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Dream Vegas sister sites include Casimba, Temple Nile, Spin Yoo Casino, Barz Casino, 21 Casino, Hello Casino, Reel Island and many more.
Dream Vegas (dreamvegas.com) is operated by White Hat Gaming Limited, Cornerstone Business Centre, Mosta, MST1180, Malta.

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Dream Vegas Sister Sites 2024

White Hat Gaming Limited is a casino network company that gets on with its business quietly. There isn’t an “all-star” casino among the Dream Vegas sister sites. Instead, there’s a series of well-made, moderately popular casinos that all have their own charms and foibles. If you want to see a complete list of those casinos and find out more about White Hat Gaming in its capacity as the company that operates them, go to our dedicated White Hat Gaming Limited page. Here on this page, you’ll find the best of the Dream Vegas sister sites listed below.

Temple Nile

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Temple Nile manages to look even more upmarket than the best-known casino on this platform does, and that’s really saying something. The designers who put Temple Nile together went as far as dressing an actress up as Cleopatra and filming her standing in front of the backdrop of the pyramids. This is the slickest of the Dream Vegas sister sites when it comes to presentation, with the entire landing page of the site given over to a looping video promotion for everything that’s available at the casino. The welcome offer gets pride of place when it comes to text content, but if you keep your eye on the ever-changing background, you’ll see that Temple Nile also offers live dealers, sophisticated card games, and a VIP experience throughout. We should mention that Temple Nile comes with an Egyptian theme, but you’d probably already guessed that from the casino’s name.

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Reel Island

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If you were to visit the Dream Vegas sister sites in the order that we’ve listed this featured selection of them, you’d think that Reel Island was a step down from the previous two. It lacks the flashy video content of its siblings and looks more like a standard, traditional online slots website. That’s a fair enough assumption to make, and it’s mostly true, but very few online casinos could complete with the visual beauty of Klasino and Temple Nile. Reel Island still markets itself as a “new” slots site, which is a stretch at this point, but it still has plenty to offer. The tropical island theme is consistent throughout the site, and the promotions are tailored towards those who love online slots but don’t care about any other types of casino games. Reel Island is especially well-optimised for performance on mobile phones, so this might be one for you to think about if you play on the move more often than you play in front of a computer screen.

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Hello Casino

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All of the Dream Vegas sister sites we’ve looked at thus far in this highlight section have been “white label” sites, by which we mean that someone other than White Hat Gaming Limited is involved in the running of them. Hello Casino is one of just seven online casino sites operated solely by the casino network company. That’s why we’re a little surprised that it’s the least visually appealing of the casinos on the list thus far, but we won’t hold that against it. Hello Games makes no attempt to drop our jaws with videos or eye-popping graphics, but it’s hard to imagine finding a casino with an easier-to-use layout. If online slots are your casino games of choice, you’ll be pleased to find that Hello Casino allows you to filter its substantial collection by provider, age, and bonus features, as well as all the normal categories you’d expect to see. Pragmatic Play’s “Drops & Wins” jackpot games are given such prominent space on the site’s homepage that you could be forgiven for thinking that the entire site is devoted to them, but there are far more strings to this casino’s bow.

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SpinYoo Casino

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Spinyoo is the online slots website that attempts to spin you right round like a record. The colour scheme of this Dream Vegas sister site – plain black with pink highlights – isn’t exactly what we’d call “adventurous,” but this is a site that cares little for visual flair. Spinyoo is all about substance, which is why the terms and conditions of the welcome offer pop up at the bottom of the screen in the space you’d usually expect to see filled by cookie and data collection information. In keeping with the “spin” idea of the casino’s theme, promotions spin past at the top of the homepage like they’re on a carousel, accompanied by responsible gambling information. The lack of visual sparkle makes it difficult for Spinyoo to stand out when compared to the other Dream Vegas sister sites, but this is one of only a handful of online casinos we’ve ever seen that offers seasonal collections. The “spring range” of online slots was featured on the homepage when we visited, which makes the site feel a little like a fashion magazine.

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Barz Casino

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“Barz” are the rhyming couplets that rappers spit at each other when they’re battle rapping, but we suspect that’s not the idea behind the name of this somewhat understated Dream Vegas sister site. We think it’s a reference to the “bar” symbol on traditional online slots games, although the site offers no clues beyond its motto, “Get it all, get Barz.” If we had to describe the theme and feel of Barz Casino in a single word, it would be “minimalism.” There’s a lot of white space, and there’s almost a complete lack of promotional content save for a splash graphic showing off the latest welcome offer at the site. Barz Casino isn’t going to make a strong impression on players visually, but the range of slots and games available at the site is comparable to what you’ll find elsewhere on the White Hat Gaming Limited network. This might not be the strongest site in the range, but it’s no slouch.

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Playzee

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Playzee is an online casino site presented by a cartoon character who looks for all the world like the famous “mad professor” mascot of Weetos breakfast cereal. We apologise if you’re too young to get that reference, but those who did get it will know what we mean by it as soon as they land on the Playzee Casino homepage. “Zee” is, for some reason, the buzzword at this Dream Vegas sister site. Free spins are called “Zee Spins,” and the points players accrue by participating in the site’s loyalty scheme are called “Zee points.” Unfortunately, the design of this casino means that it isn’t the easiest to use. Dropdown menus appear from both the top and bottom of the screen when you start scrolling through the content, in some cases making the content hard to see by getting in the way. In better news, the total jackpot fund available via Playzee at the time of our visit was above £23m. That might make it worth a visit for the high rollers among you who are willing to overlook the design issue.

