Evolution First Person Roulette

Evolution First Person Roulette has been built by Evolution Gaming as a Random Number generator (RNG) alternative for its very popular live dealer roulette games.

This is the second version to be released and this is hugely improved from the initial version.

This new game comes with the following options.

  • It’s a single player game of European Roulette.
  • Spins can be stopped at any time, with the result being provided immediately
  • There’s over 3,000 different spin combinations within the wheel to disguise which number the ball will land on. Adds to the anticipation.
  • The chip stack reflects the players balance.
  • Game stats are built from when you start playing.
  • Bets can be placed on the betting grid and Racetrack and also on recent numbers.

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  • It has an Immersive experience with 3D animated views.
  • There is Repeat & Spin and 2x Double & Spin buttons.
  • A Go live Button transports you to the Live Casino lobby so you’re able to play on a table with a live dealer.

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My Verdict on Evolution First Person Roulette

As RNG roulette games go, Evolution FPG Roulette is OK. It’s certainly an improvement on the original version launched in early 2018. In my opinion is still has some way to go.

The graphics are great and so is the ball interaction with the wheel. However the base playing experience has lacked the attention it’s due. The core of any game should be the play ability and it’s here I feel Evolution has let themselves down.

Using the racetrack is a fundamental way of placing bets when playing online. However Evolution First Person Roulette has only partially implemented it’s use.

Chips are not transitioned onto the betting grid and there is no way to adjust the number of neighbours. The opportunity to save favorite bets or make the more complicated roulette bets is also missing.

How to play

Roulette is all about predicting which number the ball will land on when it’s spun around the roulette wheel.

You place bets on the tabe, using either the Betting grid or the Racetrack. The racetrack is useful is you want to cover sections of the wheel with bets, and also for betting on a number and it’s neighbours on the wheel.

The betting grid is used more for straight up number betting, odds/evens, Red/Blacks and where you what to cover a number in full or in part.

You can find more information on roulette betting in my how to play guide.

I’ve also produced a Roulette Strategy guide on some of the more often used roulette betting strategies.