ROYAL VEGAS CASINO Review

Reviewer: Pokie.net.nz

Updated: May 30, 2017

 
Rating:
 
5 / 5

Bonus: NZD$1200 Free

 
 

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Since 2000, Royal Vegas has aimed to simulate the experience of playing at Las Vegas casinos and being treated like royalty, and they do an admirable job of achieving that. They start with a very impressive collection of deposit bonuses totalling as much as NZ$1,200, which dwarfs those on offer by much of the competition. If you fancy yourself a Vegas high roller and have the bank account to prove it, these offers should not be passed up on. It should be noted that table games don’t provide much leverage for unlocking these bonuses, though if you’re a pokies player, you’ll have no trouble fully maximizing these huge bonuses. In addition, first deposits through a number of different e-wallets give an extra 10% boost on top of that, making the potential reward even greater.

They hardly stop treating their members like royalty after they’ve joined the club however; from there it only gets better and better, with weekly promotions that include everything from further deposit bonuses to entries into special tournaments, monthly promotions that offer yet more deposit bonuses and a variety of special rewards that are unlocked in various ways depending on the event. Finally there is the Royal Vegas rewards program, which tosses points your way for every game you play and converts those points into other rewards like free plays and cash.

Royal Vegas also has a collection of games that would make a Vegas casino blush. With over 500 different games on offer (try fitting all of those into a real world casino), Royal Vegas has enough action to keep even the most ardent Kiwi gamer satisfied. The mobile version of the Royal Vegas casino offers many of these games, and can be played on just about any smartphone or tablet device running iOS, Android, or BlackBerry OS’s.

Royal Vegas is a big helping of virtual Las Vegas action on your desktop or mobile device. With live dealer games that further simulate the real Las Vegas experience, and offers and promotions that treat you like royalty, you may never need to visit the real thing.