Aviatrix has set sights on the Latin American market after offering its flagship crash game to Brazilian platform provider NGX.
Hoping to ‘pick up pace’ and signal ‘rapid growth’ in Brazil’s growing online casino space, Aviatrix has formed another partnership to focus on the nation, having recently signed a similar deal with Weebet.
Under this deal, NGX will be able to offer its operator partners and their players the ‘next-generation’ crash game that is suggested to have ‘already attracted fans from across Brazil’.
Gabriela Novello, Head of Business Development LATAM at Aviatrix, commented: “Brazil has quickly emerged as a key market for us, with players in the country enjoying the game in record numbers.
“As the Brazilian market begins to mature, operators need innovative content that keeps customers both engaged and entertained. With Aviatrix, we are focused on becoming the casino game of choice for Brazilian players.”
In response to the integration, a representative from NGX reportedly suggested that it was ‘thrilled to integrate Aviatrix to its platform,’ seeing the crash game as ‘an important driver of growth for operators in Brazil.’
Through partnerships with the likes of NGX and Weebet, Aviatrix’s staple crash game is now available to over 300 operators across the globe.