play from most regions of the world. If you are interested in playing in one of the casinos in our Chinese casino list, you can find out if your country is accepted by going to the registration page and looking at the country list. You should also be able to contact the casino's support department and ask if you are still not sure.

Multilingual Gaming

Many Chinese-speaking online casinos offer other languages. These commonly include Simplified Chinese, English, Japanese, and Spanish. If the casino has a very international focus, other languages may be available as well. Please note that not all of the casinos in the list above use Chinese as their primary language. As such, you may need to locate a Chinese flag or the letters “CH” to change the language to Chinese.

Banking Options

Chinese online casinos usually feature a number of deposit and withdrawal options. The most common means of depositing at Chinese online casinos include international and domestic e-wallet solutions, special money transfer services, debit or credit cards, and direct bank transfers. Some of these deposit options may carry fees, and not all of the methods shown may be available to players in your country.

To withdraw from a Chinese online casino, players usually choose either an e-wallet withdrawal or a bank transfer. However, some of the sites offer alternatives like paper cheques and other money transfer providers. Check the casino cashier for the applicable fees and withdrawal timeframes for each method before choosing.

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