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Captain Spins

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Superhero movies are all the rage at the moment, and superhero movies made by Marvel are more popular than all of the others. That, in a nutshell, is why Captain Spins casino has the name and theme that it does. This Dream Vegas sister site borrows liberally from Marvel’s source material – so much so that the CGI image of Captain Spins himself, which appears prominently on the casino’s landing page, is a dead ringer for Chris Evans playing the character of Captain America. Captain Spins is a casino that leads on promotions more than it does on content, with the current welcome package taking up all the space above the fold on the homepage and further reasons to join the site listed below it. It’s almost as if the online slots themselves have become an afterthought, which is a curious choice for a casino that’s theoretically built around them. Still, though, there are plenty of slots to be played with here, and they all come from top providers.

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21 Casino

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21 Casino is a place that’s designed to replicate the look and atmosphere of a brick-and-mortar casino that you might visit on a night out with your friends. There’s a crown in its logo, and the two-tone clue colour scheme feels almost regal. It’s even a little retro in the way that it talks about its gaming content, with online slots described as “slot machines.” Further down the homepage of 21 Casino, you’ll find the live casino described as “real dealers with real tables.” The atmosphere at 21 Casino has been carefully crafted to appeal to those who preferred the old style of slots and gaming and aren’t overly enamoured with the newer, flashier end of the market with all of its bonus tricks. This is easily the most conservative feeling of the Dream Vegas sister sites, but every casino site in the range has a niche or a purpose. In the case of 21 Casino, it’s a clearly defined one.

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Casimba

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We’ll quickly join the dots to explain the unusual name of this next Dream Vegas sister site. “Simba” is the most famous lion character in the classic Disney animated movie “The Lion King.” Disney owns the copyright to “The Lion King,” but not the name “Simba.” This casino is called “Casiimba,” and its logo is a poker chip with a lion’s face. As the Americans would say, “you do the math.” It’s another of the quieter Dream Vegas sister sites in terms of its basic design and looks to have been built around a similar template to the one used by Captain Spins. It also has access to the same enormous jackpot pool that appears at so many White Hat Gaming Limited online casinos, with millions of pounds there to be won by the very luckiest of all players. There’s little to nothing about Casimba Casino that’s unique, but it’s still a serviceable online casino site that’s capable of offering you a good time on a lucky day.

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Miami Dice

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If you know anything about great movies of the 1980s – and terrible 2021 remakes of the same movie – you’ll recognise the name and logo of Miami Dice straightaway. It’s such a close match that we’re surprised that copyright hasn’t become an issue for the Dream Vegas sister site, but it makes for an entertaining and memorable theme for the casino. The 1980s Miami atmosphere is so thick at Miami Dice that you could cut it with a knife, and even the neon pink and blue colour scheme has been ported across from the movies. Once you’ve got over the excitement of the theme, though, you’ll eventually find that this is just another of the so-so online casinos on the network. The constantly-updated list of winners to the left of the homepage might inspire you to carry on playing, but you won’t get quite the same VIP feeling here as you would at the casinos we mentioned at the very top of this list of Dream Vegas sister sites.

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Dream Vegas News

: We’re having a hard time bringing you any news about Dream Vegas this week, but that’s not for want of trying. For the first time in several weeks, the casino’s name hasn’t shown up in any external articles in the past seven days. Nobody’s reviewed Dream Vegas, and nobody’s sung its praises in any aggregated articles. That’s the exception rather than the rule for the casino, but the lack of any real news elsewhere meant we had to look to the casino itself for inspiration. Unfortunately, in doing so, we encountered a problem.

We tried to open the “new games” tab on the casino’s homepage to find out what’s been added to Dream Vegas recently. The “new games” tab isn’t working, so we’re unable to answer the question. The issue for us is that we have no idea how long this has been the case. We haven’t looked at this specific tab for several weeks, so we don’t know whether this is an issue that happened today or whether things have been like this for ages. If it’s the latter, then there’s a serious problem with the casino’s functionality. If it’s the former, then we hope Dream Vegas gets it sorted soon because we’ve subsequently noticed that several other buttons designed to help players sort through the casino’s games collection aren’t working either. The whole website is difficult to navigate at the moment, so we suspect that players at Dream Vegas aren’t having the best time.

: Dream Vegas isn’t traditionally thought of as one of the tip-top online casinos available to players in the UK. There are several “bigger” casinos than Dream Vegas among the Dream Vegas sister sites. Nevertheless, the casino always seems to get its name mentioned at least once by a major publication over the course of a seven-day period. Last week, it was TalkSPORT. This week, Dream Vegas turns up in a post on the website of The Sun newspaper talking about the best casinos to play Buffalo King Megaways by Pragmatic Play.

Getting listed in articles like these is always useful for online casinos for SEO purposes, as the articles generally include a link back to the casino website. It’s always a pleasure to finish first, though, and Dream Vegas finishes first overall in the eyes of The Sun, pushing Mr Mega Casino and HeySpin into second and third place, respectively. As is always the case with puff-piece articles like these, though, the reasoning for the rankings is more than a little woolly. The Sun says that Dream Vegas is the best pick because it has one of the UK’s best welcome promotions. While there’s nothing wrong with the Dream Vegas welcome promotion, that statement isn’t even close to being true. It is, however, better than the welcome promotions of both Mr Mega and HeySpin, so given that The Sun only lists those specific three casinos in this article, we agree that Dream Vegas is the best bet from the options provided.

: The dream has died for Dream Vegas and Bookies.com. After several weeks of the website heaping praise on Dream Vegas for pretty much anything it could think of, there’s been no new article this week. However, Dream Vegas appears to be picking up fans in other places. TalkSPORT, which publishes more posts about casinos than almost any other sports website in the country, spent yesterday reviewing all of the best casinos in the UK to play Gonzo’s Quest Megaways. Based on their somewhat unscientific methods, the best place for UK-based players to play the slot is at 32Red, on the grounds that it can be played with a 150% matched deposit welcome bonus.

