Sin Spins is the latest slots site launched by United Bingo – the people behind Moon Games and Wicked Jackpots. Surprisingly Sin doesn’t follow in their footsteps and instead of joining the Dragonfish Slots Network has opted to become a Microgaming site powered by ProgressPlay. This means it joins the same stable as Conquer Casino 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.
25 Bonus Spins
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. 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.
With so many operators offering games to the site it’s no surprise that Sin Spins has an excellent selection of slots. These are split in newest, popular, jackpots and all slots. The top slots include Cleo’s Wish, Finn and The Swirly Spin, Twin Spin Deluxe, Wolf Cub, The Legend of Shangri-La Cluster Pays, Blood Queen, Foxin’ Wins, Samuari Split, Ted and Thunderstruck II.
If you prefer jackpots then try Dolphin Gold, Fruit Fiesta, Cashsplash and King Cashalot amongst others. Note that progressive wins are only paid out at a rate of £30K a month so any big wins won’t automatically arrive in your bank account! The slots are joined by ten scratchcards, 15 versions of roulette, 16 versions of blackjack and live casino games. Video poker is represented by Jacks or Better and Double Bonus.
Sin Spins do run promotions, but do note that they are the same ones you’ll find on other ProgressPlay sites. They include Wildfire Wednesdays, Happy Hour, Live Dealer Cashback, Monday Madness and Weekly Surprise. Get involved and you’ll be rewarded with extra spins or bonuses. Some offers will appear in your emails whilst others – such as Weekly Surprise – are added to your account every Tuesday. Just login to see what you’ve received. As far as we’re aware there are no exclusive offers or a social media presence.
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, although the jackpot payout limitations are a potential issue. We’re not keen on the account dormancy policy where charges are implemented after 12 months! That said this is possibly the site we’d choose over others on the ProgressPlay platform.