Being established in 2014, SinCasino couldn’t keep afloat for long. Its design was not a state-of-the-art, but the number and variety of software providers were pretty nice. The casino cooperated with NetEnt, NextGen, Play’n Go, and more. At the same time, the diversity of games was average. They also held a license from Curacao and utilized SSL encryption.
In a nutshell, it looked similar to thousands of other casinos on the web. We don’t know for sure what the main reason for the SinCasino closure was. We can only guess that it was related to their huge list of restricted countries, or their crappy wagering requirements on the Welcome Bonus. Maybe it is their dirty little secret.
Unfortunately, (or maybe, thankfully) SinCasino is closed now, but you can find many other interesting casinos on our website.