You can access a statistics page with all kinds of useful information. It is toggled off by default, but you are always one tap away from opening it again. You can use it to find hot and cold numbers and set how far back the game should check. By default, Mega Roulette will check the last 50 spins.
If you want safe wins, you should opt for outside bets. Red/Black, Odd/Even, and High/Low all cover eighteen numbers, which is almost half of the betting field. However, their payout is just 1:1. Column and dozen bets cover twelve numbers and pay 2:1. Neither option can benefit from multipliers, which is the main appeal of this game.
Inside bets mostly follow the same pattern. The fewer numbers they cover, the better their payout will be. You can see inside bets and their rewards listed below.
- Line – 5:1, covers six numbers
- Corner – 8:1, covers four numbers
- Street – 11:1, covers three numbers
- Split – 17:1, covers two numbers
One major difference from standard European roulette is the reward for straight number bets. Wagering directly on a number and winning without a multiplier pays 29:1 instead of 35:1. This is how Pragmatic Play is able to provide boosted payouts. The decreased payout sucks, but the possibility of winning 499:1 is tough to pass up.
MEGA ROULETTE (PRAGMATIC PLAY): CASINOBLOKE’S VERDICT
Pragmatic Play’s Mega Roulette is not the first time we have seen roulette with multipliers. Both Evolution and Playtech have launched their own versions, each with its own quirks. If you enjoyed either of those two options, you will like this table, too. This release does not bring any new ideas, but it is an awesome experience none-the-less.