We do not recommend Queen Vegas casino due to what we consider to be unfair terms and conditions.
Queen Vegas is a phone friendly site with a great deal to offer online gamers. You are greeted by Mary Chip, a cartoon style character who is certainly glamorously dressed for the job.
She certainly does have some decent games to play. The emphasis on this site is definitely on Microgaming titles. Although many of the big name software designers, such as Net Entertainment, NYX and Williams Interactive are listed, many of the best known games appear to be missing from the published list. However, there should still be plenty to choose from and there are a dozen or so different progressive jackpot games in the range too.
Casino games include table options like Baccarat, Blackjack and Punto Banco. There is plenty of Poker too, plus half a dozen alternative Roulette formats. All the main casino games are also available to play in live gaming format as well.
Payment options include Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards. Paysafecard is available as a pre-payment alternative. You can also use Neteller and Skrill electronic payments. PayPal was advertised, but not available as a payment method at the time of our visit. The minimum deposit amount is £20.
Withdrawals are subject to the site’s wagering requirements. There are some maximum withdrawal restrictions to consider too. The maximum claim limit per transaction is £5,000. You are also restricted to total claims of no more than £10,000 per month. Large wins are paid in monthly instalments of £10,000.
There is an FAQ section on this site. Round the clock support is also available via e-mail at email@example.com. You can also give the customer services team a call on 0203 150 2541.
This is a decent site, although it must be said that more variety is available on many of this site’s rivals. Queen Vegas does a pretty good job all told, but it’s a competitive world out there!