Ezugi’s Live Roulette is based on the standard European version of the game. This is the most popular variant and for good reason. It offers players maximum excitement with the best possible payouts.
The game comes with detailed game history, multi-player options and enhanced audio and video controls. However, the thing which makes this game so special is the exquisite betting options. Players can bet on Straight Up, Split, Street, Corner and many other options. These betting propositions come with odds as high as 35:1 and that is very lucrative.
Live Roulette is a game which is streamed live from three of Ezugi’s best-equipped studios. There are two tables in Ezugi’s Latin America studio in Colombia and one more in the Baltic VIP studio. In addition, Ezugi’s Eastern Europe Public Studio also pitches in with 1 table for its part.
As with all other Ezugi games, Live Roulette can be accessed from all types of devices. Desktop users only need Flash player to access the game while all mobile users have no problem playing it too.
Live Roulette is a game which has no limits as to the number of players which can bet on a number. This means that all players who open the game can immediately start playing without waiting in queues or betting behind.
In addition to this, the game also enables all players to play multiple games at the same time. These games are shown in a picture-in-picture format and are perfect for experienced casino players.
As with all other Ezugi games, Live Roulette is also fully licensed and regulated. Ezugi is registered and licensed by the Curacao eGaming Licensing Authority. It is also verified by the SCG-Bulgaria, BMM, RSG-Eclipse, and ItechLabs.
Finally, Live Roulette players have the ability to interact live with the live casino dealer and other players during the game. This is done through the live chat and live support chat features. In addition to this interaction, players can also tip the dealer using the Dealer tipping feature.
Ezugi’s Live Roulette is, in short, European Roulette at its best. All familiar European Roulette inside and outside bets are there. In addition, there are also French bets. These include Voisins du zero (neighbours of zero), tiers (the third), and orphelins (orphans).
The bet types and payouts in Live Roulette are the best aspects of the game by far. The highest payout comes courtesy of Straight Up as it is priced at 35:1. This means that if a player picks the exact number the ball will land on, his/her payout will be huge.
Other bet types include Split which comes with odds of 17:1 and Street with odds of 11:1. The Split covers 2, while the Street bet covers 3 numbers.
The Corner and Line options are also lucrative as they come with odds of 8:1 and 5:1 respectively. They are somewhat easier to get right as they cover 4 and 6 numbers each.
Column-Dozen is a bet which players often choose as it covers 12 numbers and also pays out well. If the ball lands on one of those 12 numbers, players are paid out 2:1.
Finally, the three most common bet types that players make are obviously Red/Black, Even/Odd and 1-18/19-36. As you would expect, these come with the lowest odds and pay out 1:1.
Audio and Video Performance
Ezugi’s Live Roulette is streamed in Full HD as it leaves their studios. This means that the game is available in perfect audio and video quality. However, this may change if a player has a lower speed internet connection. Fortunately, this decrease in video quality doesn’t affect the playability of the game significantly.
Players also have the option to adjust the audio and video controls themselves. In addition to this, players can also choose to have live music play in the background.
It is also worth mentioning that Live Roulette comes with a multi-camera option. There are three cameras which follow the ball and wheel at all times. This is a nice improvement to the standard 2 cameras used on most roulette wheels these days.