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Dream Vegas is TalkSPORT’s second choice for playing Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, with the reason given that new players can claim up to £300 and 150 bonus spins when they join the casino. That would surely make it a better choice than 32Red, but we digress. In its assessment of Dream Vegas, TalkSPORT noted that the casino has a mobile-optimised site and doesn’t impose a maximum number of withdrawals each week. While both of those facts are true, they surely make the casino a good choice for playing pretty much any online slots game rather than just Gonzo’s Quest Megaways. TalkSPORT likes to give cons as well as pros to the casinos it reviews in much the same way we do and noted that the 48-hour wait for withdrawals at Dream Vegas is slow compared to other top casinos. Duelz Casino, Karamba and Magic Red rounded out the top five.

: By this point, you’re accustomed to Bookies.com writing a new article full of praise for Dream Vegas every week. You’re also accustomed to a lot of those articles being recycled. We assume that someone involves with Dream Vegas or the Dream Vegas sister sites is paying someone at Bookies.com for all of that positive coverage, but we don’t know for sure. We’re going to stop reporting on the Bookies.com articles because they’re so repetitive, but we’re pleased to note that Dream Vegas has found its way into a different publication this week – the Irish Post.

On Friday 18th August – today, at the time of writing and publishing – the Irish Post published an article on its website about the sixteen best online casinos available to players in Ireland. Dream Vegas placed sixth overall in the list and is described as an “amazing casino” with bonus cash and free spins available as promotions. After a long list of “pros,” the article gives only two “cons” about Dream Vegas – the length of its withdrawal processing time and the fact that it has “limited” cryptocurrency options. If by “limited, the author means “none,” they’re bang on the money. While we don’t want to accuse the writer or the Irish Post of malfeasance, it gives number one position on its list to Slotbox. That’s a casino operated by a company based in Curacao and doesn’t hold a licence allowing it to operate in either the UK or licence. Some people might suggest that it’s irresponsible for an Irish newspaper to tell Irish gamblers that the best casino available to them is one which isn’t covered by a recognised licence, but that’s their business.

: Incredibly, Dream Vegas has appeared in yet another article on Bookies.com this week, but we’re not going to cover it because it’s a re-post of the previous week’s article about the UK’s highest paying casinos. We’re not sure why Bookies.com keeps posting the same information under the guise of a new article each week, but we’re sure it has its reasons. Elsewhere, Dream Vegas has been named in a talkSPORT article about the best casinos in the UK to play the Eye of Horus Megaways slot at. We’re not sure why Eye of Horus Megaways has been chosen for a moment in the spotlight – it’s a fine Blueprint Gaming slot, but it’s been around since 2019.

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Dream Vegas was named as the third-best online casino to play Eye of Horus Megaways at by talkSPORT, coming in behind Mr Q and Mr Vegas. The reasons that talkSPORT’s reviewer gave for ranking Dream Vegas so high include the quality of the casino’s mobile app, the attractiveness of the Dream Vegas welcome package, and the depth of its gaming portfolio. It only listed one negative point about the casino, which is that there isn’t a loyalty program. While none of these things have anything to do with Eye of Horus Megaways, they’re all fair points to make. What’s more important from the point of view of Dream Vegas is that for yet another consecutive week, the casino’s name has been mentioned in a big-name, well-respected publication. That’s the sort of marketing that money can’t buy (although perhaps it did).

: The love-in between Dream Vegas and bookies.com is continuing with no end in sight. Last week, we told you that the website had named Dream Vegas as the fourth fastest-paying casino in the UK, which we didn’t feel was strictly accurate. The week before that, bookies.com called Dream Vegas the casino with the UK’s best overall payout rate. This week, bookies.com is at it again, naming Dream Vegas the highest-paying online casino in the UK. Confusingly, though, the article isn’t talking about the total amount of cash the casino has paid out. Instead, it’s talking about the casino’s overall RTP (96.88%). That’s surely the same thing as the overall payout rate, so it’s a reheated article.

Bookies.com is not, for once, the only web publication to mention Dream Vegas within the past seven days. The Sun likes to regularly review classic slots and casino games, and when it does so, it tells players the best casinos (in its opinion) to play those slots at. On August 2nd, The Sun carried out a review of Break Da Bank, which is a Microgaming classic from 2014. We don’t know why or how the vintage slot was chosen, but we do know that The Sun thinks Dream Vegas is the third-best casino to play it at. The newspaper’s reasoning has more to do with the casino’s welcome promotion than anything to do with the slots game, though. For those keeping score, 32Red was named as the best overall casino to play Break Da Bank at, with Mr Vegas in second place.

: Someone over at Bookies.com is deeply in love with Dream Vegas. Last week, we reported the news that Dream Vegas had been named the casino with the best overall payout rate in the UK by the website’s writers. With the casino still basking in the glow of that accolade, it’s received even more of the free publicity that other casinos would kill for by appearing in another article at Bookie.com this week. This time, the website has been looking at the UK-facing online casinos with the fastest overall withdrawal time. Slow withdrawal speeds are a pet hate of every online casino fan, so this is information I’m sure we’d all like to know.

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Based on the website’s assessment, the fastest casino of them all is William Hill Casino. Bookies.com reckons that withdrawals from William Hill Casino are as good as immediate, with funds clearing in player accounts seconds after hitting the “withdraw” button, even if the player in question is using a debit card to make their withdrawal. BetVictor Casino is in second place, with Bookies.com finding that withdrawals can be relied upon to arrive within forty minutes so long as players have had their cards approved for FastFunds. LeoVegas is in third place, but the website declines to say how fast its withdrawals actually are. Dream Vegas takes fourth place even though withdrawals enter a pending state for twenty-four hours before being processed. Needless to say, we don’t think the list is accurate. There are plenty of instant or same-day withdrawal casinos out there.

