If you’re someone who enjoys gambling and you’ve given the online casinos a try, then it is likely you have come across a casino powered by Vegas Technology software company.
There are two different approaches to how the casinos choose to give a bonus at an establishment which is powered by Vegas Technology. One network of casinos add the bonus to the player’s account at the same time the deposit is completed. Everything is automated and generally happens without a hitch.
The first approach is undeniably the best, most player-friendly way of adding a bonus to a customer’s account but it does prevent you from the opportunity of talking with the support agent and asking if there is perhaps a better bonus available than the one which is on the plate for that day. This is especially important for the loyal player who visits the casino often because they likely have a much better bonus available if they know to ask.
It has another downside too, which is that by adding the bonus to the player’s account upon the deposit, the player is immediately saddled with a play-through requirement that accompanies any bonus. This is not a situation exclusive to the Vegas Technology network by any means, but there does exist an opportunity which isn’t tangible with other casino networks.
Which brings me to the second way that Vegas Technology powered casinos award a bonus to a player’s deposit which is that they ask the player to contact customer support through toll-free long distance phone service or by using their live support chat. The latter is often how I choose to contact support but please be aware that using the live support chat option for contacting support can result in an extended waiting period.
The network that requires you to contact support may not be aware they are giving the player an extra edge by using such an approach. Accepting a bonus means you are also agreeing to gamble a certain number of times on only certain games which are basically the slots and nothing else, however in the case of Vegas Technology they do allow the player to participate in other games such as blackjack, but only a small percentage of play is credited towards the play-through requirements.