Electric Spins is the new name for Island Jackpots (formerly Shanghai Spins) and is part of the Tau Gaming family which includes Secret Slots and Hunky Bingo. Like it’s stablemates, Electric Spins uses the Dragonfish platform and offers over 500 of the latest slots and casino games. Shanghai Spins launched in 2016 but became Island Jackpots in May 2017. As of 2021 it has adopted it’s new brand name.
What Is The Electric Spins Welcome Offer?
New players signing up with Electric Spins are rewarded with a welcome bonus of slot spins. In the past wins from these spins would have had no wagering terms but times have changed. Deposit £10 with the bonus code ELECTRIC to receive 25 free spins on a selected slot – this used to be Sharknado by the way. Free Spins Winnings will be capped at £2.50 and credited as a bonus. This bonus attracts a x40 wagering term. Note that if you’ve previously signed up with Island Jackpots then your login/username/password will still work and any funds deposited will still be available.
What Slots Can I Play?
At the site you’ll find 500 of the best games from providers including Net Entertainment, Pariplay, Slingo and Eyecon – although none are exclusive! Among the highlights are Pixies of the Forest, Starburst, Golden Goddess, Cashino, Sparks, Rainbow Riches, Koi Princess, Fluffy Favourites and Double Up Ducks. Note that this is a slots only site and therefore table games, live casino and instants aren’t available. Access to Electric Spins is via mobile, desktop and tablet. You don’t need to download an app to access the site.
Dragonfish have been working hard to improve their lobby experience for slot players and Electric Spins does benefit from this. When you login you’ll be greeted with a wide choice of slots and categories. If you’re not sure what to play then you can look at what’s new, popular and recommended. There’s also a section for daily drop jackpots. Sections for games such as Slingo, Megaways and other jackpots would be a useful addition.
Are There Player Promotions?
Electric Spins do run promotions, although for some reason they don’t let you see their promotions page until you login. Under it’s former guise there was a Jackpot Alert where you can be emailed or sent a text when the progressive jackpots are potentially going to drop. This is a nice idea, but we suspect it was a way to generate interest and getting you to wager as opposed to being a useful tool. Loyal players can receive daily, weekly and monthly rewards. These initially start off as a bonus spin but further up the levels include cashback, treats and gifts.
Rewards do have key terms and these include: Max Offer: 15 Daily Free Spins and £100 monthly cashback [credited as games bonus]. Winnings from Free Spins are credited as bonus funds with 40x wagering. Free Spins are valid for 24 hours. We reserve the right to deny bonuses based on abusive bonus activity across sites operated by the Company. Bonus win cap: £100 + the initial bonus amount. Wagering requirements vary by game. Deposit balance is available for withdrawal at any time (UK only).
The Spins Verdict!
In short Electric Spins is just another Dragonfish platform slots site – and if you’ve tried others such as Moon Games, Wink Slots or Costa Games then you’ll probably not going to find anything new here that will immediately excite you. The lack of live casino or table games doesn’t help Electric Spins’ cause but is probably not an issue if you’re only interested in slots. In it’s former life the no wagering required on free spin wins was a highlight.
The new look lobby area does help Electric Spins although we would like to see some more organisation of games. The daily drop jackpots are a nice addition to the roster but they do lack the detail that you get on other platforms. For example the amount of the current progressive and any information about how the drops work. Given that most slot brands are now very similar in terms of roster it’s these little things that can make all the difference.