Yggdrasil and Darwin Gaming release new table game
Darwin Gaming's second title as a YG Masters partner delivers fresh and immersive gameplay, greatly enhancing the online roulette experience by offering a customizable interface and a host of impressive features.
The favorite bets feature gives players the opportunity to save up to four of their favorite betting combinations during an active game session, removing the hassle of placing individual chips on the table every time they place a bet.
In addition to this, there are two unique themes players can choose from - Dark and Classic - when playing Roulette Evolution, changing the way the game is displayed.
If players wish to speed up gameplay, skipping animations and taking them straight to the outcome, they can utilize Turbo Mode, which can be enabled and disabled freely between bets.
In addition to Roulette Evolution, Yggdrasil and Darwin Gaming have also released Roulette Evolution VIP. This game boasts the same innovative features and design, except with a greater betting range tailored for those who like to place higher value bets.
Part of the YG Masters portfolio, Roulette Evolution is powered by GATI, Yggdrasil's state-of-the-art technology enabling partners to employ the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardized development toolkit to produce consistently cutting-edge content followed by rapid distribution.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product & Programs at Yggdrasil, said: "We couldn't be more thrilled about the release of this brand-new title, especially after the success of Baccarat Evolution and Baccarat Evolution VIP which came out last month.
"We're confident players will enjoy this versatile table game thanks to the plethora of features that make it so different from anything else on the market right now."
Nuno Gonçalinho, CEO of Darwin Gaming, said: "This is the second game we've released under the YG Masters Program, and one we consider to be a truly excellent addition to our ever-growing portfolio of innovative table games. We really can't wait to see players enjoy the action."