Mobile Roulette


Roulette can easily rival blackjack in terms of popularity in both land-based gambling establishments and online casinos. Consequently, most of the US-facing mobile casinos offer at least one variant of this exciting game. Mobile roulette is virtually identical to its desktop-based counterpart in terms of functionality and rules. The game is always played solo, which means that you can’t interact with the other players. The results of each round are determined by certified random numbers generator software, which guarantees that the odds of winning each bet are identical to the ones you’d get while spinning a real roulette wheel.

Since you’re the only person that determines the pacing of the game, mobile roulette allows you to place more wagers per minute than its live counterpart. Unlike desktop-based casinos, mobile casinos don’t give you access to live dealer games, as appropriate video streaming apps haven’t been developed by casino software companies yet. In most cases, you’ll be limited to the American 38 square version of the game. The house edge in American roulette is set at 5.40%, which is the reason why you should go for the European 37 square variant instead, as the house edge is considerably lower and equals 2.70%.

Compatibility

The mobile casino apps that are offered by US-facing casinos are usually 100% browser-based, which makes them compatible with all kinds of modern mobile devices, including Android smartphones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, Windows Phones and Blackberry phones. As you’d expect, those apps don’t require you to install any casino software on your device’s SD card, but this also means that the data for each variant of roulette has to be downloaded whenever you sign in and pick your game. Consequently, apps of this kind perform best if you have access to a stable broadband connection.

Deposits

Funding your mobile roulette account is no different from making a deposit to a desktop-optimized version of the casino. In fact, most sites require you to use the same account regardless of the type of the device that you use. The most popular method of making a deposit is to use a credit or debit card, such as Visa or MasterCard. This method isn’t completely reliable, as the transaction might be blocked by your payment processor. In such a case you won’t lose any money and you definitely won’t face any legal action, but you’ll be required to try a different card to complete your deposit. Consequently, many players prefer to rely on Western Union or MoneyGram money orders instead, but you should keep in mind that this method is supported by a limited number of sites.

Withdrawals

The default method for withdrawing from most of the US-friendly casino sites is to request a simple bank wire transfer, but you should keep in mind that transactions of this kind usually take between 7 and 14 business days to complete. Nevertheless, in most cases the only alternative is to cash out via a check by courier, which is even slower and usually takes up to a month. Fortunately, players who already deposited via a money order are almost always allowed to withdraw using this method instead.

Bonuses

Joining a mobile casino gives you access to all the lucrative bonuses that are available for desktop-based customers. Consequently, mobile players are able to claim up to $2,000 for free on their first deposit – the bonus you receive is usually a 200% or 300% match on your payment. The money should be credited to your account as soon as the transaction is processed, but you should keep in mind that most casinos will require you to meet the rollover requirements before allowing you to withdraw any bonus winnings.

This means that you’ll have to wager the amount you deposited and the amount you received from the casino about a dozen of times or more – if you decide to withdraw without adhering to the rules of the promotion, the bonus funds will be removed from your account.