Queen Vegas UK is a white label online casino run by SkillOnNet, a software company that runs 30+ other online casinos. Established in 2011, they provide a standard offering of slots, table games, and video poker. As with all SkillOnNet casinos, Queen Vegas online is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission.
The site has a mixed reputation in the wider online gambling industry, with the evaluation of some casino review sites not matching up to the experience of real life players. We tested out the Queen Vegas games to get an impartial view and see for ourselves.
Queen Vegas Casino: Editor's Verdict
My first impression of the site was that it looked a little 'unfinished' with a layout, font, and lack of characters or personality that seems bland and low-quality compared to most other online casinos that we come across. This was disappointing considering the staggering amount of free, beautifully designed online casinos out there. Perhaps the site actually is unfinished - when I used it the “Other Games” tab was broken and didn’t do anything when I clicked on it, there are unmarked dots to left of the screen and clicking on them navigates you to random parts of the page - and some other little annoyances tainted my user experience.
Queen Vegas mobile is about as basic as the desktop site. An app is sometimes available, but I couldn't access it.
In fairness, the Queen Vegas games themselves are the standard collection with some greatest hits, but nothing unique.
However, alarm bells were set off when we found out that Queen Vegas casino online has a worryingly low user rating of 2/5 on global trusted rating platforms. Users cited poor customer service, site glitches, and a slow difficult withdrawal process as causes of their irritation. Overall, I would give this one a miss.
Frequently Asked Questions
Overall, I personally wouldn’t sign up for this one given the multitude of better options out there.
Queen Vegas has the usual selection of the most popular games from the biggest providers, including Williams Interactive, Amaya, Nyx, Netent, Micrograming, and Bally.
Availability depends on your country, but in certain places Queen Vegas might accept PayPal, Mastercard, Visa, Apple Pay or bank transfer.
Queen Vegas is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, as all SkillOnNet online casinos are.
There is supposedly an app, but I could not access or download it. This was a disappointment.