BGO Prime Roulette Review
Unlike many of the customised live dealer games, BGO Roulette developed by Playtech doesn’t feature an abundance of the Casino’s branding. What you will see is a screen positioned behind the dealer display various promotional messages. Once the wheel starts spinning, camera will zoom in to make sure you see where the ball lands.
As far as the game itself goes, this is your usual European-style Roulette with a single zero. Bets are placed by clicking on the digital image of a traditional betting layout, or with the help of a Racetrack with special bets such as Tier, Orphelins and Voisins du Zero.
Access to Lobby and Cashier, general and game settings, audio / video controls and game rules, all hide behind a single icon at the upper left corner. Players can additionally view detailed statistics of the last 100, 200, 500 or 1,000 rounds, with percentages of Red / Black, Even / Odd, and High / Low numbers, as well as results by dozens / columns and a wheel-shaped chart displaying hit frequency of each individual number. Live Chat window enables communication with the friendly croupier. Table limits start at £0.10 and go up to £1,000.