SoftWeave

Israeli software provider SoftWeave has obtained a patent for its Live Slots range, featuring Double Times Pays and Wild Leprechauns.

SoftWeave was funded by angel investors to focus on software integration solutions and ended up specialising in a concept that the developer refers to as “Live Slots”. Although not being widely available yet, SoftWeave is positioning the company to strengthen its levels of professional exposure.

Client Services

More than seven years of effort went into SoftWeave’s development of software for mobile and online social platforms. Along the way, mainstream technologies have been used to facilitate development and delivery, with HTML5 playing an integral role.

SoftWeave also has experience in consultancy, having worked with clients that specialise in eCommerce, private equity, lotteries, and iGaming. Among the consultancy services offered are due diligence reports, product evaluation, and delivery process alignment.

Online content integration has been another key building block. Over just five years, SoftWeave managed to integrate more than 3,000 games. The process entailed the transfer of games from third-party developers to large software networks.

Live Slots

SoftWeave claims to have patented its Live Slots product that aims to blend land and digital experiences when playing slots. Quite simply, this will entail people being able to control physical slots machines from remote locations without even having to be there. Basically, this is the live casino equivalent of video slots. 

A Live Slots box can be positioned atop a slot machine and a microphone placed to the side. SoftWeave will then include a WINAFAR box within the slot cabinet to support operations. The current titles in the Live Slots range include Hotter Than Blazes, Wild Leprechauns, Buffalo, Spitfire, and Double Times Pays.

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