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On deck next for review is Leo Vegas. They run a casino and sportsbook. If you’re in the neighborhood for either, then this is one review you’ll want to finish.
We cover all the important details – the sports and markets they cover, casino games you can play, promos they offer, etc. – so that you can decide if LeoVegas is the right place for you.
I think they will be – for most people. But the only way to know for sure?
Start reading the review below.
Tip! I recommend you visit LeoVegas after you finish this review, even if you don’t think they’re right for you. It’s hard to accurately describe robust casinos and sportsbook without writing a book. They’re one of the casinos you have to see for yourself. You can even go there now and follow along with the review.
LeoVegas is part of the LeoVegas Group. They’re a Swedish mobile gaming company who’s been in business since 2011-2012, so about 4-6 years now.
They’ve exploded in growth and popularity since their launch. The biggest reason why is due their vision to become “number one in mobile gaming.” In other words, they didn’t stamp out another ‘me too’ casino and expect to stand out. They focused on mobile, which was experience massive growth in 2012. Between hard work, good timing and a solid product, their casino has risen to the top.
So, it’s not surprising to see they’ve won multiple awards for both casino and mobile gambling. They’ve won more than 15, in fact. Some of the :
I think we can expect this trend to continue throughout the rest of 2017, and beyond.
Nothing major that I found.
One thing I DID find, that was shocking at first, are the 58 complaints on AskGamblers.com. However, all but 2 of them are either resolved or rejected (in favor of the casino).
Of the two that were unresolved (both of them in 2015), one was because the player wanted to close his account, but said that Leo Vegas wouldn’t let him. This was an odd complaint since he said he didn’t want to self-exclude himself, since that option is for problem gamblers (which didn’t apply to him). He thought he should be able to close his account to remove all temptation from playing here again because he didn’t like the service.
That doesn’t make sense to me. If I don’t like the service somewhere, I don’t need any help or incentive not to continue going back in the future.
But, what do I know? Because the guy wasn’t really splitting hairs – AskGamblers.com actually sided with him. LeoVegas “self-excluded” the player – which was both wrong in terms of principal and as a breach of their terms and conditions – which, according to Ask Gamblers, could get them in legal trouble in some jurisdictions.
Anyway, it sounded to me as if LeoVegas did what they could to remedy the situation. And, AskGamblers closed the case, but it wasn’t displayed that way in their complaints section.
The other complaint looked like a similarly tricky issue, too.
Overall – my opinion is that LeoVegas has your normal complaints, but no scams or major issues to be weary of. It looks like they do their best to respond to complaints and help players, too.
Beyond that, they’re an accredited casino at Casinomeister.com, as well as an endorsed casino at the WizardOfOdds.com. Their company is listed and traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, too.
In short – I think they’re a safe and legit casino. Nothing from a safety, ethics or legal perspective to prevent you from playing here.
Players from the following countries will not be able to play at LeoVegas:
Additionally, bonuses are only given to players in the following counties:
There are a couple of different offers – one for the casino, live casino and one for the sportsbook. Here are the details.
You get a bonus and free spins with each of your first 4 deposits.
The total you can claim on this bonus is $1,600 and 100 free spins.
Get a 100% match bonus up to $100. What’s neat about this offer is that ALL games contribute 100% to clearing the rollover.
Get two 100% ‘Profit Boosts’ when you deposit the $10 minimum. Make a bet up to $5 and wait for the results. If your bet wins, you’ll get a little extra on top courtesy of LeoVegas.
We cover the playthrough and other requirements for each offer at the end of this section.
There are a few extra offers, yeah.
All of the current casino offers are limited time promotions. They expire at the end of the month, so it makes no sense for us to cover all the details here.
As for the sportsbook, there are a few additional offers:
Make a bet on horse races in the UK or Ireland. If you take the current price, but the starting prize ends up bigger, Leo Vegas will pay out the higher price. For example, if you place a bet at 5/1 but the horse starts the race at 7/1, they will pay your winnings at 7/1.
Get up to $20 in bonuses for every Tigers (rugby) match. All you got to do is make a pre-match or in-play bet of $20 or more on any match. You’ll then receive: $5 for the live casino; 20 free spins for Rainbow Riches; a $10 free bet.
Get 10% cashback on your losing tennis bets every week, up to $1,000.
Other than these offers, they also have a free bet offer for the current NBA Finals, as well as a chance to win an official Premier League shirt of your choice.
Overall, it makes sense to stay in touch with Leo Vegas, be it by email, social media or simply by bookmarking their promos page. They run a mix of evergreen and limited time offers that you don’t want to miss.
These are the terms for the new player casino bonus:
These are the terms for the new player live casino bonus:
Most of these terms will apply to general offers, too. On top of that you have the different contribution percentages, which are as follows:
Certain slots will have lower contribution percentages, too. You can see those, as well as all their bonus terms, here.
These are the terms for the sports bonus:
They offer a VIP program. In your player account you’ll see a VIP Level BAR, which will grow with every real money bet you make. There are 99+ VIP levels.