: Being named as one of the highest-paying online casinos is the kind of free publicity that every casino site dreams about, but also the sort of thing that very rarely happens. “Very rarely” doesn’t mean “never,” though, and it happened for Dream Vegas this past week when it popped up in an article written on Bookies.com. In fact, the news for Dream Vegas was even better for that because it wasn’t just listed as one of the highest-paying online casinos in the UK – it was named as the very best. If Bookies.com has done its maths correctly, the overall return-to-player rate at Dream Vegas is an enormous 96.88%.

We have question marks about how unbiased the article is because Dream Vegas is also described as “one of the most popular casinos in the UK.” While we have plenty of love for Dream Vegas and everything it does, that’s obviously not true. The fact that there’s a direct link to the Dream Vegas welcome promotion directly beneath the paragraph of praise that the website lavishes on the casino is cause to raise another eyebrow. If we’re to take the piece at face value, though, it seems that the other Dream Vegas sister sites are nowhere to be seen. BetVictor comes in second place with an average RTP of 96.27%, with LeoVegas pulling third place at 96.15% and Casimba fourth with 96.08%. The top five is rounded out by 21 Casino, which just about stays on the right side of the 96% mark with an RTP of 96.02%.

: Fairly recently, TalkSPORT launched a new branded iGaming site called TalkSPORT Bet, which offers sports betting and casino facilities. You’re probably wondering why we’re mentioning that on a page about Dream Vegas. There’s no connection between Dream Vegas and TalkSPORT Bet – it belongs to a totally different iGaming network, and so it isn’t one of the Dream Vegas sister sites. However, the reason we mention it here is that when TalkSPORT launched a branded iGaming site of its own, a lot of people assumed that it would end its long-standing commitment to reviewing casinos, betting sites and promotions belonging to or operated by other companies. That can’t be the case because the official TalkSPORT website published a new review of Dream Vegas on July 11th.

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You’ll already know the pros and cons of Dream Vegas if you play at the casino yourself (or if you’ve ever read our dedicated Dream Vegas review, which is below), but here’s the lay of the land at the casino as TalkSPORT sees it. The pros of Dream Vegas that it lists are its welcome bonus, the quality of its live chat customer assistance, and the great experience that it offers on mobile devices. The cons are the lack of telephone support available at the casino and the fact that it doesn’t have an FAQ page. That’s TalkSPORT’s words, not ours. If their reviewer had looked harder, they would have found that Dream Vegas actually does have a full, searchable FAQ in its Help Centre.

: Dream Vegas, as well as other White Hat Gaming operated sites, tend to do a good job at keeping themselves up to date with the newest and latest games in the iGaming world. One of the new games that have come to the Dream Vegas casino site this week is Fat Panda. This is a slot game developed by Pragmatic Play which has, unsurprisingly, a panda theme. The visuals here are classic Pragmatic Play with a fun, bright, colourful, and cartoon-like style. Someone who works on the Pragmatic Play design team must have seen the Kung Fu Panda movies recently, as this game looks like it takes heavy inspiration from them, with the Asian themes being felt though out and the panda that features a lot in the gameplay. This slot also has a great soundtrack that creates the Asian theme very well. In terms of gameplay, this slot plays out of 5 x 3 reels with 20 paylines. It has a max win of x20,000 your stake and an RTP of 96.07%.

From a sunny Asian aesthetic to a more cold and snowy one now, as Dream Vegas have also added Everest to their list of games this week, a slot game developed by Four Leaf Gaming which is based on Mount Everest. This game has some good visuals that create the idea of climbing a huge mountain perfectly. This slot is played out on a 5 x 3 grid with 1,024 win ways. It has a max win of x28,600 your stake and an RTP of 96.45%.

: There is no external news to report on this week with regards to Dream Vegas or their operating company White Hat Gaming. However, players over at Dream Vegas will be happy to know they have added some new games to their site. One of these new games is Alchemy Gaming’s Amazon: Lost Gold, a slot game with a jungle explorer theme. This game has some great visuals that do its theme justice, with a beautiful background that features an ancient temple, water, and a very bright green jungle. The game’s grid and symbols are also well-designed, featuring exotic animals and temple designs that are top-tier and a joy to look at, creating a great sense of immersion for the player. In terms of gameplay, this game plays out on a 5 x 5 grid with 3,125 bet ways; it has a max win of x5,000 your stake and an RTP of 94.22%.

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The new games keep coming at Dream Vegas as they have also added 10 Swords, a slot game with a Rome theme developed by Push Gaming. 10 Swords has some good visuals, although they don’t do too much different from others in the same genre. However, that is not always a bad thing. This slot game is played out on 5 x 3 reels with 20 pay lines, a max win of x5000 your stake and an RTP of 96.45%. These new games are ready to play over at the Dream Vegas casino site as well as other slots in their massive roster.

: Good news for Dream Vegas as this week they have been featured in talksport.com’s list of the UK casinos with the best welcome and sign up offers. This article features some of the biggest names in the iGaming space, such as Grosvenor Casino, 32Red, and Mr Vegas, so this is great company for them to be keeping. Being surrounded by some of the most respected names in the industry is sure to be a positive for their brand. The article also highlights the website’s theme as another good aspect of the site alongside the big welcome bonus. However, they also state that there is a limited selection of video poker and instant-win games. It is great to see Dream Vegas being featured in articles praising the site. We hope to see more of this in the future.

