LuckyVegas Launches via SkillsOnNet

LuckyVegas has become the most recent online casino to launch via SkillsOnNet. So, fancy hitting the tables at Las Vegas but want to avoid the airfare? Well, LuckyVegas Casino offers you the perfect solution.

All and all, LuckyVegas claims to bring the magic of Sin City straight to your front room. The casino prides itself on being one that has been created especially for players and by players. So, they really have designed it to offer you the perfect Vegas experience. It brings to your screen iconic images of The Strip with the addition of the best games in the market.LuckyVegas Launches via SkillsOnNet

What’s on Offer

In total, there are over 3,000 games including slots and table games on this top brand. You can enjoy products from providers including NetEnt, Red Tiger Gaming, Play’n Go, Big Time Gaming, Quickspin, Yggdrasil, BluePrint Gaming and more. In fact, if you can think of a provider, they’re probably on there.

Not only that, but they also give out big bonuses and top offers. Plus, if you’re a loyal player, you’ll also be able to climb the VIP ladder. As you move on up, you’ll pick up rewards as you go. But now, because it’s via SkillsOnNet, there’s the benefit of excellent customer service and lots of ways to pay and withdraw, all tailored to your locality.

Enjoy the Experience from All Over

Currently, SkillsOnNet holds licenses for UK, Sweden, Denmark and any .com countries under the MGA license. So, if you live in any of these countries, you can enjoy the experience LuckyVegas offers.

Undeniably, Las Vegas is the home of gambling. A spokesperson for LuckyVegas said that they aim to “capture the fun, excitement and unique atmosphere of The Strip”. In order to achieve this, they offer the best games and top live dealer games.

They went on to say that the reason they chose to go with SkillsOnNet is because of their “previous success with brands such as PlayOJO.” The SkillsOnNet VP B2B said that with the experience of LuckyVegas and their technology, this should be a “winning formula” for all, but mostly, players.