For one of the biggest online casino aggregator platforms, another software provider’s box is ticked as SoftSwiss adds Real Dealer Studios to its multi-billion Euro game portfolio.
From today onward, casino operators that use SoftSwiss to provide their casino members with live casino and virtual table games, as well as video slots, can now add Real Dealer Studios titles to their table game sections. And, as all online and live casinos are constantly on the lookout looking for fresh game content to add to their casino platforms, Real Dealer studio table games will start making their debut appearance at a flurry of SoftSwiss powered online casino brands.
Real Dealer Studio flagship titles include Real Baccarat and Real Roulette with its money-wheel series, Fortune Finder, almost ready for release. This is an enormous deal for the up-and-coming software developer, which recently debuted live on Leo Vegas Casinos and teamed up with Microgaming via its Real Baccarat titles.
There is still some way to go before we can judge the success of this new partnership, as competition on the SoftSwiss platform is fierce. Real Dealer Studio games will go up against live casino software manufacturers currently available to casino aggregators using the SoftSwiss platform such as Evolution, Authentic Gaming, Ezugi, Lucky Streak, LiveTVBet, Absolute Live Gaming, Pragmatic Play Live, and now Real Dealer Studios as the latest addition!
Billion Dollar Bets: there is plenty of cash to go around at the online casinos powered by SoftSwiss, which is clear after the aggregator recorded a staggering $3 billion in bets across all casino brands in December 2020!
Real Dealer Studio Gameplay Vs Live Dealer Tables
Its game titles are in fact random number generator (RNG) operated table games that use live dealers and croupiers. However, the games do not use real-time live streaming to deliver the live gaming experience, and instead, the live-action pre-recorded using CGI video tech.
Read Live Dealer studio went to the effort of recording every hand a baccarat table can possibly deliver and every result a roulette wheel can produce. Take baccarat, for example. By using immersive camera recording techniques, you see a real-life dealer pull the cards from the shoe, and then reveal them on the baccarat table. This is performed via a series of close-up motion clips which creates a realistic look and feel to the game.
Essentially, the live dealers and croupiers perform the same actions as those streamed via a webcam, while an RNG drives game results. The RNG tells the CGI video player which live clips to play according to the baccarat hand or roulette number it produces. If it is number 24, the roulette wheel spins the ‘number 24’ clip.
For baccarat, the preparation for the motion video was much more complex because of the sheer number of hand combinations. If the ‘Banker’ and ‘Player’ hands are A-6 and 2-4 respectfully, the cards need to come out in exactly that order. The RNG even selects the suit of the cards the video player must deliver.
Of course, as there is no live dealer or real-time webcam streaming on the Real Dealer table games, there is no live chat. Therefore, the key differences that results are computer generates, and the social aspect of playing via a live dealer table streamed via webcam is not there.
A Big Deal For Real Dealer Studios!
Casino operators that use the SoftSwiss platform have access to up to 10,000 game titles, with 3000 of them cryptocurrency enabled, from over 70 software providers. The operators have full control over which games to deliver from the SoftSwiss platform, which software providers to use, and the currencies used for casino balances. Whether the Real Dealer Studio titles will also be available for crypto bets is not yet clear.