Las Vegas Casino, unsurprisingly, is an online casino based on Sin City. I’m assuming that means it’s littered with unwanted flyers and geriatric performers you thought had died 20 years ago. Or not. As they seem to have opted for a more traditional Vegas, with flashing lights, neon signs, and a slight nod to the city’s “colourful” past.
Either way, it’s Vegas, a city that occupies a special place in the mind of every keen gambler. So, can Las Vegas Casino capture that feeling and provide a memorable gaming experience?
You won’t qualify for the bonus if you deposit using Neteller or Skrill, you have just 7 days to use the bonus, and there is a winnings cap of 2x for the bonus and 20 for the free spins. There’s also a high 50x wagering requirement.
So, let’s assume that you deposit £100 as a new player. You will then be given £100 in additional bonus credits and must wager £5,000 (50x of the bonus amount) within 7 days to convert those bonus credits into cash. If you’re lucky enough to have £1,000 in your account after clearing the wagering requirements, you’ll lose £700, leaving you with £300 that you can withdraw or wager as you choose.
Las Vegas Casino has a few loyalty promotions to keep you interested. These include a Weekly Reload promotion where active players can collect bonus credits and free spins by logging in and depositing.
Compared to the welcome bonus, these credits come with a slightly reduced wagering requirement of 40x, a free spins win cap of 10x, and a bonus credit cap of 4x. The downside is that the initial offering is often much lower, giving you a 50% match on your deposit instead of the 100% available through the welcome bonus.
The biggest promotion that Las Vegas Casino offers is the Loyalty Programme, which gives you points when you play and then lets you convert them into rewards.
It’s a little more interesting than a standard loyalty scheme as it incorporates leaderboard promotions and missions, much like the promotions you’ll find on The Sun Play, Mirror Bingo, and other Jumpman Gaming sites.
There are prizes to win along the way and when you have enough reward points, you can enter the rewards store and collect deposit bonuses, free spins, cashback deals, and more.
As with the welcome bonus, you’re out of luck if you use Skrill or Neteller.
Slots and Other Games
Las Vegas Casino works with a long list of providers to keep its games room well stocked with various titles. You can search by provider using a simple drop-down menu, letting you select from the unique features of Blueprint and Big Time Gaming, the live casino games of Evolution, or the jackpots and sheer variety of Playtech and Microgaming. It’s an eclectic mix, to say the least, and it should cater to all players.
As someone who has played and reviewed thousands of slots over the years, I often find myself bored with limited casino selections. I am sick of playing the same old games, but I didn’t have that issue here.
I am not a big fan of the way the site is structured and it doesn’t look great on resized desktop windows. I would also like to see more categories and filters to help me sort through the massive slot selection, but as far as the games themselves are concerned, I don’t have any issues.
Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, PayviaPhone, Apple Pay, and Paysafecard are all available here. The minimum deposit and withdrawal amounts vary. Most are fixed at £10 for both deposits and withdrawals, but they can vary from as little as £2.50 to as much as £50, so check them in advance.
Payments will appear on your statement under the name “ProgressPlay” or “Babaloo”. If you have an issue depositing or withdrawing, contact the customer support team. They are available by email and live chat and work around the clock.
Withdrawals are processed in a day and there is a 1% withdrawal fee that’s capped at a maximum of £3. It’s never good to see a withdrawal fee and I’ve complained about them extensively in the past, but 1% isn’t going to have much of an impact.
Verdict: Las Vegas Casino Review
Las Vegas Casino might position itself as an online version of Sin City, but it’s really just a new name and logo slapped onto a layout that we have seen many times before. The same could be said for most online casinos though, and who cares if something is formulaic when the formula is so good?
There are certainly areas where Las Vegas Casino could be improved, including a modernisation of the layout, a giveaway or two, and no more withdrawal fees. But there are many more positives than negatives and it’s deserving of a high score.
- Large Gaming Selection
- Numerous Payment Options
- Big Welcome Bonus
- Loyalty Program
- 24/7 Live Chat
- Withdrawal Fee
- Strict Wagering Terms
At a Glance
- Operator: ProgressPlay
- Licences: UK and Malta
- Withdrawal Fee: 1% up to £3
- Payment Methods: Debit, Web Wallet, PayviaPhone
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Las Vegas Casino FAQ
Is Las Vegas Casino licensed?
Yes, it holds licenses in both the UK and Malta, giving it access to players in many regions.
What payment methods can I use on Las Vegas Casino?
There are a few to choose from, including PayPal, debit cards, Paysafecard, and PayviaPhone.
How long do withdrawals take?
It should only take a day to process your withdrawals. Your funds should be in your account within 48 hours, although the exact timeframe will vary depending on the method you use.
What is the minimum withdrawal amount?
If you’re using a bank transfer, it’s £50, but for some other methods, it’s just £10 or even £2.50. You will struggle to find a casino that lets you withdraw such a small amount. There is a withdrawal fee of 1%, but that only equates to a couple of pence with such a low withdrawal amount.