It’s been around for a while now (first launched in August at William Hill) but now you’ll find Immersive Roulette at just about all Evolution Gaming casinos.
What is it?
It’s a game of European Roulette. Exactly the same table, wheel, bets and payouts as every other European Roulette table on the Evolution Gaming floor.
Why all the fuss then? I here you ask.
Its point of difference is in the presentation. Many cameras, ultra high definition video stream, and slow motion instant replays of the ball drop (yes, from multiple angles), all combining to capture the journey of that little white ball like an insect on a David Attenborough documentary. At the risk of stating the obvious, your host here is considerably younger and more attractive than Sir David.
Is it overkill?
Unless you’re legally blind, you cannot possibly miss seeing the ball fall into its pocket. Multiple times. Which I guess is nice, particularly if you had difficulty seeing this on the standard tables (where the drop was still pretty clear). Once the novelty of that first or second slow motion action replay wears off, you’ll probably find yourself ignoring it on subsequent spins and being distracted by other things on the screen.
It should be said, that despite all the slow-mo replays game speed, in terms of time between spins, is actually not slowed down at all which is a good thing.
Where can it be played?
Most Evolution live casinos seem to now be carrying Immersive Roulette. Those that definitely were at time of writing include:
So take your pick..