Slovak is the official language of the country of Slovakia. It is commonly spoken in nearby countries as well. A number of online casinos allow players to use the Slovak language. To see which casinos offer this language, check out our list of Slovak casinos below.
Commonly Accepted Currencies
Slovak online casinos often use the euro for financial transactions and for player balances. Some of the casinos also offer additional currencies, such as the Czech koruna, the Russian ruble, or the US dollar. You can find out what currencies are used at a particular Slovak online casino by going to the site's "banking" or "cashier" page.
Online casinos that allow players to use the Slovak language often allow players to sign up throughout Europe and sometimes internationally. Others do not have as many supported countries. If you would like to try and play at one of these Slovak casinos, we recommend that you visit the sign-up page or contact support to find out if your country is accepted.
Players at Slovak-speaking online casinos can usually choose from other languages, such as Czech, Russian, Serbian, Bulgarian, and English. Please note that not all of these languages are available at all Slovak casinos, and some Slovak casinos offer other languages. You can change the language of a casino's website by clicking on a flag or initials that represent a particular language.
Slovak online casinos usually offer a wide variety of banking options. To deposit, players can often choose from credit and debit cards, popular e-wallet solutions, and domestic or international bank transfers. Some of these Slovak casinos also offer regional options that are only available to players in certain countries.
Withdrawals at Slovak casinos are typically done by e-wallet withdrawals. Players can usually choose to withdraw by cheque, money order, or bank transfer as well. However, not all of these options are available at all Slovak casinos, and players who deposited by an e-wallet are often required to withdraw back to the same e-wallet. To see a particular casino's banking options, look for the “Cashier” or “Banking” page on their site.