Spin the classic wheel when you play our online casino game, EU Roulette.
You can play with all of the classic roulette features that you love, with special bets like Tiers and Orphelins available.
Make the most of three different camera angles, and the Turbo Mode allows you to play at an even faster pace!
Add your chips.
The bet sizes available in EU Roulette range from £1 to £200.
How to Play EU Roulette
This online casino game is played with the exact same set of rules as any regular roulette table.
Your aim is to place a wager on the correct numbered pocket that the white ball will end up in when it's finished spinning.
Certain aspects of this game can be customised. This includes a range of colours for the table, in addition to the fast-paced Turbo Mode.
Placing a Wager
Select the Chips button in order to begin placing your wager. You can change the value of the chips that you wish to place.
Once you've chosen your chip, a white glow will surround it. The value will then move into the middle of the chip selector.
Place your bets by clicking the area of the table that you want to cover, and this will add your chip. Alternatively, you can drag the chip to a certain area and it will be dropped.
As soon as your chip has been placed on the table, the 'Undo', 'Clear Bets' and 'Double' options will be unlocked.
In addition to your regular roulette bets, this game allows you to place Tiers, Orphelins, Voisins Du, Zero Spiel and Neighbour bets.
Colours of the Table
There are three different colours that can be used for the tables in EU Roulette, and they are as follows: red, blue and green.
Choose your favourite colour by going to the settings window.
You can play EU Roulette at a faster pace by activating Turbo Mode, which consists of three different speed settings.
This game uses three alternate camera angles.
You can change the active camera angle by clicking the 'View' button.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 97.30%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.30 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.