Sin Spins Review
Sin Spins Casino launched in 2016 on the ProgressPlay platform. Licensed by the Malta Gambling Authority and the United Kingdom Gambling Commission, players have access to a wide selection of slots, jackpots, table games and live casino. A sister site to Moon Games and Wicked Jackpots it's a surprise to see a site from that stable not using the Dragonfish platform.
Sin Spins has a devilish design that makes it stand out from a number of other ProgressPlay sites. The site's main colours are red and black plus a devil character completes the look. The site is designed for mobile, desktop and tablet although no app is needed to access the site. Just point your browser at Sin Spins and then login.
New players to Sin Spins are welcomed with a 100% first deposit bonus up to £200. A wagering term of x50 applies. Compared to other casinos, and especially in light of UKGC intervention, we're surprised to see quite limited terms and conditions associated with the welcome offer. The minimum first deposit is £10.
Sin Spins boasts a selection of slots from many top providers. Popular slots include Wicked Tales Dark Red, Scudamore's Super Stakes, Gonzo's Quest, Book Of Oz, Bonanza, Ted, Fluffy Favourites, Fishin' Frenzy and Dazzle Me. Slots can be found via various tabs including new, featured, favourites and by provider. A search option is also available. Providers include NetEnt, Core Gaming, Thunderkick and Eyecon Games.
The slots are joined by a handful of progressive jackpots such as King Cashalot and Fruit Fiesta. Live Casino options are also available alongside roulette and blackjack. Instant wins plus games such as Dream Catcher make up the rest of the roster on this Progress Play casino brand.
Promotions are network based, something which seems to be standard for every casino these days. Regular offers include a weekly surprise, bonus spins and weekend cashback for roulette players. All bonuses come with that x50 wagering term. Occasionally you will find a slots tournament or prize promotion running too.
In terms of slots and games there's plenty to like at Sin Spins. However you need to dig a little to discover all is not good. Whilst player terms have improved in recent times there's now a processing fee when it comes to withdrawals. This is £2.50 and feels like a sneaky way of discouraging players from withdrawing funds.
We think that there are better options for players than using ProgressPlay casino brands. Therefore we would advise opting for a different site and platform. If you do decide to play at Sunset Casino just make sure you check out all the details before depositing.