Portomaso Gaming has been on the market for some time, delivering HTML5 video slots and back-end solutions for casino operators. The provider is mostly known for their live tables, streamed 24/7 from Portomaso and Oracle land-based casinos in Malta.
The developer’s software is tested by Gaming Laboratories International and licenced by the UK Gambling Commission, which makes the company reliable, if not particularly innovative. At the moment, Portomaso Gaming portfolio is limited to Punto Banco and several roulette tables, including Autowheel and Live Roulette 360 in Oracle, a single zero variant shot from every corner for a more immersive experience.
Live Roulette 360 is played according to standard European Roulette rules - the animated betting platform that replicates the actual casino table will appear on the screen before every new session, prompting the players to submit the bets. The betting time is, of course, limited, but the players will be able to submit their last wagers a few seconds after the dealer spins the wheel.
The results of the last ten spinning sessions will be displayed at the bottom, with an option to bet on all the relevant numbers at the same time. In case you change your mind, additional gaming commands can be found to the left, enabling the users to clear all the chips from the table or repeat the last bet. And, if you are doing particularly well and feel the urge to spread the joy, the option to tip the dealer can be found next to the stack of chips.
Portomaso Gaming Live Roulette 360 is a perfect solution for all those who feel that studio streamed tables are too flat. Thanks to the highly responsive UI, you will get the best of both worlds – the authentic and lively atmosphere of a genuine gambling venue and the advantage of playing side by side with actual casino visitors on a customizable platform, from the comfort of your living room.