Playtech Roulette Games

The Company

Playtech LogoFounded in 1999 by Teddy Sagi, a London-based Israeli businessman, Playtech PLC is the world’s largest online gaming software supplier listed on the London Stock Exchange. The company was floated in 2006 at a price, which evaluated the entire business at about GBP 550 million. Playtech is a software provider for online casinos, bingos, poker rooms, scratch games, fixed-odds arcade games, sports betting, live dealer games and binary options, social and mobile gaming. All of the company’s products can also be freely incorporated into existing systems as standalone applications, because they are part of unified platform.

As of August 2014, 3 500 people in 12 countries were in employment at the company, including Isle of Man (where the headquarters are based), Israel, Estonia, United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Germany, Ukraine, Cyprus, Sweden, Philippines, Latvia and Gibraltar.

Roulette Software

Playtech offers a variety of roulette gaming opportunities. The standard version, which is not that rich in features, includes European, American, Club and Pro variations of roulette. They all visualize a wheel in the top left hand corner of the screen, while the remaining part of the screen shows the betting layout. At the end of each spin the player will usually view a close up of the final destination of the roulette ball.

Another option is PlayTech’s Premium Roulette series. Here players will find European, American, French, NewAR and Pro variations of the game. The series feature a layout of the screen, which is similar compared to that of the standard game version. However, the premium roulette offers enhanced graphics, which make the betting layout appear much clearer. The player is provided with options such as modifying the felt color on the betting grid and the camera angle, while the roulette wheel is located above the betting grid. Another option enables the player to reverse the direction, in which the wheel rotates. This game version also includes a stats button, which will represent graphically the wheel showing the hot and cold numbers.

Playtech offers a 3D version of Roulette, which has good graphics, but yet not that smooth as what can be seen in the premium version. The 3D variation features a large-sized wheel, which is located above the betting area. This feature will surely suit those players who crave for a close up version of roulette. Here the player is able to choose between two modes – auto and turbo play.

Another notable gaming option is the multi-wheel Roulette, which will suit the preferences of players who enjoy more action. This game version provides the player with the opportunity to operate up to six tables simultaneously. Or, the player is able to make a single bet, which will play at all six tables at once. In order to do so, however, he/she will need to make a wager six times larger.

Along with the ordinary versions of roulette, the company also offers Mini Roulette, Pinball Roulette and Marvel Roulette. Mini Roulette is a game, which includes twelve numbers and one zero. Pinball Roulette is a hybrid game, which combines the very best of ordinary roulette with the enjoyment of the pinball table. The Marvel Roulette enables the player to take advantage of the opportunity to hit a power, an extra power, a super power or an absolute power progressive bonus. At present, the absolute power bonus may be at the amount of more than GBP 400 000.

Roulette Game Software Developed by Playtech

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