Perks of the program include:
Their big draw, or ‘main event’ as they put it, is their monthly prize draw. They give away all sorts of prizes such as VIP event experiences, electronics and more. One person each month will be chosen to pick their own prize from their shop, or opt for the cash alternative.
Tickets for the drawing are awarded by multiplying the amount you have played through your current VIP level. The more tickets you earn, the more chances you have to win something.
They cover more than 30 sports, though, and hundreds of markets and submarkets. Most, if not all the common options are covered. Those include:
They offer live betting, too. When I checked the in-play section out there was football (soccer) matches running, tennis, golf, rugby, baseball and basketball.
They also have a starting soon section so you can make plans for what to bet on later. When I checked this section out they had upcoming bets for UFC, e-sports, volleyball and football.
All sorts. Here are some of the different types of bets I came across while reviewing their site:
It would probably be good to spend some time browsing their sportsbook if there’s something specific you’re looking for. But for your weekend bettors or newbies – guys like me – LeoVegas has you covered in terms of markets and betting options.
And they do have limits, but they vary based on the sport you want to bet. They seem relatively high/reasonable to me, though. I’m seeing limits of $50,000 to $100,000 for most sports — $250,000 for others, such as football (soccer). This is another one of those things you’ll want to scope out on your own if you have concerns. But I think most people will be okay with the limits – recreational bettors especially.
One of the biggest misses is there’s no live streaming. I have no idea if they plan to add it, nor have I heard anything one way or the other. It’s been 4+ years since they’ve launched, though. You’d think they’d add it by now if they had plans to do so.
On the upside, they’re well-known for their mobile sportsbook. I wasn’t able to check it out as I don’t have a VPN for my phone. But it’s a priority to them. It’s part of their company’s vision to be the best mobile platform. They’ve won multiple (mobile gaming) awards, too. So, you can expect it to be good.
You can either use their website from your browser, or you can download their apps for either iOS or Android.
Overall – people like their sportsbook. I think I would, too, if I was a non-US bettor.
They work with a TON of software providers. Here are all the different companies they work with:
If you’re new to online gambling, you have no idea the number or variety of games this would mean if Leo Vegas offered every game created from each company.
If you’re a veteran, well …this excites you.
They have a lot. Here’s how they break their games down on their main casino page:
There’s probably some overlap there. But even with that in mind there’s at least 700 games to choose from. And that’s likely not counting some games, such as scratch tickets or keno.
This is a far cry from their potential, but way more than anyone needs to have access to.
Speaking of access, you don’t have to bother with a download. They offer an instant play and mobile casino instead. They have an app for both iOS and Android devices (just search for Leo Vegas in your app store). But you can also use their instant play casino (from your browser), which is compatible with iOS, Android and Windows.
Here’s a tiny glimpse into the games you can play, including examples from their slots, live casino and table games sections. We’ll share any thoughts we have too.
You’ll notice here that on the left side are your traditional slot titles. Things you’ll see from any casino or software provider, but maybe with a different name or graphics.
Then on the right side are the licensed games revolving around movies, TV shows, video games, pop culture, celebrities, and more.
This is only 50 of the 600+ slot titles you can play, too. It should give you an idea of the sheer number of games you can play here..
Again, I put the roulette games on the left, and the other live dealer games on the right, just to give you an idea of the volume and variety of games they offer.
There are a few ‘Leo Vegas’ specific games, too, while the others come from a variety of providers – which means there might be a few duplicates in the mix. But you can choose whichever one has the best rules, graphics, dealer or whatever criteria works best for you.
They have variants for low limits, time frames, casinos and even countries/languages, too.
There’s a fair amount of overlap between this section and the live casino (none of the games listed immediately above are live dealer games, though). But outside of that there’s a decent selection of games.
There ARE several duplicates; again, because of the different software providers. But also because there are different variants of the same game. For example, the low and high limit games, or the games with side bets.
This will satisfy most people’s table game cravings, I think.
Those are examples from the core categories on their site. They also have additional categories such as:
…if you prefer to find your games that way. They also have a search feature if you know the name of the game you want to play.
My biggest complaint – and this is the second casino I’ve reviewed that’s like this – is how they offer video poker games, but don’t have a separate category for them. 95+ percent of other casinos do, because video poker is a popular game with a low house edge. But they’re mixed in with the slots and table games.
Other than that, though, I’m real impressed with their game selection. I think most people could have an account at Leo Vegas’ casino and not need one anywhere else.
The banking methods they accept include:
The minimum deposit is $10.
You can cash out your winnings using:
The minimum amount you can withdraw is $20. Cash out times take 12-24 hours (on average). And Casinomeister.com says they offer fast cash outs. They do weekend cash outs, too.
Payout limits depend on VIP level. But unlike other casinos, their limits are reasonable.
You can contact them through the following methods:
Here are a few things that stood out to us.
Oh, yeah. Some people might even like them better than 888 or Bet365 – especially if you don’t want or need a poker or bingo option.
The bottom line – they have lots of betting options and games, solid offers, great software and customer service. You’re probably doing yourself a disservice by not checking them out.
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