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SpinIt Casino – Intro
SpinIt casino is a brand new site from Genesis Global, whose main purpose is to focus on delivering a word-class player experience through amazing games and genuinely attractive bonuses.* For all the casino has a massive selection of games, it still feels relatively simple and easy to navigate, thanks to its intuitive and clean design. The casino almost has a stripped down look to it, despite still managing to convey a very friendly and personal feeling to players.
Why SpinIt Casino?
The number one reason to head over to SpinIt is to start playing through its vast selection of slots and casino games. Although the casino is still relatively young, it already boasts over 1,200 games from six top of the range developers playable online, with the majority also available to mobile players. There’s games featuring every conceivable theme, for gamblers with every conceivable bankroll.
It’s not just about the games, though. SpinIt also clearly has a large marketing and development budget, where instead of feeling like you’re being sold a casino, you feel like you’re being offered the opportunity to enjoy some amazing games in a very relaxed environment. What’s more, the casino really knows what it’s doing bonus wise, where players can claim up to £1,000 and 200 extra spins over their first four deposits.
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So, as mentioned above, there’s over 1,200 game titles available on SpinIt, meaning the biggest problem you’re going to face in finding a game you want to play is having too much choice. You’ll find games from the likes of Microgaming, NetEnt, Nyx Interactive and Play'n GO, as well as NextGen Gaming and Elk Studios. With developers like this on hand, you know that SpinIt isn’t simply cramming its site with rubbish, but rather is curating a casino full of games you genuinely want to play.
The new additions playable at the time of writing this review are a clear demonstration of the quality you can expect to find throughout the entire roster of games. Titles such as Warlords: Crystals of Power, 7 Sins, Secrets of Christmas and Lost Vegas are some of the most popular newly released games out there right now, and it’s a pretty great sign that SpinIt knows what it’s doing game wise.
Welcome Bonuses And Promotions
For new players there’s some good and some bad news. The bad news is that there is zero no deposit bonus available when you sign up, meaning you’ll have to get depositing to be able to try out the casino.
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The good news, on the other hand, is that once you do start depositing, you can earn up to an extra £1,000 on top of your first 4 deposits, as well as a total of 200 extra spins. The breakdown of what you’ll receive over your first four deposits goes like this:
100% 1st deposit bonus up to £200 + 200 extra spins
50% 2nd deposit bonus up to £200
25% 3rd deposit bonus up to £300
25% 4th deposit bonus up to £300
On top of your welcome bonuses, there’s always other promotions to be taken advantage of. As well as a number of seasonal promotions running at any given time, each week you can claim extra spins on Wednesday’s game of the week, a 25% Monday reload bonuses up to £100, and enjoy regular extra spins and other bonuses which are emailed to players and those on the casino’s mailing list.
Banking at SpinIt, while relatively easy and comprehensive, is pretty uninspiring. You can make deposits using Maestro, MasterCard, Neteller, Paysafe Card, Visa Electron, Visa, Skrill, while withdrawals can be made via Bank Wire Transfer, MasterCard, Neteller, Paysafe Card, Visa, Skrill. You’ll notice that there’s no pay by phone bill depositing options available, which will no doubt put off a number of players who want to bank easily and conveniently.
When it comes to withdrawals there’s both good and bad news. The good news is that withdrawal requests are handled super quickly – ewallet payments should be with you within an hour, while even credit, debit cards and bank transfers will be with you within 4 working days. The downside is that the limits for withdrawals are relatively low – weekly you can only withdraw up to £5,500, while monthly that’s capped at £22,000.