Click on the Video below to see a demo of mobile European Roulette (gold series).
Call Bets in Landscape
This mobile roulette variants requires you to play it in landscape mode. It does however have alot more betting options than the Playtech mobile roulette. This variant has a race track betting layout so you can place call bets like Voisins du Zero, Tiers du Cylindre and the Orphelins bet.
Bear in mind though that there is a downside to all of these features, and that is that the betting areas are very small on a mobile (and we tested it on a Nexus 6P which has a 5.7 inch screen). So you might find yourself making the odd "Fat Finger Bet". Just make sure you double check your bets before you spin and clear them off if you make a mistake.
How the Betting Area looks. Turn your phone sideways if you are on a mobile.
The other thing that annoys us is that you'll need to clear your bets after a win. Letting bets ride is fine if you are playing a flat betting system like the Paroli or something, but we find it frustrating to have to clear them every time, especially when the betting layout is this small. The roulette wheel animation is slick enough.
If you lose the bet, your chips are automatically cleared from the table. At least give us the option of changing it! We also got stuck a few times playing call bets- the game wandered off in to a settings screen where you can change your bets and turn the sounds on and off. Fair enough, but there was no option to get back to the game- we ended up back at the lobby.
iPad roulette players will have no problems with the size of the betting area.
The RTP% on this game is 97.3%
If you prefer to play your roulette in landscape mode, then this is the game for you. On balance, we feel they have traded too much space on the betting layout for mobile players. It's fine on a tablet, but the betting is just too fiddly for our liking on a mobile- we prefer the Playtech variant