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: Dream Vegas’ operating company, White Hat Gaming, is one of the biggest names in the iGaming world, so hearing their name in the news this week will come as no surprise for those that follow the company or are just aware of their brand. This week it has been announced that White Hat Gaming will support the Bally’s brand in their relaunch, as they become the platform provider for their iGaming platform as well as providing them with their play account management infrastructure, alongside Kambi Group who will focus on the sports betting side. This is a service that White Hat Gaming has provided for many different brands while we have reported on the operating company weekly, and we will be sure to update readers here on many future partnerships as well as many updates we may hear on this one.

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Looking over at the Dream Vegas casino site, players will be glad to know they have added some new games to their site this week. One of the new games they have added is Pragmatic Play’s Wild Bison, a slot game with a North American and Bison theme; the gameplay features a 5 x 5 grid with a pay anywhere system, and it has a max win of x12,000 your stake and an RTP of 95.08%. Pragmatic Play is one of the biggest names in the industry, and they have developed some of the biggest games in the space, so it is no surprise to see that Wild Bison’s visuals are great and do a solid job at creating the theme of the game.

: One thing players over at Dream Vegas are sure to love is just how consistent they are with updating their site with new games, which is great for the players over there as it means that the gaming experience is always new, fresh, and different. This week is no different, as they have added a couple of new games to their site, one of which being Wild Celebrity Bus Megaways. Wild Celebrity Bus is a London-based slot developed by Pragmatic Play and the Pragmatic Play trademark visuals are all over this game, with a cartoon-like style. This style works here, with the big red bus that every London-based game has to have and the characters that make up the icons on the board looking crisp and high quality. In terms of gameplay, this game is played out on a 6 x 7 layout with 117649 bet ways. It has a max win of x4,000 your stake and an RTP of 95.5%.

Another new game that has headed to the site is Fear the Dark, a slot game with a graveyard ghost theme. This game is played out on a 6 x 6 cluster pay grid with cascading wins. As would be expended, this game has a dark visual style; however, the brightly coloured icons pop out, creating a good-looking game. This game has a max win of x5,000 and an RTP of 94.33%. These games, as well as others, are ready to play over at Dream Vegas.

: Dream Vegas’ operating company White Hat Gaming has made the news this week as they have announced they will launch Raw Arena content on their sites. Raw Arena currently hosts 350+ games and it has been announced that there will be exclusive content coming to White Hat Gaming sites. The CEO of Raw Arena (Tom Wood) spoke on this, stating that they were honoured to see White Hat adding their content to their established gaming platform. While White Hat Gaming stated that they were excited for new and fresh products to come to their site. This seems like an exciting partnership, and we will be sure to update players here when we hear more.

Dream Vegas White Hat RAW Arena Partnership

Players over at Dream Vegas are sure to be impressed by how often they update their games library, keeping the gaming experience new and fresh for their players. This week is no different, as they have added numerous new games to their site, such as Slashimi. Slashimi is a slot game developed by Play’n Go which has a sushi theme. For a sushi, themed game, this slot has everything you’d expect, a Japanese-inspired board, sushi chef, and lots and lots of sushi making up the games board. The visuals here are good and do the game’s theme justice, which is something we have set a lot about Play’n Go games. In terms of gameplay, this game is played on a 3 x 5 grid with 125 win ways. It has a max win of 5,000x your stake and an RTP of 94.2%.

: No new news to report on with regard to Dream Vegas or their operating company, industry giant White Hat Gaming this week, however players over at the casino site will be glad to know they have added a bunch of new games this week for them to jump on into. One of these new games is Fire and Roses Joker, a slot game by Triple Edge Studios. This slot stars an androgynous take on the Joker character, clasping a “fire rose” in their hands. The visuals here are strong , with a moody shade of red as the game’s main colour scheme, and the symbols on its atmospheric reels are crisp and pop out with bright colours. In terms of gameplay, Fire and Roses Joker is played out on a complex 3-4-5-4-3 grid with 720 ways to win thanks to the “pay both ways” system. It has a max win of 5000x your stake and an RTP of 94.01%.

The new games don’t stop there, as Dream Vegas has added multiple to their site this week. Another new game added this week is Play’n Go’s Wild Bandolier, a slot game with a wild west theme, a pretty popular theme within the slot gaming space. This game has some pretty basic visuals, and although they may do the job for many players, we don’t think they are good enough to make the game stand out. In terms of gameplay, this slot is played on a 5 x 3 grid with two betways. It has a max win of x2000 your stake and an RTP of 94.2%.

: Dream Vegas isn’t a site that players will hear all too often in the news. They are much more likely to hear about the casino’s operating company, White Hat Gaming. This week, White Hat Gaming has made headlines as it has been announced that it will power the new iGaming offerings for Jackpocket in the United States. Jackpocket spoke on this new partnership, stating that the company wishes to continue expanding the gaming experience for its players. They also spoke about teaming with White Hat Gaming, saying that they were excited about this partnership due to their long-term vision, capabilities and approach to iGaming within the US market. The CEO of White Hat Gaming (Phil Gelvan) also gave a quote about this partnership, speaking about their excitement to partner with Jackpocket, calling them a growing company. This is a partnership we are looking forward to seeing develop, and we will be sure to update players here.

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Over on the Dream Vegas casino site, they have added some new games for players to try out. One of these new games is Tippy Tavern, a slot game with an Irish luck theme developed by Snowborn Games. This game has all the codes of an Irish-themed game, complete with a green colour scheme and a little leprechaun in the corner while you play. In terms of gameplay, this game is played on a 5 x 3 grid with 20 bet ways, it has a max win of 7500x your stake, and it has an RTP of 94.18%.

