As the old saying goes “nothing in life is free” and that may be true for the most part, but here at The Spinner – we like to do things a bit differently! We offer a genuine opportunity for all our players to win money online for free.
Our game is designed to give all players an equal chance of hitting a winning number, be it for the cash Jackpot or one of our other prize giveaways. We use a random number generator (RNG) platform to generate our results – currently set at odds between 000 and 150.
The RNG technology you find in an online casino or high-street bookmaker is designed to make a profit. They offer a ‘return to player’ of less than 100%, meaning that they are essentially fixed to ensure long-term gain. Although players can and do win on a short-term basis, the machine will always come out on top in the end.
The Spinner is different in this regard. It will produce a random number each time the red SPIN button is pressed. It won’t take into account your previous results, or the results of other players, and is therefore not programmed to make you or anyone else purposely lose (or win for that matter).
Another aspect for you to know is that we already designate a monthly Jackpot amount strictly within our budget. If and when a player takes the Jackpot, it makes no difference to us if it’s won once per month or ten times per month.
For final confirmation of our authenticity, the independent adjudicator firm XXX have investigated our random number generator platform and have confirmed its completely random nature. You can see their full report here.
And so you might be wondering… ‘Why would someone give away cash for free’? Well, the website is paid for wholly by advertisements just like you might find on a commercial TV station such as ITV or Sky Sports. And some of our sponsors will be giving away extra prizes too, so please do give them a click and check out what they have to offer.
And finally, because The Spinner is a free online competition, with no cost to claim a prize should you win, it is not classified as gambling by the UK Gambling Commission. However, we would still like to present a push towards GamCare and Gamblers Anonymous if you feel help is needed in this regard.