Dream Vegas is a slot-centric online casino with a virtual Vegas theme. It’s all the glitz and glamour of Sin City without any of the leafleteers or heatstroke.
Dream Vegas is owned by White Hat Gaming Limited. It’s a brand I have covered a few times and one that seems to operate dozens of casinos, including Jackpot Village. The themes used on Dream Vegas and Jackpot Village are actually very similar and have clearly been built from the same template. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though, as it’s a good theme and a strong layout.
It only becomes a problem if they replicate it dozens of times and adopt a cookie-cutter approach to building online casinos, and they have yet to go down that route.
The Dream Vegas Welcome Bonus offers all new players a 100% match up to £300, along with 150 Free Spins. However, you won’t get all of those spins unless you deposit over £200:
- Deposit of £20 to £100 = £20 to £100 in bonus credits and 50 spins on Starburst or Aloha
- Deposit of £101 to £200 = £101 to £200 in bonus credits and 100 spins on Gonzo’s Quest, Starburst, Aloha, or Twin Spins
- Deposit of £200+ = Bonus of £200+ (max £300) plus 150 Free Spins on all qualifying NetEnt slots
The bonus is only offered to new players over 18, and all funds are subject to a wagering requirement of 35x. That might not sound like much, but it applies to both the bonus and the deposit, so if you deposit £100 and get an additional £100 in credits, that’s £7,000 that you must wager.
The aforementioned Welcome Bonus is just the tip of the iceberg. Dream Vegas keeps players incentivised by offering a slew of reload offers, including matched deposit bonuses, spins, and giveaways. There are daily and weekly offers, as well as massive seasonal offers that you’ll see a few times a year.
Keep an eye on the Promotions page and join as many of these as you can. Just make sure you check the Terms and Conditions first as you may find that certain payment methods are excluded or that you need to meet specific wagering requirements.
Slots and Table Games
Dream Vegas has a couple of exclusive slot machines, which I was pleasantly surprised to find. These are created by developers like Pragmatic Play and Spin Play Games, so they’re more than just token gestures and actually have substance.
Elsewhere, you’ll find a broad selection of slots and table games from the likes of NetEnt, Play’n GO, Hacksaw Gaming, Pushing Gaming, Blueprint Gaming, and Scientific Games. The games are neatly organised by type and provider and there are sections for Must Go Jackpots, Live Dealer Games, Drops & Wins, Poker, Blackjack, and Roulette.
All games are mobile-friendly and there are hundreds to choose from. You’ll find features such as Megaways, Cascading Reels, Walking Wilds, Locked Wilds, and Hold and Win. It also features several Jackpot King slots from Blueprint Gaming, which happen to be my favourite type of slot.
It’s hard to find fault with the selection. Of course, if you’re looking for bingo games then you most certainly will be disappointed. But if it’s slots and table games you want, you can’t go wrong.
Deposits and Withdrawals
You must deposit a minimum of £20 on Dream Vegas and there is also a minimum withdrawal of £20. This is a little higher than usual.
Dream Vegas accepts payments using a variety of debit cards, e-wallets, and instant payment services. These include Skrill, Neteller, PaysafeCard, PayPal, and Visa. Payments are processed quickly.
Verdict: Dream Vegas Review
Dream Vegas is very similar to Jackpot Village. If you liked one of these sites, you’ll almost certainly like the other. The one way in which it differs is that Dream Vegas is a little more generous when it comes to its Welcome Bonus and loyalty promotions. There are many more offers on Dream Vegas than there are on Jackpot Village, so if you’re only going to join on, make sure it’s Dream Vegas.
- Good Games
- Good Welcome Bonuses
- Loyalty Bonuses
- Mobile Friendly
- Similar to Other Sites
- High Minimum Deposit
At a Glance
- Owner: White Hat Gaming Limited
- Licenses: UK and Malta
- Theme: Las Vegas
- Minimum Deposit: £20
- Licence Holder:
White Hat Gaming Limited
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Dream Vegas FAQ
Who Owns Dream Vegas?
Dream Vegas is owned by White Hat Gaming Limited. It’s an established and trusted brand with a hand in operating a broad number of online casinos.
Is Dream Vegas Licensed?
Dream Vegas holds licenses from both the United Kingdom Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. Only the former applies to players in the UK but the latter means that Dream Vegas can operate in countries across northern European and a handful of other destinations.
Can I Play Dream Vegas on Mobile?
Dream Vegas is fully supported on mobile and you can play using Android and iOS devices. There’s no download needed—just play through your mobile browser. Everything that you can do on desktop can also be done on your mobile device.
Can I Win a Jackpot on Dream Vegas?
Yes! There are many jackpots available here. These include fixed jackpots, progressive jackpots, and jackpot bonuses. Check the games room and the Promotions section to learn more.
What is the Payout on Dream Vegas?
If you scroll to the footer of the Dream Vegas website, there is a section for “Game RTP”. Click this link and it will direct you to a list of all the casino’s slots, along with the theoretical Return to Player (RTP). It gives you an idea of which games offer the highest return. The only downside is that you can’t sort the games by RTP and have to make do with alphabetical order. However, if you know what you’re looking for, you can use the CTRL + F function to type the name of the slot and check its RTP.