Sky Vegas Review Continued...
There are over 250 games on offer at Sky Vegas, with a mixture of software suppliers including IGT, Blueprint Gaming and NetEnt. This ensures a good mix of styles to match any mood and should avoid any sense of boredom creeping in. Popular titles include Rainbow Riches, Starburst and there’s even a Happy Days slot! If you appreciate creativity, you’ll also love the long list of exclusive Sky Vegas slots on offer, some of which have progressive jackpots.
The array of roulette games is impressive, from low stakes through to multi-ball, zodiac roulette and one game based around the TV show Deal or No Deal. There is also blackjack, stud poker, craps and much more.
In the games section, the side menu expands to offer you the most popular selections within the area you are searching, whether it is slots games, table games or instant wins, which is a nice touch that could save you some scrolling time.
Impressively, the mobile platforms feature a hundred or so titles, including the 3D roulette and blackjack games that were specially created in conjunction with Core Gaming.
Everything loads quickly and runs slickly both on desktop and on mobile, with navigation through the pages a breeze on both formats too. The option to read fairly in-depth information on the games before you play is an interesting addition that not many of Sky Vegas’ rivals emulate.
Neither the desktop nor mobile sites could be considered ‘flashy’, but they look good enough and work well, which is more than can be said for some other casinos who prize bells and whistles over functionality.
Sky Vegas Bonuses and Promotions
New users get £10 as soon as they register, with their first deposit being matched 200 percent up to £1,000 once they have opted in. The free £10 has a wagering requirement of 20 times, with stakes on slots and instant games counting 100 percent towards that requirement, but table game bets are only worth 10 percent. The deposit bonus has a 40x wagering requirement before you can cash in winnings, with the same contribution levels.
It is worth noting that there are a number of Sky Vegas games that you are not allowed to play with bonus funds and you can find the list at their website.
Sky Vegas is known for its intriguing promotions that offer tempting cash and bonus prizes through the collection of reward points. It’s usually worth a look at the promotions page to see what is going on this week.
Sky Vegas is certainly worth considering for anyone wanting a selection of different types of games. There are over 250 here on desktop and over 100 on mobile from many different providers, ensuring a good amount of variety.
The website isn’t the fanciest around, but there are no complaints about how it works, and everything you need is well within reach. Games run smoothly and load quickly on all platforms and that is what is most important.
The free £10 offer is nice and, with a wagering requirement of just 20x, you could realistically see a return from it. However, the first deposit match offer, which needs to be played through 40x, is more challenging.
There seems to always be a tempting promotion or two running, with plenty of chances to boost your account balance, so it’s certainly worth signing up and popping in regularly to Sky Vegas to take advantage.