Up to $2,500
3 – 7 Days
Interested in Vegas Crest Casino, eh?
Not sure I’d blame you.
Vegas Crest is an online casino who works with several software providers to bring you 600+ casino games. This is all but unheard of for a casino who accepts US customers.
(Yeah, you read that right. Americans can play here.)
We’ll show you some examples of what you can play later on in our review. You’ll also learn what banking methods they accept, what promotions you can claim, and what we like most/least about their casino.
The goal is to give you the information you need to determine if this is where you want to play.
Are you ready to get started?
Vegas Crest is operated by Vista Gaming and are registered in Curacao. Vegas Crest has been online since 2014.
It looks like they have a pretty good reputation. Here’s what I managed to find from legit authority sites from around the web:
Overall, I’d say most people like them – Vegas Crest Casino has a good reputation. And I found nothing in Google scam-wise that would stop me from playing here.
You’ll find the entire list in their terms and conditions under the Player Eligibility heading.
That said, they DO accept players from the United States.
You can contact Vegas Crest Casino using the following channels:
They say they’re available 24/7, and to expect up to 30 minutes for a response via email.
The payment methods they accept include:
There are no fees on deposits. The exception is if you make a deposit, but don’t play very much – in that case Vegas Crest reserves the right to recover their costs in fees.
You can cash out your winnings using:
The minimum cash out is $100.
Cash outs under $3,000 will be paid out in one lump sum. Cash outs larger than $3,000 will be paid in installments. They don’t say how large those installment payments will be, or the duration, but only that the terms will be discussed/agreed on between you and them.
Cash outs are reviewed within 2 business days. They are not reviewed or processed over the weekends or public holidays.
Vegas Crest offers a Welcome Bonus Package. This comes with a couple of neat perks – here’s what you get:
In total, you’ll receive 100 free spins and up to $2,500 in bonus money.
Now, there IS catch – there are terms you need to comply with if you want to claim this offer. Here are the things you need to know:
Winnings from free spins will have a (REALLY HIGH) 99x playthrough. And – assuming you can pull that off – the most you can cash out in winnings is $100.
You have 15 days to use your free spins and/or free spin winnings, otherwise they expire.
You will need to playthrough your deposit and bonus 30x. This is pretty average – not too high, but not low, either. You’ll also want to keep in mind that all games contribute a different amount towards the playthrough.
Vegas Crest has several extra offers for you to claim. The following details covers the offers not on a limited time basis.
Here’s what that looks like:
All deposits thereafter will be eligible for a 25% match bonus.
Anyway, you’ll receive $25 for every friend you send to Vegas Crest who makes a deposit. There is a 20-friend limit, and you’ll need to have made a deposit in the past 30 days to qualify for a bonus.
Just in case this is truly a limited time offer – and to stay on top of all their offers – I highly recommend you bookmark their promotions page, even hop onto their newsletter, if you decide to play here.
To be eligible for this offer, you’ll need to have made at least 2-3 deposits (their terms say both) prior to claiming this offer. If you’re a first-time depositor, that means you can claim the welcome package.
Winnings from your free spins will have a 40x playthrough.
That wraps it up for their evergreen offers. However, while I was there they also had slot tournament leaderboard promotions, free spin deals for specific days, and holiday-specific promos.
I also very quickly checked out their Facebook page while scoping out their Fan Page Bonus. It looks like they regularly make offers there too, that seem relatively easy to claim.
They have a cash loyalty program. Here’s how it works – you’ll receive $1 in cash for every $500 you wager.
This is likely the best-case-scenario, as they mention you’ll receive 2 comp points for every $1 you wager on slots, keno, bingo and scratch cards, whereas you’ll receive 1 point for every $1 spent on table games and video poker.
Yeah, I was right – it IS different for each game. They say in their terms and conditions that the exchange rate is 1,000 points for every $1 you want to receive (except when stated otherwise).
What’s neat about this program is that there are no playthrough requirements on your cashback. Once you’ve earned it, it’s yours to do with as you please.
This is their basic rewards program, though. They have a VIP Program where “VIPs get double the rewards and bonuses.”
