Spinzilla Overview

  • Rating: 4.5/5 stars
  • Mobile Platforms: iOS mobile app; iPhone and Android compatible sites
  • Payment Methods: VISA debit, MasterCard debit, PayPal, Wire Transfer, Apple Pay, Paysafecard and Neteller

Spinzilla Casino has been offering gaming lovers a fun, funky and playful casino experience since 2014. They’re certified by the eCommerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance group (eCOGRA) and are also fully licensed and regulated by the Great Britain Gambling Commission. Spinzilla is run by Cassava Enterprises (Gibraltar) Limited and operated in the UK by 888 UK Limited, which hosts other reputable casino sites like 888 Casino and Red Bus Bingo.


Spinzilla offers its members a few different ways to make deposits. The easiest way to make a deposit is online through the website or app, but they do accept deposits over the phone if you call their payment line. As for payment methods, you’re pretty spoiled for choice with Spinzilla. There’s a £10 minimum with every deposit, regardless of the payment method which conveniently includes debit cards, PayPal, Wire Transfer, Apple Pay, Paysafecard, Neteller and Entropay. There’s a maximum deposit limit of £500 a day and a maximum withdrawal limit of £5,000 a day (withdrawals kindly start with a £10 minimum, as well).

When it comes to processing times, deposits happen pretty instantaneously, but there’s definitely a lag time with withdrawals. There’s a minimum 48-hour processing time, no matter what payment method is used, so the fastest options are Neteller, PayPal, and debit cards, but they still land you at about 4-7 days of wait time. Requesting a cheque takes even longer at 5-8 days on average and wire transfers are only for the truly patient, as they take somewhere between 7 and 10 days to go through. Aside from the slower processing times, we were glad to see the wide availability of top deposit methods, so at least the choice is yours.


They are just shy of 300 games on the Spinzilla casino floor (claiming 282 when this review was written), many of which are some of the most popular video slots of our current day. There are plenty of top slots from top software providers: Starburst by NetEnt, Cleopatra by IGT, the Rainbow Riches series from Barcrest and some classics like 7s to Burn and Jackpot 6000. There’s a wide selection of branded games to choose from as well: Guns N’ Roses, Planet of the Apes, Nightmare on Elm Street, The Big Lebowski, Monopoly Bringing Down the House, Jumanji… the list goes on. An added bonus is that a nice chunk of these games come with Progressive Jackpots attached, for that extra element of big win potential.

When you’re ready to break away from the great slot selection, there are a few table games that are certainly entertaining. Spinzilla sticks to the favourites, like roulette and blackjack, while throwing in a few versions of keno and baccarat and some scratch cards. We liked trying our hand at Classic Blackjack, American Roulette, Super Stakes Roulette and Multihand Blackjack, all of which came with their own twist on the traditional versions. Spinzilla has yet to bring a Live Casino to their site, which is unfortunate, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed for the future. In the meantime, there is certainly no shortage of great games to enjoy.

Casino Software

With a more-than-decent collection of games, it’s only expected that there were some pretty top software providers backing the selection. Probably the largest number of games come from the world-renowned provider, NetEnt, which offers up some fun choices like Aloha! Cluster Pays, Secret of the Stones and Reel Rush. Other providers that are found on site, include Dragonfish, Amaya, Eyecon, IGT, Rival, Lightning Box and WMS. Unsurprisingly, there are quite a few from 888 Gaming, which backs the site overall.


Behold a casino with an actual app! While Spinzilla works great on your mobile through a typical mobile site on both Android or Apple phones, there is actually a Spinzilla app in the App Store (Apple products only). It’s fully optimized for mobile play and is chock-full of several of the games found on the desktop site, including big favourites like Starburst. We found both versions of mobile play with Spinzilla easy to navigate and glitch-free. Sometimes, there are even different offers through the mobile app, so it’s always worth a download as your account information is easily accessed on either application. Conveniently, you can play the Spinzilla app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, so it truly is mobile for you!

Customer Support

Spinzilla kindly offers 24/7 customer support, through two channels, email and phone. While there is an FAQ section, it’s not the easiest to navigate and is a bit limited in question choice. We were a bit disappointed to see no Live Chat option on the site.

Did You Know…?

Playing on Spinzilla requires zero downloads, you just need to make an account and you’re good to go!

Player Ratings

  • Total player rating – 4.5/5 stars
  • Quality of support – 3.5/5 stars
  • Player experience – 5/5 stars
  • Bonus Promotions – 5/5 stars

Bottom Line

Spinzilla is a fun and fresh site that has lots of hidden features. We recommend exploring it thoroughly, both on your desktop and mobile, to see what great goodies you find.