Sin Spins Casino


  • 97%

What we like most:​

  • Variety of games
  • Multiple software suppliers

What we like least:

  • Only online chat and email contact


  • 2016


  • Cryptologic, NetEnt, Microgaming, Nyx Interactive, 1x2 Gaming, Quickspin, Leander Games, Big Time Gaming and ELK Studios


  • English and German

I look at a lot of casinos and I write about a lot of casinos, and while I’m committed to bringing you only the best online gambling products out there, the job at times can feel like an over examination of the same thing. I’m saying this because I was particularly taken with Sin Spins which I found to be quite different and quite refreshing. It’s not every day that one comes across an online casino that points a finger at its own industry and uses this angle to promote itself.

Worry not though, it’s not done in a serious light; in fact Sin Spins takes more of a somewhat seductive stance in theming itself and in telling you about what it has on offer. And I must admit that, all in all, Sin Spins has quite a bit to offer and the style in which it playfully lures one into its grasp is very amusing.

Sin Spins

Looks and Graphics

In keeping in line with its name, Sin Spins uses a devilish theme to promote itself so expect to see underworld-like animations and artwork. This is coupled with graphical elements from the various casino games that you’ll be able to play once you sign up.

Navigation is quite simple and this is also a by-product of the content and general layout of the website. While Sin Spins is seductive and playful in the way it worlds its content and promotes its gambling product, it doesn’t mince its words either. In other words, you can get down to the games in a quick space of time.

Gaming and Payouts

The games on offer at Sin Spins are impressive. I’ve said it on numerous occasions and I’m saying it again. To be successful in this business, you cannot rest on your laurels. You need to keep your finger on the pulse of all things new and progressive. This makes perfect sense as players are constantly looking to enjoy new ways of playing. The trend that’s been doing the rounds for a while now and doesn’t seem to be letting down any time soon is the accumulation of more and more games, made easier by forming partnerships with more than one software supplier.

Sin Spins is stocked by quite a few software providers and this allows it to offer up an excellent range of games - and there really is quite a range. The casino boasts over 320 online slot games and this obviously excludes all the table games and live casino games. Sin Spins is powered by Cryptologic, NetEnt, Microgaming, Nyx Interactive, 1x2 Gaming, Quickspin, Leander Games, Big Time Gaming and ELK Studios. So rest assured that when it comes to gaming quality, you are in good hands. Sin Spins also provides its lustful gaming experience to mobile casino players and offers an ultra-quick way in which you can sign up by using your smartphone.

Through the use of a QR code you’ll be up and gambling on the go in no time.

Banking and Support

When it comes to banking the general rule of thumb is that the more options an online casino has, the better. The flip side off this coin is that if a casino has too many banking options, things can become confusing, cumbersome and even intimidating. I guess that in a case like that it can be that too many cooks will spoil the broth. Sin Spins has not gone down this route and instead keeps things quite tight and concise by offering a set amount of banking options which includes Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Pay by Phone, Neteller, Skrill, iDeal and Paysafecard.

Awards, Features and Bonuses

Sin Spins has a fair amount of offers, promotions and incentives to make sure you’ll become a repeat player. Like most, if not all, Canadian online casinos, Sin Spins offers a welcome bonus to the value of C$200 and after that you’ll be privy to all kinds of other offers centred around the release of new games – something that happens very often – and the days of the week and the months of the year. In essence, there’s always going to be something exiting going on.