That’s literally the case, too, as VIP players will receive 4 points for every $1 spent on slots and other soft games, and 2 points for every $1 spent on other games.
You’ll also receive double the cash for the same 1,000 points.
In addition to this, VIP members will also receive TWICE the daily bonuses mentioned above. Here’s exactly what you can get:
Plus, you’ll still be eligible for the 25% match bonus on all deposits made thereafter.
Now, there is one catch – this offer isn’t available to everyone. In order to qualify for their VIP program, you’ll need to earn a minimum of 100,000 comp points in a month.
In layman’s terms, that means you’ll need to spend at least $50,000 in a month to qualify for their program. And when you do, someone from Vegas Crest will reach out to you.
Overall, this seems like a neat program. And I like how everybody can get a little kickback, even if it’s a nominal amount from their comps program.
The games you’ll find at Vegas Crest Casino come from the following software providers:
Vegas Crest says they have more than 600 games to play. This includes just about everything you’d expect from a casino, including a variety of slots, table games, video poker machines and specialty games.
The biggest negative to their game selection from a 30,000-foot view is they don’t offer live dealer games. That’s disappointing, but hopefully they have enough table games to satisfy these players.
We’ll find out here in just a second.
You can play from most devices.
Their casino is accessible through your browser – no download is needed. As long as you can use one of the major browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc.) you should be able to play here. That includes Windows and Mac users, at the very least.
Mobile users can play here, too. I logged in from my iPhone, and everything looked good. Their game selection is a bit smaller, though, as I only found 5 table games whereas there’s at least 3x more than that in their regular casino.
But at least they have a few video poker machines, whereas the last couple casinos we reviewed didn’t (for mobile users).
Android users should have no problem here, either. Windows should be compatible with a few games (thanks to BetSoft), whereas Blackberry users will just have to test it out.
Let’s look at some examples of games you’ll find at Vegas Crest. We’ll list them in the same section they’re located in at Vegas Crest. We’ll also share a few thoughts we may have after each one.
They have sub-categories for progressive slots, 3D slots, 5-reel, 3-reel and i-slots, chain reactors and exclusive slots.
They also have many tags you can use to filter down based on software provider, type of slot or theme.
I highly recommend you check out the 3D slots from Betsoft, even if it’s only for fun money. Another popular favorite are the i-slots from Rival. These are story-based slots that change based on the outcome of your spins and decisions made during bonus rounds.
Nothing to add here. They cover the most popular games I think people will want to play. My only wish is that they offered live dealer games.
They don’t have many different video poker titles. There’s a couple more not on this list. Beyond that, the variants you’ll find are ‘deluxe’ and multi-hand versions.
But this list will satisfy most players, I think.
This is a far more robust selection of soft casino games. If that’s what you’re into, this is a much better place to play than 80-90% of casinos open to Americans.
It’s hard to go wrong with 600+ games. They have a nice variety of slots, table games and soft casino games. I’d like to see more unique video poker machines, but that’s the extent of my complaints.
One thing to keep in mind is that if you’re viewing their site from a smaller browser window, maybe on your laptop or tablet, you’ll need to open their Menu tab/window to find their list of games. It took me a few minutes to figure this out, which leads me to think it may be confusing for a general user.
They also have tags you can use to filter down to a specific kind of game. Most of these tags will revolve around software providers or slot themes – of which there are many – but if you know what you’re looking for, and don’t mind weeding through their tags to find it, this can save you some time.
With so many games I highly recommend you at least give it a look.
They have lots of games, several promotions and banking options. It’s hard to go wrong having ‘more’ of all of these things.
That said, they’re not perfect.
I’d like it more if they tweaked their min/max cash out amount. I don’t think the limit should be much higher than $5 or $10. You should be able to cash out whatever amount you want, like a brick and mortar casino.
The $3,000 cash out max is too low, too – especially considering I didn’t see any exemptions made for progressive jackpot winners.
There are a few bonus terms that were a touch too high, as well.
Overall, though, they’re a solid casino with a solid reputation.
All things considered, if you’re looking for a new online casino, Vegas Crest should be at the top of your list.