|Manufacturer:||vs Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £200.00|
|Bonus Features:||n/a||Free Spins:||n/a|
|RTP:||Unknown||Game Type:||Video Slot|
Cricket is a game which most of world clearly does not understand or have any interest in; it’s played by a handful of Commonwealth countries and even in those locations it’s not always particularly popular. It’s fair to say that this is game you either love or hate – or are perhaps ambivalent towards. Nevertheless this is funky little betting game based on cricket – it’s by vsGaming and it’s called Owzat, that being the cry of which suggests to the umpire that the batsmen is out.
Owzat is a dice-based game in which in which you pick various combinations of totals at differing odds. The action revolves around a cricket pitch separated into segments which each contain totals and their respective odds. Outside the pitch area there are more options where you can bet on doubles or triples being rolled at odds of 10/1 and 180/1 respectively.
How It Works
When you first load up the game it’s worth taking a second to familiarise yourself with the layout as we’ve described above. Once you’re happy with that it’s time to select your chip size on the bottom right and place some bets. The choice is yours here and if you’re a student of betting systems this might be a good place to test out your theories.
Once you’re happy with your selections, press ‘Bet’ and the tiny bowler will run up and bowl to the equally small batsman who will whack it into one of the segments around the pitch. Where it ends up of course depends on the total of the dice roll which is happening at the same time.
Any wins will then be paid out to you and your bets removed. There’s a ‘Repeat Bet’ button if you want to play the same bet again.
Owzat Playing Tips
This is one of those arcade games in which it’s possible to try out something like the Martingale system. The odds are 1/1 for a Hi/Lo wager but bear in mind that two outcomes of the possible total of eighteen won’t help you.
This is a reasonable diversion but perhaps not for too long. It’s quite fun watching the miniature cricketers in action and the action is nicely animated.