: Players over at Dream Vegas will have seen that the site has added some new games this week. One of these new games is Play’n Go’s Pandora’s Box of Evil, a slot game with a Greek mythology theme, which is one of the most popular themes in the slot gaming industry. With this game’s theme being so popular, it can be hard to make a slot with it that is able to stand out amongst others in the space that have done it well. However, we have to say that Play’n Go do a really good job here with some impressive visuals that are some of the best around. The game has a dark aesthetic; however, it is still eye-catching and a joy to look at, which can be hard when going for that darker vibe. In terms of gameplay, this game is played on a 5 x 3 grid with 20 paylines, the max win for this game is x6000 your stake and it has an RTP of 94.2%.

The other new game added to the Dream Vegas site this week is Cowboy Coins by Pragmatic Play. This game has a wild west theme, this is a fairly popular genre within slot games, and usually, Pragmatic Play does a good job at making their games stand out. However, this game is a little too generic, so some players may want to try something else. This game has a max win of x30000, and it has an RTP of 95.06%.

Can Dream Vegas Be Trusted?

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★★★★★

Dream Vegas is a 3 Star trusted casino.

1. UKGC License Dream Vegas is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 52894, held by White Hat Gaming Limited.
2. UKGC Fines White Hat Gaming Limited paid the UKGC £1,334,053 in lieu of a fine in January 2021 after its handling of seven customer accounts in relation to money laundering and problem gambling assessments incurred the displeasure of the regulator.
3. Customer Service Dream Vegas offers live chat support around the clock and can also be contacted by email, but lacks telephone support.
4. Trustpilot Score Dream Vegas has been reviewed more than 275 times at Trustpilot, but its rating is just 1.8 out of 5.
5. Company Location White Hat Gaming Limited is a Maltese company.
6. Visible T&C’s All tems and conditions related to the promotions offered at Dream Vegas are visible in plain sight.
7. Social Media Presence Dream Vegas has accounts on Twitter/X and Facebook, but both are either abandoned or dormant.
8. Number of Sister Sites White Hat Gaming Limited operates more than thirty Dream Vegas sister sites.
9. Games portfolio Almost one hundred providers work with Dream Vegas, contributing to an enormous collection of casino games.
10. Gamstop links GamStop and BetBlocker are both linked from the bottom of the Dream Vegas homepage.
Overall SCORE > ★★★★★ – 3/5 Stars

Dream Vegas Review 2024

Dream Vegas has been with us since 2018, so while it’s no longer new, it’s also not the most experienced online slots and casino site on the block. It belongs to the enormous White Hat Gaming Limited casino network, which means there are a lot of Dream Vegas sister sites out there. That makes it hard for Dream Vegas to cut through the noise and get noticed by players, but based on the site’s popularity, it seems to be having precious few issues with that. The classy Las Vegas atmosphere of the site helps a little with that. Hundreds of online casinos share this theme, but Dream Vegas executes it especially well. The sharp-suited man and well-dressed woman who await you on the casino’s homepage are all that’s required to set the tone, and from there, the first-class range of online slots and live dealer games become the stars of the show.

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Even though the Dream Vegas homepage is busy with all the animated content and promotional graphics, it’s still not difficult to find your way around. A sub-menu in the top-left corner contains most of the links that players are likely to need, and we’re pleased to see the “contact us” link is given equally prominent placement. Getting hold of someone at the site if you ever need to generally shouldn’t be a problem. All the games are neatly divided into common-sense categories, and there’s a little jackpot information towards the bottom of the landing page to tantalise the jackpot chasers among you. We’ve talked enough about the site in general terms, though, so let’s talk about specifics.

Dream Vegas Welcome Offers

You won’t miss the welcome offer at Dream Vegas – it’s given more space on the homepage than anything else. The headline is that it’s a matched deposit at 100% of any first deposit between £20 and £300. The higher a player’s first deposit is, the more free spins they’ll get with their bonus funds. Players depositing between £20 and £100 get fifty free spins, which increases to one hundred free spins between £100 and £200 and then one hundred and fifty free spins between £200 and £300. All free spins are redeemable only on slots by NetEnt, which includes Starburst. Winnings from free spins are capped at £100. The wagering requirements attached to both the matched deposit bonus and free spins winnings are x35. You’ll lose your bonus funds if you don’t use them within thirty days, and your spins will be gone after 72 hours if they’re not spent.

Ongoing Promotions

There are a number of ongoing promotions at Dream Vegas, but almost all of them take the form of prize giveaways and are time-limited in nature. They’re ongoing, but they might not be ongoing for very long! When we visited the site, there was a £30,000 jackpot that could be won by any player who’d deposited and played any casino game at the site within the past month. The more games players play and the more money they deposit, the more tickets they earn for the prize draw. A similar giveaway competition offers £10,000 of cash and goods three times a year, but players have to accumulate 250 “points” on the site before they get a ticket to enter it. That’s best done by spending £500 at Dream Vegas within a calendar month, so it’s not feasible for everybody to enter the competition. Winners can choose from a range of prizes including televisions, phones and computers. A smaller-scale weekly promotional giveaway offers players the chance to win £500 per week by depositing at least £40 during that week to earn a ticket for the draw.

Prize draws are fantastic for the winners, and we’re not knocking the value of the prizes, but it’s a little disappointing that a site as classy-looking as Dream Vegas doesn’t offer anything more dependable. Winning a prize draw depends on luck, no matter how much money you spent and how many tickets you accrued. A format VIP reward scheme for players who show loyalty over long periods would be a good way of making sure that every loyal player gets the occasional perk from the casino and shouldn’t be too much to ask for.

Dream Vegas Pros and Cons

Pros: Dream Vegas works with almost every provider worth mentioning in the industry, and that means the casino has a huge, high-quality range of casino games and products. That’s as true of the site’s live casino as it is of the online slots catalogue. The welcome offer available as of the time this review was written is attractive and has reasonable terms, and the site’s layout makes everything easy to find. Dream Vegas looks like a big-time casino site, and looking like a big-time casino site is half the battle sometimes. 

