Arabic Roulette from Unibet – your How To Play guide
Arabic Roulette – a bespoke offering by Unibet.com
Live Arabic Roulette – I never knew until I did a little Google-Fu just how popular Roulette is in the Middle East. Although Islam forbids gambling, it would appear that the message is softening. With this in mind Unibet.com has opened a table that is specifically for Arabic visitors to the site.
As you would expect, this table operates in exactly the same way as all other Live Dealer tables. One live dealer operates the wheel, and multiple camera angles move between focussing on the wheel and the croupier. The background is subtly furnished in a more Middle Eastern styling with softer lighting, patterned backgrounds and drapes for effect. The croupier also exclusively speaks in Arabic.
Wagering and Gameplay
Wagering on this table starts at 20p per chip, possibly reflecting the popularity across all aspects of Middle Eastern classes. When I played though, there weren’t many people in the room and the chat function wasnt busy. That may be down to the time I was playing. Most of the Middle East is three hours ahead of me.
The main table view doesnt show the previous history of the spins, or the hot and cold numbers. To access these you need to click on the “Camera” icon to change the view to an overhead one. Using this view will let you see more information which will help you decide where to place your chips.
As is usual with all Live Roulette tables, you can mouse over certain sections of the table. This will open up boxes explaining particular bets. One thing I found unusual was that all these boxes had English writing in. I was expecting them to have been translated into Arabic.
So, in conclusion – this table is just a normal Live Roulette Table designed specifically for Arabic speakers. If you fancy trying Live Arabic Roulette then simply click here to sign up and get started. If you would like to see what other tables Unibet.com have, then click here to go to our main Unibet.com table hub.
As the say in Arabic – hza saeidaan (Good Luck!)