Sin Spins Casino started corrupting players is 2016. It is operated by the ProgressPlay Group and licensed by both Malta and the UK authorities.
The website looks pretty, with black and red theme, cartoonish devils flying around, alright navigation, and somewhat weird game filters. Don’t get us wrong, it’s awesome that they let you choose the games by themes, features (free spins, bonus rounds), and paylines. However, only one such filter may be active at a time. The sorting is just as weird - when you sort by popularity for example, it doesn’t really sort anything, but shows you the two games with the “popular” tag. Anyway, we appreciate the effort (and it IS more than most casinos do), but it just doesn’t work properly. What is more important is that you can easily find all the necessary information in the bottom of their main page, where numerous quick links are located.
The website looks pretty, with black and red theme, cartoonish devils flying around, alright navigation, and somewhat weird game filters.
Banking: The withdrawal options are numerous, and include not only popular methods (Skrill, Neteller, Visa, Mastercard), but a number of local ones as well (Qiwi, Webmoney, Trustly, Euteller, etc.). The casino set a maximum withdrawal amount of €3,000 per week, and €6,000 per month. Thankfully, these limitations don’t include the jackpot winnings where you can withdraw up to €300,000 at once. Anyway, the payouts could be faster - it takes around 3-5 days to withdraw your funds.
Customer Support: If you want to confess or have some existential questions, you can contact the support through the live chat or email 24/7. Unfortunately, no phone number is listed.
Software and Game Variety
The Games section of Sin Spins Casino is one of the better places to indulge in Gluttony. They have over 350 game titles from about 20 software providers (Microgaming, Netent, Quickspin, NextGen, and ELK, just to name a few). If that’s not enough to satiate your appetite, we don’t even know what is. The only thing which made us a bit confused is their filter with all the providers. Do they really think that there’s some difference between “NetEnt” and “Net Entertainment”? Weird… Anyway, let’s check out some of their games:
- Slots: Starburst, Jack Hammer, The Flash, Playboy, Big Bad Wolf;
- Jackpots: Mega Moolah, Cash Splash, King Cashalot, Fruit Fiesta;
- Table Games: Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Pocket Hold’em;
- Video Poker: Louisiana Double Poker, Deuces Wild, Bonus Poker;
- Scratch Cards: Foxin Wins Scratch, Doctor Love Scratch, Irish Eyes Scratch.
Sin spins Mobile and Live Games
The website is adapted to mobile devices, however it doesn’t look too polished. We noticed some problems like missing images and misplaced buttons. The games run fine though, and we really hope those tiny bugs will be squashed soon.
Live casino features Roulette, Blackjack, and Baccarat games in several variations. Maybe only the casino poker is missing, otherwise the collection is fine. The dealer girls are as pretty as ever, and can certainly tickle your Lust.
Bonuses and Promotions
Here’s the section for your Greed - Promotions. The Welcome Bonus is alright, but nothing exceptional - 100% first deposit match bonus up to €200. However, the wagering requirements are relatively high - 50 times the bonus value. However, players from certain countries will have to wager the bonus amount 100 freaking times! They don’t specify what are those countries, so you’d better ask their customer support if you’re not on the list.
You will also get free spins on top of that, but it doesn’t say how many or on which slots. The only thing we know is that the free spins winnings must be also wagered 50 times.
You will get free spins on the top of the bonus cash, but they don’t say how many or on which slots.
Other promos change monthly; check out the website for the up-to-date offers.
The VIP program is unremarkable: get points for wagering, increase your VIP level, earn extra rewards like birthday presents, personalized promos and so on. Meh.