January 10, 2020 written by

NetEnt upgrades Roulette interface

Swedish gaming giant NetEnt has announced the launch of a new mobile interface for its Roulette games.

This development aims to provide players with an improved user experience and an optimised, high-level performance on all devices and screen types. As more and more players are gaming on their smartphones and tablets, these improvements to NetEnt’s mobile interface are sure to be met with great excitement.

Immersive gameplay

As part of their new design, NetEnt have revamped their portrait and landscape gameplay to try to improve the game’s usability. They have done this by introducing 18 Recent Numbers for portrait mode and 34 Recent Numbers for landscape.

Furthermore, they aim to make the game more immersive by using dynamic and innovative camera angles. NetEnt want to transport players to the heart of the game, and so they have made the Roulette table cover up to 100% of the device’s screen.

Indeed, NetEnt claim that they offer ‘more immersive streaming in portrait and landscape than any other product on the market’.

User-friendly

Functionality is key in this revamp of NetEnt’s live Roulette games. The new design gives players quick access to their favourites and statistics to help improve the gaming experience.

Players can also bet exclusively with Racetrack, which enables them to place bets on groups of numbers on the Roulette wheel quicker and easier than before. They can do this without resetting the main felt at the start of each game, offering a better and more user-friendly gaming experience to players.

An “unrivalled player experience”

Andres Rengifo, Director of NetEnt Live said: “NetEnt Live is committed to continually enhancing our product set with new additions and updates that deliver an unrivalled player experience.

“With our new Roulette mobile interface, we have once again raised the bar, developing a product that is primed to capitalise on the rapid shift to mobile.”

These developments for NetEnt Live Roulette come soon after the release fo their new slot games: Gold Money Frog and Wings of Riches.

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