Multiplayer Roulette
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Category:
Casino Game
Min Bet:
50p
Max Bet:
£2,000
Features:
Full Multiplayer Experience, Exclusive Streets of Gold Side Bets

Introduction

How To Play

Multiplayer Roulette is our mobile Casino game that offers an exciting multiplayer experience.

This unique Roulette game allows you to interact with your fellow players as you play the popular Casino classic.

Keep an eye out for the Lucky Players feature, which will see a winning player's avatar start glowing after they have enjoyed a few wins. So if you like the way a player is betting, you can easily copy their winning wagers.

Another unique feature available in Multiplayer Roulette is the Streets of Gold side bet. Your aim with this optional side bet is to light up as many streets on the Roulette table as possible - you will need to light up at least seven streets to win a cash prize.

How to Bet

To place your bets, choose a chip from the chip tray and then click on the area of the table where you would like to place it.

The chip sizes available in Multiplayer Roulette are 50p, £1, £5, £25 and £100.

Clicking 'Undo' will remove the last bet you placed.

Clicking 'Clear' will remove all of the chips from the table.

Clicking 'Rebet' will repeat your bet from the previous round.

Clicking 'Double' will repeat your bet from the previous round with all bet values doubled.

 

Racetrack Layout

Racetrack bets are placed using the oval 'Racetrack' area of the table.

There are three different 'French Bets' available in Roulette, which all cover different areas of the wheel.

 

Voisins

'Voisins du Zero' places a total of nine bets as follows - two bets covering 0, 2, 3 - one bet covering 4 and 7 - one bet covering 12 and 15 - one bet covering 18 and 21 - one bet covering 19 and 22 - two bets covering 25, 26, 28 and 29 - one bet covering 32 and 35.

 

Tiers

'Tiers' places a total of six bets as follows - one bet covering 5 and 8 - one bet covering 10 and 11 - one bet covering 13 and 16 - one bet covering 23 and 24 - one bet covering 27 and 30 - one bet covering 33 and 36.

 

Orphelins

'Orphans' covers all of the numbers not covered by the other two French Bets. The five bets are split as follows - one bet covering 1 - one bet covering 6 and 9 - one bet covering 14 and 17 - one bet covering 17 and 20 - one bet covering 31 and 34.

 

My Bets

Using this feature will save your favourite betting patterns. Once saved, you can then easily bet away with speed and accuracy. Saved bets can be removed by selecting the 'x' next to them.

 

Payouts

With so many bets available in Multiplayer Roulette, there are a huge number of different payouts available.

Bet
Pays
Description
Single
35/1
Covers a single number.
Split
17/1
Covers two numbers.
Street
11/1
Covers three numbers.
Corner
8/1
Covers four numbers.
Line
5/1
Covers six numbers.
Column
2/1
Covers 12 numbers.
Dozen
2/1
Covers 12 numbers.
Even Money
1/1
Red/black, High/low, Even/Odd bets.

 

Half Back Rule (La Partage)

You will receive half of your stake back on all even money bets if the ball lands on 0.

 

Streets of Gold Side Bets

The Streets of Gold side bet is a unique bet that is resolved over a number of Roulette results.

The aim of this is to light up as many streets as possible - you need to see at least seven street lights lit in order to win a prize.

A street is lit when the Roulette result is one of the three numbers in that street. The more that light up, the more you win.

The game will end when a number is spun in a street that is already lit.

Your Streets of Gold win will depend on the total number of streets lit, as shown in the paytable below.

Streets Lit
Pays
7
x5
8
x10
9
x15
10
x20
11
x100
12
x500

 

Bet Limits

The minimum bet in this game is 50p, while the total table limit is £4,000.

Bet
Maximum Bet
Single
£100
Split
£200
Street
£300
Corner
£400
Line
£600
Dozen / Column
£1,200
Even Money
£2,000

 

Return to Player (RTP)

Main game - 98.65%

Streets of Gold Side Bet - 95.88%

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £98.65 of wins.

The return is based on the player making the best choices.

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