Gold Vault Roulette

Pop the Gold Vault open for the chance to scoop big prizes in Gold Vault Roulette!

    Gold Vault Roulette - How to Play 

    Just like in standard roulette, the aim of Gold Vault Roulette is to correctly predict which number the ball will land on.

    The roulette wheel features the numbers 1-36, as well as a single zero. 

    You can place a bet on a single number or across multiple numbers, with different payouts available.

    Gold Bars

    Once the betting time has expired, the dealer will spin the ball in the roulette wheel and open a safe with four boxes, which will reveal between five and twenty Gold Bars.

    The Gold Bars in this game are multipliers worth 50x, and are automatically assigned to a random betting spots at random.

    Up to three Gold Bars stacked onto a single betting spot and the multipliers will be added together - this means you could receive a multiplier worth 150x!

    Super Gold Bars

    Watch for Super Gold Bars which are rare but can appear once on any game round. These are worth 500x!

    It's not possible to stack Super Gold Bars and standard Gold Bars together.

    The Result

    At the end of the spin, if the ball comes lands on your chosen number, you'll be a winner!

    If a Gold Bar or Super Gold Bar covered this number, the winnings will be multiplied by the corresponding multiplier value.

    There is also an ‘Autoplay’ feature which enables you to place the same wagers for a certain amount of rounds.

    Outside Bet Payouts

    Low (1-18) / High (19-36)18 numbers1:1
    Even / Odd18 numbers1:1
    Red / Black18 numbers1:1
    Dozen / Column12 numbers2:1

    Inside Bet Payouts

    Line6 numbers5:1
    Corner4 numbers8:1
    Street3 numbers11:1
    Split2 numbers17:1
    Straight Up1 number24-499:1
    1 Gold Bar1 number50x
    2 Gold Bars1 number100x
    3 Gold Bars1 number150x
    Super Gold Bar1 number500x

    Gold Vault Roulette RTP

    Return to Player (RTP): 97.30%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.30 of wins.