Each night across the UK, punters are lining up in front of their TVs to catch the latest broadcast of live action roulette on Challenge Jackpot or Super Casino. The shows’ popularity continue to grow, inspiring many gamers to take their interest in the classic casino game to the next logical step – by heading to their computers for some online roulette action.
The shows follow a similar pattern where the host serves as both the presenter and a croupier who feeds the ball into the roulette wheel. At the end of each spin, the host announces the names of the biggest winners playing along at home through the show’s online roulette features – most of which run 24/7.
A position on late night TV has done wonders for the game, as these programs have helped grow the fan base of roulette much faster than more traditional measures.
“There is no doubt that the game of roulette is having somewhat of a renaissance at the moment, as it is more popular than ever before,” claims Bingo Wonga.