Spin Princess Review
The online gambling world seems to have an entirely unfair and, frankly, ridiculous obsession with gender stereotypes that tends to be as limiting as this:
Men play casino games, women play bingo.
Any man who enjoys bingo play and any woman who likes to play at online casinos (or indeed any human with enough of a brain to know that the philosophy is stupid) knows that this is untrue, there may be a stronger player base from one gender in each, but to use those statistics to limit the number of sites that openly cater for both genders is ridiculous.
Spin Princess hasn’t exactly opened up the doors to gender equality, but this is an online casino that is focused on female players, and for now, that’s about as good as we’re going to get, and it’s a start, if nothing else.
Regardless of your gender, Spin Princess is a site that has been on the scene for a couple of years now, having launched back in 2015, and has made a decent impact in that time.
Living in the awkward space between the sites that are flourishing and those that are floundering, this is an online casino that could go either way, so which way does it look like Spin Princess is going to go?
Design and theme
Spin Princess is a Nektan site, so the chances are you have a basic idea of how it looks, as most sites on this network look pretty much the same, and Spin Princess is no different.
From the basic and unimpressive logo, to the painting by numbers background, to the thumbnails on the homepage that are even the same shape and design as at most of Spin Princess’ sister sites, there’s nothing that is even close to original here, it’s just another Nektan clone bringing absolutely nothing new to the table.
The colour scheme is mainly pink and baby blue here (because, you know, that’s what girls like) proving the complete lack of originality that Nektan has these days, being a network that hasn’t released anything vaguely interesting in years.
As always with sites on this network, navigation is simple enough, with thumbnails allowing instant access to games on the site, game categories simple to understand, with player favourites, jackpots, and new games there to search through, but that’s about all there is in the positive column, apart from that, this is just another boring site from a network which has cornered the market on boring for some time now.
There is actually a surprise waiting from Spin Princess, and that is that the selection of games here isn’t a clone of every other Nektan site, in fact, it’s genuinely different.
Titles come from Gamevy, Nektan, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, Realistic Games, SG Gaming, and Williams Interactive, and the games here, especially those that are focused on in the thumbnails on the homepage, are undoubtedly aimed at the female market.
It’s silly that ‘this is for girls’ is still a thing in the modern casino market, but commitment to a theme should be respected here, and Spin princess has that.
There’s a decent selection of slots here, as well as a smattering of table and card games and a few others thrown in, so most players will find something to entertain them for a while, but like every Nektan site, there’s certainly nothing special going on here.
If you like your products to be tailored to outdated stereotypes of what women like, regardless of your gender, and you like uninspired and dull casino sites, then Spin Princess is perfect for you.