Spinit is an online casino launched in 2016, at one of the most competitive times for the iGaming industry. Unfortunately, for Spinit, that level of competition has only risen since then, and the world of online casinos has become even harder to succeed in.
Spinit has a good go at it though, despite having a name that seems to be exclusively associated to slots (although it could also apply to roulette). The slogan of “Spin Them All” doesn’t help here either, because Spinit has a range of table and card games which that doesn’t apply to.
It’s understandable that a site would try and appeal to slots players, as the popularity of the game type cannot be denied, and there are new slot titles being released on a near daily basis at this point, but a name that may suggest there’s nothing to offer fans of other game types may cause issue.
Looking past that though, Spinit is a fun site, with decent customer service, and has managed to develop a strong reputation during its limited time in the industry.
But is that enough? Does Spinit have what it takes to contest with the biggest names in the industry, or is the middle of the pile as high as this casino will ever climb?
Design and theme
Spinit has a simple red and white colour scheme, with no eye-catching artwork or complex concepts, this is a subtle approach to the design of a casino site, with no bells and whistles, just a focus on the games and promotions that are on offer.
This is not a bad idea, we have seen many sites succeed by taking this approach, and Spinit seems to have taken influence from a few of them to ensure that this approach is successful.
The banner across the top of the page is attractive enough, even if it utilises the weird obsession the iGaming world has with pictures of models looking awkward near casino based imagery.
This banner advertises the welcome bonus, and as you scan down the page you will be met with a white background, over which there are various thumbnails for the most popular casino games available at Spinit.
This is something that is pretty much expected for new casinos at this point, but it still complements the games-focused approach that Spinit has taken to its design. Navigation is simple in general, and makes this an easy site to use, with a charmingly basic design.
Looking nice is all well and good, but if a site wants to impress prospective players it needs to bring a lot in terms of games, in order to stand out, or even stand up against the plethora of established casinos that exist on the market.
With titles coming from Elk Studios, Evolution, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, Play'n GO, Quickspin, and Thunderkick, Spinit certainly has enough to catch the eye of a few players, but it doesn’t feel like quite enough.
These developers undeniably offer quality and variety within the games, and the Evolution live casino suite is a great addition to any online casino, but without a few more of iGaming’s big names like Playtech on the list, there’s still some noticeable absences, as well as a lack of titles from the up and coming names who have caused excitement in the industry over the last few years, such as Yggdrasil.
Spinit is not a bad site by any means, but it isn’t excellent, and without being excellent, the online casino market is likely to chew you up and swallow you out, and this may, unfortunately, be what happens here.