Spinz Win sister sites

Spinz Win sister sites

Spinz Win sister sites include Casino 77, Gatobet, Oreels and Mako Casino. Spinz Win sister sites are operated by ProgressPlay Limited, licence number 39335 which operates 202 sister sites in total.

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Spinz Win sister sites 2023

Casino 77 logo

Why is Casino 77 called Casino 77? We wish we knew. Was it the 77th casino launched under the ProgressPlay Limited banner? No – it’s far closer to being the 200th. Does it have connections to a real-world casino that’s been open since 1977? Also no – it’s an untied white-label casino brand, and its website didn’t exist prior to 2020. It’s one of the more enigmatic Spinz Win sister sites, and it bucks the trend when it comes to recent additions to the ProgressPlay Limited casino portfolio. Most of the sites that have opened recently on this platform have been sports betting sites. Casino 77 is exactly what it sounds like – a traditional casino site full of slots games, roulette wheels, card tables and live dealers. Despite being new compared to most of the rest, there’s nothing especially interesting about it. It’s standard fayre by the standards of this network.

Gatobet logo

You found our website because you’re looking for Spinz Win sister sites. That could mean you’re looking for somewhere new to play slots, or it could mean that you’re looking for somewhere new to bet on sports. Spinz Win does both. GatoBet also does both, so it might be a good place to look if you sometimes place wagers in both categories. While Spinz Win is more of a slots site than it is a sports betting site, GatoBet is the other way around. It promotes the latest football matches (and the odds on them) with more enthusiasm than it promotes anything else, but you can claim a few free spins on its casino games if you elect to take advantage of its welcome promotion, which also offers £30 of free sports bets. Check the terms and conditions if you do, though – bonuses on this casino network can be sticky.

Oreels logo

We don’t know how many Irish-themed online casinos exist in the world at the moment, but we know that it’s several hundred. People have associated the Irish with being lucky ever since the days of the California Gold Rush, so the Irish theme is popular among gamblers who want to feel lucky when they play. O’Reels is – nominally, at least – an Irish-themed casino site. The issue with the Irish-themed Spinz Win sister sites is that their design doesn’t usually lend itself well to any particular theme. Casinos made with the theme have massive (and identical) banner posts advertising promotions on their homepages, leaving no room for bespoke graphics or anything else that might bring a theme to life. Without that, the theme at O’Reels is little more than the logo and a hint of green. Given that the welcome promotion is free spins rather than matched deposits, you could argue that it’s a little weak.

Mako Casino logo

We’ve just said that O’Reels is a fairly plain-looking casino, but compared to Mako Casino, the theme at O’Reels is bursting with charisma. You’ll struggle to find another site among the Spinz Win sister sites that looks as devoid of character as Mako Casino. “Mako” means “shark” in the native Maori language. That ought to make a superb theme for an iGaming site, but you won’t find any sharks at Mako Casino. In fact, you won’t find anything at all at Mako Casino that you haven’t already seen at O’Reels or GatoBet. We should give Mako Casino recognition for hosting every gaming category available through ProgressPlay Limited, but Spinz Win does that, too. Mako Casino isn’t bad – it’s just a little boring. Still, there are worse casinos on the platform, and there’s nothing wrong with being boring so long as you’re reliable. We’ve seen nothing to suggest that Mako Casino isn’t.

Bet Screamer logo

When you see a name like “Bet Screamer,” you just know you’re going to be dealing with a sports betting site that focuses heavily on football. The word “screamer” isn’t really associated with any other sport. Bet Screamer launched in 2020, which is a little ironic because football ground to a halt just as much as every other form of organised sport did that year. As is seemingly always the case with Spinz Win sister sites that offer sports betting, Bet Screamer has a sizeable casino portfolio attached to it. As such, the welcome promotion at the casino is a hybrid – it offers free bets, but it also offers free spins that can be played through in the Bet Screamer casino. The promotion here is slightly more generous than that of GatoBet, but again, check the terms and conditions before you accept or use it.

Dazzle Casino logo

Dazzle Casino is not a dazzling casino site to look at. We don’t feel like we need to say much more about this member of the Spinz Win sister sites family than that, but we’ll give it a try. This casino site has existed for as long as ProgressPlay Limited itself has, having been launched in 2012. That makes it one of the oldest of the Spinz Win sister sites, and it shows. We’re not sure whether Dazzle Casino is even actively maintained any more. The homepage loads so slowly that we suspect there’s a technical issue with it, and the selection of games showcased on its homepage is horrendously out of date. NetEnt’s all-time classic Starburst slot, which was released in 2013, is still listed as a new game. We can’t think of a good reason to play at this site when you could be playing at a far better ProgressPlay casino like Monster Casino.

Watch My Spin logo

Watch My Spin isn’t very old. In fact, with a release year of 2021, it’s one of the newest Spinz Win sister sites. We feel like it’s relevant to mention that because of the state the casino is currently in. When you access the Watch My Spin homepage, you’ll find that most of it has been turned into a casino directory service and glossary. Clicking on the “register” or “log in” buttons on the casino’s homepage takes you through to the “proper” site, but even that’s not what it should be. The banner graphics that ought to appear on the homepage no longer load. The buttons still work, so you can still register and play at the casino, but we’re not sure that doing so would be a good idea. We’re not confident that Watch My Spin is still treated as a going concern.

