We are sending out winnings from Europe, Sweden. When we are sending money internationally, we need to know the SWIFT/BIC code to successfully send the money to the bank or transfer service.
BIC stands for Bank Identifier Code (also known as SWIFT). A SWIFT/BIC consists of 8-11 characters used to identify a specific bank in an international transaction, to make sure the money is going to the correct place. It is important you do provide correct SWIFT/BIC in order for us to send out a successful withdrawal to your bank account.
You can ask your bank if you are unsure about your SWIFT/BIC, or you can try and search and find your BIC/SWIFT here.
*Sending money to a Canadian bank account does require a transit number. Make sure to provide your bank account number with the routing/transit number included. Contact your bank if you are not sure what your transit number is.
**Bank accounts in the USA do require that you are adding "00" or "FW" in front of the provided BIC number.