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Casino Venetian Review
A well-known casino in the heart of Las Vegas, Casino Venetian is now an online brand, and it’s bringing all the glitz and glamour of Vegas with it.
There are copious sites which attempt to bring the theme of Sin City to the online casino world, but a name with such a noticeable presence in the city is always going to have the ability to do a better job of it.
Launched in 2016, it is possible that it is too late for Casino Venetian, however, with the theme being overused by so many casinos already, that it’s hard to get excited about another one, however much of a legacy and presence the brand may have in Las Vegas.
All this information combined makes one thing clear, Casino Venetian could go either way. There’s no easy road for any online casino, and that is certainly true here as well, if this site is going to stand out against the multitude of available online casinos, including those styled in much the same way as itself, it needs to be bringing something pretty special to the table.
So, does Casino Venetian seem to have what it takes to climb the ladder and take its place amongst the most loved and respect of online casinos, or is this yet another site that’s destined for mediocrity?
Design and theme
Predictability isn’t always the worst thing in an online casino, people are often comforted by what they know. However, the fact that you could guess exactly what Casino Venetian looks like without ever visiting the site is not great.
Shiny Vegas skylines scroll across the banner at the top of the homepage, occasionally interrupted by serious looking, glamorous women holding cards, who look more irritated by your presence than they look like they are beckoning you to play at the site.
The logo is about as Vegas as it’s possible to get, but to an extent that’s what you expect here, it would just be nice to be surprised, just once.
Games are available via thumbnails on the homepage, making them an integral part of the overall design, but the fairly limited selection of titles (which we will get into) means that this was not necessarily the best idea.
There’s nothing necessarily wrong with the way that Casino Venetian looks, it’s attractive enough, and has the glamour and elegance necessary to back up its theme, it’s just not got anything special to it, leaving one feeling a bit flat.
There’s two ways to look at the games on offer at Casino Venetian. With titles being supplied by Inbet Games, PlayPearls, and The Art of Games, most of the titles you know and love are nowhere to be found, which is a negative.
But, at the same time, a selection of games you are unlikely to find at many other sites does give this site something of an edge.
Whichever way you choose to look at the games here, one thing is clear, there are not even close to enough of them.
Casino Venetian isn’t trying to prove itself in Vegas, where a big building and shiny lights go a long way, the online casino world is not only more games focused, but also substantially more competitive, and what this site is offering simply will not cut it.
There are some nice slot games, sure, and an array of casino games such as roulette and blackjack in various forms, as well as a live casino, to give you that Vegas experience from the comfort of your own home, but it all falls far short of being impressive.
Casino Venetian Depositing Information
|First Deposit Bonus||200%|
|Payment methods||Mastercard, Neteller, paysafecard, Skrill, Visa|
|Accepted Currencies||British Pounds, Euros, US Dollars, Norwegian Kroner, Swedish Kronor, South African Rand|
|Restricted countries||United States, Poland, Australia|
Casino Venetian Information
|Games available||Arcade games, Baccarat, Blackjack, Card and table games, Casino games, Instants, Live casino, Poker, Progressive Slots, Roulette|
|Software||Inbet Games, PlayPearls, The Art Of Games|
|Companies that own this site||LSMedia|
|Download Required?||You are not required to download this site, there is an instant play version at Casino Venetian|
|Downloadable version also available?||No|
|Play For Fun?||No|
|Languages||Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish|
|RTP||No information available|