Multifire Auto Roulette will set casino game lobbies ablaze thanks to random multipliers that can boost winnings by up to 500x
Real Dealer Studios, the developer of unique casino games that combine pre-recorded video with RNG gameplay, has launched a scorching new roulette variant that sees random multipliers ignite gameplay with the potential to deliver massive wins.
Multifire Auto Roulette, which was created using Real Dealer’s signature approach of combining Hollywood quality video with cutting-edge software, takes the classic European roulette format but turns up the heat by adding random bonus multipliers to each game round.
After bets have been placed, one to five bonus numbers appear, each with random multiplier amounts running from 50x to 500x at intervals of 50. If the player has placed a straight up bet on one of the numbers that also comes up as a bonus number and it hits, they land the win multiplier.
Multifire Auto Roulette is set against a fiery backdrop and is the first multiplier roulette game from the popular studio, whose games are designed as an alternative to studio-based live casino.
Real Dealer’s approach to its games is unique in that it uses professional filmmaking techniques to ensure Hollywood levels of cinematography and flawless gameplay from the first game round to the last.
Shane Cotter, Chief Product Officer at Real Dealer Studios, said: “Our mission is to develop innovative and entertaining online casino games which deliver a unique player experience, and with Multifire Auto Roulette we have most certainly achieved this.
“No other RNG roulette title builds big win anticipation like this; with every game round the player has the chance to multiply their winnings by up to 500x. Of course, the game has been designed using our signature approach to deliver a superior experience.
“Multifire Auto Roulette is one of our best-looking titles to date, and it provides the perfect environment for players to land some truly incredible wins. We look forward to seeing it light up operator game lobbies over the coming weeks.”