Since its founding in 2011, Leo Vegas has quickly climbed the ranks and taken serious strides to achieve its vision of “creating the ultimate mobile gaming experience”. With smartphones an integral part of our lives now, Leo Vegas are ahead of the curve in terms of game selection, graphics quality and streaming ability – it’s a pleasure to game on mobile with these guys.
They haven’t forgotten the desktop site either: everything is play-on-demand (no downloads) and the website is fairly minimalist and fast.
Games and Software
The good news is that Leo Vegas aren’t stuck in the past like some of their rivals – all games can be played through Flash in your browser, so you don’t have to download and install any gaming software onto your computer.
Offering over 300 different online slots, Leo Vegas have managed to balance both style of game and jackpot size superbly. Some players find their stock a little disappointing compared to the likes of 32Red who have over 600 different games, but the quality of the games here is generally high.
The big name in terms of software is Net Entertainment, but games are also supplied by IGT, NextGen, Betsoft and Play ‘N Go. Most people will likely choose Leo Vegas for their NetEnt games, and it’s hard to blame them. Favourites like Gonzo’s Quest and Piggy Riches are available (which are incredibly enjoyable and offer good chances to make a profit) as well as Starburst, a phenomenal 5-reel slot game which can dish out big and regular wins.
If you’re chasing that progressive jackpot, there’s also Thunderstruck II and Mega Fortune, whose jackpots cash out in the millions. They’ve recently added Microgaming’s hugely popular Mega Moolah to the list as well, which has been worth as much as £13.2 million!
Aside from slots, Leo Vegas also offers blackjack, baccarat, roulette and various styles of poker. It’s not an extensive range, but there’s more than enough to keep players happy who want to diversify their gameplay.
Something that Leo Vegas has managed to achieve ahead of many competitors is the integration of seamless, well-designed HD live casino. Games like blackjack and roulette can be played with live dealers (on desktop or mobile) in high resolution straight from your browser – the platform very rarely stutters or freezes, and players can even drop the resolution down a little if their connection is struggling.
This integration across multiple platform is truly impressive, and a big plus point for us.
Mobile casino is another nail that Leo Vegas has squarely on the head. Mobile casino is almost not optional any more – we handle everything on our smartphones, and we expect our gaming to be just as easy. Leo Vegas gets that, and their mobile platform is a masterclass in doing it right.
Their game selection is about 400 different slots, various table games and – this may be the most impressive part – HD live casino. If you have a good network, the HD interface will work perfectly; if not, just drop the resolution a bit.
All games are best accessed through your browser (it’s the simplest method) but there are iOS and Android apps for those who prefer to go that route.
- 24-7 online chat
- UK freephone
- International phone number
- Email (through contact form)
Response times are very impressive: the slowest option (email) is usually given a reply within 2 hours, and this speaks to the effort Leo Vegas is making to help their customers feel safe, secure and valued. Help is extremely fast and efficient through calling or online chat, with most problems being resolved in minutes. They also have an FAQ page which answers some of the most important questions around banking, registration and licensing.
You can make payments (aka deposits) using any of the normal methods:
- Visa (and Visa Electron)
Deposits made using an e-wallet will appear instantly in your account, while bank-based transactions will take longer, possibly over 24 hours depending on the time and day of sending.
For withdrawals, the process isn’t the quickest since there’s a 24-hour processing time from the casino. This is a bit of a faff when using e-wallets, as you may have come to expect instant payment to your account.
After processing by the casino, if you are using a bank transfer, then this could add anywhere from 3-5 days onto your waiting time, possibly a week if it’s over the weekend. For e-wallets it should be a matter of minutes, or hours at the most.
There is a minimal withdrawal of £20, and a minimum deposit of £10. Remember the first withdrawal will always take longer than subsequent transactions as they must verify your identity.
Leo Vegas is a first-rate casino. The game selection is brilliant in terms of quantity and the selection of popular titles. Big progressives like Mega Moolah and Hall of Gods mean that high rollers have their places here, while the hundreds of other titles cover the masses. With new games being added by major developers all the time, you won’t be disappointed.
The other big takeaway is that Leo Vegas has nailed the mobile casino platform. Everything runs smoothly, the games selection matches the desktop site and there are free games so you can get the practice hours in without making any payments.