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Do stake develop their own games?


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I have seen similar games to other sites such as plinko, dice, mines, etc.

Just different names but same mechanics. Haha

I heard that a simple dice script nowadays cost around 15k USD sold by some sites.  

(making scripts for games take a lot of time and effort so the price is understandable)

I was just wondering if stake develops/codes their own game or do they save up to buy some script and then edit it to how they like it?

 

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No, I feel like they have some game developers that they pay to make seperate games, then test them out and see if they are good enough for going online for players to play, I feel like Stake adds the hotkeys themselves though, cause that isn't that much of a work and it doesn't eat much time out, so they don't lose anything, (talking about money), but for the most part, I think they design the game themselves, but the concept of the game, I don't feel like they do themselves, we don't know what Stake is capable of coding, so we are here just to guess or ask them if they would answer, I'd like them to do a QnA in the forums, or in twitter.

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I was always sure that Stake himself develops games and designs for them. I do not think that Stake pays someone to buy this or that game. The fact that there are the same games on other sites is most likely just copying well-known gaming sites such as Stake.

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I honestly am not sure if they develop their own games or not.  While there are similar games out there, Stake's games seem to still be quite unique when compared to other sites.  Maybe they buy a generic script and modify to their liking, or maybe they have a team that develops them from scratch?  I'd be interested to know if they are truly Stake's own brainchild or not...

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Well it would seem that those that have a similar kind of game recently clearly had either copied or bought a copyright blueprint of the game somewhat. I think it seems like to me that Stake's game are pretty much original in their design.

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We build all our own games, both backend and frontend. Something that you find common in this industry is that people will copy front end code and build their own backends. This isn't relatively that hard to do if you know what you are doing. 

It certainly is rather disappointing when you see other operators spinning up their clones of our games, something that we spent a lot of hard work and effort to design and build, but it's also rather humbling at the same time. The more sites that build and implement games that we create, the more of a testament it is to our influence on the industry.

Competition is whatever you make of it. We use it to help fuel our desire to constantly evolve and improve. Our goal is to stay ahead of the industry by reinventing the wheel as much as possible and building new and exciting products that push the envelope for both a players experience but also in regards to development technologies and methodologies. 

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19 minutes ago, Dan said:

We build all our own games, both backend and frontend. Something that you find common in this industry is that people will copy front end code and build their own backends. This isn't relatively that hard to do if you know what you are doing. 

It certainly is rather disappointing when you see other operators spinning up their clones of our games, something that we spent a lot of hard work and effort to design and build, but it's also rather humbling at the same time. The more sites that build and implement games that we create, the more of a testament it is to our influence on the industry.

Competition is whatever you make of it. We use it to help fuel our desire to constantly evolve and improve. Our goal is to stay ahead of the industry by reinventing the wheel as much as possible and building new and exciting products that push the envelope for both a players experience but also in regards to development technologies and methodologies. 

That is very interesting, I didn't know it was done like that throughout the industry.  Good to know that Stake's games are all their own, and very unique compared to a lot of other sites that are similar to one another.

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I’m sure about that stake is build all of the games on site themselves. I love the creative ways they built and that’s why they are unique and being at the top of other competitors. Example- they made Limbo( other sites called crash) . Digital Roulette playing like the real roulette. Video poker is the most favorite game mode which I like a lot 

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No doubt stake designs and codes all the games themselves because they need to know the ins and outs of their games for possible exploits and bugs. In terms of originality, theres really no point in inventing new games when games like blackjack, roulette and dice are old favourites. But they have done well in offering a modern take on the traditional favourites.

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I do think they develop their own games based on how each game is designed. If you go to a generic casino site you can see that they have the exact same games because they pay a license and just plop in a pre-made game. All of stakes games seem individually tailored to fit in with stake. Now they may have hired a third party dev team but as long as the games are different to other sites I see no difference in that aspect.

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I feel like it would be a security risk to have games coded by outside sources. Yea code can be audited but to an extent theres only so much a few people can catch. Something could easily be slipped into the back end of the code to give someone the hashes. My guess is they're coded by a few devs that stake pays full time, devs we dont even know about.

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if the word is true there are those who sell scripts for $ 15k, in my opinion the price is quite cheap with what will be obtained when we win bets on gambling sites, which makes me wonder why they want to sell the script at that price even though they can get millions of dollars or maybe more because they could win the game easily. if I have a script I won't tell anyone and I'll use it myself.

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have the mechanics can be right. but cosmetics can be a whole lot different.. and also the speed and payout can be differ from other sites..well the one that is coming out chartbet is surely the same design as i seen from the preview.. the same as i seen at this one site...but hopefully the game play is a lot different.. if not then i know what to expect.. nothing will be new or surprise me in any kind of way,, that would be a big disappointment to tell you the truth,,

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On 7/7/2019 at 8:20 PM, Etude said:

Well it would seem that those that have a similar kind of game recently clearly had either copied or bought a copyright blueprint of the game somewhat. I think it seems like to me that Stake's game are pretty much original in their design.

Yes I think most games are based on ideas from other games ... like not necessarily their original but they make it to their own liking. 

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