Digital French roulette terminals have been introduced at Casino de Monte-Carlo in a bid to engage younger players with the game.
Casino de Monte-Carlo has introduced several digital French roulette terminals situated next to regular, real-money roulette tables.
The aim of this new feature is to attract “fun players”, young people between the ages of 18 and 35 who are used to screens and to allow players to see the action at the traditional tables but place their bets electronically.
Using touchscreen technology, players can bet as little as €1 on both French roulette and other live European Roulette games nearby.
The introduction of the machines is an effort to engage younger players as well as to bring more bettors to the traditional tables.
Boris Donskoff, director of the casino, said: “A player who would be intimidated to sit at a roulette table can enjoy the experience a few meters away, in front of a screen, betting with tickets. He learns, he watches. And the purpose of this specific offer is to one day bring him to the table.”
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Casino de Monte Carlo reopened for public and players on June 5 after the coronavirus pandemic forced closure mid of March.