Spinzaar launched in November 2020 on the Dragonfish platform. It’s from Tau Gaming and joins a host of other brands in this stable including Viva Fortunes, Kaiser Slots and Zinger Spins. Like it’s most recent predecessor, Viva Fortunes, Spinzaar also opts for offering spin bonuses that come with wagering terms on any wins. Login to to the site and you’ll find a large range of top slots and popular game titles. However there aren’t any table games, roulette, blackjack or live casino at this brand.
Spinzaar Welcome Offer
New players to Spinzaar are welcomed with a first deposit bonus. New players to Spinzaar can collect 25 spins and a 100% bonus up to £25 on a selected game with their welcome offer. Register, login and fund your account to qualify. To qualify for the spins you must deposit a minimum of £10 and use the code BAZAAR. If you don't then you may get offered an alternative offer that doesn't offer a bonus/spins combo. Note that any wins from the spins are capped at £2.50 so in essence your £10 will get you an extra up to 25% deposit bonus. This bonus comes with a wagering term and for Spinzaar that's set at x40.
No app is required to play Spinzaar on mobile. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to most of the slots that are available. Deposits can be made on all platforms. Spinzaar allows you to fund accounts via Paypal as well as debit cards. Responsible gambling tools such as deposit limits, time limits, time reminders, cooling-off periods and exclusions are available.
Spinzaar offers a good selection of slots and progressives that are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. Hot games at Spinzaar include Aloha, BerryBurst, Bloodshot, Bonanza, Cleopatra, Magic Portals, Neon Staxx, Planet of The Apes, Starburst and Twin Spin. You can locate slots under Daily Jackpots, New, Hot and All. You can find a handful of Slingo and Megaways slots at the site alongside a handful of instant wins. There are no table games or live casino games which really leaves a huge hole in the site roster.
There are a couple of player promotions at this Dragonfish powered slot above the welcome offer and daily jackpots. A daily offer is available to all players. Simply login and check the lobby area for today’s deal. It’s usually a deposit bonus along the lines of deposit £10+ to get bonus spins on a selected game. As with the welcome offer wins are capped and wagering terms apply. On top of this all players can collect daily rewards. To qualify for daily rewards you must have made at least a £5 deposit in the last 30 days and wagered £1 on games in the same timeframe. The rewards programme offers Daily Free Spins, Monthly Cashback and even more although you do need to be a Level 4 player to start getting just 1% cashback. Level 4 equates to £4500 of accumulative wagering!
The Spins Verdict
As the slots market becomes more saturated and sites start getting ever more similar by offering the same titles, it’s what they offer more to players that makes them stand out. Spinzaar does have the daily rewards programme which makes it seem attractive. It also boasts some of the best titles and jackpots. We quite like the Dragonfish platform too, especially since the lobby area has been revamped. However beyond this point – just as with Viva Fortune – it’s hard to make a compelling case for the brand when there’s so many potentially better alternatives.
The lack of casino and table games is an oddity. Most slot brands and casino brands are adding at least some options of blackjack and roulette. Spinzaar offers none at all. The welcome offer is also a bit limited! Thankfully our offer is better than the standard one. We also can’t overlook the branding of Spinzaar. Whilst the actual website is clean, modern and functional – as is standard for all new and revamped Dragonfish brands – the brand name is strange. It’s almost like it wants to be Spins but with a zed but then someone had the idea of merging Spins with Bazaar. Mind you we have PlayOJO, Casushi and Rizk amongst other sites you can play at so maybe it’s in good company?