Mr Spin Casino – NOT RECOMMENDED!
Today we’re taking a closer look at a relative newbie on the mobile casino scene. Launched in 2016 and owned by Intouch Games, Mr Spin Casino is a mobile-only casino offering a modest selection of slots games and one casino game. Here, we take a look at everything from signing up to withdrawing your winnings and share our honest opinions…
Sign Up Process and Welcome Offers
You can open an account either at www.mrspin.co.uk or by downloading the Mr Spin app from your app store. Two things to bear in mind here:
- You can’t play any of the Mr Spin Casino games on desktop
- You need to be running iOS 10 or Android 5 or above to play most of the games in the app
Opening an account is nice and easy though. You just need to fill in your details so they can verify you’re over 18, and you’ll be sent a text message to activate your account. Once this is done, just log in with your mobile number to get playing.
Mr Spin’s welcome bonus is ‘up to 50 free spins’ on one of their games. We logged in after signing up and got to spin a wheel to win our welcome bonus – we got 25 free spins on Reel Royalty – with no deposit needed.
When you do make your first deposit, Mr Spin Casino will double it up to £100. We deposited £10 and got £20 to play with, but if you fancy maxing this out you can deposit £100 to play with £200. Both of these bonuses have a x1 wagering requirement meaning you need to play through them once before withdrawing any winnings.
Any Other Bonuses?
Yep! It was nice to see that it’s not just newbies who get bonuses when they join, as Mr Spin rewards regular players with a number of bonuses and promotions too:
- Refer-a-friend & get a £5 bonus + a bonus worth half of your friend’s first deposit
- Weekly free spins, bonus credit, & deposit matches
- Game of the Month bonuses on new games
- Social media competitions to win free spins and bonus credit
It’s great to see so many rewards for depositing players and you’ll be pleased to know that, like the welcome offers, these all come with that x1 wagering requirement too. One thing to note is that the most you can withdraw from a free bonus is £50 – even once you’ve met the wagering on it.
Other T&Cs do of course apply too, so make sure you check these out before you sign up.
Slots Games and Software
There’s not a huge selection of slots games to choose from at Mr Spin Casino compared to other casinos but the games they do have are ones we’d not heard of.
We did some digging and discovered that Intouch Games design and develop all of their games in-house and they don’t buy in titles from other developers. If you’re looking for something different to the usual, Mr Spin Casino is worth checking out.
If it’s classic fruit-themed slots games you like, take Reel Fruity Slots Mini for a spin. This game has 3 reels and 5 paylines making it one of their smallest games, but it features all your classic symbols and has a cool gamble feature.
Like your slots games on the wild side? Check out Jurassic Wins. This dinosaur-themed game was really fun to play and had a bonus feature where you collect multipliers as you try to avoid becoming a T-Rex’s dinner!
Each game’s RTP % is in the description, and you’ll be pleased to know every title has been certified for fairness before release by UK Gambling Commission approved labs. This means the payouts are fair, and everything works as it should.
There are some pretty decent Jackpot prizes on offer. Each game has its own progressive prize pot that grows with each spin. There’s a £19,000 jackpot on Reel Royalty, and a £18,000 jackpot on Arabian Nights if you fancy playing for the biggest ones on offer.
Withdrawing and Depositing
Low wagering, big jackpots, and fun slots games are all well and good, but just how easy is it to make a deposit or withdrawal?
You can add funds to your account using a debit / credit card, Paysafecard or by using PayPal or Skrill which all have a minimum deposit of £5. You can also deposit using your phone bill from £3, which will either take the deposit amount from your available credit or add the amount to your next bill.
When you win and want to withdraw, you can withdraw to a bank account, debit / credit card or PayPal. You will need to have deposited using that card or PayPal account before you can withdraw to it, so bank transfer is the only option for non-depositors.
You won’t find a minimum withdrawal amount at Mr Spin Casino but you will pay a £3 fee if you want to withdraw less than £10. And remember, there’s that £50 cap on funds won from a free bonus.
The main issue we found here, was withdrawal times. They’re a lot longer than many other casinos. You’ll need to wait 3-4 working days (excluding the day you made your withdrawal) before the banking team ask you for I.D. to process your withdrawal.
If you are asked for I.D., use the ‘send I.D.’ function in app. It’s the quickest way we found to send over all the details they need. Once we’d done that, we had to wait another couple of days before the cash was in our bank. Our tips? Be patient and make sure your I.D. is accepted and you’ll be fine.
You can rest assured that all these transactions and your personal data are safe with Mr Spin Casino. They use 256-bit TLSv1.2 digital encryption and promise never to share your information with third parties.
You’ll want to know that any casino you join takes responsible gambling seriously. Mr Spin Casino is GamCare certified which recognises the work they do in protecting players. Hopefully, you’ll never need them, but it’s good to know Mr Spin has the following in place:
- Deposit and session limits
- Cool down periods
Mr Spin Casino has a UK-based customer service team who are available to contact 24/7 – even on Christmas Day! You can call 01384 888102, text HELP to 89910, email [email protected] or use their live chat service though it’s worth bearing in mind at peak times you could wait a while to get connected.
Overall, we enjoyed playing at Mr Spin Casino! The welcome offer was a great way to try out one of their games, and it was good to see some titles we weren’t used to. They could speed up withdrawals and reduce waiting times when contacting support but overall, we’d say they’re worth a try!