Double Ball Roulette Now Live With Online Operators

Game features two balls with the possibility of two winning numbers from a single spin

Live dealer provider Evolution has announced that its latest game, Double Ball Roulette, is now live with operators.
Double Ball Roulette features two balls with the possibility of two winning numbers from a single spin, and has been developed by Evolution in partnership with Games Marketing. The game offers three types of bet:
* Inside bet: Either ball can land on a number for inside bets to win. The player will win twice as much if both balls land on a number
* Outside bet: Both balls must land on the desired outcome for outside bets to win, but the player is paid enhanced odds
* Double Ball Exclusive bet: For the 1,300 to 1 Double Ball Exclusive bet to win, both balls must land in the selected number
The dealer pushes a button on a patented device on the wheel to release the two balls, which travel in the same direction and at the same speed, but the second ball always just behind the first.
Double Ball Roulette is a world-first in live casino, Evolution claims, and has launched to players on Codeta.com as one of handful of initial operators.
Codeta.com CEO Edward Ihre, said:
"Double Ball Roulette is a brilliant new product and we are thrilled to be able to offer to it to our players at this early stage. Ground-breaking games such as this will be key to driving the live dealer sector forward in 2017."

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