Roulette games

  • Live Roulette

    Live Roulette

    Live Roulette

    Live games are perhaps the next best thing to land-based casinos because they are absolutely realistic and diverse. Some industry leaders with many years of operation, like Evolution, have over 500 live tables in their portfolios. Posh and interactive, live dealer solutions are incredibly popular in South Africa because they are affordable for almo

  • American Roulette

    American Roulette

    American Roulette

    American Roulette developed and released by Betsoft is a classic game with established bet types, payouts and odds. It shows a green-felted table with a 38-numbered layout and a constantly rotating wheel. Once a bet is placed, the ball is thrown onto the wheel and begins spinning inside for about 5 seconds before coming to a rest. Players from Sout

  • Zoom Roulette

    Zoom Roulette

    Zoom Roulette

    Getting a lot of play in South Africa, Zoom Roulette has a normal European style with real money limits from $3 to $500 (or in bitcoin). A peculiar feature of this variant from Betsoft is a small pane with close-up view that appears on the screen when the ball finally drops into a winning pocket. The software provider is widely known to produce vid

  • VIP European Roulette

    VIP European Roulette

    VIP European Roulette

    When a ball drops into a zero pocket, players lose their bets except for some rare cases such as French roulette with La Partage rule. Similar to that, Betsoft comes up with VIP European Roulette that has two distinctive features: 1) High table limits – $10 to $1000 and 2) Hamburg rule reading that half a bet is reimbur

  • VIP American Roulette

    VIP American Roulette

    VIP American Roulette

    This double-zero roulette from Betsoft is meant for high rollers as the minimum bet is $10, while the highest possible amount is $1000. In all other aspects, the reviewed game is a standard American roulette with a classic house edge of 5.26%. Players from South Africa are allowed here to play for real money and bet their national currency as well

  • European Roulette

    European Roulette

    European Roulette

    This European Roulette created by Betsoft is the Hamburg variation of a standard single-zero roulette popular in South Africa. Unlike classic tables, when the ball stops on the zero slot, half of any casino chips placed on Simple Chance sections (red or black, even or odd, high or low) will be returned to the player. This enhances the player’s edge

  • Electronic Roulette

    Electronic Roulette

    Electronic Roulette

    A conventional European layout is given a parlor style in Electronic Roulette by Pragmatic Play. The betting table is shown on a flat-panel display mounted near a roulette wheel which is covered by a glass top. Visually, the game is great and looks unusual as compared to classic European versions. Betting options are affordable for every player fro

  • Common Draw Roulette

    Common Draw Roulette

    Common Draw Roulette

    Common Draw Roulette is a European roulette with 36 numbers and single zero. Its key difference is a “common draw” approach that connects every player to one and the same wheel, and this further means identical results for each player on each specific spin. Setting a bet to play is performed by choosing online casino chips at the bottom right-hand