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Last update: 31st October 2023
Dream Vegas is a sparkling Las Vegas themed casino and slot site from White Hat Gaming. The welcome offer includes 50, 100 or 150 spins on selected NetEnt slots depending on the size of your deposit.
Dream Vegas was launched in 2018 and is one of a string of White Hat Gaming casinos under the same ownership (sister sites include Casimba and Barz). The owners thus have masses of experience running casinos on this particular platform (which is always nice to know).
Dream Vegas is a bit lighter on the theming than some other White Hat sites but still looks absolutely gorgeous, especially on a computer where the Las Vegas by night background is animated (on a mobile phone it’s static, but still eye-catching). The theming also extends beyond the home page; it’s present in most of the promotions which is always a nice touch.
Going beyond the theming, Dream Vegas has a really solid selection of games with more than 2000 slot titles from dozens of different providers. New games are added at least once a week, and all new additions show up in the New Games lobby area regardless of whether they are slots, live casino games or something else (crash, Slingo, instant win, video bingo…).
The lobby arrangement makes it particularly easy to find casino games if you’re playing on a computer; blackjack, roulette and poker each have their own lobby areas as well as appearing in the table and live dealer areas. On a mobile phone, there’s fewer lobby areas to ensure that the screen is not too cluttered.
What’s not so easy to find is progressive jackpots as rather surprisingly they don’t have their own lobby area. We were able to locate Jackpot King, Mega Moolah, WowPot and Dream Drop by means of a search and there may be others too. Speaking of search, you can search for games or games providers by name and there’s also a lobby area for game providers; each provider has its own lobby tile which you can click or tap to see all games by that provider. This is available on all devices which means that there’s plenty of ways to find games you might like to play even accessing the casino from a mobile phone, which can be a bit of an issue at some online casinos.
Like all White Hat Gaming casinos, Dream Vegas is fair and transparent in the matter of slot game Return to Player. The Game RTP document which is linked from the site footer is kept up to date (when we visited it included a number of recently released games) and in the case of slot games such as Book of Dead and Starburst which have different RTP values depending on where you play them, the operator has chosen a value that’s near the top of the range.
The promotions page at Dream Vegas looks well populated but apart from the welcome offer and slot promotions like Pragmatic Play Drops & Wins which are run in conjunction with game providers, the promotions are mainly prize draws with a fairly hefty spend requirement needed to qualify. The prizes are certainly worthwhile – one is a whopping £30,000 – but be aware that these draws are not exclusive to Dream Vegas but also run at sister sites, with only one set of prizes across all sites.
All in all, Dream Vegas is a stunning looking and well run site and if you haven’t tried a White Hat site before (or even if you have) you may very well want to give it a try.
White Hat’s Responsible Gambling Policy is well written and explains to players why they should use the safer gambling tools as well as how to use them. As well as the standard tools they have Clock-off, which allows recurring weekly time-outs to be preset in 1 hour blocks to prevent gambling late at night, during working hours or whatever is needed. There’s also Payday Timeout which recurs on payday whether that’s weekly, fortnightly, four weekly or monthly.