Spribe has secured the ability to continue offering “the number one crash game in the world” to Swedish operators after it obtained a supplier licence from the nation’s regulator, Spelinspektionen.
Following the regulator’s decision last year to ensure that all suppliers within the country are licensed, Spribe has been permitted to continue Swedish expansion and provide its flagship product, Aviator, to the nation’s players.
David Natroshvili, CEO at Spribe, commented: “Aviator is the number one crash game in the world, and we are committed to making it available to all players in all markets.
“Securing our licence in Sweden is a major milestone for us as a studio, showing that we can deliver next-generation experiences within the requirements set.”
“Aviator really does offer an experience like no other, and that’s why it has more than 10 million monthly players. We look forward to seeing it continue to fly high in the game lobbies of our Swedish operator partners and for players to keep putting their nerves to the test to see if they can come out on top.”
Aviator is a crash game that sees players decide when to cash out as a plane takes off and flies across the screen, with a win multiplier increasing alongside it.
The studio suggests that the game “has proved to be a big hit with Millennials and Generation Z” due to its “simple gameplay, big-win potential and social interaction”.
Spribe’s announcement comes shortly after the company increased the distribution of Aviator by forming an alliance with online casino operator SkillOnNet.