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Aviator to touch down in Panama

Aviator to touch down in Panama


Players in Panama need to get ready to strap themselves in for the ride of their lives after Spribe, developer of the world’s No.1 crash game, Aviator, received the necessary approvals to touch down in this market for the very first time.

Panama has a thriving online casino market, with players looking to enjoy next-generation iGaming experiences such as offered by Aviator.

Aviator is the trendsetting crash game that many have tried and failed to copy. It is the original crash game and is unrivalled in popularity with 10m monthly players. A big chunk of these players come from the Gen Y and Gen Z demographics due to the unique and immersive experience that the game provides.

Aviator’s simplistic UI and strong emphasis on social interaction has contributed significantly to its success. Not only can players interact in the chat function, but they can also compete against others and watch as their scores rise up the real-time leaderboard. There’s also the chance to claim free games that randomly land in the chat.

Spribe understands the importance of providing an experience that caters to the preferences of the hard-to-reach but lucrative Millennial and Gen Z demographics and the UX and interactive gameplay ensure Aviator does just that.

Now that the game has been certified by BMM Test Labs as compliant with Panama Gaming Control Board resolutions, Spribe is looking to launch Aviator with operators in the market and keen to hook up with aggregators that target the jurisdiction.

David Natroshvili, Managing Partner at Spribe, says: “Aviator has become a global phenomenon and we are hard at work securing certifications in markets such as Panama so that more players can experience the edge-of-the-seat action it provides for the first time.

“I would like to thank BMM Test Labs for certifying Aviator for launch in Panama. This is an exciting market and one where we believe the game will send player pulses soaring as they hold their breath and decide when the best time is to cash out.”