Live Slots Gameplay Interactive

‘Gameplay Interactive Live Slots are coming soon! Check out the exciting teaser video revealing a multi-platform vide slot studio!!’ (Image from gameplayint.com)

The software platform and live game producer Gameplay Interactive is following in the footsteps of Playtech Live after teasers advertising the introduction of live dealer video slots appeared on its flagship website!

Slots streamed via webcams, complete with a real-life host to operate reel spins is an idea that many live casino software manufacturer brands have toyed with. Yet, to date, only Playtech Live has a live dealer slot – namely its Buffalo Blitz Live 6-reel slot with 4,096 ways-to-win. Plus, with so many excellent online video slots by top brands such as Microgaming, Playtech, Play’n Go, and others, the problem with having a dedicated studio to host slot titles can be an expensive proposition versus the ROI. The game needs players to make a profit, and this would mean convincing slot fanatics to switch from fast-paced virtual slots to slower live dealer versions. On top of this, there are plenty of live game options such as Sic Bo, blackjack, and roulette that will attract the masses thus justifying the expense!

However, Gameplay Interactive is willing to take the risk by coming up with a plan to bring multiple live video slot titles to online casinos. The game developer mostly serves operators in the Asian market, while slowly but surely the brand is finding its way into online gambling establishments that operate under the Curacao eGaming license. That means its live slots collection could also become available at casinos that accept players from India, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada—Bitstarz and Lucky Days casinos spring to mind—both of which include live dealer games in their bonus offers!

On the Gameplay Interactive website, the brand-new live slots teaser video shows off a multi-level platform with numerous live video slot hostesses and 3 levels with over 20 slots placed up and down a glamorous dedicated studio!

The Gameplay Interactive Multi-LEVEL Studios!

There are 2 live video slots currently being touted on the Gameplay Interactive advertisement which reads ‘coming soon’. The studio has 3 levels split into 2 sides with 4 slots on the left and 4 on the right. Each one is hosted by a presenter.

All players need to do is select the ‘Blue’ or ‘Red’ Racing Reels game in the live dealer area. Next players select their bet type, which are ‘big/small’ or ‘odd/even’, ‘Win Place’, or ‘First 2 or 3’. The next step is to select the chip size for the spin bet, and finally place the bet on the chosen host, which is a selection of hostesses managing the live slot titles. Once the bet players confirm the bet, the live game moves to a live slot, and the reels spin on the racing-themed video slots!

Check out the teaser video from Gameplay Interactive it reveals other slot titles in the background such as God of Flames and Fortune Dragon while we count a total of 24 live video slots in a huge live casino game show style slots studio!

How About Manually Operated Video Slots?

Now, just to throw the idea out there, and it is something that works with Wheel of Fortune games, why not have a live slot on which the game presenter spins the reels one by one? Admittedly, the word ‘clunky’ springs to mind in all honesty, but on the other hand, why do live casino players prefer live table games to virtual table games?

One reason touted by live casino game developer brands and live casino operators alike is that the results are not computer-generated. You get to see the outcome unwind in real-time delivered by a real-life dealer or croupier i.e., by an actual person for those newbies that need clarification!

Maybe, and it is a big maybe because we are just throwing ideas out into the wind here, slot players would like the idea of a manually operated slot. That said, the presented would need to be an Olympian during any free spins round, as one of the benefits to virtual video slots is ‘speedy reel spins’. A manually operated video slot would not necessarily need a free spins game. It could incorporate multiple bonus features triggered in different ways—just like Evolution’s Crazy Time!

For now Gameplay Interactive has marked the live slots as ‘coming soon’! As usual, as soon as we know more, and whether these live slots will come to live casinos available in your jurisdictions, you will see it here first on the livecasinocentral.com live casino news portal!

Manual Live Video Slots (For Vs Against)

Against:

  • Slow reel results
  • Slow free spins rounds
  • 5 reels to spin manually

For:

  • No RNGs or computer operated results
  • Possibility of exciting bonus rounds
  • Social gaming

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