Updated Updated: August 26, 2019

Live Dealer Money Wheel

Get ready for some of the simplest, yet most enjoyable live casino games around. Play money wheel live casino games and you’ll get to enjoy real-time games that are easy, fun and potentially very rewarding indeed! Have a read to find out more about these exciting games and why you should play them at your favourite UK online casinos.

Live Money Wheel Games

So what exactly is a live money wheel game? It’s simply a game with a large, vertically mounted wheel split into different segments. A dealer spins the wheel, which soon comes to land on a particular segment. Anyone who’s placed a bet on this segment wins.

Live money wheel games are similar to roulette and Wheel of Fortune. If you’re familiar with either of these games, you should have no problems getting used to how live money wheel games work. If you’re not so familiar with these games, don’t worry because live money wheel games are very easy to play indeed. They’re fully accessible for both complete beginners and seasoned casino enthusiasts.

Online Casinos with Live Money Wheel Games

As of 2019, there’s only one provider that offers games in this category and that’s Evolution Gaming. This provider specializes in developing and running live casino games. While it’s mostly focused on creating live versions of traditional casino games, it’s diversified its portfolio by creating its own unique live games for players to enjoy.

Since Evolution Gaming is a very well-known and successful provider, you should have no problem finding its games at UK online casinos. Most online casinos these days have live games available and many will have some, if not all, of their live games supplied by Evolution Gaming.

Dream Catcher

Developed by Evolution Gaming, Dream Catcher is the first game in the ‘live money wheel’ category to launch. This game has been around for a few years and has proven to be quite popular. It’s widely available, with many UK online casinos offering it alongside live versions of blackjack, roulette, poker and other traditional casino games. Here’s a look at how the game works.

Dream Catcher uses a large, bespoke wheel professionally manufactured by the company TCSJOHNHUXLEY. This wheel is split into 54 equal-sized segments. Most of the segments have a number printed near the top and are coloured according to their number. Below is a list of the wheel’s segments and their payouts:

NumberColourNumber of SegmentsPayout
1Yellow231:1
2Blue152:1
5Purple75:1
10Green410:1
20Orange220:1
40Red140:1
2xBlack1Multiplies wins from the next spin by 2x
7xBlack1Multiplies wins from the next spin by 7x

You’ll be pleased to learn that playing Dream Catcher is very straightforward. All you have to do is bet on which of the numbered segments you think the wheel will land on. Once all bets have been placed, the dealer will spin the wheel. Should the wheel land on a number that’s covered by your bet, you’ll be paid accordingly.

If the wheel lands on one of the two multiplier segments, it will be spun again. If you win on the second spin, your win will be multiplied by 2x or 7x, depending on which multiplier segment the wheel landed on before. A pin at the top of the wheel identifies which segment is the winning one for that particular spin.

Consecutive multipliers are stacked. Let’s say you wager £10 on a number 10 segment winning. The wheel is spun and lands on the 2x multiplier; it’s spun again and lands on the 7x multiplier. It’s spun for a third time and lands on a number 10 segment. Your payout will be calculated as £10 x 10 x 2 x 7 – a huge win of £1,400. Of course, you’ll receive your original £10 wager back as well.

Dream Catcher can be played on all sorts of devices. As well as computers and laptops, you can access the game on your smartphone or tablet. To play on the go, your device will need a steady, uninterrupted internet connection.

Thanks to the game’s multi-player scalability, a potentially huge number of players can take part in a single round. The game is broadcast from a specially purposed, state-of-the-art TV studio with several carefully placed cameras capturing all the gaming action. To make the experience all the more immersive and enjoyable, there’s a range of sound and light effects that are programmed to operate in sync with the game itself.

Keeping things running is the live dealer. The dealers who oversee the game are friendly, sociable and professional in their manner. Not only are they there to keep the game running smoothly, but they’re also there to ensure players have a worthwhile and enjoyable gaming experience.

If you like the sound of Dream Catcher, you’ll be pleased to learn it’s easily accessible to players of all budget sizes. The game’s betting values range from 10p to £2,500, with winnings capped at a cool half a million pounds. The RTP for the game varies depending on what bet you’ve placed.

BetRTP
195.34%
295.51%
591.24%
1096.58%
2092.74%
4090.81%

Monopoly Live

The Monopoly Live casino game was developed by Evolution Gaming in partnership with Hasbro, the parent company of the Monopoly brand. It’s a special edition of the Dream Catcher game and draws inspiration from one of the world’s most widely played and best-known board games.

Just like the Dream Catcher wheel, the Monopoly Live wheel is split into 54 segments, all of equal size. The segments and their payouts are listed below:

NumberColourNumber of SegmentsPayout
1Purple221:1
2Green152:1
5Pink75:1
10Blue410:1
ChanceOrange2Cash prize or multiplier
2 RollsBlack3Bonus segment
4 RollsBlack1Bonus segment

Playing Monopoly Live is pretty straightforward, though there are some bonus features that set it apart from Dream Catcher. When placing your wager, you can bet on the wheel landing on one of the numbered segments (1, 2, 5 or 10), or on one of the ‘Rolls’ segments (2 Rolls or 4 Rolls).

If you bet on one of the numbered segments and the wheel lands on that number, you’ll win. The winning segment is indicated by a large golden arrow fixed at the top of the wheel.

Should the wheel land on one of the two ‘Chance’ segments, Mr. Monopoly himself will appear. He’ll reward you with either a randomly determined cash prize or a multiplier. If it’s a multiplier, the wheel will be spun and should you win, your winnings will be multiplied accordingly. Multipliers can stack so if you ever happen to get multipliers on consecutive spins then go on to win, you could be in for a very big payout indeed!

The game really gets interesting whenever the wheel lands on one of the two ‘Rolls’ segments. This launches the bonus feature, which is of course inspired by the board game itself. So long as you’ve wagered on one of the ‘Rolls’ segments, you’ll get to play. If the bonus feature gets triggered and you haven’t bet on a ‘Rolls’ segment, you’ll get to watch but you won’t get to take part.

You’ll get to join Mr. Monopoly himself as he works his way around a Monopoly board brought to life with stunning 3D visuals. If you’re a fan of the board game, you’re bound to love this bonus feature, especially since it’s very faithful to the classic Monopoly gaming experience.

If the wheel lands on ‘2 Rolls’, the bonus feature will end once the dice have been rolled twice. Likewise, if the bonus feature is triggered by a ‘4 Rolls’ segment, it will end after four rolls of the dice. The live dealer who oversees the game is the one who rolls the dice.

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