The Betfair brand needs no introduction- this is one of the world's biggest gaming and casino brands, made famous by their sports betting exchange. But did you know that they were also a good choice for online roulette players? They have a nice range of virtual roulette (Playtech roulette for the most part, 7 variants including our favourite 3D Roulette Premier, but also with European Roulette, mini roulette and American varieties).
The only thing we would say against the casino over at Betfair is that they could probably trim down the amount of variants they offer. So for example, do they really need American Roulette AND American Roulette Pro, which are essentially the same game, but one is a later version of the other?
At least you have the choice, I suppose, and you can play the roulette game that is most suited to your betting level, as they all have different table limits. You can also play roulette on your mobile at Betfair.
Exclusive roulette bonus- 200% Match Offer
Up to £500.
Wagering: bonus x 40. Roulette (all Varieties excluding Zero Roulette and all varieties of French Roulette)- 25% of bets contribute to the wagering requirement.
Or choose the standard bonus
£/€ 5 No Deposit Bonus
200% match bonus up to £300 on roulette or any game.
200% match bonus up to £/€1000 on slots online
100% match bonus up to £200 on live roulette games.
Roulette (all variations except French and zero roulette): 25%.
French Roulette: 10%
Zero Roulette: 0%- does not contribute towards wagering requirements
So, effective wagering requirement on European Roulette £1000 High Roller bonus, for example is x150.
You can play live roulette online here: the Betfair live games section has a good selection of tables for those of you who prefer to play on a real wheel over a webcam including their Speed Roulette game. Just follow the Live Casino links.
Choose from the following roulette games:
3D Roulette Premium
Live Roulette (with exclusive tables)
Premium American Roulette
Premium French Roulette
Premium Roulette Pro
One of the things that Betfair does very well, like many of the sportsbook operators, is mobile. Head to their mobile casino and you'll find a big range of games for smaller screens including Premium European, Penny Roulette and the newer Age of Gods roulette.
Hit the live tab and you'll also be able to play live dealer games on your mobile.
The newer Playtech games have been upgraded - you can now play them in landscape and portrait mode (head to our free mobile roulette games page to test them out or watch our video clip that showcases this game- it looks superb on a mobile).
Small stakes players will love the Penny Roulette- where you can bet on a European Roulette wheel from as low as £0.01 a spin. Bet limits go up to £10 if you feel like playing for higher stakes.
This is a player friendly variant that will allow you to play low risk roulette. We often use this game to test out systems rather than playing on free demo games. It allows us to bet on a big number of spins while keeping our risk down, but it adds a bit of spice to the proceedings!
Age of Gods Roulette
The Age of Gods roulette game taps in to the Age of Gods progressive jackpot that replaces the Marvel progressive jackpot. There are 4 progressive jackpots that can be won on any spin. You'll need to place a side bet on the Age of Gods Bonus. If the ball lands on this bonus, you'll be taken to a separate side game where you can play for the big jackpot.
You will be taken to a 3-reel slot mini-game where you'll get 3 spins at the same bet as you spun the wheel with and pay-outs of 5x to 100x up for grabs.
One of 4 Age Of The Gods jackpots can also be won randomly on any spin.
Betfair Casino accepts Paypal, as well as credit and debit cards, Neteller, Skrill, ClickandBuy, Western Union and Bank Transfer.
Betfair Group plc is the largest Internet betting exchange on the planet. In 2016, it merged with Paddy Power to become Paddy Power Betfair. It was founded in 2000 by Andrew Black and Edward Wray. Things started to motor for them after they bought oot their rival Flutter.com in 2001.
The rest, as they say, is history.