SPRIBE has extended the reach of its staple crash game product after confirming that Aviator has been certified for the Portuguese market.
Looking to build on its ‘mission to launch Aviator in all regulated markets’, the game has been approved by BMM Test Labs to allow the supplier to offer ‘the original crash game’ to Portuguese operators.
Giorgi Tsutskiridze, CCO at SPRIBE, said: “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 Generation Z demographics.
“Operators in Portugal can now provide these experiences to these players by adding Aviator to their game lobbies for the first time, allowing them to join the 10 million players that go for the ride of their lives every month.”
The move follows Portugal’s decision to include crash games in its regulatory framework earlier in the year, allowing the nation’s players to set their stake and watch a multiplier increase before they cash out, or crash out.
While boasting an impressive 10 million monthly users, SPRIBE’s flagship product also garners around 160,000 individual bets every minute.
Spribe recently enhanced the provision of its crash game content after partnering with global FSB.