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Slotty Vegas Casino is owned by the Malta-based company, NRR Entertainment Limited. Unveiled in 2014, it holds a UK Gambling Commission licence and features games from major developers like Netent, Microgaming, Elk Studios and NextGen Gaming. Scroll down for more information about the type of package it can offer casino gamers.
The Slotty Vegas website sits atop an attractive, distinctive platform that’s devoid of the boilerplate features that beset so many online casinos. Although a promo header features prominently, the site’s pages are peppered with game art and graphical flourishes that keep things interesting.
On desktops, thumbnails are given a bent post-card effect to help relieve weary eyes too accustomed to dull game lobby layouts. There’s also slider at the top of each game category page which allows players to filter games according to pay-out size – a highly original feature that you won’t find on elsewhere.
The Slotty Vegas platform changes very little on smaller screens and even includes some of the visual effects that decorate PC screens. This might we why it lags ever-so-slightly. As far as appearances go however, the website looks highly polished.
Slotty Vegas includes an excellent range of games organised into the categories of video slots, jackpots, live casino, games of the week and table games. Because of the partnerships with big-name developers, players have access to a variety of popular titles.
Slot games include Twin Spin, Hotline, Neon Staxx and Starburst, while the table game section features multiple variants of roulette, blackjack and poker.
There’s only a small collection of progressive slot games at present. However, these include the hugely popular Cosmic and Divine Fortune games. Alongside these sit obscure games like Super Lucky Frog and Colossus Fracpot.
Despite claims to the contrary, Slotty Vegas Casino does include a live dealer platform. It’s powered by Netent Live and features the following table games:
Vegas offers a single welcome promotion that rewards new players with a 100% match of up to £150, plus 50 bonus spins. Applying to opening deposits, both the bonus and deposit amount are subject to low wagering rules of x30. However, these must be satisfied within seven days before bonus funds can be withdrawn.
All manner of deposit options are available to players. As well as traditional methods like VISA and Mastercard, online transaction services can be used too and include Neteller, Skrill, Paysafe Card and Zimpler. The inclusion of these latter services makes gaming-on-the-go much more convenient for players, because of the ease in which they can be used to deposit and withdraw funds.
Slotty Vegas have clearly braced themselves for complaints by including a special section for irate players. In it, they’ve included links to casino watchdog sites like Casino Meister and Ask Gambler. They’re also at pains to remind customers of the official bodies who they’re regulated by.
Apparently the complaints section contains a contact form, although we weren’t able to find one. Nevertheless live chat functionality is provided throughout the site.
The Slotty Vegas website comprises a well-designed platform that’s both robust and flexible. We found no issues with game selection, nor indeed the Netent-powered live dealer platform.
Promotions, although limited, are helped by a reasonably competitive welcome package with low wagering rules. There are also plenty of deposit/withdrawal options for players of all tastes. Customer support could do with a few additional contact options but for the time-being, live chat functionality will have to suffice.
To conclude then, Slotty Vegas offers a fresh approach to online casino gaming that deviates from the ‘same-old’ offerings of many rank-and-file operators. It’s not perfect by any stretch, but there’s plenty here for players of all persuasions.