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VegasLand sister sites 2023
Neptune Play is an interesting place to start with a list of Vegasland sister sites. That’s not because it’s an especially good casino; it isn’t. It’s because it’s a bit of an oddity by the standards of the AG Communications Limited casino platform. With one other exception, every single casino and betting site on this network is run as a white-label iGaming site, involving at least one-third party alongside AG Communications. Neptune Play and Jambo Casino are the only sites that AG Communications has retained full control over.
We don’t really know why that is. It’s not as if the operator has piled Neptune Play high with features, bonuses and other extra content in an attempt to show off its wares and attract more white-label partners. If anything, Neptune Play appears to be a casino in decline. It stopped accepting new registrations from the UK in early 2023, so it may soon be de-registered from AG Communications’ UKGC licence and vanish from our shores entirely.
There are a lot of Vegasland sister sites, but very few of them offer anything different or unique compared to most of the others. In fact, roughly half of them look almost exactly like Next Casino. There’s no mystery about the reasons why – it’s because AG Communications Limited long ago developed a template for use when putting iGaming sites together and is guilty of using the same rigid template far too often. Still, though, what comes with the template can still be exciting.
Next Casino might not look like it’s up to much, but it has almost fifteen hundred games, about thirteen hundred of which are slots. The remaining couple of hundred titles can be found in the site’s live casino. You don’t get a huge amount of value from the Next Casino welcome promotion, but then again, you don’t get a huge amount of value from the welcome promotions of most Vegasland sister sites.
A lot can change in a relatively short space of time in iGaming. Online casinos that were trendy and popular a year ago may no longer be trendy and popular today. Nobody knows that better than AG Communications Limited and whichever of its white-label partners works with it in the running of MillionPot. This used to be one of the highlights of the Vegasland sister sites range. It attracted thousands of players per day and was hailed as one of the top sites both in terms of the promotions that it offered and the way it looked.
Today, though, MillionPot looks badly dated and isn’t quite so regularly visited. That alone wouldn’t be enough to sink the casino in our estimation, but the current version of the MillionPot website has some serious flaws. The biggest of them is that it mentions both a cashback incentive and an offer of regular free spins in the banners that scroll by on its homepage. Neither of these promotions are still available at MillionPot, nor have they been for quite some time.
Spin Shake is a casino that tries to keep things simple. There are Vegasland sister sites that try to do everything at once, and you might even say that Vegasland itself is one of them. At the other end of the scale are casinos that pick one or two things and attempt to excel at them. Spin Shake is one of those casinos. It might have a name that makes it sound like a pop-up artisan milkshake stall in Brighton or somewhere equally fashionable, but Spin Shake sees itself as a place for those who love online slots.
The motto of the casino is “play it, shake it,” but we’re not entirely sure what we’re supposed to be shaking. As well as spinning slots, you can also spin roulette wheels at this casino or even watch a real dealer do it for you on a live stream. Like all of the narrow-focus Vegasland sister sites, Spin Shake has a pared-back welcome promotion compared to the likes of Vegasland, but so long as you go into the site with your eyes wide open and expecting little from its promotions, you can have fun here.
Following on from what we just said about having fun at Spin Shake, it’s possible to have fun at almost all the Vegasland sister sites – even the bad ones. There are only two sites on the platform that we can think of where it’s hard to imagine players enjoying their experience. One is Slotanza, and the other is Go Pro Casino. This casino site might be named after a well-known camera brand, but there’s no connection between the casino and the brand – and there’s definitely no “big brand” feel about the casino.
Its welcome offer is bafflingly bad, inviting players to deposit £15 or more to receive just twenty-five free spins. Technical errors at the site are rife; the FAQ button wasn’t working at the time of our last visit, and the same slots lined up in the same order in every supposedly-different row of categories on the homepage. Go Pro Casino feels fundamentally broken, and we wouldn’t feel confident spending money with it.
Having looked at one of the very worst Vegasland sister sites, here’s one of the very best. This is Mr Play, and even if you’ve never heard of any of the other AG Communications Limited casinos before, we’d be surprised if you’d never heard of this one. Mr Play is where AG Communications and its white-label partner have gone overboard in an attempt to bring players the best of everything. It goes without saying that Mr Play has a fantastic portfolio of slots and live casino games – almost all of the Vegasland sister sites do.
Mr Play adds to that portfolio with a selection of scratch games and a massive sports betting section. The list of spots you can place wagers on at Mr Play seems almost endless and covers events all over the world. The moustache motif of the casino has become a recognisable brand, and the casino itself is considered high-profile in the UK. The quality of customer support that it offers could be better, but no casino is perfect.
|#No. of Sister Sites||89|
|Best Sister Sites||Next Casino, Neptune Play, Go Pro Casino, Spin Shake and Million Pot Casino|
|Owner/Operator||AG Communications Limited: High Street 135, Sliema, SLM 1548, Malta|
|Sister sites status||2 Active, 61 White Labels and 26 Inactive sister sites. 89 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 39483|
|N/A – not on Twitter|
|VegasLand Facebook page|
VegasLand operator – AG Communications Limited
If you followed what we were saying about AG Communications Limited when we were talking about the Vegasland sister sites further up this page, you’ll already know that this is a network of white-label casinos. Of the sixty-one (correct at the time of writing) active casinos on this network, all but two are white-label sites. It’s a business model that’s worked wonders for the operator in the past but may not be performing quite so well in the present. A couple of years ago, the number of casinos on the network was over ninety. So many closures in so short a space of time must have been a bitter pill to swallow for AG Communications, but it’s a sign of the times. If a white-label company or individual decides to bail on its casino, there isn’t much an operator can do about it.
