Look & Feel
House rules & RTP
NetEnt’s modest Malta studio offers both European and French roulette tables. The table layouts are obviously very different to look at, but essentially the bets offered and payouts applying to these bets are the same, and consistent with standard roulette bets/payouts.
In fact, NetEnt do not apply the rule of the rule of La Partage on their French table, so layout aside, these are pretty much identical games. This fact is further highlighted by the tables’ respective RTP rates (as published in the house rules) which are the same.
Free play on live casino games is rare. NetEnt’s roulette tables are one of the few live dealer games where you can get a few practice chip games in, depending on the casino your playing at. Here’s an extract from the NetEnt roulette stock house rules…
New Live Casino players may have the option to play for fun. When playing for fun players are granted a defined number of play for fun game rounds. When the play for fun game rounds are depleted the player will be asked to play at a ‘real’ game table.
Theoretical return to player rates:
- European Roulette (En Prison rule doesn’t apply): 97.30%
- French Roulette (La Partage rule doesn’t apply): 97.30%
Sample game recording
Our picks for where to play, and why
NetEnt are new(ish) to the live games caper and their live tables are carried by a relatively small (but quality) list of licensee casinos. Limit range tends to be pretty consistent from one casino to the next, and promotions taking place on these tables tend to be NetEnt sponsored so the same promotion applies across all casinos.
Key takeaway here: it doesn’t really matter where you play these tables. Choose from: