As part of its “mission to launch Aviator in all regulated markets”, Spribe announced that its flagship crash game has received approval to access the Portuguese market.
In Portugal, crash games have been approved earlier this year following a set of regulatory changes. Spribe Aviator has been successfully certified by the BMM Test Lab and is now available to operators in this country.
Giorgi Tsutskiridze, CCO at Spribe, commented: “We are on a mission to launch Aviator in all regulated markets across the world so being given the green light to enter Portugal is a major moment for us.
“Aviator offers an experience like no other – it’s fun, fast-paced and highly social. This has made it a big hit with players, but especially those in the lucrative but hard to engage millennial and younger demographics.
“Operators in Portugal can now provide these experiences to players by adding Aviator to their game lobbies for the first time.”
In the near future, players in Portugal will be able to immerse themselves in the world of the gaming industry’s “original crash game”, where they can bet and pay out with high multipliers until the plane crashes out of the game.
Despite the impressive number of monthly players, Spribe’s main crash game also attracts approximately 160,000 individual bets “every minute of the day.”
Players can communicate with each other using the game’s social chat feature and compete through a live leaderboard.
Aviator’s certification in Portugal comes shortly after Spribe expanded its reach into the Scandinavian market by receiving certification to offer the game in Sweden.
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