Immersive Roulette is a world first from Evolution Gaming, the same company that brought us classics like Dream Catcher, Monopoly Live and Crazy Time. Immersive Roulette is a live roulette game that gives players a close up on the action thanks to it’s multiple cameras, making the game more immersive than most other live roulette games. In this guide we are going to have a quick look at Immersive Roulette as well as where to play it legally in South Africa.
What is Immersive Roulette?
Featuring Hollywood-style multiple cameras, this advanced Live Roulette variant gets players ‘up close’ to the action. As the live dealer spins the wheel, players can see and follow every movement of the ball in 200 frames-per-second HD video, and with a slow motion replay of the winning number-colour as the ball comes to rest.
The quality of these feeds is astoundingly good, and really adds to the premium feel of the game. It does however use a fair bit of data so it’s best to bet from a wifi connection where possible.
How to play
The game is based on the same rules that you’d find at a standard roulette table in a casino or one available online. The aim is to predict the number on which the ball will land on the wheel. You aren’t restricted to betting on numbers only as there are various others bets including; bet on odds or evens, red or black and 0 – 36 and many more.
After the wheel is spun the ball will come to rest in one of the numbered pockets within the wheel, a player wins if they have placed a bet that covers that particular number. The pay table on Immersive Roulette is similar to what you’d find on most online roulette games with a straight number paying 35:1, a split 17:1 and so on.
Where to play Immersive Roulette
Immersive Roulette is available online at most South African bookmakers who offer casino games and have Evolution Gaming as a partner. You can enjoy the game from almost any smart device with a data connection. At Best Sports Betting we recommend the following bookmakers for the best casino experience;
Betting on roulette starts from as little as R10 going up to R20,000. Although the maximum win is set by the individual bookmaker and may vary. You can find out more about each of the mentioned bookies in our betting review section. Most of them have a good sign up offer that new players can take advantage of.
Our final thoughts
Immersive Roulette is a more premium version of some of the other roulette games on offer, mostly thanks to the amazing camera work and the fact that you can view the spin on slow mo thanks to the high speed camera. It’s also reasonably quick, so there are no long waits between spins, which can be a problem if you aren’t quick with your bets. Other than that it’s a fantastic roulette game that roulette fans should check out at least once.