Evolution Adds Dual Play Roulette from Palm Beach Casino

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Live dealer casino specialist Evolution Gaming has announced that they're releasing a new Dual Play Roulette product that will be based out of the Palm Beach Casino from London.

The product will be called 'Roulette Live Mayfair', which will be broadcast from the casino in high definition and let players from around the world place bets on the table. The events will be played out and the results paid or debited to the casino accounts of players. The game will be available on desktop and mobile devices, with Evolution claiming that the game will allow punters to "play your way from the heart of Mayfair to the palm of your hand".

The Palm Beach Casino is based out of Mayfair and has been in operation for more than 50 years. The casino is currently undergoing a renovation, and will feature and updated look for visitors. The venue is owned by Genting, who also runs a series of casinos throughout the world.

Commenting on the agreement Genting Director of Gaming Product Rob Hoddinott said, "This is our third Evolution Dual Play table installation across our UK casino estate. Players at Genting Manchester and Resorts World Birmingham love the idea of being able to play at a favourite on-premise table even when they are unable to be at the table in person. We are equally confident that our discerning clientele at The Palm Beach will take the dual-play convenience of Roulette Live Mayfair to their hearts."

Evolution's James Stern also commented, revealing: "We are delighted, once again, to be extending our services to Genting UK. Properly implemented, convergence solutions such as Evolution's Dual Play tables are a vital part of a top casino's service to its players and an excellent way to build brand loyalty. Not only that, but Dual Play is also a perfect online marketing tool for communicating the unique attraction of the land-based venue and encouraging new players to visit."

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24 October 2018 - 4:44pm
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Evolution Live has good variations of roulettes like Double balls and American Roulette with 0 and 00, and a kind of multiplier boost roulette, too. I don't know what this Dual Play table would look like.

Two dealers spin one ball alternately ? 🙂

Actually, what Evolution Live should do for roulette players is to extend the betting time from current 17 seconds to 20~25 seconds more. 17 seconds for roulette betting is too short.