Cons: Putting the welcome offer aside for a moment, all of the other promotions at the Dream Vegas site are prize draws. The prize money is incredible and makes for an eye-catching promotion, but there’s no dependable reward scheme for anyone who isn’t lucky enough to have their name drawn out of the hat. Several Dream Vegas sister sites have VIP schemes, so why doesn’t Dream Vegas? The lack of a telephone support option hurts the site in terms of customer care, and we’ll naturally always have concerns about a site that has a low Trustpilot score and belongs to a casino network company that’s recently been disciplined by the UKGC. 

Featured Slots and Casino Games

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The collection of casino games at Dream Vegas is very impressive, and picking featured slots out of the enormous range on offer isn’t easy. We decided that the best way to go about it was to look at the “popular” tab on the casino home page and then go with the slots and games that have the biggest logos. By using those criteria, we’ve landed upon some extremely familiar names. 

Starburst: Most players who choose to accept the Dream Vegas welcome offer will probably end up using their free spins on Starburst. They could pick any NetEnt online slots game, but Starburst is “the” NetEnt online slots game and probably always will be. Something about the combination of shiny jewels hanging in deep space set to a backing track of new-age electronic music strikes a chord with players, but it’s the sticky wilds that lead to free spins and then expand that really make this slot an all-time great. There are thousands of online slots out there in casino land, but there’s only one Starburst. 

7s Deluxe Fortune Spins: Reel Time Gaming has managed to do the near-impossible with 7s Deluxe Fortune Spins, by which we mean they’ve taken the oldest and most basic style of online slots presentation and made it seem attractive and exciting. Perhaps that’s down to the hot red-and-purple fire in the background, or maybe it’s because of the unexpected inclusion of a free spins feature within this otherwise featureless online slots game. It’s plain old fruits, bells, and bars on the reels – but the lucky 7 is a welcome sight, and there will always be a time and place for the classics. 

Crazy Time: This is a live game show rather than an online slots game, and the fact that it’s so popular at Dream Vegas is a sign that times are changing in the world of online casinos. Nobody was sure that the game show format would appeal to online slots and table game players, but they’ve embraced it with open arms and these days, any online casino worth its salt has to offer game shows or look like it’s fallen behind the times. Crazy Time is so-named because it’s essentially four popular online casino games rolled into one, including slots and a wheel of fortune, and theoretically offers prizes up to half a million pounds. 

Away from these headline slots and games, Dream Vegas offers all the table and card games you’d expect a first-class casino to host, plus Slingo, scratch and win, roulette, big jackpot games, and even a few free-to-play titles that are there just for fun. 

Deposit and Withdrawal Methods

While we’re generally satisfied with a lot of what Dream Vegas does, the standard procedures regarding withdrawals at the casino are as clear as mud. We can see from the multitude of logos stamped across the bottom of the site that getting money into an account with Dream Vegas is easy. All major debit cards accepted in the UK are valid, and every major e-wallet is also represented from PayPal and Neteller down to Sofort and Klarna. You can even use the increasingly-popular Trustly payment intermediary service if you wish or an electronic bank transfer system like Interac or Instadebit. Those of you who use Apple devices may be able to use Apple Pay.

The issue with Dream Vegas is getting money out again at the other end. Nowhere on the site or within the site’s listed terms and conditions are withdrawal turnaround times listed. Slow withdrawals are a common complaint about Dream Vegas on Trustpilot, so we question the reasons for not providing detailed information about withdrawal processing here. E-wallet withdrawals ought to be instant, but the fact that they’re not stated as such means that we’re unable to confirm it to be the case.

Customer Support and License

The chief method of providing customer support at Dream Vegas is live chat. Somebody at the site should be there to help you no matter what time of day or day of the week it is. It’s also possible to send emails, but there’s no way of speaking to anybody over the phone.

Dream Vegas is a dual-licenced casino with licences from the UK Gambling Commission (52894) and the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA/B2C/370/2017).

Dream Vegas – The Verdict

Dream Vegas is a casino website that’s bound to catch a player’s eye because of its good looks and has plenty of fantastic gaming content to hold that same player’s attention once they’ve got it. After the welcome bonus has been used up, though, there’s little in the way of a carrot on a stick to tempt people into sticking around for the long haul. Not publishing withdrawal information is a strange move in this day and age, and so because of that, the negative reviews, and the casino network company’s semi-recent run-in with the regulator, we advise players at Dream Vegas should exercise caution.

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What are players saying about Dream Vegas?

Here are our condensed/reader’s digest summaries of recent player reviews of Dream Vegas.

  • 09-Sep-2023 by Connor:
    I’ve tried everything, from depositing £50 to £100 and playing on 20p or even 10p stakes. No matter what, I end up losing it all. It’s like the casino is rigged against me. – source: Trustpilot
  • 05-Sep-2023 by Leslee:
    I had a great experience. Deposited £20 and withdrew £70 the next day. It’s not a huge amount, but it’s still a profit. – source: Trustpilot
  • 31-Aug-2023 by Max:
    They excluded me for 5 years, claiming I was spending too much. This happened after I won £1500 from just one game. It feels like a poor excuse to not pay me. – source: Trustpilot
  • 01-Sep-2023 by Unknownman:
    Someone used my bank details to deposit money on this site. Even after my bank reversed the transaction, they tried to take the funds again. I’ve reported them to the FCA. They’re con artists. – source: Trustpilot
  • 26-Aug-2023 by Mark:
    I lost a lot of money, and when I finally won something, they put it under review. They even asked for my bank statements but still didn’t pay me. I think they should be investigated. – source: Trustpilot
  • 22-Aug-2023 by Emma:
    I wouldn’t recommend this site to anyone. I’m down £100 and the bonuses are a joke. The base game wins are almost non-existent. – source: Trustpilot
  • 18-Aug-2023 by Eddie:
    I spent £60 on 40p spins on Eye of Horus and didn’t get a single bonus. It feels like a con. – source: Trustpilot
  • 04-Aug-2023 by Mikey:
    This site is terrible. You can’t even self-exclude properly. The games are laggy and the withdrawal process is likely scammy. UK players should avoid this site. – source: Trustpilot
  • 06-Jun-2023 by Sales Department:
    They shut my account without any explanation and are still holding £1000 of mine. It’s been two months and they’re still reviewing it. I’m considering legal action. – source: Trustpilot
  • 07-Jul-2023 by RL:
    I can’t understand the bad reviews. I won £850 last night and withdrew it today. The chat team is polite and the ID verification was quick. I even got a good bonus. – source: Trustpilot

Dream Vegas Behind The Scenes

Why Vegas?

