VIP Roulette is an auto roulette game produced by the Serbian online casino content provider Fazi. The company has been operational since 1991 and it joined the gambling industry in the late 90s, presenting its premium products in 2005 (Byron Roulette) and 2012 (Triple Crown Roulette). Fazi is well-known in the Balkans and has extended its reach throughout Europe and also Asia. Some of the company’s major partners are Betconstruct and EveryMatrix.
Roulette is the main point of focus for Fazi, especially games that work with an automated wheel but also have elements of a live dealer game. VIP Roulette is one of those, as it benefits from an auto-wheel and features a pre-recorded video feed that runs in moments when the presenter needs to announce the bets and the winning number. VIP Roulette is a European-style game, meaning it is played with a single zero pocket.
The game loads super quickly and you are one blink away from being in front of a lovely brunette presenter telling you to place your bets. The betting area is quite large and occupies a large portion of the screen.
The video feed is small, yet clearly visible. You can put chips of different values on a standard betting layout or switch to the racetrack board by clicking on the Race Bet button. The bar way below indicated how much time you have to place a wager, On the right, you’ll find options such as Repeat Bet, Cancel Bet, Cancel All and Special Bets which opens up a menu from which you can bet on Crown, Voisins, Finale, Black Splits and Red Splits.
On the opposite side, you will see a button that opens up a menu of the Series bets, including Zero, Big Series, Orphanelli, Series 5/8 and Red Snake. As you can see, even though the game is the same old’ game of roulette, Fazi introduces refreshing betting opportunities you will rarely ever see with other providers. You can access Hot and Cold Numbers statistics from the slide menu, but there are no options to chat with other participants.
VIP Roulette from Fazi is a decent automated roulette game that makes things a bit more immersive with a video feed of a female dealer spinning the wheel and releasing the ball. This happens each round, but the wheel is set in motion automatically. Her voice is pre-recorded for each number so that she can announce every winning outcome and create an illusion of a real dealer managing the game. That’s a bit disappointing, but overall the game is not poorly executed. It delivers a 2,7% house edge and offers exciting wagering opportunities that warrant at least a try.