Players in Portugal should get ready to strap in for the flight of their lives! SPRIBE, the developer behind Aviator, the world’s No.1 crash game, has been cleared for take-off in accordance with the most recent Portuguese regulations.
Aviator is the original crash game and since it took to the skies in 2019 has become one of the most-played games of all time. Today, it has more than 10m active monthly players, with 160,000 bets being placed every minute of the day.
Social interaction is at the heart of the game, with players able to chat throughout their session. It is multiplayer, too, with players competing with others on the leaderboard.
SPRIBE is on a mission to launch Aviator in all regulated markets, and the approval in Portugal is a major step forward. BMM Test Labs conducted the certification shortly after Portugal added crash games in the regulations published earlier in the year.
Giorgi Tsutskiridze, CCO at SPRIBE, says: “Aviator offers an experience like no other, it is fun, fast-paced and highly social. This has made it a big hit with players, but especially those in the lucrative but difficult 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 10m players that go for the ride of their lives every month.”