Published on by James
Lucky Days casino launched this March and we’ve been hearing a tonne of great things about them.We decided to do a...
Published on by Adam
We recently added Leo Vegas to our collection of Netent casinos, so I went and had a look around. Leo Vegas is developed in Sweden and based in Malta. It has a cool orange lion theme (as Dutchies we quite like the colour orange and the combination with lions, especially when it comes to our football team) and its websites are very sleek, modern and attractive, and so easy to navigate.
It is an especially interesting casino to visit as it also has a mobile website where you can play online casino games on your iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Leo Vegas generously offers bonuses on your first four deposits, with a maximum of € 700 bonus money.
Signup is very easy, though only available to players from countries of the European Union, and also South Africa. You can make a deposit with Visa, Ideal and Paysafe on both mobile and desktop sites, Instant Bank is only available on the desktop website. The minimum deposit is € 10.
Navigation on the website is visually pleasant and easy, and I immediately saw some of our favourite Netent games, but also plenty of new ones. They host games from Net Entertainment, Microgaming, NYX Interactive,Viaden Gaming and Nextgen.
I also visited the mobile website on my iPad. Leo Vegas claims to be the fastest mobile casino and I found that to be quite accurate, especially on wifi. The games load a bit slower on 3G but not enough to be frustrating at all.
The mobile website is also very attractive, and uses the touch screen navigation of sliding up and down and left and right really well. When you sign in you can slide up to exit the deposit area and access the games, and when you touch the lion’s paw icon in the top left a great little main menu appears on the left.
The only downside of the mobile casino is that some games won’t load in any other browser than Safari. As a Chrome user, I found that a little annoying, but nothing to keep me away. The other thing I found was that some of the games were only formatted to fit a phone screen, so it looked tiny on my iPad, and there was no way to zoom in on it. But these minor issues are understandable as mobile casino gaming is only just becoming available, and it is likely to change in the future.
Overall both sites were great to visit and are a fantastic addition to our collection, so go check it out for yourself!