BetMGM WV Casino To Offer Evolution Red Door Roulette

Written By Corey Sharp on November 9, 2023
Photo of the game Red Door Roulette for a story about the new live game show option coming to BetMGM Casino WV.

Evolution Gaming is unveiling Red Door Roulette on BetMGM in West Virginia. The game is going to combine Lightning Roulette and the hit game show Crazy Time.

BetMGM is one of multiple WV online casinos offering tons of live dealer games, which have come a long way since initially launching. With what started as simple blackjack and roulette, the live dealer field has since expanded into offering titles around popular game shows.

Red Door Roulette is coming to West Virginia online casinos

After BetMGM WV Casino debuted live dealer games in July 2022, it has now expanded its offerings. While blackjack and roulette were the starting point, Evolution and BetMGM now have a library of multiple options involving game shows, including Red Door Roulette.

Red Door Roulette introduces an initial slots round, where a minimum of three and as many as 15 bonus numbers per game round can offer potential passage through the famed Red Door and into the Crazy Time bonus game.

There are also random multipliers of up to 20x for players and the potential to multiply the Crazy Time wheel over and over. If a player has placed a bet on a winning bonus number that appears on the roulette betting grid, they will participate in the Crazy Time bonus round.

Players are taken to the 64-segment Crazy Time where the wheel is revealed. If a multiplier was applied to the bonus number, then all Crazy Time wheel multipliers are multiplied accordingly, allowing for potentially big multiplied wins.

Evolution discusses Red Door Roulette’s debut on BetMGM WV

Todd Haushalter, Evolution’s Chief Product Officer, said in a company press release:

“At Evolution we changed the game forever when we launched Lightning Roulette. Since then we have been evolving the live casino space with many more live game shows. We’ve seen a lot of players crossover between Roulette and our live game shows and, in the process, learned a whole lot more about game making and what excites today’s players. We believe it’s time now for a pure Roulette game show with a bonus round and we are firing the biggest cannon we have–the excitement of the Crazy Time bonus round within a modern take on the traditional Roulette game. Players all over the world know the famous Red Door that leads to the magical world of the Crazy Time bonus, and now they can have it in Roulette.”

Evolution is starting to build out its game show titles with nearly 20 different offerings.


More game show content is flocking to online casinos WV

While live dealer games are considered extremely innovative and popular, operators are continuing to evolve and expand them. Evolution has released several new game show games that are available on BetMGM in West Virginia. Those include:

  • Lightning Roulette
  • Football Studio
  • Lightning Dice

The addition of Red Door Roulette is also going to give players even more options. Haushalter added:

“We view it as our duty to make time-honoured classics like Roulette and Blackjack into games that the next generation and beyond will enjoy playing. Modern players expect bigger pays, more excitement, and more action. Red Door Roulette delivers this on all fronts.”

Evolution has tons of game show choices in its library. Some of the most popular are:

  • Deal Or No Deal Live
  • Gonzo’s Treasure Map
  • Monopoly Live
  • Funky Time

While Lightning Roulette proved to be a success, it remains to be seen what other types of game show variations BetMGM will offer in the near future. Perhaps when Red Door Roulette picks up steam, even more similar content will appear on BetMGM’s platform.

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayWV bringing you coverage of the WV online casino market in the Mountain State. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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