Contrary to what one might expect, Playtech’s Live UFC table has little to do with the actual sport; the octagon is the only thing that the two have in common, and other than that, the UFC variant is the traditional single-zero roulette variant, presented by English-speaking dealers.
The idea behind this concept is rather elusive, especially if you have already played at Playtech’s Football table. The theme actually makes sense here, since the dealer comments on the featuring football matches streamed in the back throughout the entire session. This is not the case at the UFC table, and while the dealers can be quite talkative, there was no mention of any UFC-related events.
Live UFC Roulette is a single zero variant with the integrated rulebook and two extra betting fields, on top of the main animated table area. The racetrack field and special bets are laid out to the left, and the players can submit Jeu 7/9, Voisins du Zero, Tiers du Cylindre, and Orhelins with a single click. The same advantage does not exist in the double zero variants, and to cover these fields, you will need to arrange the chips across the table manually.
After you place the bet, you can speed up the game, undo the move, clear all chips from the table, or double the wager by using game commands at the bottom. Throughout the session, the Golden Chip bonus can be randomly unlocked, and you can either collect and store the chips or use them in the current game.
The UFC Roulette version meets the developer’s quality standard, and there are no shortcomings that would spoil the experience – the interface is exceptional and the same goes for the audio-video quality. The only downside is that the game does not “live up to its name” since there is absolutely no difference between this and any other Playtech’s roulette table that does not feature the octagon in the back. Hopefully, this is just a preliminary version, and the table is yet to become fully defined.