Bet365 Vegas is part of the wider Bet365 site, which also includes Bet365 Bingo and Bet365 Casino. This is a huge UK brand and a household name, so you should find plenty of offers and high-quality games within. Let’s find out what’s inside.
The design of Bet365 Vegas is slightly affected by the fact that this site offers a lot of other gaming types. The top navigation area naturally has links for these sections and each area feel very similar, with the same green, yellow and white branding. Having said that, the Vegas section does have its own style of menus and a more rounded, modern display. The account area is more compact and minimal.
The site background is a plain grey, so it’s a shame that doesn’t reflect Vegas at all, but there is a large graphic panel with slot artwork and promo information, to add some colour. There are special promotions just for this area, but most other site sections are shared with the wider site. This can make the site a little maze-like and confusing, but there’s also a lot of useful information.
The team can be contacted through post, email, phone and live chat. These are open 24/7 and should be easy to access for any players. With this being a larger site, the staff are very highly trained and polite.
Bet365 has a unified help area which appears on a pop-up. This is actually very detailed, with a long FAQ and details about game rules, payment methods and technical issues. All in all, you shouldn’t have any major issues with this site and you will find help if you do.
The welcome bonus here is a very standard 100% cash match on your first deposit, up to a maximum of £100. This comes from a £10 minimum and has a very low wagering requirement of just 20x, which makes an otherwise very plain offer much more attractive.
The site has several other offers, with many regularly taking place each week, but these are found outside of the Vegas section so they will involve the broader mix of games. An account with the Vegas area is an account for all game sections, fortunately. There are sportsbook offers, prize draws and some big events, giving away items like garden furniture and gadgets depending on the season. You will definitely find some nice offers here, but you have to search around.
The Vegas section displays games in very neat tiles, which you really can’t miss. There are some categories to narrow them down, but they are very broad. Unfortunately, there is no search option.
The slots load very fast, but they appear in a very small pop-up window. There isn’t an overlay as such, just a strip with a history and bank link and some basic sound controls. A very simple interface, which could be more interesting.
The mobile options for Bet365 are very good. The site offers apps for both Android and iPhone devices, or you can simply visit the site on a mobile or tablet browser. These give more or less the same results, with the apps being a little quicker. There’s a page on the desktop site to explain all this and provide links.
The mobile page is very easy to use, with a lot of the clutter from the main site being stripped away in favour of a simple touch-screen experience. The app leans towards sports betting but you can easily find and play all Vegas games.
Bet365 has a very secure site, with a secure certificate from Thawte to protect your information with encryption. They also work with the IBAS group to give players an independent adjudicator in disputes.
The site is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. Full details of this can be found on the site footer. The site also has a responsible gaming section with some very good advice.
Bet365 Vegas has some great games, from a mixture of providers, though other providers can be found on the wider site. For example, all Playtech games are limited to the casino area. In Vegas, players will see some big names like NetEnt, providing top games like Secret of the Stones, NRVNA and Ghost Pirates. You’ll also see some quirky Elk Studios games like Ivanhoe and Bloopers. Hong Kong Tower by Nyx and Incinerator by Yggdrasil are more stand-out games.
In the table games area, you will find just ten games. These do include some good names though, such as Red Dog Progressive, TXS Hold ‘Em and Roulette Advanced. Look in the other areas for a few more titles and some live dealer games.
Bet365 Vegas accepts payments through Visa and MasterCard debit and credit cards. You can also use Neteller, Skrill, PaySafeCard, EntroPay, Apple Pay, PayPal, iDebit and more, so the choice is excellent here.
The cashier is simple to use, opening on a pop-up from a link on your account area. Though the form is a little bland, it’s very direct. Withdrawals should take under 5 working days for cards and there are no fees charged.
There is a very good VIP system here, which is unified for the whole site and structured around three tiers. You can climb the tiers by collecting loyalty points through spending. The higher you climb, the better conversion rate for the points when redeeming for cash. This can be useful for a rainy day, with details given on the site under Slots Club.
VIP members can also get an account manager, bonuses, special promotions and invites to events. These events are top quality, making the most of Bet365’s close links to sporting.
Bet365 Vegas is a very fun site, but most of the value here comes from using elements of the wider site, such as VIP and promotions. However, even within the Vegas section you have an excellent game selection, with titles from major providers. The site is simple and easy to use, though it does have a few hiccups like lack of a search box. A very good support team really helps to seal the deal for long-term members.