Spintastic is the name, and its game is to provide you the greatest slots a man or woman can spin. If you’re a sucker for the sound of rolling reels and the sight of wilds, scatters, and free spins, this appealing and well-designed online casino has much to intrigue, tantalise, and delight you. It’s one that has a lot going for it and, most importantly, isn’t overly busy.
Online casinos have a propensity to jam as much information as possible onto their site in the hope that something would stay. That is not the case here. Rather than that, things seem much quieter, except for the ticker in the top right corner of the screen, which updates in near-real time with the last important victories.
The welcome bonus is aggressively touted on the full-width homepage graphic, which features a happy cowboy, probably pulled from one of the slots. Actually, he’s not a cowboy – he’s a want tobe Indiana Jones from Book of Ra. Although Spintastic, founded in 2017, is mostly focused on slots, it has made space for a few other categories, including blackjack, roulette, and a few more. Best of all, the top menu is clutter-free and features just three helpful links — Casino, Promotions, and, hallelujah, Payment Options. What a logical website.
Spintastic is operated by Pi Piper Limited. They are headquartered in Malta, more precisely in Valletta, and are licensed and controlled by the Malta Gaming Authority. The site seems to have debuted in 2017 and is every bit as sleek and mobile-friendly as a contemporary website should be. Its About page, on the other hand, is somewhat humorous thanks to the stock picture representing a group of lovely ladies in a fashionable workplace. That is very clearly not the Spintastic office, and although using stock imagery is not illegal, there does not seem to be a relationship here.
As is often the case with similar sites, there is a lot of rhetoric about a desire for delivering an excellent gaming experience but little information about who is really managing the site and their history. However, you will discover that Spintastic has over 150 games from NetEnt and Novomatic. The site is offered in three languages: English, German, and Swedish, and if you want customer help, you must complete the site’s pop-up form. It’s an odd contradiction that the more attractive a website is, the less customer support alternatives it often offers.
Payment Page Is Visible
The payment page, which is clearly linked in the main menu, is every bit as nice as you would anticipate. If any other casino owners are reading this (we’re looking at you, Cassava Enterprises), we implore you to take a page from Spintastic’s book. Visible payment pages are the way to go, even more so when they’re thus well-designed.
PayPal, Sofort, Neteller, Skrill, Visa, MasterCard, Trustly, GiroPay, and Zimpler are all choices. Typically, the minimum deposit is €10, and processing is quick in the majority of situations. Certain choices are accessible exclusively in certain countries and are explicitly noted as such. Withdrawals need a minimum of €10 and are processed instantly, except for bank transfers, which take 2-5 days.
Bonus of 100%
Spintastic’s introductory offer consists of a 100% match up to €500 plus 200 free spins, which isn’t terrible at all. The spins are distributed at a rate of 20 each day on the Starburst slot, and deposit funds are subject to a 35x wagering requirement prior to withdrawal. This is currently the only offer accessible at Spintastic, which may be due to the site’s youth. As good as this offer is, it would be much better if there were more of them. Hopefully, the site will eventually incorporate weekly and monthly specials.