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  • LeoVegas Gaming Ltd
Minimum Deposit: £10.00

Leo Vegas casino has been around forever and a day launching way back in 2012. It is now one of the biggest names in the world of online casinos. Unlike a lot of other casinos, Leo Vegas is not part of a network and stands alone. It also features a number of original games that can only be found at their site. Fortunately to make it on to the exclusive list of games is Book of Dead.

Registration at Leo Vegas

To get things moving we jumped straight to the registration process. Before you start to fill in all the usual contact information you have the option to opt out of receiving any form of deposit bonus if you want. Its then a question of simply providing all the usual contact details such as your name as it appears on your id, address, email address and mobile phone number. You’re then redirected straight to a screen where you can ‘Verify Account Now’. Under the standard Know Your Customer procedures will you need to upload a copy of your drivers licence or passport. You’ll also need to upload proof of address such as a utility bill or bank statement. Please do be aware that different documents do have different processing times. If you feel the process is taking too long you can always contact customer support for any issues you may be having. It is also worth noting that during our visit to Leo Vegas all the documentation had to be provided before we could move on.

Once you’ve finally completed the KYC process, you’ll then be able to make a deposit. Leo Vegas uses the latest in SSL security to ensure that all deposits you make are totally safe and secure. The different deposit methods available to use at the time of our visit included Visa Debit, Visa Electron, ApplePay, PayPal, Skrill and Bank Transfer.

Slots & Casino Games at Leo Vegas

Once you have money in your account you can then get down to business and choose from over 1,200 different games. There are three different parts to Leo Vegas – Casino, Live Casino and Sports. Live casino and sports pretty much speak for themselves as to what they offer. On the casino side of things, the very first slot at the top of the ‘top games’ list was book of dead. When you scroll down the page the different games are broken into different sections and it tells you how many games are under each one. For example, under top games there are 46 different games, under newest games there were 12 and so on. By far the easiest option to find a specific game is to use the search option.

Withdrawals & Player Safety

When it comes to withdrawals this process is pretty simple, providing your account has been fully verified. The majority of withdrawals are processed within 24 hours but if there is a delay customer service is very helpful if you do need their assistance. You will need to make a withdrawal using the same method that you deposited your funds with.

Leo Vegas is fully licenced and regulated with the UK Gambling Commission under reference 39198 and also with the Government of Malta.