The support team doesn’t work 24/7 and there is no live chat. At least the software providers are nice: NetEnt, IGT, NextGen, and some other. The number of games to play is not bad as well - more than 300 titles. Overall, apart from the online games and software, there is nothing worth your time here, but let's get on with the Zinger Spins review anyway and see if you'll want to make a deposit at the end of it.
This site was established in 2016. It is owned by the 888 Holdings and is regulated under the laws of Gibraltar and the UK Gaming Commission. The site uses the advanced SSL protocol, which encodes all your private information, and prevents it from being read by third parties.
The site looks ok and even a bit childish. It is designed with tropical colors, many ultra-wide pictures, and a red parrot logo. The navigation leaves much to be desired. For example, you won’t find a Banking section. The promotions here are as crappy as they could be. Moreover, if you want to find any information on them, you must log in.
The casino has a huge banner which states, quote, “24/7h support”. Do you think that this means 24/7 support? Nope! It’s the FAQ section. If you are looking for another disappointment, then take a look at the layout of the games.
The site features a one-page layout - just keep it scrolling and you’ll find all the games.
Customer Support: The online support service is unreliable, to say the least. You can get in touch with the agents only via a Contact Form and a toll-free number, which doesn’t operate 24/7.
Banking: At least the online banking options are fine. To deposit or withdraw your funds, you can use the following methods: Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, EntroPay, PayPal, Neteller, and PaysafeCard. It takes up to 3 days to deliver winnings to your account via e-wallets. The withdrawal limit per month is not listed. The only available information is that you can make up to 10 withdrawal requests per day. And, as users report, the withdrawals are sometimes delayed.
It’s not the way to go if they care about their reputation, as we know what happens to such gaming venues. 21 Grand Casino is a fine example: it’s blacklisted on almost all watchdog portals because of such things.
Software and Game Variety
Finally, we’ve managed to find something worth your attention. Or have we? No, false alarm. Yeah, the library of online games you can play is not bad - more than 300 titles. The quality of their providers is great - NetEnt, IGT, NextGen, and some other. But there’s not a single game category in the lobby! Why did you spoil the best thing? Anyway, take a look at some of the titles we have here:
- Slots: Starburst, Motorhead, Foxin’ Wins;
- Video Poker: Deuces Wild, Deal or no Deal Poker;
Zinger Spins Mobile and Live Gaming
A mobile version of the site is provided and the mobile site seems to be cool, with wide pictures on small screens. You can easily play most NetEnt slots and some other games right on your smartphone or tablet.
Don’t expect to find live games here - the casino does not offer them. Or maybe they are hidden among those slots? Sorry, we’ve done our best - no live games to be found.
Bonuses and Promotions
This site seems to be very stingy when it comes to bonuses and promotions. Their Welcome Bonus is just a joke - 25 Free Spins on Sharknado. The bonus (well, we can’t even call it so) will appear on your account only after you deposit at least €10. And now it’s time for the funniest moment - you can win only up to €2.5 from the spins. Ha-ha-ha (this ha-ha-ha should be extended to the bottom of the page), players must be really eager to claim the bonus. Generosity is not their credo for sure.
There are also some daily offers which are not specified at all. Are they so good that the casino doesn’t want to “spoil the surprise”? Sure, that must be it.