Sin Spins was launched by United Bingo – the people behind Moon Games and Wicked Jackpots – in 2016. Surprisingly it doesn’t follow in their footsteps by joining the Dragonfish Slots Network but instead has opted to become another addition to the ProgressPlay stable. This means it joins the same stable as the likes of MrJackPlay and Dazzle Casino. It also means you’ll find plenty of top slots from operators such as Net Entertainment, IGT, Elk Studios and Quick Spin plus table games and live casino.
Sin Spins Welcome Bongus
Sign up as a new player at the site and you’ll be offered a welcome bonus of 100% up to £200. The minimum deposit is £10 and the maximum bonus is £200. Register, login and deposit to qualify for the bonus. In addition to this bonus you’ll also receive 25 bonus spins on the Starburst game. Terms and conditions apply including a x50 wagering concern. Once the amount you have wagered meets or exceeds the Wagering Requirement, the Promotion will end and your Bonus Funds will automatically transfer to your Real Money Balance (up to the Maximum Conversion Amount of 3 times the original bonus) from where you will be able to withdraw them as cash or continue to use them in non-Promotion play.
Slots wise there’s a lot of choice at Sin Spins and you can see what’s new and featured. On the slots section you can also filter by provider so it’s easy to locate slots by the likes of Thunderkick, Big Time Gaming, Barcrest, Gamevy, Foxium, Evolution and many others. Among the many slots are top titles like Aloha Cluster Pays, Andre The Giant, Big Kahuna, Birdz, Spinata Grande, Dogfather, Foxin Wins, Game Of Thrones, Irish Eyes, Judge Dredd, Jurassic World, Raging Rhino, Sam On The Beach, Playboy, Terminator 2 and The Phantom Of The Opera. Progressive jackpot titles like Cash Splash and King Cashalot complete the exciting roster of games.
Table games, live casino and instants – although bizarrely these are called ‘casual’ are also part of the ProgressPlay Casino roster. The casino section is bulked out by mainly various versions of roulette and blackjack but there are also some video poker titles in there too. The Live Casino section again is dominated by roulette and blackjack rooms including Arabic Roulette and Blackjack Party. Dream Catcher and Football Studio are the only live game show titles that stand out.
Sin Spins Promotions
ProgressPlay brands are pretty good for regular promotions, although don’t expect anything exclusive. There are usually tournaments, free spins, bonuses and cashback on offer – check in to the site each week to discover the latest incentives. A VIP loyalty programme offers additional rewards and these rewards increase as you rise from Bronze to Diamond levels. All players start at Bronze level but you’ll need to be regular high roller if you want to hit the higher levels. Whether this survives long term due to UKGC rule changes remains to be seen.
Sin Spins allows you to choose a daily, weekly and monthly limit amounts upon registration. The amounts include deposits, wagers and losses you are willing to accrue. This tool is also joined by a time-out feature which can be set up to 42 days and self-exclusion. We have to say that the self exclusion terms are some of the wordiest we’ve seen from any platform. Self exclusion should have clarity and ProgressPlay have managed to make it sound far too legal. There’s no indication if self exclusion also carries over to other ProgressPlay sites. If you need to contact Sin Spins then there’s an email and live help service to contact customer services.
The Spin On Sin Spins
Of all the ProgressPlay casinos we’ve covered, Sin Spins has probably got the coolest theme. How long it can maintain it’s devilish imagery we don’t know – although perhaps cartoon devils appeal less to children than fluffy slot characters. The range of games offered is good and it’s good to see ProgressPlay now payout progressive wins in full. We’re not keen on the account dormancy policy where charges are implemented after 12 months nor are we fans of the withdrawal fees. That said this is possibly the site we’d choose over others on the ProgressPlay platform, but we’d also check out other options first.