There’s no mistaking the origin of Sky Vegas: It even looks like it was inspired by the world of tabloid journalism, with a no-nonsense red and white colour scheme that navigates straight to the games as quickly as is humanly possible. With a complete absence of seductive neon, dark, plush backgrounds and glamorous croupiers it has a bright, accessible feel to it which will continue to win it more and more fans.
Sky have put an impressive selection of games on their site, and it’s great to see that they’ve chosen from a number of providers:
Whilst IGT/Wagerworks’ games figure most prominently here, there are also offerings from newer suppliers like Ash Gaming, making it seem more like a bespoke shop than one of the many identikit casinos that some of the larger players have installed.
The games here are great fun and reflect the Red Top feel of the overall site, with popular British TV and board games making welcome appearances: Check out Monopoly, Jenga, Deal or No Deal and more and you’ll find entire afternoons and evenings evaporating as you become engrossed.
There’s also a great penny arcade as well, keeping playing costs to the minimum – although if big potential payouts are your thing, then there are over twenty progressive jackpot monsters on offer here as well, with classics like Leprechaun’s Luck, Alice’s Wonderland and Chests of Plenty currently stuffed to the gills with up to £590,000.
Being an all-round casino rather than a slots arcade you’ll also find a full range of table games, which measure up well against the competition with plenty of Roulette, Blackjack and Baccarat on offer alongside some less obvious, unusual games like Three Card Brag, Zodiac Roulette and Casino Dice.
When you join Sky Vegas there’s a £10 cash incentive given before you even make a deposit to get you used to playing the games and decide whether you want to make a deposit – and when you do you’ll be rewarded with a £500 welcome bonus, with a generous 25 times turnover requirement when you play slots.
You can make deposits at Sky Vegas with Visa (debit, credit or Electron), Mastercard, Maestro, Neteller, Skrill (Moneybookers), Laser or PayPal. Withdrawals take 2 to 5 working days, or up to 24 hours if an e-wallet is used.
Despite naming itself after an American gambling resort, this site couldn’t be more British, and really ought to be nicknamed The People’s Casino. It’s fun, breezy, aims at a wide market and manages to appeal to all of it with a real community spirit that shines through in its presentation and range of games.
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