There's a lot of competition in the online casino world these days, so making yourself stand out from the crowd is more important than ever. From the off, Red Spins doesn't really feel like it's any different to most other sites, on the surface at least. This isn't necessarily a bad thing though – a certain level of familiarity can be a good thing for an online casino.
While it might not make a splash in terms of personality or design, is the site saved by its game selection or offers? We'll take more of an in-depth look below.
The site itself runs on Nektan software and despite its seemingly simple presentation, there are a lot of big developers on board here too. You'll find games from Evolution, Next Gen, IGT, Blueprint, Core gaming and many more, which means there's a good range of slots on offer here.
Red Spins is primarily designed as a mobile casino, so all the content is accessible on tablet or mobile. That said, it's identical if accessed from a desktop, so you won't miss out on anything the site has to offer.
As with many online casinos, you'll be presented with slots straight away, so you can get playing as soon as possible. The site has been developed to be cross platform, so this does mean you don't need to download any apps – it will work the same way across all devices.
Red Spins has a decent amount of games on offer. While it doesn't have the largest number of slots, 200 is probably more than enough for any player, no matter how regular. You'll find some decent titles too. There're the old favourites like Starburst and Gold Rush, as well as titles like Wolf Hunters and Solar Disc, slightly newer titles. Granted, many of these aren't big name games, but there's also a good amount of jackpot titles, including Mega Moolah.
The site has a fair amount of standard table games too, but the selection of live dealer games is something of a standout feature. There are slightly more live dealer games on offer at Red Spins compared to some other sites, which is certainly a good thing if you prefer more interactive gaming.
While it might not be the most inventive or memorable site when it comes to looks and design, it is hard to fault Red Spins for sheer practicality. The fact is that if you've ever used an online casino before you'll feel right at home here from the start. All the most popular slots are laid out on the home page and finding the sign up and login buttons is very easy.
Games are broken down into selectable tabs too, so you can get straight to what you're after. Pop up windows for the FAQ and support pages are also a nice touch, as they don’t take you away from the main page.
Promotions and Bonuses
Like most new online casinos, Red Spins has a selection of offers for both new players and existing members. These can include things like free spins (generally on games like Starburst, as is the norm for most sites), as well as certain additional percentages on any winnings you get. These offers do normally require a set amount of money to be deposited by you first, so always check the terms and conditions.
Deposit and Withdrawal
One of the main strengths of this site is that it does have a good selection of payment options. PayPal is often neglected by some older sites, so it's good to see you can use it here. That said, Neteller and Skrill (both are supported) are still always generally the fastest and most reliable options. Withdrawals are not the fastest however and can take up to 72 hours. You'll need a minimum of £20 before you can make a withdrawal.
Support and Security
The support section of the site is easy to find at the bottom of the page and there are lots of options when it comes to contacting a customer service advisor. Email support is available 24 hours a day and phone support from 08:00 until 00:00. This is certainly good to see and there's live help available too if you need it.
Security wise, the site uses SSL encryption, like most other online casinos. Joining means uploading the required documents for fraud prevention. The site is also regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commission and the UK Gaming Commission.