Evolution Gaming’s Live French Roulette is yet another top quality Evolution Gaming product. This version of roulette comes with a slight advantage for the player and that’s a big plus for gamblers.
This advantage stems from the fact that even if the ball lands on zero, players don’t lose their bets. Instead they are given half of their money back for bets placed on even odds.
Where to Play
Live French Roulette General information
Live French Roulette can be played on all sorts of devices. It can be accessed from a desktop computer or from a mobile device. This makes the game perfect for all types of players.
All Live French Roulette games are shot in studios in Europe. Since Evolution Gaming’s headquarters are in Riga, Latvia the majority of games come from there. In addition to the Latvian studio, Evolution Gaming’s Maltese premises are also frequently used.
Since Live French Roulette is a fully licensed product, it is also very safe and secure for players. This is the case with all Evolution Gaming live roulette games, but it is always worth to highlight it again. The Maltese Gaming Authority, the UK Gambling Commission, and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission all licensed the game.
Even with the slowest connection players can access Live French Roulette perfectly. This is because a player can manually select between low, medium and high video quality depending on his connection. Even if a player doesn’t do that, the software will automatically detect the connection speed and make video adjustments.
Live French Roulette comes with several possible camera angles and views. The game is not in the same category as Immersive Roulette, but the angles are completely satisfactory. There are two camera views that a player can choose from. They both include the dealer, table and wheel in the view.
Bets at Live French Roulette start at $2 and can go as high as $50,000 at most casino providers. There is a slightly higher threshold at the lower end of bets, but this is done for a reason.
The reason for this is Live French Roulette’s overall generosity in rewarding players, even when they lose. When the ball lands on zero, players don’t lose all of their money. Half of their stake is given back to them.
With only one zero on the wheel, the house’s edge is much lower than in other roulette variants. In addition, it is made even lower by the return of half the losing stake when staking even money. This puts the house’s edge at only 1.35%.
Live French Roulette is also slightly different in its table layout. French expressions such as Manque (Low), Passe (High), Pair (Even), and Impair (Odd) are used instead of their English counterparts.
Finally, the live casino game comes with a very useful live chat feature. With it, players can interact with the dealer and make their experience better.
Live French Roulette comes with a database of stats for the previous 500 numbers. Hot and cold number statistics are also readily available. These types of data are likely to help a lot of players when deciding which number or colour to back.