Losing a third of its range would be a killer blow for most casino networks, but AG Communications Limited is basically unharmed. That’s because it belongs to something far larger – Aspire Global, which is based in Malta, and is one of the biggest casino operators in Europe. Even with the aforementioned closures, Aspire Global still has close to 180 active casino sites. Only a third of them are available to players in the UK because Aspire Global has access to over thirty other markets and expends as much time and effort on players in those markets as it does on players here. 2022 saw the start of a new era at Aspire Global when the company was purchased by NeoGames. Who knows what the future now holds for the business?
Vegasland Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
Vegasland is one of the biggest casinos on this whole platform when it comes to its welcome promotion. When you join the casino, you can claim up to £200 in matched deposit funds along with one hundred bonus spins. It takes a bit of effort (and spending) to unlock the full amount, though. The “carnival welcome package,” as it’s called, involves a fifty per cent matched first deposit up to a maximum of £50 plus twenty free spins on Starburst, and then fifty per cent up to £75 on second and third deposits. Forty free spins on Book of Dead come with the second deposit, and forty free spins on Legacy of Dead come with the third. All bonuses must be wagered x35 before any withdrawals become possible.
A small number of players who come to Vegasland do so for the site’s sports betting rather than any of the promotions. If you’re one of them, you can claim a £10 free bet by first spending £10 of your own money on any bet with odds of 1/1 as a minimum. A £10 bet token will then automatically be added to your Vegasland account and must be spent as a single bet within fourteen days of allocation.
Given that Vegasland takes the trouble to provide different welcome promotions for casino fans and sports bettors, it’s a little surprising that it doesn’t do anything further in terms of promotions. We don’t count the Pragmatic Play Drops and Wins games as “promotions,” nor do we count tournaments, so there’s nothing else at the casino at all in terms of loyalty rewards for players who stick around. There’s nothing more for sports bettors either unless you count a bet builder feature as a promotion – which we don’t.
Top Games at Vegasland
You don’t have to look very hard for the top games at Vegasland. There are three of them, and they’re clearly identified as “featured games” on the casino’s homepage. You can check two of them out using the free spins generated by the welcome promotion; Starburst and Book of Dead. Both slots are considered iconic, and we think it’s highly unlikely you’d be on a website looking for Vegasland sister sites if you weren’t savvy enough to be more than familiar with both of them already. The third slot, Rise of Olympus, is a little more complex. It comes from Play’n Go – the same provider that came up with Book of Dead – but takes its inspiration from Greek myths and legends rather than Egyptian myths and legends. It’s notable for its massively high volatility and comparatively low RTP but does at least guarantee that two bonus features will be switched on at all times.
Customer Support and Licensing
A casino as big as Vegasland – one that clearly has aspirations of becoming a big deal on the UK scene – ought to offer more by way of customer support than basic email assistance. It doesn’t, though, and that’s to its detriment. Vegasland is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 39483, which is held by AG Communications Limited. The operator paid a fine of £237,600, accepted a warning, and further accepted additional conditions being imposed against its licence in November 2022 after agreeing with the UKGC’s findings that its white-label partners weren’t completing sufficiently thorough source of funds and customer identification checks. AG Communications Limited cooperated fully with the inquiry.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
Vegasland supports various withdrawal methods. For the fastest results, use a supported e-wallet (PayPal, Skrill, MuchBetter) and get your money in 0-48 hours. From there, things get slower. Trustly’s banking intermediary service should see you getting your money in 0-96 hours. Debit card transactions have vague guidelines, with instant withdrawals apparently possible but potential waits of six business days are also possible. Vegasland also works with AstroPay (subject to a three-day turnaround) and standard bank transfers (two days to six days).
Final Thoughts on Vegasland
Vegasland veers dangerously close to being a triumph of style over substance. It’s one of the best-looking casinos you’re ever likely to see, and it does better than the average AG Communications site by including sports betting as an option, but it’s not without its issues. The biggest of them is its low-grade customer service standards. No casino site can be considered top class if it doesn’t offer live chat assistance to customers at the very least, and so Vegasland can’t be considered a top class casino.
VegasLand Sister Sites Player Reviews
Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about Vegasland. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.
There haven’t been enough reviews of Vegasland posted within the past twelve months to give you a balanced, rounded view of player feedback of the casino. If that changes, you’ll see the most recent reviews listed here.