It's a pretty standard, middle-of-the-road 100% match bonus with 20x deposit plus bonus wagering. I wish they would just state this as 40x the bonus but I guess the casino's must think the headline figure of 20 will be more attractive to your average player who doesn't look at the details too closely. You need to transfer a minimum of £10 from your main Bet365 account in order to play in the Vegas area, or you can deposit directly. Either way the terms and conditions state that you'll need to enter an offer code to redeem the bonus from within the members area but I don't remember having to do this when I played, I simply transferred £50 from my poker wallet and the balance was immediately doubled up to £100 straight away.
I don't think the Yggdrasil games had been added when I took the bonus or perhaps I simply didn't know about them. I do remember feeling pleased that there were no silly game restrictions or additional wagering for popular games such as Dead or Alive. Roulette, Blackjack and Video Poker are not permitted for bonus play but as these are all the NetEnt versions of the games which I don't really enjoy anyway that wasn't a problem for me.
My £100 balance gave me a whole evenings play but I wasn't able to make a withdrawal on this occasion - I did have a pretty respectable balance when the wagering was around the £2,000 half way point but things went south pretty quickly after that. It's always a frustrating experience when you begin playing with a bonus and find yourself winning massively during the first half of the wagering but you are unable to request a withdrawal, and it can feel very depressing when your balance starts to disappear as it did this time for me. I don't blame the casino for this - they have no control over the payout of the games after all - but it does make me appreciate the more player friendly bonus arrangements offered by casinos such as Bet.AT, Slotty Vegas and Royal Panda all the more.