Dream Vegas Casino Review
Dream Vegas is an interactive online casino that looks great and is simple to use. Its mission is to give everyone the chance to experience gambling Vegas style without having the expense of getting on a plane. The graphics reflect this - they are big, bright and bold.
Opening its virtual doors earlier this year, Dream Vegas is managed by White Hat Gaming, a leader in the industry. It offers over 600 games from well-known game makers such as Big Time Gaming, Microgaming, Net Entertainment and NextGen as well as newer entrants into the market.
Users are welcomed by an attractive and easy to navigate homepage that lets them jump straight into the most popular games the site has to offer including Lightening Roulette, Starburst, Magic Mirror Deluxe or Diamond Mind. Or, if they prefer, they can move between different lobbies based on their personal tastes, including slots, tables and roulette. There’s a live dealer option too, offering high-stakes table games, and a ‘scratch and fun’ section where you can find games such as Irish Eyes and The Snake Charmer.
Every new member gets a 100% welcome bonus up to £400 plus 50 bonus spins when they make their first deposit; no bonus code is required. As with most casinos, bonuses do have some restrictions so make sure you read the terms and conditions. Wagering is set at 35x, for example, and bonus spins are only available on selected games and have to be used within 72 hours. Bonus funds must also be used in the first 30 days or users lose the right to withdraw them.
In addition, members can sign up for Dream Vegas Jackpots, which offers more than 37 progressive jackpots which the site says are some of the most lucrative in the world and are automatically entered into Dream Vegas’ Car or Cash Giveaway, offering them the chance to win a luxury car or its cash equivalent.
Dream Vegas has a VIP scheme that, depending on the level, gives members access to different lounges, priority customer support, birthday loyalty points, birthday gifts, and exclusive holidays. VIP status has three membership levels: silver, gold and platinum, plus a Salon Privé that members can enter by invite only.
There are over 500 casino games on offer at Dream Vegas including slots, roulette, blackjack and poker as well as other table games such as dream catcher and three card hold’em. Live poker, blackjack and baccarat are also available, as are scratch and fun games like Pots O Luck.
There are over 70 table games available on Dream Vegas, 10 or more of which are live. They include 25+ blackjack games, 15+ roulette tables, 10+ poker games as well as baccarat and pontoon. There are low and high stakes games available, and some open only to VIP members.
While there are plenty of casino games on Dream Vegas, slots are probably one of the areas where you could honestly say the site excels and gives plenty of ‘bang for your buck’. The platform has over 200 slot games for members to choose from including video slots, classic slots, fruit machines, stacked wild slots, 3D slots, Vegas slots, free slots and progressive jackpot slots, meaning whatever a member’s taste in slots, there is likely to be something that suits. Plus, for the high-rollers out there, there are slots for them too.
When members enter the slots lobby, they get to see the newest slots first - and there are plenty of those. Designed by more than 40 software companies from the well-known (NetEnt and Microgaming) to newer game designers (Elk Studios and Blueprint Gaming).
Slots include Aloha Cluster Pays which includes plenty of extra features to make sure the game never gets boring, and Zeus God of Thunder, where random wilds boost prizes and you can target bigger wins. Those interested in jackpot games have plenty to choose from, including Divine Fortune, Mega Moolah Isis and Wish Upon a Leprechaun.
Dream Vegas has 14 different live dealer games provided by two market-leading live dealer casino specialists, NetEnt and Evolution Gaming. The live games include Texas Hold ‘Em, roulette, blackjack, baccarat, Caribbean Stud and Three Card poker. Roulette is the most popular live game, with five tables available.
For those who like to take their games with them, Dream Vegas offers plenty when it comes to mobile casino gaming - and doesn’t need you to download an app to do it. Mirroring the desktop site, members enter a main lobby when they log-in, one that lets them go straight to popular games. Alternatively, they can go to the lobby that best meets their gaming needs. What’s nice about the site is that they have managed to keep the same style of graphics - games are shown with an image which gives you a bit of an idea as to what it might look like once you join - without looking messy or being slow.
The site works on all the main platforms - Android, iOS and Windows - and on phones and tablets, making it accessible for all Dream Vegas’ members. For the most part, members can enjoy all the same games through the mobile casino that they can on the desktop version, including live dealer games. It works especially well for slots with games such as Age of Discovery and Himalaya Roof looking particularly good. Plus, you can access all the same features including making payments and withdrawals and getting in touch with customer service.
Software & Platform
Dream Vegas works with over forty software providers, from industry leaders to companies that are new to the market, although these are producing some of the most exciting games out there and are keen to make their mark. Software providers include (but aren’t limited too): Spieldev; Probability; Just For The Win; Old Skool Studios; Big Time Gaming; Microgaming; Genesis Gaming; Rabcat; Games Warehouse; Leander Games; Evolution Gaming; Edict (Merkur Gaming); Quickspin; Stakelogic; Blueprint Gaming; SUNFOX Games; Felt Gaming; BlaBlaBla Studios; NetEnt; 2 By 2 Gaming; Foxium; and Multicommerce Game Studio.
When members enter a lobby, it’s easy for them to see who has developed a game, making it easier to decide what to play if you follow a particular software provider. The site also allows you to go to a lobby that lists all the software providers with games on the site and click through from there to see the games available, again a big bonus if you are a fan of a particular game designer.
It feels as though Dream Vegas has spent a lot of time thinking about how their site looks and feels from the moment a user enters to the moment they leave. It is incredibly eye-catching and colourful - just what you’d expect from a site that promises a Vegas-like experience - but also easy to understand where you are and where you want to go.
Games are divided into lobbies, clearly labelled and including new games, live dealer, popular, slots, tables, blackjack, roulette and poker. Members can mark games as their favourites and there is a lobby for these too, making it even easier for you to get to the games you want to play quickly and easily. It all feels very dynamic, fast-paced, and exciting, just the things an online casino should be.
More important than how the site looks, however, is how it works, and for Dream Vegas the answer is seamlessly. The games load quickly, on the mobile and desktop sites and there is little if any buffering or loading times, meaning you aren’t left frustrated or trying games that don’t work on a particular platform.
Dream Vegas has a simple sign-up and approval process (you are told immediately if you are based in a country that they aren’t registered to operate in). Unlike a lot of other casinos, it works in several languages, six in fact: English, French, Finnish, German, Swedish and Norwegian and can handle any user question in your preferred language through their 24/7 customer support service.
Dream Vegas accepts a wide range of payment methods including Maestro, Mastercard, Neteller, Paysafecard, Visa, Entropay, Skrill, Boku and Sepa, and offers a number of withdrawal options, including 24-hour quick withdrawal through e-wallets, up to five days with car