Fruity Vegas Casino is an understated site with a simple approach. Operated by Nektan, who also brought us Tiny Slots and Cloud Casino, this site follows a familiar pattern and has games from the popular NetEnt provider. Will this site give you a fruity welcome?
Please Note: The review below is for the old Nektan version of Fruity Vegas and may not accurately reflect the Dragonfish version of the site. We are currently working on a new review for the site, and apologise for any confusion this may cause.
The design of Fruity Vegas Casino isn’t quite as fruity as you’d expect, instead opting for a dark, black and red colour scheme with casino photography. The site feels quite sleek and smart, with a no-nonsense welcome page. Once you join the site, you’re taken to a standard Nektan template which will be immediately familiar to anyone who plays their other sites.
The site background features red stars on black and it looks good, but the theme and name don’t have much correlation. The layout itself is easy to follow, with the usual setup of a top area for account information, but most navigation links are down at the bottom. Or, you can click through images on the ad panels. Several pages load in floating boxes, which can make them a little awkward to browse. Unfortunately, while this site works fine, it doesn’t make much effort at all to push from the usual template.
There’s a useful live chat quick button on all pages here, which is great for getting help immediately. Visit the support area and you’ll also see a phone line and email options. The team seem to be very welcoming and helpful.
The same page includes some basic FAQs, or there’s another section with more. However, they would be easier to read and search on a full page instead of a pop-up.
Fruity Vegas offers new players 100 spins for their first deposit of £10 or more. The free spins are credited over 5 days and are only valid on Wolf Riches, Fruit Blast, Shaman's Dream, Stampete and Temple of Iris. Sadly, your free spins winnings are capped at £10 per slot and must be wagered 50x before you can withdraw any bonus funds, making this offer not as attractive as it first seems.
The games are easy to find at Fruity Vegas, shown on large tiles. There are some category buttons to help you find certain game types, plus a handy search box.
Slots load quick here, appearing in a large space, but with just a plain, black background that doesn’t do much for the site’s presentation. There is a quick cashier button, other games and live chat, plus a resizing option for a little more immersion.
Though there is no Fruity Vegas app, the site can be reached through a mobile browser to get a mobile compatible version. This should work on most current devices.
The mobile version of the site is arguably a little smoother to use, with a more streamlined approach and simple swipe gestures for getting around. The space is well used and most of the games are available to play. Players use the same login details as the main site and have full account access.
Fruity Vegas Casino is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar. The site also uses the IBAS service as an independent voice in the case of any disputes with players.
You will find a full responsible gaming area here with useful advice, along with a fair gaming page that reveals the site’s RNG certificates. Lastly, your payments are protected by SSL encryption.
Fruity Vegas packs a lot of games, from a mixture of sources. This is good for variety and puts quite simple and casual games alongside more graphically impressive games. Nektan’s in-house Mayan Marvels is a great game with a fun bonus round, or Shamrock ‘n’ Roll is a simple Irish-themed title with great free spin potential. NetEnt provide the classic Starburst and Gonzo’s Quest, while Blueprint bring the official Ted game and King Kong Cash. Watch out for Barcrest and IGT games too, among others. Genie Jackpots is a top progressive jackpot game here.
The casino games include roulette and blackjack, with just a couple of variants each. More of these would be much better. However, the site does have a set of great live dealer games by Extreme, including Ra Roulette.
The deposit system is simple enough here, but you may be confused by it asking for an amount before a method. The interface could look nicer. You get one withdrawal per 24 hours, at a £20 minimum. These should take 3-5 working days, after 72 hours processing.
Fruity Vegas accepts payments by Visa, MasterCard, Trustly, Neteller, Skrill, PaySafeCard and Boku mobile, so there’s a good selection that covers various styles of payment.
Fruity Vegas Casino has a simple VIP system which doesn’t give a great deal of detail, but sounds promising. This is invite-only, but if you are admitted you gain cashback offers, deposit rewards, weekly bonuses and free spins. There does not appear to be a general loyalty reward. It is unclear what kind of treatment the real high rollers will enjoy.
Fruity Vegas Casino is a friendly site and has it as lot of good points, but few great ones. The site doesn’t do much to stand out, but it does provide a high level of quality throughout. The game selection is fun and the offers are promising, so players are likely to stop here and take a look around. This may not be the fruitiest casino out there, but it is fun and has a lot to offer.