Dream Vegas Review
Registration and Welcome Bonus
When we started with Dream Vegas, it only took a couple of minutes to complete the registration process. They have Malta and UK licensing and are run by White Hat Gaming; those with experience in the industry will know that this is a reputable name. After clicking the link, you’ll need to choose a currency, create a username, and provide the following details:
Once this is done, you will be taken to the Cashier page and you’ll need to deposit a minimum of £20. Although they removed their 200% welcome bonus in 2019, they do still offer new users a bonus. Up to £400, you will receive a 100% bonus. However, it doesn’t end there because your second deposit will receive a 40% boost (to a maximum of £3,000). Finally, you’ll get a 60% on anything up to £1,500 for your third deposit.
Note: these bonuses come with a wagering requirement of 35x.
Don’t worry, the welcome bonuses continue because you will also get 50, 30, and 40 bonus spins on your first three deposits (respectively). As long as you play on NetEnt slots, your spins will appear
Banking and Customer Support
As those familiar with White Hat Gaming platforms will know, depositing and withdrawing is a breeze. The minimum deposit is slightly high at £20, but there’s no upper limit and withdrawals tend to occur within three or four days (even though the website claims five). Don’t forget, White Hat Gaming abide by the ‘source to source’ rule which means withdrawing to the same account as you deposited.
We found the customer support at Dream Vegas very well designed; we were disappointed by the lack of FAQs and phone line, but we did like the 24/7 live chat feature. Also, longer requests can be fulfilled via email.
Mobile and Desktop
These days, casinos need to be available on the smaller screen just as much as desktop, and Dream Vegas have recognised this need. When playing on desktop, we highly recommend installing Google Chrome 30+ for the best experience (as well as updating Adobe Flash). In the lobby, the aesthetics are simple, and this makes navigation easy. Not only are the games listed appropriately, the slots and games have animated previews.
The lack of a mobile app isn’t necessarily a huge problem considering the way the website operates on a mobile browser. Even while on the go, you can play with live dealers and over 100 slots.
Types of Games
Why has Dream Vegas been able to get a foothold in the market inside two years? For one thing, they work with a number of big developers and providers. For example, this includes; Genesis, NetEnt, Microgaming, ELK Studios, Big Time Gaming, Aristocrat, 1×2 Gaming, NextGen, Williams, Quickspin, and several others. With this, there are over 1,000 table games and slots alone. Luckily, they offer some brilliant progressives with an opportunity to win huge sums.
Though we did miss the jackpot ticker that other casinos have on the homepage, they don’t seem to lack in any areas. In addition to roulette, Dream Vegas offer a variety of blackjack and video poker games. Elsewhere, you can also enjoy live dealer games, alternative table games, and scratchcard games. With over 80 developers, it’s fair to say that Dream Vegas has a diverse range for all.
While some casinos are reluctant to publish RTP percentages, Dream Vegas realise that they can be easily found through the provider themselves. Therefore, they show all RTPs and this is great news for blackjack players especially. Why? Because 99.83% is the RTP percentage for most single deck blackjack games.
As with most casinos these days, Dream Vegas seem to offer something for everyone. With most progressives and slots, there’s a minimum stake of 1p which means that absolutely everybody can get involved. At the other end of the scale, most 5-reel games have a maximum of £500. In table games and others, you might find minimum stakes of 10p. If you become a VIP, some games will have a maximum of £10,000 per spin.
VIP System and Promotions
During our time on Dream Vegas, we saw a few different promotions and they seemed to be geared towards huge prizes; such as trips to Vegas and ‘Dream Ticket’ draws. After earning 500 points, your account will automatically enter into the draw (a single point comes from depositing and wagering £20).
As for the VIP Club, this has four tiers and it tends to follow in the shadows of other loyalty systems. This is good news, however, because it means players receive rewards that are tailored to what they play and enjoy. If you’re already an Elite player elsewhere, you may be fast-tracked to the Salon Privé with Dream Vegas.
To bring this guide to a close, we should also mention the work that Dream Vegas do with regards to responsible gambling. As well as a dedicated policy available on the ‘My Account’ page, they allow for game time reminders, betting limits, and time outs. The moment you self-exclude from Dream Vegas, you will be excluded from all White Hat Gaming services.
We can always trust White Hat Gaming, and they have done it again with Dream Vegas. The website works well on mobile and desktop, the games are diverse, depositing is easy, and we loved playing on the platform!