Spin Fiesta Review
Slot games are more popular now than they ever have been before, and that doesn’t looks set to change anytime soon thanks to the endless stream of top quality slot titles that are being released by the biggest names in the industry on a near daily basis.
It is, therefore, no surprise that many of the newer online casinos to hit the market have opted to put slots front and centre in their layout, design, and name.
That is undoubtedly the case with Spin Fiesta, a site that was launched last year (2016) and holds licenses from the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission.
These two licenses do a lot to establish trust between Spin Fiesta and its prospective players, which goes a long way when trying to gain new customers.
However, there’s still much more to be done, and Spin Fiesta needs to do it all very well if it is going to manage to stay competitive in the intensely busy and difficult to crack iGaming market.
The way that Spin Fiesta has chosen to stand out, as its name may suggest, is by having a party atmosphere, focusing on a sense of fun to entice hobby players, while having enough in terms of content to appeal to the more professional sides of online casino community.
Design and theme
The name and concept suggest that you’ll be met with a great deal of colour when you arrive at the Spin Fiesta site, and this casino does not disappoint there.
With a bright yellow colour scheme, and a glossy, shiny, and colourful logo, Spin Fiesta lives up to its name from the second you arrive, and it doesn’t let up at any point!
Thumbnails on the homepage are a necessity these days, and it would’ve been easy for these to add too much to the artwork already going on here, but luckily Spin Fiesta has planned for this problem, and the background behind those thumbnails is substantially subtler.
Those same thumbnails are a harbinger of the excellent navigation that Spin Fiesta options, with everything clearly marked and easy to find, so promotions, games, and general information can be found in one click.
The banner across the top of the homepage scrolls through various images made up of artwork from various popular slots the site has to offer, while advertising various impressive promotions.
This is a good-looking site with a really fun vibe to it, if you are a player who favours the playful, then Spin Fiesta is likely to catch your attention quickly.
ProgressPlay sites are famed for their reliability, and Spin Fiesta doesn’t let the team down there, but unfortunately it also follows suit with another theme of sites on the network, not having quite enough in terms of the games that are on offer.
With titles coming from 1X2 Network, Blueprint Gaming, ELK Studios, Extreme Live Gaming, Gamevy, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, and Thunderkick there is certainly enough to be getting on with, especially for those hobby players who were won over by the design.
But if Spin Fiesta wants to attract the more serious gamer, it’s going to take a few more developers than that providing the games.
There’s enough to choose from for the casual gamer though, with a strong collection of slots, including jackpot slots, as well as a multitude of table and card games and the Extreme Live Gaming live dealer suite.
Spin Fiesta is an enjoyable site, and one that should enjoy a fair level of popularity, but it doesn’t quite offer enough to be great.