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Jenny Vegas Casino

Better looking than Johnny, with more cards and slots.

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  • Excellent website design in terms of aesthetics – it looks lovely.
  • Separate mobile casino support for users on tablets and smartphones.
  • Generous, staggered 1st, 2nd and 3rd deposit bonuses help keep you coming back.
  • Extra special treat when it’s your birthday month, with more bonus cash.

Jenny Vegas Casino Review

It’s safe to say that while Jenny Vegas online casino was obviously made to parody the famously blunt, and infamously overweight British comedian, Johnny Vegas, whoever designed the branding had either never watched said rotund (but unarguably witty) funnyman in action, or perhaps more likely they simply opted to create aesthetics that are the complete opposite to all he represents and appears as.

Anyone reading this from the UK will likely remember Vegas as the sort of guy who doesn’t really suffer fools gladly, but who is himself king of the fools. A chap who may consider trying to get into The Savoy wearing jogging bottoms, providing he had a James Bond-style white dinner jacket with accompanying red rose in breast pocket on the top half of his body. In contrast, Jenny Vegas appears to be rather more sophisticated, or at least a lot more la-di-da, as some would say. A chatterbox, yes, but one who wears pink D&G sunglasses and shops at Sainsbury’s at least, if not Waitrose, rather than Lidl or Aldi.

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Loading Jenny Up

When the landing page loads up you’ll find a woman, who we can assume to be Jenny of the title, rendered in a kind of pinky-purple hued dress, pointing with two fingers at a message telling us that we will get a great bonus for signing up to this particular online betting website.

We can come to the deals and what not later, but let’s just say that things look thoroughly modern on this particular site- it might not be the most high tech in terms of appearance or indeed functionality, but this is far better than the last one we reviewed, which, for all intents and purposes, was the visual equivalent to a headache cast in red, which came on in the mid-noughties and has never let up. So far so good, at least comparatively speaking, let’s take a look at what’s on offer.

Hand Picked Games

Scroll down a little from all that introductory information and you’ll find a selection of games that have been ‘hand picked’ (presumably by an algorithm) for you to peruse. These fall into two categories, ‘Featured’ and ‘New’.

Not much explanation needed on what either of those actually mean, so best to hit ‘All Games’ at the top of the home page and see exactly what’s on offer. Or not, as the case may be. We’re not sure who in their right minds thought the design of this, and other casino websites we can think of, was a good idea, but suffice to say they were not in their right minds.

People, players, gamers, gamblers, whatever you prefer to describe the users of casino websites as, would like to be able to make a choice as to what they want to play, and perhaps more importantly, what they want to see they can play. Jenny Vegas simply batches everything together in one long string of thumbnails, meaning poker is in with slots is in with baccarat, and so on and so forth. This is bad design, to put it mildly- nobody wants endless clicking, but there is a third way, which involves categorising things with a scroll down.

Not for Serious Gamers

With this in mind we can only come to one conclusion- this site is not built with the serious gamer in mind, but the sort of gamers that like to dip and dip out of different types of games. The gambling equivalent to a commitment-phobe, perhaps, it’s not going to satisfy everyone, although the saying does go that you can’t please everyone all the time. As such consider us, within this part of the review at least, very much everyone- i.e. unsatisfied.

Quality Not Quantity

This rather glaring complaint aside, there is something to be said for the actual standard of games on offer here. The slots and card games like blackjack are definitely up to scratch in the grand scheme of things, and for that we have to commend whoever has chosen what to include and what to omit. No unsightly sprites or horrible graphics here, just decent, although not mind blowing, games offering you chances to win big-ish money. Can’t say fairer than that in an age of constant disappointment and dismay at the overall direction the human race is heading, can you?

Jenny on the Go

Jenny Vegas does excel at its mobile gaming option, with a standalone section-cum-site that is specifically designed with the mobile gamer in mind. From tablets to smartphones, you have what you need to get gambling on the go, and this is definitely a plus point in our eyes. And that’s not the only good thing, either.

As is often the case with online casino websites, Jenny Vegas offers up some great promotions to keep things interesting, and you interested in things. There’s a generous sign up bonus system- first deposit you get 200%, second 100%, third 50% of your total money deposited added on to your account.

On top of this there’s a £5 complimentary bonus just to use on your first play, with no deposit required. £5 isn’t much, bit it’s enough to start playing and actually win some money, so technically speaking the right gamer could wind up turning that figure into something much bigger if they play their cards, or slots right.

Endearingly, the website also gives you a Birthday Bonus. As it sounds this means 100% matched on the first deposit you make on the month of your birthday. Obviously, there’s no guarantee you’ll make a deposit on your actual birthday (in fact we’d prefer it if you were out with friends or family), so this is the only possible way of rewarding you for passing another year.

Jenny Vegas Casino Bonus & Promotion

Type
Amount
Match
Playthrough
Claim
First Deposit
£200
200%
40x
Second Deposit
£200
100%
40x
Third Deposit
£200
50%
80x

Lack of Support

Another major criticism of Jenny Vegas would be the lack of overall support. The support area is actually labelled ‘Disputes’. It’s only a word, but it weight heavy when you consider the difference between that and the word ‘Support’. One is positive, the other defensive. Your only method of raising a dispute is via an online form, too, which are our least favourite way of getting in touch with anyone, ever, simply because they are notoriously unmanned. We’re not saying this one is, but past experiences mean we’re now very wary.

Looks Good, but Not Much Else

Jenny Vegas looks the part, but doesn’t have much substance. The games are great, but there are far too few of them to choose from. There’s no support, and whilst the promotions in place are generous, they are pretty limited. Overall, fully average then.

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