It would be impossible to miss William Hill’s cover-all-bases tactic, but the majority of what’s on offer is slots. There are 700+ for players to choose from, and the selection is pretty much all-killer-no-filler!
There are a few exclusives here too, generally supplied for William Hill by Games Global, so if you fancy something new, then these would be a good place to start.
The slots section of William Hill Vegas is arranged into five distinct categories. New releases take an up-front position. I’m a fan of this approach, as it’s all too easy to automatically return to a reliable old favourite, or to one of the several titles often found in ‘Most Popular’ lists. There are some decent new releases around, and it’d be a shame to overlook them.
The next of the five categories is for ‘Top Slots’, which is home to an interesting blend of the usual suspects, such as 9 Pots of Gold and Book of Dead, mixed in with some newer games, more niche games, and exclusives. It seems to me this category sits somewhere between a ‘Most Popular’ list and a ‘Featured’ section.
The ‘More Slots’ tab is equally ambiguous, containing an eclectic, perhaps random, mix of titles, and the ‘Drops and Wins’ tab holds 18 tournament-compatible games.
The ‘In Shops’ category pays homage to William Hill’s brick-and-mortar legacy, with online versions of titles which may be familiar to anyone who has visited one of their physical sites.
Jackpot fans will be glad to hear that William Hill has committed a section of their site to big prize games, with jackpots ranging from daily drops to gigantic millionaire makers, all arranged into helpful categories.
As there doesn’t seem to be a clear way to view the full list of available slots, it’s advisable that players make use of the tabs and search function, but once you get the hang of finding your way around, it’s almost guaranteed that something will tickle your fancy!
The ‘Sports’ and ‘Vegas’ sections of the site are distinct and kept separate, which seems like a smart way of arranging a site which has everything but doesn’t want to overwhelm players.
William Hill is a beast of a casino with its roots in sports betting, so it’s not surprising that the sportsbook is extensive, covering just about every sporting fixture you can imagine. And more.
Similarly, the Live Casino is well equipped with a range of blackjack, roulette, poker, baccarat and game shows. There’s also a section for some Evolution-provided video table games based on random number generators.
In all, there’s more than 100 live games, which is quite impressive, and should be enough to draw in players looking for them specifically.
Bingo also gets a dedicated section, which makes sense considering how there are regular games starting every minute and a total of more than 20 rooms. In addition to a handful of William Hill originals, there are some branded bingo rooms like Virtue Fusion’s Deal or No Deal Bingo and Age of Gods Bingo.
Poker is also given its own tab, but the contents generally overlap with the Live Casino and Vegas sections of William Hill. Nevertheless, it’s likely to be helpful to any player who fancies a few hands.