We’ll start our LeoVegas Casino Review with some company insight. Leo Vegas is a casino site formed by LeoVegas Group in 2011. Since then the Swedish company has grown a reputation for being, let’s say somewhat inconsistent with their own rules when it comes to large slot wins. While this has mainly been a problem in the UK, we feel that we should be fair and open with you if you are reading this.. That said, online reviews of the website for players revealed no similar situations under investigation.
The LeoVegas Group has consistently won gaming awards over the past 9 years, as noted on their website and other Casino Reviews, too. These have included ‘Best Mobile Product of the Year’, ‘Best Innovation of the Year’ and ‘Casino Operator of the Year’. With a trophy cabinet like this, it’s clear the business is doing something right.
One of the main business high points is its branding. The Leo Vegas Casino is bright with vivid swatches of orange, green and the good old Maple Leaf flying proudly. The website is well-designed with a smaller header across the top allowing you to contact support, check out the latest promotions and register if you’ve not done so already. The main feature of the homepage, though, is the scrolling banner which advertises the latest deals and promotional games available. It’s hard to miss, trust us.
Newer games are listed at the top of the Leo Vegas website, although you can search for specific titles using the ‘search’ option near the top of the screen. There’s a wealth of slot and table games to choose from. At the current count, there were 1382 slot games and 38 table games available as well as bingo. Games are provided by leading game creators such as NetEnt, BetSoft and NYX. You’ve got jackpot slots such as Book of Dead cosying up against Dream Catcher, Roulette and Blackjack. It’s all going on at Leo Vegas.
With a massive 1382 slot games available, players are sure to find a slot for them. The slot games on the site come in all shapes and sizes, from the classic 3-reel slots to 5-reel, megaways and more. Life-changing jackpots are available in industry favourites Mega Moolah and Arabian Nights, whereas those who like a more sedate life may prefer the traditional appearance of Sunny Fruits where cherries, grapes and oranges make up the icons on the reels.
While table games take a back seat to the vast slot catalogue available at Leo Vegas, that doesn’t mean that they’re second-rate. The table games provided on the site are by NYX and Evolution Gaming, two of the industry powerhouses when it comes to live and table games. You’ll find plenty of choice whether your game of preference is blackjack, baccarat, roulette or even something a little more exotic, such as Dragon Tiger. You can even play a game of Punto Banco if you prefer. Not every online casino can leave such a wide range of options at your disposal.
We searched high, we searched low, but we couldn’t find a live option of any of the table games on the Leo Vegas website. We thought this was odd, not least because Leo Vegas states on their table page that they offer both live and static versions of most casino selections. Maybe we just caught them on an off-day? Even so, with multiple awards and optimal gaming software at their disposal, we thought their selection would be stellar. This is one area where Leo Vegas falls against their competitors.
Table games from Yggdrasil? While Yggdrasil are more known for their Asgardian slot adventures, it seems the brand has ventured out into blackjack. You’ll find their version of the game under the ‘Table Games’ heading. Other game providers include NetEnt and Microgaming as well as smaller brands such as PlayNGo.
The Leo Vegas website has a ‘promotions’ page with separate headings for their current deals and welcome offers. In the interests of transparency, you’ll even find bonus terms and conditions, which is nice as some competitors prefer to hide that sort of information away.
If you decide to register with Leo Vegas there is a great welcome offer up for grabs. The size of your bonus dictates how many free spins you get. To qualify for the welcome bonus it must be activated within 14 days of sign up. Once funded a player has 7 days to spend their funds to qualify for the bonus cash. Free spins are credited immediately after the deposit is made. Fail to use free spins in 7 days and they’ll be voided.
Players at Leo Vegas can receive free spins during lunchtime. Play at Leo Vegas between 11:00 and 15:00 EDT Monday to Friday and you’ll receive a free spins offer card to spend on top NetEnt slots. All you need to do to qualify is visit the ‘My Offers’ page between the qualifying hours and click the ‘deposit’ button. Make a deposit and wager its value 10 times. Once you’ve qualified you can click the ‘claim’ button on your offers page and the free spins will be added to your account. The amount of free spins you receive depends on your deposit amount.
Similar to the Lunch Free Spins offer above is Leo Vegas’ Friday Free Spins. This offer is accessible via the ‘My Offers’ page like the promotion before it. Simply visit the page between 04:00 and 20:00 EDT on a Friday and deposit using the deposit button on your free spins offer card. Then make your way over to the Dead or Alive slot where a free spin wheel awaits you. Spin the wheel to find out how many spins you’ve won. The value is anywhere between 10-75 spins!
Leo Vegas Casino allows players to deposit and make withdrawals from their Leo Vegas account using, amongst others, credit and debit card, bank transfer and through online payment methods such as Instadebit. If you prefer traditional ways of making a deposit you can transfer funds to your betting account using Visa and Mastercard payments. Alternatively, opt for PaySafeCard which is an online credit card that allows you to place deposits using your mobile phone. Interac and InteractE-transfer can all be used for deposits. Ewallets MuchBetter, InstaDebit and IDebit can also be used. You can withdraw funds from your betting account using a debit card or any of the Ewallets we mentioned earlier. You can also make withdrawals directly to your bank account with some restrictions.
Leo Vegas Online Casino can be contacted via email address or by the ‘contact us’ button on their mobile app. This will connect you with a customer service adviser who should be able to help with your queries. Alternatively, players can visit the ‘help’ section of the website which has detailed answers to most of the commonly asked questions about account verification, making deposits and withdrawals and responsible gaming.
We’ve reached the end of our LeoVegas Casino Review, and we have to admit that we were nervous checking out the business due to past complaints. Our fears were left unfounded though, thanks to the help section and Leo Vegas’ many reassurances of fair play and responsible gaming.
At the website’s heart is their huge game catalogue which is dominated by slot games from around the globe. It is these, coupled with good customer service and a mobile-friendly gaming experience that has won Leo Vegas multiple awards over the years. Just one thing was missing? Where are those table games? Hopefully, in our next Leo Vegas Casino Review, we’ll be able to put this mystery to bed.