Neon Vegas review

Neon Vegas
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Neon Vegas at a glance

🏢 Casino Name Neon Vegas
↩️ Payout Percentage 98.32%
💸 Payout Days 0-2 days
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  • Massive range of pokies (and table games) from multiple providers
  • Truly best in class welcome bonus
  • 24/7 customer support via email and live chat
  • Various banking options suitable for NZ players



Launched in 2020, Neon Vegas has earned a good reputation over just a couple of years. It’s only available in selected markets, but it’s a viable option for players in New Zealand. In fact, it has proven a particularly attractive venue to many NZ players because of its generous welcome bonus.

In our Neon Vegas review we’ll break down the details of the welcome bonus, the games available, and much more.


  • Massive range of pokies (and table games) from multiple providers
  • Truly best in class welcome bonus
  • 24/7 customer support via email and live chat
  • Various banking options suitable for NZ players


  • Wagering requirements (20x bonus value) hard to clear for casual players
  • Not every game from major providers is available

Software and range of games


Neon Vegas has a huge range of games available – their website mentions over 1,000, and it’s likely to be more than double that – because it offers pokies and other titles from so many different software providers.

You’ll find games from Play’n Go, Quickspin, Microgaming, Yggdrasil, Red Tiger, BTG, NetEnt and many more here. It’s rare for a site to offer software from 20+ providers, but bear in mind that they don’t offer every single game from each.

Among their huge selection of pokies, you can play favourites like Big Bass Bonanza, Wolf Gold, Buffalo King, Book of Dead, Sugar Rush, and many more. It’s worth pointing out, however, that you won’t find much in the way of progressive games here – if you’re after millionaire makers, you may need to look elsewhere.

Table games available include Blackjack, Baccarat, Roulette, Casino Poker, with 10+ variants (from different providers) available for several of these. In other words, whether you’re a fan of pokies or looking to hit the tables, Neon Vegas is more than ready to cater to all your whims.

You won’t have to worry about clogging up your hard drive with extra software either as Neon Vegas casino is entirely browser-based, so you don’t need to download anything to play. Just sign up, deposit some funds (and claim your bonus), then you can start playing.

In the Neon Vegas live dealer casino you can find variants of Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, and game shows like Wheels of Fortune. These boast impressive bet ranges, allowing players to wager as little as 10 cents or as much as $10,000 on a single hand or spin.

Bonuses and promotions


One of the reasons Neon Vegas has made a splash in the casino space is the great range of promotions offered by the site. The jewel in its crown is a 500% bonus on initial deposits up to $100. That means you can score up to $500 worth of bonus cash on a deposit of $100 using the code NEON.

There are, however, some conditions you’ll need to meet before you can get your hands on that money. The most important of these is that you must clear wagering requirements, which are 20x the value of the bonus in this case. In other words, to claim $500 of bonus cash, you need to wager $10,000 ($500 x 20) with your own money.

Other offers here to nudge up our Neon Vegas review score include free spins – they give away 3 million of them a year – and Drops & Wins, to the tune of $500,000 monthly, through Daily Cash Prizes and Weekly Tournaments. These give you a nice opportunity to offset losses or perhaps top up your wins!

Banking options


Neon Vegas scores points here because it supports deposits and withdrawals in a range of different currencies, including New Zealand Dollars. Although that’s probably all players reading this will need, USD and GBP (plus several other currencies) are available to use as well.

As you’ll see below, there are plenty of payment methods available at Neon Vegas, but it’s worth pointing out that not all of these are suitable for players in New Zealand. Interac, for example, is restricted to Canadian players only and SOFORT isn’t available outside of Europe. Even so, Kiwis have some choices when it comes to the payment method(s) they want to use:

Minimum deposits are low – $10 for all payment methods – and you can withdraw up to $5,000 per day. Cashing out to e-wallets is more or less instantaneous, but you might need to allow 3 to 4 days for some withdrawals, e.g. to credit or debit cards.

Security and fair play


Neon Vegas is owned and operated by BP Group Ltd., a member of the PressEnter Group.

The company is registered in Malta and regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority, so we found everything to be legitimate and above board when writing our Neon Vegas casino review. The main Neon Vegas website also asserts that the random number generators (RNGs) they use have been certified fair, although it doesn’t elaborate on this any further.

Most pokies indicate their individual RTP (Return To Player) percentages above the reels, which is a nice touch. It shows how transparent Neon Vegas aims to be, highlighting information users like to know clearly rather than hiding them in small print.

Customer support is available “at all times, every day” via email, a contact form on the website, or live chat from within the casino. Neon Vegas doesn’t have a particularly exhaustive FAQ section, although it has some decent advice, so you’ll be pleased to learn that we found their support agents to be friendly, prompt, and helpful.



At the time of writing, there’s no Neon Vegas casino app available for iPhone, iPad, or Android devices. Although their website suggests they’re looking into the possibility of offering apps via the Apple App Store and/or Google Play Store, we wouldn’t expect this to change any time soon.

All of Neon Vegas’ games are, however, available on smartphones and tablets by accessing the main site on your mobile device. When doing so, you’ll be redirected to a responsive version of the casino that adjusts automatically to fit your screen. Here, you can log in and play using your usual credentials.

Some games might take a little getting used to – using a mouse or trackpad with a laptop or desktop is very different to tapping a much smaller screen – but all of those we tried were replicated faithfully, remaining smooth and fun to play.



It’s difficult to find a whole lot wrong with Neon Vegas; the site has a big enough range of pokies and table games to satisfy any New Zealand gambler. And its fantastic bonus really helps it stand out from the crowd, even though some players might struggle to meet those wagering requirements.

All of which is why our Neon Vegas review for 2022 is so glowing.

We’ll be watching closely to see what the future holds for Neon Vegas – app(s), partnerships, expansion to other countries etc. are all possibilities – but this site is off to a great start, which is particularly impressive for a venture that’s just a couple of years old.

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