Thursday, 11 June 2020

Videoslots Owners To Launch New Online Casino Mr Vegas In July


*Updated August 11th

A New Online Casino

Mr Vegas has officially opened. The online casino, which uses the same layout as sister site Videoslots but with a green theme, offers all new players 11 wager-free spins on your first deposit along with a 100% deposit match of up to £200. All you need to do to claim this bonus is deposit £10 or more once registered at the casino!

Like its sister site Videoslots, Mr Vegas offers a wide selection of casino games including video slots, table games, jackpots, scratchcards, video poker, and so much more. All of this content is provided by developers such as Greentube, 1×2 Gaming, Pragmatic Play, Ainsworth, Cayetano, BB Games, NetEnt, Big Time Gaming, Blueprint Gaming, Play’n GO, Nolimit, Gamevy, Iron Dog Studio, NextGen Gaming, Sunfox Games, Wazdan, and more.

If you ever find yourself in trouble, Mr Vegas offers a slew of customer support options including the ability to request a callback, an option to send an email through a contact form, and the choice of launching the Mr Vegas live chat service.

Parts of the website are still unfortunately broken like the payment options page, and the site currently only possesses a Malta gambling license. This means that the online casino cannot operate in the United Kingdom. However, as we already mentioned below, we assume that the site will eventually apply for a UK license.  We recommend you check back to discover more about Mr Vegas.

*Original story below

The creators of Videoslots casino have managed to spark anger after unveiling their new online casino; Mr Vegas.

The brand new casino was announced last week when the logo for the new casino website, depicting a green lion in a top hat, was shared on LinkedIn. Alongside the post was confirmation that the new site will be launching at some point in July 2020.

Unfortunately, the snap of Mr Vegas’ logo sparked an onslaught of angry comments from users who accused the company of copying popular gambling websites Mr Green, whose logo is a man in a green tophat, and LeoVegas, whose logo is a lion.

Many of the users accused Mr Vegas of copying both online casinos. Strangely enough, the creators of Videoslots didn’t refute the accusations but rather played along with them.

The website for Mr Vegas has already launched and can be accessed but users are met with a splash page of the site’s logo with the words “Our website is coming soon” written underneath. In the site’s footer, a small sentence confirms that the site already possesses a license from the Malta Gaming Authority.

In the comments of its logo reveal, the creators of Videoslots confirmed that the online casino will acquire a license from the Gambling Commission, meaning that it will eventually be available to customers in the United Kingdom.

No other information about the online casino has been shared but we expect the online casino to offer a huge variety of casino games. It’ll likely also offer up a selection of fun promotions and accept most major payment options like Videoslots.

Videoslots and Mr Vegas

Videoslots is one of the most popular gambling websites in the UK, as noted in our Videoslots review, and looking at the brand, we may be able to work out what content will be available at Mr Vegas. Videoslots currently offers video slots, jackpots, blackjack, roulette, video poker, scratchcards, live casino, and more content.

It’s also partnered with providers such as 1X2 Gaming, Asylum Labs, Barcrest, All41 Studios, Big Time Gaming, Crazy Tooth Studios, ELK Studios, Evolution Gaming, Fortune Factory Studios, Genesis Gaming, Microgaming, Iron Dog Studio, Leander, NetEnt, and so much more.

With this in mind, you can expect Mr Vegas to feature most of the above casino games from the aforementioned game developers. When it comes to payment options, Videoslots accepts debit cards, PayPal, Skrill, Trustly, Neteller, and more – most of which may be available at Mr Vegas too.

Unfortunately, none of this is confirmed and we’ll have to wait until July 2020 to find out more about the site and whether or not the site itself bears any resemblance to LeoVegas and Mr Green casino. Fortunately, there’s not too long to wait so keep checking back for more information.