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Malaysia Sports Betting Banking Methods

You want to get started betting on sports, horses or greyhounds, but want to learn about the best services available to deposit and withdraw funds from your sportsbook account.  I’ve outlined the kinds of banking methods below and the most accepted  methods within each category for service in Malaysia.  You will see that the most popular methods are generally available across each of the sportsbooks.  If you are interested in understanding the transaction size limits for each method, these vary by sportsbook.  In other words, the limit for Neteller will be different at each sportsbook.  I cover transaction limits with the high stakes sportsbooks on a page about high limit Malaysia sports betting.  Below this first section about the banking types and the respective companies in each category, I show you which methods are accepted by each sportsbook and the betting account currencies that are offered.  Note that each method may only support certain currencies.  In particular, for the Ringgit only Neteller, Skrill and Bank Transfers are available to you.  The rest of the banking options deal in other currencies.

Credit Cards like Visa and MasterCard are accepted by every sportsbook in my list.  Depending on your credit card company, your deposit may be treated with sportsbooks as cash advances, not purchases.  This means that your transaction may be eligible for interest charges from the moment of the transaction.  Check to see if this is in fact the case with your particular card if you wish to avoid these interest charges.  Maestro and Visa Debit and Visa Electron are considered “debit” solutions which allow you to debit funds from your associated bank account, which avoids interest charges.

Entropay is essentially a virtual Visa card which is prepaid - meaning there is no credit check or application required.  It allows you to pay instantly and privately so that you don’t share your financial information with the betting service, and your card statement won’t have a betting-related charge listed, but rather “Entropay”.  You can load your virtual Entropay Visa by using an actual credit card, your debit card or with your bank transfer and funds can easily be paid back onto your Entropay virtual Visa for transfer back to your original funding source.  If your funding source is a credit card, by using Entropay as the intermediary solution, you can avoid potential cash advance interest charges that might be applicable in your jurisdiction as your transaction with them will be treated as a purchase, not a cash advance.  The benefit of this is that funds can be transferred back onto the card for withdrawal at any local ATM.  Entropay is available in Malaysia.



Skrill (and Skrill One-Tap), Neteller, ClickandBuy and Click2Pay are some of the names you may have heard for online payments and transfers.  These are often referred to as e-wallets.  With them, you can link a credit card or bank account as a funding source to deposit money into your sportsbook account, or conversely, use them to withdraw winnings.  Most important for Malaysian bettors, Neteller and Skrill support Malaysian Ringgit account balances, so you may deposit and withdraws funds to and from an MYR betting account

The benefit of these e-wallet providers is that they allow you to move money electronically for very low fees, in very little time.  Depositing money is nearly instantaneous, and withdrawals are often processed within 24 hours at most sportsbooks.  They also provide a layer of insulation between the sportsbook and your funding source like a bank, making them a safe banking option.  Once the money is in or funding source attached, only the e-wallet, you and the recipient of funds will know about your transaction details.

An additional benefit of some of these e-wallets is their ability to allow you to access their service from your smartphone or mobile device.  Additionally, most of these e-wallet providers allow for transaction sizes large enough to accommodate the needs of almost every bettor.  All of the above should be available for use in Malaysia.



If you want to use funds from your bank account directly, there are two options for Malaysia, however, you may prefer the safety of e-wallets given the laws surrounding gambling in Malaysia.  Unless of course your bank is located outside of Malaysia.  If it is in Malaysia, you will leave a record that you transacted funds to an out-of-country company that deals in gambling.  E-wallets add a layer of anonymity.

Bank Wire Transfers are available at most sportsbooks and in almost every country of the world for transfer to sportsbooks.  Wire transfers may take a little longer to settle as a transaction but this method generally allows for extremely high limits and is thus very good for high rollers.  In Malaysia, you may want to think twice about this if your bank is also in Malaysia given the possible legal issues of sending money to a gambling company.

Some sportsbooks also accept old-fashioned cheques.



Ukash works like a gift card or gift certificate.   Simply find Ukash cards/vouchers at a retailers in Malaysia such as a news stand, petrol station etc. There you will be able to buy the Ukash code in denominations of a popular currency, likely USD.  The Ukash fee is built into the price of the card.  For example a card you may redeem for $50 at the sportsbook might cost $54.95.  You will then be able to redeem your Ukash voucher at by entering the PIN code and the corresponding amount at your sportsbook of choice.

Paysafecard is also a gift card-like solutions where you can buy in amounts of  $10, $30, $50 or $100 each with a unique 16-digit PIN.  You may combine up to ten cards for payments up to $1,000.  

Credit cards, debit cards and prepaid card solutions

E-wallet solution providers

Bank debit and transfer solutions

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Norwegian Kroner (NOK)

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Swedish Kronor (SEK)

Swiss Francs (CHF)

UK Pounds (GBP)

US Dollars (USD)

Australian Dollars (AUD)

Brazilian Reais (BRL)

Canadian Dollars (CAD)

Czech Koruna (CZK)

Danish Kroner (DKK)

Euros (EUR)

Hungarian Forint (HUF)


Australian Dollar (AUD)

Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Swiss Franc (CHF)

Danish Krone (DKK)

Euros (EUR)

Pounds Sterling (GBP)

Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)

Japanese Yen (JPY)

Swedish Krona (SEK)

Singapore Dollar (SGD)

US Dollar (USD)



Euros (EUR)

Pounds Sterling (GBP)

US Dollars (USD)

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New Zealand Dollars (NZD)

Norwegian Kroner (NOK)

Polish Zlotych (PLN)

Swedish Krona (SEK)

Singapore Dollars (SGD)

Taiwanese Dollars (TWD)

Thai Baht (THB)

UK Pounds (GBP)

United States Dollars (USD)

Australian Dollars (AUD)

Canadian Dollars (CAD)

Chinese Renminbi (RMB)

Czech Koruna (CZK)

Danish Kroner (DKK)

Euros (EUR)

Hong Kong Dollars (HKD)

Japanese Yen (JPY)

Malaysian Ringgits (MYR)

Mexican Pesos (MXN)

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