Sun Vegas Casino Review

Sun Vegas Casino Review

Sun Vegas Casino is a proud member of the Vegas Partner Lounge, a group of 8 theme-oriented casinos running Microgaming’s popular VIPER software and offering gameplay in euros, pounds, and U.S. or Canadian dollars. You can download the casino in 8 different languages, and it’s doubtful you’ll ever tire of the vast variety of games provided here for your enjoyment and (hopefully) enrichment.

Bonuses & Promotions
Start with a 150% bonus on deposits up to $40 (giving you a $60 bonus). Beyond that, you can earn up to $3000 extra in bonuses offered by the various “preferred” payment methods (ie Neteller).

Software & Graphics
VIPER software from Microgaming runs all Sun Vegas’s games (but for those in their Flash casino, of course, run by…well, Flash). VIPER software didn’t win Gambling Online Magazine’s award for “Top Casino Software” in 2004 for nothing: it’s got a slew of new games, including progressive jackpots, has advanced Autoplay features and a real-time strategy aide. I find Microgaming graphics to be a little flat and cheesy, but otherwise they perform excellently.

Choose from over 200 games at Sun Vegas. Talk about never being bored. Slots, video slots, progressive jackpots, blackjack, video poker, craps, baccarat, etc., etc., etc. The question isn’t what games Sun Vegas has, but what games they don’t have. And I don’t have an answer for that.

Payouts, Cashouts & Security
eCOGRA players have given SunVegas their seal of approval, recognizing the casino for their fast payouts, excellent customer support, and the integrity of their payout percentages and random number generator. The payout percentages, as a matter of fact, are issued monthly posted directly on the site, so you can learn, for example, that Poker seems to consistently give you the most favorable odds. Who knew?

Customer Support
Live help is always available, 24/7 365, via web chat. Really, that’s all I need. But for those of you who like options for options’ sake, there are toll-free phone numbers for 18 different countries, and two email addresses: one for financial stuff, one for technical stuff.