Vegas Casino Experience
Vegas Casino has a similar homepage to Sun Palace Casino and Slots Plus in terms of structure: top menu, main highlight at the middle, and three secondary highlights at the bottom. The choice of colors is way better than at Slots Plus though, making the page more attractive and user-friendly.
Download Now/Instant Play, a big green $3,000 Welcome Bonus message, Game Previews, 24 Hours Support, and Progressive Jackpot are the main messages presented at Vegas Casino, in and homepage where the scroll is not necessary, as all of this fits one screen.
What to love about Vegas Casino
Instant Play!: The instant play section features the available games, and even if the layout doesn’t impress, the structure the menu is excellent. Table Games, Slots, Video Poker, Progressives and Specialty are the existing categories, being worth to mention the $291,868.90 current progressive jackpot available at Spirit of the Inca game.
Promotions: Again, not the best layout, but the organized scroll does allow the players to understand what promotions are available and how to access them. At the top of the page we have the New Player Promotions, that include the welcome bonus specific game promotions, and at the bottom the Existing Players Promotions: a different one for each day of the week, as well as a long list of offers to keep the player engaged.
Support: The support page is simple and practical. A green button invites us to Chat Now, and from there we can pick the department from which we need support from CS Team, Finance Team or Security Team, with the indication if they are online or not. A support email is also available.
What is strange about Vegas Casino
Progressive Jackpots: The homepage is the place for the most important highlights, and the progressive jackpots certainly deserve to be there. But having such a highlight and leaving it blank doesn’t show much professionalism or even attention about the way the page is updated.
Fair Play: The fair play section is an excellent idea, and announcing that Vegas Casino paid over $17 million in winnings since 2002 gives a lot of credibility to the site. Such good news deserved a better presentation, as all the page has is a title and a huge block of text pasted there, no layout involved whatsoever.
Banking: Similarly to what happens in their brother casinos, also here the banking page is clear and easy to understand, and it’s only appearing at the what’s strange section because of the Bitcoin mention at the homepage, that is totally nonexistence at the main banking section.
Vegas Casino Rating: 7/10
Vegas Casino doesn’t have that wow factor, and the layout is the very worst of the site, as it’s made in a too simple way, and some parts are not updated, linking correctly or even look professionally made. Their content deserved to look better.
On a positive note, the game section is well structured, with good navigation, making the games – the most important part of any casino – easy to access. To this we add good support and banking pages, justifying overall the 7 out of 10 rating for Vegas Casino.