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BoVegas Review 

BoVegas is the originally titled new casino from the same people who brought us Bovada (we can only assume that Borlando and Borida won’t be far behind in this odd casino naming pattern).

In fact, we think it is, but there’s actually some confusion as to whether or not this is true, but the rumours and logic all point that way, so we will assume it as true until told differently.

Also, having created Bodog, it’s clear that this is a network of sites that has chosen its theme and is running with it, but that actually creates something of an issue for BoVegas.

While BoVegas is an understandable follow up to Bovada, is also ahs the issue of being an online casino with the word Vegas in its name, something that has become such a cliché that it has the ability to put off certain players before they’ve even given a casino a second glance.

Of course, many online casino players can endure, or even enjoy another Vegas themed casino to add to the top of the pile of those that already exist (if you can reach the top) and it definitely isn’t something that BoVegas can’t overcome, but it’s going to take a lot of work, as it always does to find success in the highly competitive online casino industry.

So, does BoVegas have what it takes to rise through the ranks and compete with even the most established sites in the industry? Or is this another new site aimed straight for the fog of mediocrity that has consumed so many that came before?

Design and theme

It is no exaggeration to say that BoVegas is a truly horrific looking casino., A vile red and gold colour scheme, that is clearly supposed to celebrate the affluence and decadence of a high roller, Vegas lifestyle, but only succeeds in looking cheap, tacky, and unpleasant.

The glistening logo doesn’t help, and the skyline of Vegas at night in the background does little to aid the derivative tone set by the name. The addition o lasers coming from the Vegas image actually make that worse as well.

Other neon colours thrown here and there succeed in making the entire experience even more painful on the eyes, and means it’s hard to even notice how good the navigational tools are, and they’re pretty good.

Possibly one of the most atrociously cliché attempts at creating anything that you will ever see, BoVegas is a colourful, overdesigned mess of an online casino that is more likely to induce a headache than it is to entice a player to sign up.


With that level of first impression made, it would take a seriously impressive games selection to make up for it, and it seems like BoVegas knew that, so just didn’t bother.

Instead, the only developer providing games here is Real Time Gaming. Now, this is nothing against RTG, they are a popular developer who have created some excellent games over their tenure in the industry, but when a site is going up against others in the industry that use anything up to 20 (or sometimes even more) software developers to ensure they are providing a tempting array of different games for their players, BoVegas only offering games from one provider makes the site feel even more outdated than its design does.

Yes, there are some slots and table and card games here, but unless you’re new to the industry, they will be of no interest, and even if you are an online casino newbie, you’re probably already aware that there are far better options available for you than BoVegas.


Site Information

Payment MethodsNeteller, Visa, Mastercard, Bank Wire, Skrill, EcoPayz, Bitcoin

*PLEASE NOTE: Credit Card Payments No Longer Accepted In The UK.

Withdrawal MethodsNeteller, Visa, Mastercard, Bank Wire, Skrill
Accepted CurrenciesEuros
Loyalty SchemeNo
Restricted CountriesBelarus, Costa Rica, India, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, Poland, Ukraine
Games AvailableInstant games, Slots, Casino games, Video poker, Card and table games, Progressive Slots
SoftwareRealtime Gaming
LanguagesEnglish, French
RTPNo RTP displayed on site.
Launch Date2018
Support E-mail[email protected]
Support Phone Numbers+44 203 432 3540 UK
US Support Phone: +1 347 778 0761
France Support Phone: +33 186 650 356