eWallets – General Information and Details eWallets are digital wallets and they are an easy and fast way to move your money to/from any sports betting and Daily Fantasy sports provider. Compared to a usual bank transfer, you don’t have to wait days to receive the money. Your money will usually be credited within minutes and you can start to invest. The most common providers with the highest availability and best benefits are NETELLER, Skrill and ecoPayz. Regulation & History Skrill and NETELLER have an e-money record with the UK government and are regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the United Kingdom. They are not a bank and do not lend customers’ funds. NETELLER allows you to purchase Bitcoins. While Skrill (previously Moneybookers) is available for paying at important merchants like eBay, Skype, and Facebook with their direct deposit option, NETELLER is only available as a standard MasterCard payment. As of 2015, Optimal Payments, the mother company of NETELLER, bought Skrill, so it is now effectively one company. Now it is also possible to fund your NETELLER account via Skrill and vice versa. EcoPayz was founded in 2000 and is, with almost 16 years, one of the longest established eWallets in the world. They are regulated by the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), which operates independently of the UK government. Benefits of Using eWallets for Sport Bettors and Daily Fantasy Players Sport bettors like to use different providers to get the best odds. Therefore, they often need to split their bankroll and move their money from one bookmaker to another. eWallets are the fastest and easiest way to do that. Sports bettors and Daily Fantasy players also benefit from the Skrill MasterCard, NETELLER Net+ MasterCard, and ecoPayz ecoCard to access their funds cheaply and conveniently wherever MasterCard is accepted. Besides that, sports bettors and Daily Fantasy players can easily make money by just moving their funds. Skrill, NETELLER, and ecoPayz clients will be rewarded for using their account and for making transactions to sports betting and Daily Fantasy sites. To deposit money to your eWallet, you can use your local bank account, your credit card, or p2p transfer from a friend.