The wheel is the game, the battlefield. It is our pleasure to present you with the latest European Roulette that will attract more players to your business.
In a primitive form, the Roulette form was introduced in the 17th century, as a response to desire of having a perpetual motion machine. The game of roulette as we know it now today, started being played a century later, around 1760, in France.
There are two different types of roulette wheels, the American and the European one. Our version is the European one with the single zero while the American version has two zeros.
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.
Our Roulette is a fast-paced modular and engaging game that brings completely new experience to players. The game was designed with colorful visuals and eye catching graphics. Newest technologies, being our development core, offer vast possibilities on various devices, even on those with lower performances. Customizable appearance enables better product experience and fosters revenue increase. The default duration of a round is set on 120 seconds, 100 seconds of a countdown, 10 seconds for spin and finally 10 seconds for results.
The round is divided in three parts: Countdown – with betting instructions along with statistics Spin – highly dynamic spin visualisation Results – spin results along with bettings
The game displays all the available bettings, sector bettings (zero game, neighbours, etc.), outside bettings (even, odd red, high) and inside bettings (straight up, bucket, street). In order to facilitate the betting to the punter, the roulette specific bets, such as row bet or corner bet, are presented as abbreviations (eg. if the punter wants to bet on the fors row, the code will be R1).