What we recommend instead
Vegas 100 has a selection of slots and live dealer games to rival some of the best-known casinos in Las Vegas, but there’s nothing new or special compared to other sites operating on the Nektan network.
Design & Usability
A postcard-like image of the bustling city of Las Vegas provides an eye-catching backdrop while the Vegas 100 logo is designed to look like the familiar “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. Sadly, this is where the artwork stops as it’s not used in the promotions, and if you minimise your browser window, the Vegas skyline that runs down the left and right of the homepage disappears from view entirely.
We found no issues with navigation as the top menu bar gives you access to your account and other key pages such as promotions and games. Plus, the registration process for new players takes less than a minute, so you can be up and running in no time at all.
If you’ve already played at other Nektan casinos, you’ll feel very much at home with the standard site layout. However, the downside of the template’s design is that too many links open within floating panels which you must scroll through to read.
Software & Gameplay
By default, the games lobby throws all of the games together, albeit in a large tile format. But, if you want to drill down further, you can click on the tabs along the top to view the collection by categories such as Jackpot Slots, Live Dealer, and Instant Wins. You can also use the search box, and various filters that separate the games by software provider.
Safety & Security
Vegas 100 has a valid SSL certificate which ensures that all data (such as financial transactions) is encrypted. It is also regulated and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, and encourages responsible gambling by publishing links to organisations such as Gambleaware.
Payments & Withdrawals
Vegas 100 affords players a good mix of payment methods, including Boku, Neteller, Skrill, Trustly, Paysafecard, Visa, MasterCard, Paypal, and Maestro.
The Cashier system is relatively smooth and lets you enter promo codes where bonuses are available.
Withdrawing your winnings doesn’t incur any fees, but you may have to wait up to three working days for your request to be processed.
You can reach the support team by email (N.B., the average response time is quoted as 24 hours), email, and telephone. All of the contact details can be found via the Support link at the top of the website, and you can also use the quick launch bar to speak to a member of staff via live chat.
There are some FAQs which could prove useful in certain situations, but the way in which they’re presented isn’t particularly user-friendly, and a search box would go a long way towards improving the user experience.
Bonuses & Promotions
The sizeable welcome package at Vegas 100 is split across your first three deposits, each of which must total £10 or more. Your first deposit nets you a 200% bonus (of up to £50) plus 50 spins on NetEnt’s Starburst; your second deposit gets you a 100% bonus (of up to £200), and your third deposit lets you claim a 50% bonus (of up to £250). The wagering requirements for the welcome package are an acceptable 30x.
The promotions are regularly updated, and you can almost always enjoy free spins on popular slots by making a qualifying deposit. Other special offers typically involve cashback, reload bonuses, and win boosts.
Vegas 100 doesn’t offer any apps, but if you own a relatively modern tablet or mobile phone, you should be able to access the mobile version of its website. Simply search for Vegas 100 using your mobile browser, and sign-in to your account or create a new account.
The mobile casino is particularly user-friendly, and navigation is a breeze. You can make quick and easy deposits and withdrawals, participate in promotions, and enjoy an impressive selection of mobile-optimised games.
Variety & Originality
There are hundreds of online slots to choose from, and many popular software providers supply the casino with their games. For instance, there’s Microgaming’s Game of Thrones, Poltava from Elk Studios, Danger High Voltage and Bonanza from Big Time Gaming, NetEnt’s Starburst, and IGT’s Cleopatra.
The table game collection isn’t quite as varied, but it covers the most popular casino games such as Blackjack, Roulette, and Texas Hold’em. Plus, there’s an excellent selection of live dealer games like Speed Roulette, Blackjack Party, Caribbean Stud Poker, and Baccarat Squeeze.
Loyalty & Rewards
The Privileged Club invites members who play like VIPs to receive the red carpet treatment. But, as the Club is invitation-only, Vegas 100 doesn’t go into much detail on what the perks include apart from free spins, cashback, and deposit bonuses. It’s also disappointing that regular players cannot collect comp points.