Mr Vegas Casino Review
Mr Vegas Casino Review
It is not easy to crack the online casino market, and this has been true for a long time. It has become more difficult in 2017, with an influx of top-quality online casinos joining the already highly competitive market.
That makes it really tough to be a new site that landed at the end of this year, especially if you share your name with an already immensely popular slot game, but this is the exact problem that Mr Vegas finds itself dealing with.
What it takes, more than anything else, is hard work and dedication, something proven by the giants of the industry such as Mr Green who continue to improve themselves despite the strong position they hold within the market.
However, Mr Vegas does not seem keen on this effort, in fact, every part of this site feels like painting by numbers, and it’s difficult to get in any way excited about it.
Design and theme
Let’s start with the most derivative, and therefore the most disappointing part of this site, the design concept.
Black and gold colour schemes have felt outdated in online casinos for decades now, yet for some reason, sites continue to use it as a cheap way to suggest a lavish, luxurious, and affluent concept.
It doesn’t feel like that though, it feels tacky, and it feels boring, and those two words are possibly the best that could be found to describe the look of Mr Vegas.
There’s a gold clad man with a moustache as the logo, who is clearly Mr Vegas, but only appears to exist to look as different as possible from the hero of the aforementioned slot title of the same name.
Then you have the banner adorned with game artwork, and the thumbnails on the homepage that every site seems to need in the modern market, which helps a lot with navigation, but the sites that succeed bring something different to the table along with these expected aspects, and Mr Vegas does not, to an almost surprising degree.
Truly one of the dullest designs we’ve ever seen for an online casino, Mr Vegas does the opposite of captivating the minds of its players, and as a result, is unlikely to make much of an impact.
Titles at Mr Vegas come from 1x2 Gaming, Eyecon, Microgaming, NetEnt, ProgressPlay, Quickfire, and Quickspin, which is actually a pretty impressive collection, and one that has a lot to offer for players of all preferences.
There’s a host of slot games including a decent number of jackpot slots, so you can keep the reels spinning for a long time before you run out of things to do.
There’s also good choice in terms of table and card games, as well as a plethora of live dealer titles as well, for those who prefer the true to life experience.
Then you’ll find the Casual Games section, that includes bingo, keno, scratchcards, and more, which is great.
The problem is, it isn’t enough. You’ll find a myriad of other sites that have at least as good a collection of games, if not a better one, which means that, as there’s nothing else positive to be found here, Mr Vegas has no chance of being in any way competitive.
£10 Minimum Deposit
Slots, Casino games, Card and table games, Progressive Slots, Live casino
Companies that own this site
No, you are not required to download software to play in this online casino.
Downloadable version also available?
No information available
Minimum Withdrawal Limit
20 EUR per day
Maximum Withdrawal Limit
6000 EUR per month
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