VPL accepting U.S players again


Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
Jun 2, 2006
I just got off the phone with one of my relatives in the U.S, they are not in a banned state and Vegas Partner lounge ( M/G) is accepting players and paying them if you are not from a banned state. I have verified this, maybe this is not new news as I am not from the U.S, maybe it can be useful to some.
Worth noting too is that they have taken over Aspinalls (previously at Casinoblasters I think) and have turned them into an MG. BUT...no US players here yet is the word.

Also Crazy Vegas (VPL) is still not taking US just FYI.
Also Crazy Vegas (VPL) is still not taking US just FYI.

Golden Riviera also is not accepting US players. It is odd that both groups have allowed US players at all but one of their casinos. And that one casino is their flagship casino, which gets the most traffic among the group, and which was the first in the group to try a Free Play bonus.
I'm a US player and I just made a deposit at Golden Riviera! :)
Are you an existing player or a new player? Both groups did not ban existing US players last month, only stopped new registrations. The message I received regarding Golden Riviera and group is below:

"It is with great pleasure to announce that River Nile, Slots Royale, Miami Paradise and Golden Riviera Poker will be opening their doors once again to US players, not residing in the 11 banned states. (This does not include Golden Riviera Casino at this stage, but I will keep you informed of any new development regarding this)

We have been aggressively investigating payment options and have found solutions to pay players in the US and have therefore decided to amend our stand on the US market

If you have absolutely any queries regarding these new developments, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Things are looking up…"
Free spins at sunvegas. Rivernile too.
Shortly after the US banning, the Vegas Partner/Golden Riviera group casinos began Free Play offers at all but one casino per group. The list is:

Vegas Partner -- Sun Vegas ($1000), 777 Dragon ($750), Arthurian ($750), Cinema ($200), Casino US/UK ($200), Crazy Vegas ($75)

Golden Riviera -- River Nile ($1000), Slots Royale ($200), Golden Riviera ($75)

These differ from typical Free Play offers because there is a 10xB wagering requirement during the Free Play. The Free Play link in my signature has more detail and lists all available MG Free Play bonuses (I believe).
great, and the onlyway to withdraw is thru click2pay, which has that 1500 minumum, and by the way has anybody ever been paid thru wire transfer yet?

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