Betway have launched their very own selection of Betway Live games from Evolution Gaming. Offering a wide variety of fully legal online casino games that punters can enjoy the betting excitement from their mobile phones or desktop pc. In this article we can going to be giving a run down on each of the new games, their minimum bets and how each game works. If you’d like to know more about other betting features from Betway please see our full Betway Review.
Betway Live Games Available
Betway have added a total of 15 Live games for punters to choose from, these range from live roulette to online game shows, poker and more. You can find the new games on the Betway site under Live Games if you’d like to have a look for yourself. In order to play any of the games at Betway you’ll need to have a Betway account, you can however browse and watch the games without an account. We’ll be starting off with with the most popular games first, in particular order;
Deal or No Deal Live
Deal or No Deal Live is a unique, multi-layered live game that allows an unlimited number of online players to play and deal for a top cash prize. The minimum bet on Betway for Deal or no Deal is R1.
How to play Deal or No Deal
First up, players spin a three-reel bank vault through the RNG-based qualifying round, each spin sets the amount of money in the biggest prize briefcase by 75x-500x. Once qualified, players enter the prize top-up round in which random multipliers between 5x – 50x increase the prize money in their one or more of the 16 briefcases of their choice.
Then it’s straight into the live hosted Deal or No Deal game show — a high energy contest of nerves, luck and raw intuition with the familiar, globally recognizable look and feel of the hit TV game show. The objective is simple yet totally engaging: to predict whether the amount of money in the remaining briefcases will be higher than the Banker’s offer.
Monopoly Live Game
Monopoly Live is a unique live online game variant of the hugely popular board game. The aim of the main game is simple: A live game host spins the super-sized, vertically mounted wheel and players predict the segment the wheel is going to stop at after the spin, while the virtual Mr Monopoly sits alongside ready to spring into action. The minimum bet on Monopoly live is R1.
How to play Monopoly Live
Players simply bet on the number they think the wheel will stop at: 1, 2, 5, 10, ‘2 ROLLS’ or ‘4 ROLLS’. If the player bets on the correct number they win a corresponding payout (e.g. 1 to 1, 2 to 1, 5 to 1, and so on).
- If the wheel stops on a ‘CHANCE’ segment, players are presented with a Chance card by MR. MONOPOLY. The card will show either a random cash prize or a random multiplier bonus.
- If the Chance card shows a multiplier bonus, all player bets remain in place. The game host then spins the wheel again, and the multiplier won will multiply the winnings for this next spin. If the player gets a multiplier once more, their multiplier will be multiplied!
To participate in the Bonus game, players must have placed a bet on ‘2 ROLLS’ or ‘4 ROLLS’. If the wheel stops at either ‘2 ROLLS’ or ‘4 ROLLS’, the Bonus game starts.
Dream Catcher Live
Dream Catcher is perhaps the most popular live game, with a presenter spinning a lucky wheel, to win Dream Catcher you simply need to predict where the wheel will stop. The minimum bet for Dream Catcher on Betway is R1 per bet.
How to play Dream Catcher
- The live dealer spins the wheel and interacts with players throughout.
- Players simply bet on the number they think the wheel will stop at: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 or 40. If the player bets on the correct number they win a corresponding payout (e.g. 1 to 1, 2 to 1, 5 to 1, and so on).
- The 2x or 7x bonus spin multiplier segments offer the potential for super-sized payouts.
Lightning Dice is a fast paced dice game where players need to predict what the total of 3 rolled dice will be, among many other betting options. The minimum bet on Lightning dice is R2 on Betway.
How to play Lightning Dice
Three standard dice are dropped into the transparent ‘Lightning Tower’ by the Game Presenter. Camera close-ups allow players to follow the dice as they tumble down through the tower’s maze-like sections. Players simply bet on what the total of the three dice will be when they come to rest at the tower’s base. Players may also bet on all 16 bet spots at once with the ‘BET ON ALL’ button.
Football Studio Live Game
Football Studio is a world-class, football-focused gaming experience, in which players simply bet on which of the two cards dealt will be the higher card, or whether the deal will result in a Draw. It’s similar to the Betgames War of Bets game, but with a Soccer theme. The minimum bet on Football Studio Live is R10.
How to play Football Studio Live
Just two cards are dealt, face-up on an interactive light-up football pitch-style table in games linked to real live football fixtures. Players simply bet on a Home Win, Away Win or Draw. Winning hands trigger lighting effects in the studio. In addition, the backdrop shows the winning streaks for either Home or Away bets.
Side Bet City
Side Bet City game, the bright neon lights illuminate one of the simplest, fastest and most enjoyable poker variants ever to hit the tables. The game play is easy, fast and fun. On one level, this is the easiest possible introduction to poker for new players.
Equally, this is also huge fun for experienced poker players — not least because there are big payouts on offer of up to 1000 to 1. So take your seat and choose your hands. Poker decisions don’t come any simpler. The minimum bet on Side Bet City is R5 on Betway.
How to play Side Bet City
Side Bet City is a great 80s-themed poker variant in which each player simply bets on a win for a 3-Card Hand, a 5-Card Hand or a 7-Card Hand. Alternatively, the player can bet on ‘ All Lose’. The player can bet on any combination of these bets in Side Bet City.
It’s fast and fun, and there are no decisions required by the player after they have placed their initial bets. If the player’s bet wins, a winning message appears on-screen. It’s that simple!
An unlimited number of players play simultaneously, playing against a pay table, not the dealer. The dealer deals seven cards in all from one deck, with the winning card combinations being based on all the usual poker hands.
More Games from Betway
We’ll be covering the rest of the live games from Betway here, so keep an eye out for an update which will cover all the games on offer! Visit Betway to see the latest live games on offer.