It’s almost as if Slotty Vegas was made for Kiwis — they have so many pokies (nearly 1,000 games), it’ll make your head spin more than the reels. They’re also licenced with both the UK and Malta, so you know they’re not playing with a stacked deck. They’ve also got decent bonuses, but is there anything wrong with Slotty Vegas?
Right off the bat, Slotty Vegas offers kiwis a NZ$350 welcome pack and 135 free spins. As always though, there’s more to it than that. So once you join up and log in, you will be allowed to make up to four deposits for which Slotty Vegas will bonus you:
- First Deposit — you put in upto NZ$100 and they’ll give you 100% back plus 25 free spins on Book of Dead.
- Second Deposit — you put in upto NZ$50 and they’ll give you 100% back plus 25 free spins on Book of Dead.
- Third Deposit — you put in upto NZ$100 and they’ll give you 50% back plus 35 free spins on Book of Dead
- First Deposit — you put in upto NZ$100 and they’ll give you 200% back plus 50 free spins on Book of Dead
So all in all, you will get NZ$350 and 135 spins in your welcome pack, but it’s done over four of your deposits.
It’s pretty standard practice for online casinos to require a 40% wagering rate, and Slotty Vegas is no different. What that means for you is that if you claim that maximum NZ$350 welcome pack, you’ll need to spend NZ$700 (your deposit plus their bonus) 40 times before you can withdraw winnings. That means you’ll have to play through NZ$14,000 before you can withdraw. If you’re okay with that rate, then we reckon Slotty Vegas should do you right.
So yeah, a 40% wagering rate is a lot, but then again they are giving you free money, so fair play we reckon.
It’s pretty common for online casinos to say they have the most games anywhere, but in this case, Slotty Vegas aren’t trying to pull the wool over your eyes. They offer nearly 1,000 games, most of which are pokies, which goes down a treat with Kiwi fans. And because they use a wide range of game developers, you also get a wide range of top notch titles — Nitro Circus. What Wants to Be A Millionaire and Starburst are just some of the A-lister titles on offer. And if you happen to get tired of the selection of pokies (don’t worry, you won’t!), they also have a pretty good choice of live casino games like blackjack and roulette.
With a ginormous range of pokies, Kiwis will have plenty to do at Slotty Vegas.
We’ll be honest, we don’t think Slotty Vegas is the best when it comes to ongoing promotions. But they do have something that you might find just as good, and that’s their Supercharged winnings. If a game has the Supercharged logo, every win you get will have an extra bonus attached to it. And best of all, the Supercharged winnings get higher and higher for you, depending on your player rank, and how many games you’ve played. They’ll even notice when you haven’t been too lucky, and ‘Lift Your Luck’ with Supercharged bonuses. Who said online casinos weren’t nice to their players?
While Slotty Vegas doesn’t offer a whole heap of bonuses, the Supercharged bonuses are O for Orsom.
One of the benefits of being a slighter new online gaming site, is that Slotty Vegas was designed from the ground up to be a good gaming experience for players on mobile. That means if you’re playing on your mobile device, whether it’s iOS or Android, you’ll have smooth and enjoyable gameplay without any annoying stutters or crashes. After all, nobody wants their game to bug out when they’re on a hot streak on the pokies! What’s more, you’ll find that switching from your computer to mobile won’t make too much of a difference, so the transition in gameplay is seamless.
Built from the beginning to work well on mobile, you can switch seamlessly from your computer to your phone or tablet without any hassle.
Slotty Vegas has picked two game developers to team up with — Net Ent, and Microgaming. This is good news, as both are pretty well respected in the online gaming community, so you know it’s all above board. And being top software providers, that means they are allowed to get the rights to the big names like Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and Nitro Circus. To be doubly sure, Slotty Vegas are licenced both in Malta and the UK, so they’re good as gold in terms of keeping things above board.
Slotty Vegas has joined up with some great software providers to give you Grade A titles, as well as safe gameplay.
So yeah, Slotty Vegas lives up to their name — they have nearly 1,000 games, with most of them being really good pokies. It’s impressive to see not just all of those pokie games, but the titles themselves are pretty choice as well. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Battlestar Galactica, and Nitro Circus are huge names, and to have all of them and more in one place is pretty appealing to us. That’s all down to working with great developers, and caring enough about gameplay to get the best games. And yes, they have all of the other stuff too, like roulette and blackjack, that also have their Supercharged bonus system.
Overall we’re pretty impressed with the game selection and quality on Slotty Vegas, and we think Kiwis will love playing there.
Banking and payment methods
So like a lot of online gaming sites, Slotty Vegas is based in Europe, so a lot of their banking and payment options are focused on people that live over there. In saying that though, they still have plenty of safe options for kiwis when it comes to depositing and withdrawing funds. If you don’t have any of the lesser known payment options, you can still go through Visa, MasterCard or normal bank transfer. When you’ve got legit names like that dealing with your winnings, you can’t really go wrong.
While a lot of the payment methods are mainly for Europeans, there are still well known and safe options for Kiwis.
If you’re a fan of games that aren’t pokies, or you want to see a lot of regular promotions, we’d recommend you find somewhere else to play. But if you’re a pokie nut, you’ll bloody love their game selection and cool Supercharged bonuses.