Spinz Win Information

Name Spinz Win
URL spinzwin.com
#No. of Sister Sites 202
Best Sister Sites Gatobet, Casino 77, Bet Screamer, Mako Casino and Oreels
Owner/Operator ProgressPlay Limited: Kolonakiou 26,Office No.18, Agios Athanasios, Limassol, 4103, Cyprus
Sister sites status 6 Active, 122 White Labels and 74 Inactive sister sites. 202 total sister casinos.
UKGC Licence page UKGC Licence: 39335
Support Email customersupport@instantgamesupport.com
Twitter @spinzwincasino
Facebook Spinz Win Facebook page

Spinz Win operator – ProgressPlay Limited

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You’ll find the head office of ProgressPlay Limited – and most of the company’s 300-or-so staff – in St. Julian’s, Malta. Most of the company’s neighbours in St. Julian’s are also casino network companies. That’s all down to the tax policies the island’s government operates, which make it a very desirable place for casino operators to do business. ProgressPlay Limited stands out from the crowd, though. It’s a big name in the iGaming industry but hasn’t been around for anything like as long as many of the companies that it’s now considered bigger than. When ProgresssPlay Limited was incorporated in 2012, there were already dozens of companies trying to take advantage of the emerging iGaming market. ProgressPlay has outgrown nearly all of them. It has offices in Cyprus to go with its base in Malta and also has a physical presence in the UK (specifically London). The company doesn’t publicly state how many people work for it or how much money it makes, but the answers to those questions are thought to be “about three hundred” and “more than £50m.”

Thanks to the multiple iGaming licenses that ProgressPlay Limited holds, the company is able to operate in almost every major regulated market in the world. The UK is – obviously – a major focus of the company’s operations, but you can also access ProgressPlay’s casinos in places as far apart as India and Canada. Some of the sites on the company’s roster have been developed specifically for those markets. There aren’t quite as many ProgressPlay sites online as there used to be, thanks to the withdrawal of multiple white-label casino partners in recent years, but it still operates more than 130 in the UK alone.

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Spinz Win Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses

Spinz Win claims to operate a £1000 welcome promotion – and it technically does – but it comes with a lot of snags and drawbacks. You don’t even get any bonus money with your first deposit – it only gets you 50 free spins on Starburst. Second deposits attract a 25% matched deposit boost up to £200 (at most), third deposits get matched at 50% up to £600, and fourth deposits are matched at 25% again up to £600. That’s a lot of spending to reach the full amount, which makes it all the more frustrating to have to deal with an unreasonable x50 wagering requirement on your bonus pot. Fifth deposits unlock 50 free spins on Turn Your Fortune if you’re still interested in the casino by then.

Other Promotions

The welcome promotion at Spinz Win is more trick than treat, but the site’s Rewards Shop has the potential to be kinder. This is the same bonus scheme you’ll find at a lot of Spinz Win sister sites. By taking part in the casino’s “missions,” making deposits, playing games and taking part in other promotions, players rack up reward points and progress through various levels. A player’s level determines which rewards are available to them, and their points can be exchanged for perks at each level. That could mean unlocking new games early, getting big packages of free spins, gaining entry to VIP tournaments or accessing better matched deposit bonuses.

Top Games at Spinz Win

You’ve heard of a bull in a china shop, but have you ever heard of Bull in a Rodeo? Probably not, but it’s a Play’n Go slots game, and it’s one of the most popular titles that Spinz Win has to offer. It’s packed with extra wilds, including multiplier wilds and expanding wilds, and plenty of cartoon fun. The nature-themed Forest Fortune slots game by Hacksaw Gaming is another popular title at Spinz Win and has become famous for its colossal £3m jackpot. You might recall Turn Your Fortune being mentioned as part of the casino’s welcome promotion. That’s a NetEnt slots game with a steampunk theme and has five different levels of payouts based on how far players are able to progress through its base game.

Customer Support and Licensing

Customer support is provided via two routes at Spinz Win. The first is through email on customersupport@instantgamesupport.com. We know that all the Spinz Win sister sites use the same email address, though, so getting responses that way might take a while. Opening the support tab and leaving a message in there for the support team is likely to be faster, with the casino promising to respond “in minutes” without specifying whether that’s five minutes or fifty. ProgressPlay Limited holds UK Gambling Commission licence no. 39335, which covers Spinz Win. The licence has details of a settlement of £175,178 attached to it, which ProgressPlay paid to the UKGC in May 2022 after a regulatory review revealed that the operator hadn’t upheld licence conditions relating to AML protocol and protecting potentially vulnerable players.

Withdrawal Speed and Support

All of the Spinz Win sister sites (and Spinz Win itself) charge a one per cent fee for each withdrawal. The charge is capped at £3, but it’s still poor form. The long waits for withdrawals are also poor form. You can’t get an instant withdrawal from Spinz Win because the casino insists on a one-day processing time to consider all requests. If you have a Neteller e-wallet, you should then get your money after another 24-hour wait for transfer of funds to take place. That transfer of funds process extends to three whole business days for ecoPayz e-wallets and up to a (frankly ridiculous) seven working days for PayPal e-wallets. That means PayPal withdrawals are no faster than debit card withdrawals, which could also take up to seven working days.

Final Thoughts on Spinz Win

Spinz Win is a site that’s full of great betting options but seems to be doing everything possible to get in the way of itself. The homepage is ugly and looks horribly dated. The welcome promotion is borderline deceptive, with first deposits attracting no bonus cash at all despite the promise of up to £1000. Wagering requirements are too high, and waits for withdrawals are too long. Some of these problems are true of all the Spinz Win sister sites, too, but they’re problems all the same.

Spinz Win Sister Sites Player Reviews

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