The wheel is the game, the battlefield and whether your players are more fond of the European or American version of the game, we’ve got you covered.
Players know American Roulette as the “double-zero roulette”. This difference is the result of the fact that American Roulette has two zeros (0 and 00) and the European version has only one zero. American Roulette is optimal for customers since the RTP is lower than at the European Roulette.
Statistics are displayed in the right corner on the wheel, each number separately, including the region or table bettings. Red colour in the statistic represents hot numbers while green represents cold numbers. In European roulette players are able to take advantage of two main categories of bets – inside and outside bets. The inside bets are made on a single number, adjacent numbers or small groups of numbers, while the outside bets encompass larger groups of numbers. The majority of bets offer different odds of winning and, respectively, different payouts from each other.
Differences between the American and European Roulette, besides the RTP are that in a American Roulette different offered bets are present in Basket bet, trio bets and called bets.
The American Roulette rules are quite simple and almost the same as in European Roulette. It is a round based game where all the players participate in the same draw. Upon the spin of the roulette wheel small ball rolls. Meanwhile, players place their bets and wait until the ball stops at a slot. After the ball stops, the winning slot is announced. Winners get the payout, losers lose their bets. The round is divided in three parts: Countdown – with betting instructions along with statistics, Spin – highly dynamic spin visualization, Results – spin results along with bettings.
As in any other roulette variation in order to win a player should guess which slot the ball stops.
The default duration of a round is set at 120 seconds, 100 seconds of a countdown, 10 seconds for a spin and finally 10 seconds for results.