Phoenix Roulette

Phoenix Roulette is the classic casino game that also features a progressive jackpot.

Take a chance on the unique Phoenix side bet, which gives you the chance to enter an exclusive bonus round that offers ever increasing prizes.

Keep landing the right symbols to progress along the jackpot wheels and you could bank the biggest win of them all.

Fancy a fiery spin?

    Phoenix Roulette Game Overview

    The minimum bet available in Phoenix Roulette is 50p.

    The table limit is £200.

    How to Bet

    To place a bet, choose a chip displayed in the chip tray on the bottom of your screen and then click on the designated areas on the table.

    One extra chip is added to your bet with every selection you make.

    To delete a bet you've placed, click the 'Clear' or 'Undo' buttons located below the chip tray.

    To get your game of Roulette started, press 'Spin'.

    If you would like a faster game you can press 'Instant' to skip the spin animation.

    To make an alternative bet, click 'Place Chips'.

    Select 'Rebet & Spin' and you will repeat the identical bet that was on your last spin.

    You can press 'Double & Spin' to double the value of your previous bet.


    Even Money1/1Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High
    Dozen2/1Boxes marked 1st 12, 2nd 12, 3rd 12
    Column2/1Boxes marked 2 to 1
    Line5/12 street bets consisting of 3 numbers on each row
    Corner8/1Place chip at corner where 4 numbers meet
    Street11/1Bet on 3 numbers, place chip on outer right boundary line
    Split17/1Place chip in between 2 numbers
    Straight Up35/1Bet on number by placing chip directly on it

    Betting Options

    Bet Opportunity
    Maximum Bet Amount
    Phoenix Jackpot side bet10
    Straight Up25
    Even Money500

    Fire Jackpot

    You are required to place a bet on the Phoenix Jackpot Bonus pocket, where the least you can bet is £1.

    Should the ball end up in the Phoenix Jackpot Bonus pocket, you receive a spin on the Phoenix Spinner. 

    With large prizes and a key present on the Phoenix Spinner, your aim is to land the pointer on the key so that you can progress further to the Phoenix Jackpot Bonus where even larger prizes await along with a chance to win the Progressive Fire Jackpot. 

    When you reach the Phoenix Jackpot Bonus you are presented with five consecutive wheels which feature prizes that are progressively more impressive, as well as arrows that when landed take you to the following. 

    In this bonus game, the objective is to land progressing arrows all the way to the fifth wheel, and at this point if you end on the Phoenix Jackpot symbol the Progressive Fire Jackpot is won.

    Any bets placed on other bets are pushed when the Roulette wheel lands on the Phoenix Pocket, as this will keep the integrity of the Roulette wheel and payouts.

    Fire Jackpots is a cross-game jackpot shared between specific slot and casino games developed by Roxor Gaming. 

    All of these games contribute towards the jackpot, and eligible wagers placed across the games all have the opportunity to land the Fire Jackpots.

    The more money wagered on the eligible bets in these games will improve the chance that the jackpot will be claimed.

    The chance of winning the jackpot is proportional to the amount wagered on eligible bets. Consequently, the Fire Jackpots can be won in any of the games that are eligible.

    When a Fire Jackpot is won, it gets reseeded at a value of £100,000.

    Although we try to display the latest jackpot value at all times, this might not always be the case as a result of display delays. 

    In an exceptionally rare case, the jackpot award value could be the jackpot seed amount if the jackpot winning outcome occurred just after another player’s jackpot win but before the jackpot meter was able to reset due to this earlier winner.

    Return to Player

    Base Game Return To Player (RTP): 97.37%

    Phoenix Bonus Bet Return To Player (RTP) 97.37% + 0.60% Jackpot Contribution.

    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 Base Game wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.37 of wins.

    This return is based on 1:1 bets.