Created to accommodate high rollers, NetEnt’s Live Roulette Pro table is a single zero variant with high table limits, which, depending on the operator, can reach £20K (or more) on a single bet. Obviously, this is not a traditional VIP table – at least not by name – however, the settings are quite in line with a big-time gambler's state of mind.
No less is expected from NetEnt, one of the most highly acclaimed developers with decades-long market presence, multiple industry awards, and luxurious Malta-based studio where the Live Roulette Pro table is located. Although inclined towards more traditional casino ambience (with the exception of their Live Beyond Live virtual premises), NetEnt managed to counterbalance the lack of diversity with premium video quality and exceptional service – their dealers are trained over the course of three whole weeks, and the entire infrastructure consists of the state-of-the-art-equipment, perfectly recreating the atmosphere of land-based casino exclusive tables.
As a European variant of the game, Live Roulette pro is played across a virtual table that replicates a standard single-zero layout. The platform also features advanced commands and customization options which will allow the players to adjust the interface to their gameplay style or review the results of the previous spinning rounds.
The betting time is limited but one will still have plenty of time to submit and confirm the bets. NetEnt’s interface also allows the user to bookmark multiple betting patterns, quickly undo the last move and remove the bet from the table, double the wager with a single click or clear all the bets and start over.
Live Roulette Pro is just the kind of platform one would expect from a top-notch developer such as NetEnt – simple, elegant, and responsive, the most important elements that every live table provider must deliver in order to remain competitive and meet the demands of the operators. The only regrettable thing is that NetEnt offers a limited selection of tables, which will, hopefully, change in the future. For the time being, the end users will have to settle for the essentials.