Live Roulette Ezugi
Ezugi is a reputed provider of live dealer solutions that are seamlessly compatible with most iOS/Android devices and desktops. The roulette tables are located at a studio in Costa Rica and are run by amicable dealers who speak English and Spanish. With the minimum bet of $1 (Straight) and $2 (1 to 1 bets), table limits applied in the game will be appealing to low-rollers and casual players. No doubt players will find there most features they expect from a live roulette, including a chat box, statistics and basic video settings.
Live roulette features
This is a single-zero European roulette with a 2.7% house advantage. The main betting grid has a traditional design with 36 black and red spaces for inside bets as well as outer boxes for outside bets. Call bets and neighbors are placed on a hidden betting area that looks like a racetrack and only appears on the screen on clicking a respective button in the toolbar. Special bets also include Red Split and Black Split, which are fairly rare bet types in live roulette. Besides, the racetrack provides the option to place a bet on hot or cold numbers.
The real-time statistics displayed in Ezugi’s live roulette is intended to help the player make an informed choice of which number or area to place a bet on. Stats include:
- the Last 10 Numbers panel that does what the name implies – shows the last 10 winning numbers
- a 2D wheel chart divided into 37 spaces that are arranged in radial wedges to represent 37 numbers. The length of each wedge is proportional to the hit frequency of a respective number on the roulette wheel
- five Hot and Cold numbers
- a 2D numbered grid that indicates how many times each number and betting area has been won for the last 100 rounds.
The roulette has a Favorite Bets feature that enables the player to save up to three bets and then have them placed automatically. Other gaming features include dealer tipping, a chat box and roulette rules. The chat facility has two tabs, with one for talking to the dealer, and the other for getting in contact with the support team.
Video and audio options
The table and roulette wheel are shown from a single position that is always fixed. The video quality is average (even if you have selected the High quality option) and the feed does not look impressive on computer monitors; however, the video performs well on handheld devices. Audio settings are muting/unmuting and volume control.