Vegas Luck Review
Vegas Luck launched as a brand new casino from Bgo, the people behind Bgo.com and Power Spins, in December 2018. Inspired by the casinos of Las Vegas and the lucky four leaf clover it started life as a no wagering casino. This wager free aspect of the site hasn't lasted but it still offers players top slots, table games and a live casino. These are joined by some of the biggest progressive jackpot slots that you can play online.
The four leafed clover is the main inspiration for the Vegas Luck site that's bathed in green. Four leafed clovers are attached to everything from the logo through to gold coins and chips that appear in the background image. The welcome offer dominates the foreground alongside a long list of featured slots. Surprisingly this isn't responsive in design but desktop, mobile and tablet players can enjoy the games at Vegas Luck. Note that no app is required.
Vegas Luck Welcome Bonus
As mentioned in the introduction Vegas Luck started life as a no wagering casino brand. However the Bgo group have quietly dropped this approach and introduced a new welcome bonus. Register, login and deposit a minimum of £10 to get a spin of the Mega Wheel. Spinning this wheel could win you up to 500 spins on Net Entertainment's Finn and the Swirly Spin slot. Wins are not guaranteed so you could not receive any welcome bonus. Wagering terms apply and in this case the terms are x65 wins from the spins.
Vegas Luck boasts over 600 slots from the likes of NetEnt, Playtech and Eyecon Games. Popular slots include Kingdoms Rise, Age Of The Gods, Grease, Shaman's Dream, Fluffy Too, Dwarfs Gone Wild, Pumpkin Bonanza, Aloha Cluster Pays and Starburst. These are joined by an amazing choice of progressive slots such as Mega Moolah, Justic League, Gladiator and the DC Batman series. Daily jackpots are a recent addition to the roster. All games are only accessible after logging in to the site.
Vegas Luck Promotions
Joining the 600+ slots are 31 casino games such as roulette and blackjack. Surprisingly there's only 6 live casino options such as Quantum Roulette, Hi-Lo, Bacarrat and Blackjack. Vegas Luck doesn't give their players access to Evolution Gaming's gameshows such as Dream Catcher and Monopoly Live. Instant win, scratchcards and video poker games also seem to be lacking. In our view Vegas Luck is mainly for slots players.
The Mega Wheel welcome package is pretty much all you will find when it comes to promotions. However players can collect Diamonds as they play at Vegas Luck. There's 1 Diamond for every £10 wagered on slots and 0.1 Diamond for every £10 wagered on table games. Diamonds can be used in the Vegas Luck Reward Store and converted into real cash or free spins. Hopefully tournaments will also become available at the site in the near future.
When we first reviewed Vegas Luck we said that "the no wagering element comes at a price". That price is the admin fee charged on deposits and withdrawals. A 2.5% charge (min 50p) is made on deposits under £500 and a £2.50 charge may be applied on withdrawals. Now that Vegas Luck isn't wager free you'd have anticipated that these fees would have been dropped. However these fees still apply. This is something that seems to be exclusive to the Bgo group of sites and not something we particular like.
Vegas Luck looks great and we love the amazing selection of slots that are on offer. It's disappointing that it has dropped the no wagering element but only a handful of casinos have managed to implement that well. The new Mega Wheel welcome offer does remind us of the many Jumpman Network Slot brands though. The charges for depositing and withdrawal are a real issue though and we can't overlook it. This casino would most certainly more more attractive without these costs to the player.