NetEnt is known for its consistently strong and enjoyable online casino content, and for the variety and quality of its offering. Its take on classic table favourite American Roulette is no exception, serving up plenty of thrills alongside a genuine chance of a decent win.
With this operator’s sleek, well-presented version of American Roulette, you get a graphic video by way of a welcome package and some soothing music to serenade you as you play, plus a highly interactive design and gameplay.
How to play
Play NetEnt’s America Roulette, available via desktop and mobile, and you can expect a standard set of features, including the 38 slots – 0-36 plus the trademark extra 00 that is the staple of American Roulette. (Indeed, this is the only difference setting it apart from the game’s European counterpart.)
Why not try this game in free mode before you do anything else, and get in a couple of practice sessions, before you commit any real money?
Place bets by dragging chips onto the desired field, then start the round by hitting ‘Spin’.
To the right of the centrally displayed American Roulette wheel, you can view which numbers have been ‘hot’ or ‘cold’, i.e. which have come up during recent games. This may give you a clue as to which way to gamble.
Across the bottom of the screen is the betting table, in bold blue, where you have the chance to place various bets, from 1-1, odd or even, red or black, a second 12, alongside various other choices.
Gambling chips are found in the middle of the bottom of the screen, ranging from €1 to €500 in value, and providing the minimum and maximum wagers you can play on each round. Essentially, you bet and place chips just as you would on a real American Roulette table, but can change these easily at the push of a button.
Types of wagers available include racetrack, insider and neighbour betting plus there’s a dynamic billboard.
American Roulette Customisation Options
At the bottom of the gaming interface are the various options for customising your play. The ‘I’ icon allows you to open up the game’s paytable. Save favourite bets and access via the button with the star on it.
You can also access statistics providing further information to help you make decisions as you play.
American Roulette Return to Player (RTP)
The Return to Player may not be something to write home about, exactly, but it’s entirely reasonable at 94.74%. The highest payout is set at 35:1 if you win a straight bet.
Verdict – a safe bet
NetEnt’s American Roulette is a classy affair that’s consistently strong visually and as close to sitting at an actual casino table as you can be without actually being there. What’s more, it’s from a name that’s been in the business for the best part of a quarter of a century, offering extra reassurance that you’ll be in safe hands. It’s an easily played and clearly explained game, one that will keep you coming back for more.