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Roulette Progressive


Roulette Progressive

London-based TCSJohnHuxley’s latest innovation is a flexible Roulette Progressive. A first-of-its-kind offering, the product offers an optional progressive bet that can be placed on a roulette table for an opportunity to win a combination of bespoke progressive, fixed and/or mystery jackpots. All of these jackpots can be customized to meet the needs and expectations of each operation, focusing on preferred hit frequencies as well as specific jackpots, their seed values and contributions.

The product provides follow-up potential to the ongoing success of TCSJohnHuxley’s blackjack and poker progressive offerings. There has never been a successful roulette progressive available that provides high levels of excitement as well as multiple customizable independent progressive jackpots, incorporating both event-based and mystery wins, according to the company.

TCSJohnHuxley’s Roulette Progressive allows the player to wager an “in it to win it” progressive wager which, once locked in, gives the player access to a variety of potential incremental individual, community and mystery progressive jackpots as well as fixed payouts. All jackpots are independent, so even if the top prize is won, the other meters are not affected and do not reset. This keeps the excitement building and players at the table for longer.

The world launch of the Roulette Progressive recently took place at Tsogo Sun’s flagship operation Montecasino in Johannesburg, South Africa, to much fanfare.

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