Do you want more action and more fun playing at Roulette at the casino? Action you can`t have in a live environment? Try out one of our most exciting online Casino games with a unique dynamic! One Ball is not enough for you? What about 2 or even 3?! In this particular version you are able to place up to 3 balls to spin in the money for you.More balls mean a 3 times higher chance to win than with only a single ball! The possibility to win increases dramatically! With a bit of luck you may walk away as a big winner!
Multiball Roulette mechanics and rules are the same as those of European Roulette. But in the upper corner of the game screen you can see the “Balls” tab with a “1, 2, 3” switch. The default number is “1” which means the game is played with a single ball, but should you choose to use the switch to the other positions, another one or two balls will be added to the gameplay, launching simultaneously with the first ball. So, the game can be played with two or three balls at the same time!
When you change the number of balls, the bet amount changes as well, dividing itself by 2 or 3 respectively. For example, when you play with three balls, any bet will be denominated by 3. When you win, the payout is calculated according to the number of balls you played with. E.g. if you played with 3 balls, the bet amount will be divided by three and calculated according the the payout table.
Example: You have placed a €3 bet on number 12. You chose to play with three balls and the winning numbers are as follows: 5, 12, 32. One of the balls has landed on the number we placed our €3 bet on. Because you played with 3 balls, the payout is calculated based on a bet of €1 (€3/3), with the resulting payout of €36.
So, regardless of the number of balls you choose, the game is played out with a standard 2.7% house edge, but becomes much more dynamic. You get a chance to play not on one, but on two or three roulettes simultaneously!
Moreover, Multiball Roulette just like any other BetVoyager game has an EQUAL ODDS version, where there is no 2.7% house edge, thus giving the player a 50/50 chance of winning!