Real Dealer comes in hot with fast-paced, multiplier roulette

By Simon Wright Dec 5, 2022

Real Dealer Studios, producer of cinematic RNG casino games, has launched a smoking hot roulette variant that combines shortened game rounds with random multipliers that can deliver massive payouts.

Turbo Multifire Roulette, which was created using Real Dealer’s signature approach of combining Hollywood-quality video with cutting-edge software, takes the classic European roulette format and turns up the heat by adding random bonus multipliers to each game round.

After bets have been placed, one to five blazing bonus numbers appear, each with a random multiplier amount ranging from 50x to 500x. If the player has placed a straight-up bet on one of the bonus numbers, and it hits, they land the win multiplier.

To further boost the game’s excitement factor, Real Dealer streamlined the structure of the rounds to make them markedly shorter. The resulting ‘turbo’ pace fits perfectly with the title’s fiery motif, which includes flames and sparks against a mysterious, dark backdrop.

Shane Cotter, Chief Product Officer at Real Dealer Studios comments: “The prospect of hitting those 500x multiplier wins, and the sheer excitement that comes along with it, is already enough to attract a huge portion of roulette fans to this game.”

“At the same time, Turbo Multifire Roulette caters to players who prefer a quicker tempo, with or without the bonus numbers. Put all that together with the game’s incredible visuals, and you can see why we’re expecting this game to set casino lobbies on fire in the coming weeks.”

Turbo Multifire Roulette and Real Dealer’s other titles are available exclusively from Games Global.

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Simon Wright

Simon Wright has been both a player and an observer of the online casino industry for over 15 years. His knowledge of the online casino industry – to include sports is massive. Not many folks have the experience or his knowledge about online gambling. His adoration of football is also noted. He has painted his house blue (Chelsea) and annoys his neighbors with local football songs on game days.