The game is played using a live European style roulette wheel.
The base game payouts have been changed to accommodate the addition of Multipliers, with all Inside Bets paying less than a traditional European Game would pay.
The objective of the game, apart from having fn is to try and win enhanced multipliers, which is achieved by the ball landing on a randomly selected Millionaire Number on the betting grid.
If the ball lands in the pocket, the player is offered either a multiplier of 100x, or a multiplier (50x or 100x) with the choice to swap to play for more in a Millionaire Game round.
The millionaire games last between 5 to 10 rounds depending on the Millionaire number you’ve landed on.
Get the answers all correct and you could be heading back with a maximum win of 2000x!
Edo Haitin, CEO at Playtech Live, comments:
“Playtech Live is committed to delivering the best possible entertainment experience.
We absolutely love the opportunity we have to work with the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? brand and I’m sure players will enjoy the unique experience of the ‘Millionaire’ brand whilst playing this game.
I’m extremely proud of our studio build team who have created a world-class interactive studio with cutting-edge technology throughout.
Through working with partners like Sony Pictures Television, we are able to combine our outstanding technology, exciting live game show experience and a much-loved global brand like Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
We are on a fantastic journey at Playtech Live as we look to continue to deliver the most engaging responsible gambling entertainment experience in the market.”
Stephan Zingg, Commercial Director, Interactive, Western Europe, Sony Pictures Television, says:
“Playtech Live is the industry leader in creating the most innovative online gaming experiences and we are very excited to see Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Live Roulette launched across the Playtech Live network.
We look forward to continuing to work with the Playtech Live team on the next two exciting new games in the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? portfolio.”
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