What is a High Roller player?
Also known as a VIP is someone who gambles for big stakes compared to the average player. Not all accept these players and will have lower limits to stop players from betting big. However, there are plenty of sites out there that welcome them with open arms and make sure that the entire gaming experience is enjoyable from start to finish.
What is the definition of a High Roller?
The definition varies from website to website. Most will class a VIP as someone who deposits and plays a certain amount each month. This can be as little as €500 at some and up to €10,000 or more at others. Once you have reached this status though, you can expect preferential treatment in terms of bonuses, customer support, rewards, and more. You will often find that they will contact you directly if you have a phone number on your account and you have indicated that you are happy to be contacted, trying to get to know you a bit more so they can offer a tailor-made plan just for you.
What is a VIP Casino?
A casino that offers its loyal players no restrictions on payouts, offers generous incentives to keep playing such as a dedicated VIP manager, cash-backs, tickets to sporting events, trips, etc.
What is a VIP Manager?
A VIP manager is a dedicated manager that caters to the VIP player’s every need. They are available to help and offer special incentives to the player. This would be similar to land-based where special guests would stay in the hotel's best VIP rooms, as well as get tickets to the best shows in Vegas.
What is a VIP Club?
It’s the highest loyalty level a player can achieve. It’s an exclusive club only to the most loyal players who tend to deposit larger than average amounts of money.
What is a VIP tournament?
A VIP tournament is an exclusive tournament open to members that achieve VIP status. This can be achieved very quickly if you deposit and play a lot and climb the loyalty levels.
What are High Limit Slots?
High Limit Slots usually have much bigger payment percentages and usually require larger bets per spin. Normally coin denominations of $1 dollar and up. These slots can also be very volatile meaning they pay out less on a regular basis and with each spin, but less frequently and with huge wins.