Lightning Roulette

by Evolution Gaming

Evolution Roulette have yet again created another classic, engaging live casino game show title. This unique European Roulette variant throws incredibly inviting multipliers reaching up to x500 into play, which certainly makes this game worth playing.

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Lightning Roulette Facts & Stats

Release date: April 2018 Provider: Evolution Gaming
Game type: Roulette Game category: Game Shows
RTP: 97.30% Max payout: N/A
Min bet: £0.20 Max bet: £10,000
Special bets: No Devices: Desktop, Tablet, Mobile

What is Lightning Roulette?

Launched back in 2018 Lightning Roulette is one of Evolution’s most popular live casino game shows to date, this revolutionary game combines the excitement of live roulette with RNG gameplay as random multipliers between 50x and 500x are thrown into the game every spin.

Set in a beautifully designed Art Deco studio, much like its sister game Lightning Dice, Lightning Roulette is hosted by a talkative host that keeps players engaged in-between every single spin.

Despite all its intricacies you should feel quite at home playing this game as you’ll find all the classic elements of a traditional roulette game here, the betting options remain the same, the wheel is your standard European style roulette wheel… The only major difference between Lightning Numbers.

What are Lightning Numbers? 

Before every single spin of the wheel the host will pull a lever which sees a random selection of numbers appear on the screen behind the host, these numbers are accompanied by a randomly generated multiplier... These are your lightning numbers for that round! 

You’ll be able to identify Lightning Numbers when a bolt hit the roulette table, lucky numbers will be illuminated by a gold light with their multiplier flashing over the number.

It should be noted that this game pays out different to other variants of roulette. Straight bets pay 30/1 whilst all other roulette bets such red or black, splits, corners and dozens pay the same as a standard game of roulette.