Continuing its “mission to launch Aviator in all regulated markets”, SPRIBE has confirmed that its flagship crash game has been approved for Portugal.
Keeping in line with Portugal’s recent regulatory updates – in which crash games were approved earlier this year – SPRIBE’s Aviator title has been certified for the Portuguese market by BMM Test Labs and can now be offered to operators in the nation.
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.”
Players in Portugal will soon be able to test out the igaming industry’s “original crash game”, which allows for stakes and cash out to be set at a sizable multiplier before an aeroplane crashes out of the game.
While boasting this impressive number of monthly players, SPRIBE’s staple crash game also sees around 160,000 individual bets being placed “every minute of the day”.
Players can chat with one another using the game’s social chat room function, and can compete with each other via a live leaderboard.
Aviator’s Portuguese certification comes not long after SPRIBE targeted the Scandinavian market after receiving certification to offer the game in Sweden.