The entire layout of the game isn’t dramatically different to what you can find in other roulette games, with its logo in the top left hand corner. The background is a stylish red colour, while the roulette wheel is displayed at the top in the centre. The various different hot and cold numbers are displayed to the right hand side of the screen, giving you hints as to where might be better locations to place wagers. Towards the bottom of the interface you will find the betting table displayed in a deep blue colour, and the French words of Manque, Impair, Pair and Passe are visibly displayed. Gambling options are much the same as what you will find in most other roulette games, although unlike the American version, there is just a single green 0 rather than a double one as well.
At the very bottom of the game’s interface, you will find that there are several different customisation options, starting with the ‘I’ button, which allows you to view the paytable. You can also open the racetrack with the button next to this, while further statistics can be seen with the third button along. Finally, if you have saved any of your favourite bets you can view them and play them instantly by using the button with the star on it. Further along from this are the different chips that you can select from, and these start from the minimum of €1 and increase up to the highest level of €500, and these are also the game’s minimum and maximum wager levels.