A lot of thought goes into picking a name for an online casino website. It’s a crowded market with hundreds of online casinos. That number is likely to become thousands in the near future – and that’s if it hasn’t already. We’ve seen every kind of name from the most obvious to the most off-the-wall weird in our time reviewing casino sites, and the word “Vegas” comes up more often than almost any other apart from “slots” or “casino.” It’s here again with Dream Vegas. You’d have thought picking such an obvious name would be a disadvantage when it leaves White Hat Gaming with a brand named so similarly to so many others – but it doesn’t seem to be.

To most gamblers and games, Las Vegas is still synonymous with the hobby. It might not technically be the global hotspot for gaming any more thanks to the success of Macau and Singapore, but it still has that old-time glamour feel to it. We no longer even have to leave our homes to play slots and casino games thanks to the success of the online format, but Vegas is still a place that most of us intend to visit at least once in our lifetimes if we haven’t already done so. When people see “Vegas,” they think about gambling. No matter how much time goes by and what changes within the industry, that’s never likely to change. It’s a classic, time-honoured name – and that’s reflected in the suited-and-booted aesthetic of the Dream Vegas casino site.

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White Hat Gaming added Dream Vegas to its ever-growing roster of casino brands in 2018. It’s yet to embark on a high-profile media campaign to support the brand, but that’s not unusual for White Hat Gaming. The company tends to stay away from television advertising or sponsorships and doesn’t often use celebrities to promote its casinos either. Instead, it relies on word-of-mouth spreading among players, and medium-sized newspapers and media outlets picking up on the success of a brand and then talking about it in print. It’s had some luck with Dream Vegas on that front.

First up is the London Post, which took a look at the best Microgaming casinos on the internet in December 2020. Offering slots and other casino games by Microgaming is a virtual essential to any casino brand that wants to have broad appeal. It’s one of the longest-tenured providers in the business, and through its multiple junior studios, it’s also at the cutting edge of innovation. Working with Microgaming has been important to the success of Dream Vegas, and that’s reflected in the London Post article. It’s rated as the third-best Microgaming casino on the internet behind only Magic Red Casino and the Hippodrome Online Casino.

Glasgow-based newspaper The Scotsman has also taken note of Dream Vegas’ extensive catalogue of online slots. In October 2021, it named Dream Vegas as one of the best sites to head to if you’re looking to play brand new online slots. Again, being able to host those brand new slots is a perk of working with Microgaming. The Scotsman noted with regret that Dream Vegas doesn’t have a standalone mobile app, but that criticism is likely to split the crowd. We don’t doubt that there are players who prefer playing within an app, but there are just as many who resent having to download specialist software and prefer playing slots inside a standard browser.

Another Scottish newspaper has beaten the drum for Dream Vegas in 2021, and that was The Herald. In an article dated 2nd November 2021, it named Dream Vegas the best casino website to play online poker at. The paper reached that conclusion after noting that Dream Vegas offers more than ten poker variants and finding the focus on poker to be a perfect fit for the casino website’s Vegas-inspired traditional style. Going further, their journalist said they expect Dream Vegas to become a “big player” in the UK market in the years ahead. That’s high praise indeed.

Shunning Social Media

It’s hard to advertise just about anything these days without social media. For most major brands, social media is the most important part of their marketing campaigns unless they have the resources to take out televised adverts or sponsorships. We’ve already mentioned that Dream Vegas doesn’t have a presence of that kind, so we’d expect to see that the brand is very active on social media. To our surprise, it isn’t. The Dream Vegas Twitter account stopped posting in February 2020 after two years of sporadic activity and had only two followers when we came to write this review.

Things aren’t much better on Facebook. The official Dream Vegas casino Facebook page posts three or four times per year at most, and even then, it’s mostly adverts for responsible gambling rather than casino promotions. Fewer than fifty people follow the casino there. Aside from the lack of social media posts, Dream Vegas doesn’t have a YouTube account or any other outlet for video content.

This might be part of the site’s throwback style. The classic casinos of the mid-20th century didn’t have social media to rely on for promotions, and so Dream Vegas doesn’t bother with them. Based on traffic and popularity, it gets by just fine without them, but it’s odd to see a casino brand shun social media so completely in the modern age.

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In Their Own Words

While the decor and fashion of Dream Vegas look 1950s or 1960s to us, White Hat Gaming obviously disagrees. In the “about us” stub on the casino’s homepage, it notes that Dream Vegas launched in 2018 with a vision to combine modern casino entertainment with the excitement of the 1980s gambling scene in Miami. We’d expect a touch more neon if they were going for a “Miami Vice” feel, but who are we to disagree with the casino’s owners?

There is an error here, though. In the third paragraph of the site’s description, we’re told that players are the most important part of “Miami Dice.” That’s actually a different White Hat Gaming casino and a reminder to web designers that it’s easy to make mistakes if your attention drifts while you’re copying and pasting text from elsewhere.