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Freaky Vegas Review: ‘Baptism by Fire’

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Dec/05/2017

Freaky Vegas is the new kid on the block.  We had an opportunity to meet up with Affiliate Director Lucan Godwin at last month’s SiGMA 2017 in Malta and heard good things about him.

The oldest online casino watchdog site, CasinoMeister.com, offered up its review of Freaky Vegas under its “Baptism by Fire” section (for the newbies).

Pros include:

Seems to be squared away

Has a max bet shield

Weekend Cash-outs

Great player relations

The Meister makes mention of the fact that FreakyVegas.com is yet to acquire a UK license.  This alone should not steer anyone away from the online casino.

For those who don’t know, a max shield maxes out at €5  when using bonus funds so that players will not mistakenly violate the bonus terms and conditions.

“This is a relatively new casino which has been in operation for a little over a year. They have the standard NetEnt games, Yggdrasil and EGT games and are licensed in Malta – the UK license is pending.”

FreakyVegas.com can be visited here

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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