The Switch card is an electronic debit card that was a part of the Maestro network, owned by MasterCard. Like its sister card, the Solo card, both options were designed to process funds transfers from your current bank account to an online or offline merchant. The Switch card has been phased out and now is mentioned as 'Switch to Maestro' on the brand's website, officially eliminated from this network effective 2007, leaving the Solo and Maestro brands to maintain MasterCard's presence in the prepaid card arena. The transition was seamless as existing Switch card account holders were simply moved over to either a Solo or Maestro debit card option. Merchants accepting this debit card were already a part of the Maestro / Solo card network; hence they didn't really experience much in the way of volume or procedural changes.
Players interested in the former Switch branded debit card can consider either Maestro Card casino deposits or Solo Card casino payment methods, depending on which one your bank uses. Visa also offers a prepaid a couple of debit card options, known as the Delta Debit card and the Visa Electron debit card. So it really just depends on your preference of both the Visa or MasterCard core brand, and which options are available at your bank. The casinos listed below were former Switch card casinos, and they remained in the network to now accept Maestro, Solo or both.