The certification allows SPRIBE to launch its Mines, Hi-Lo and Goal titles in Romania and Italy. The approval to go live in Romania is also recognised by the Malta Gaming Authority, which means SPRIBE can roll-out these titles in all Malta jurisdictions as well.
SPRIBE is the developer behind the world’s number one crash game, Aviator, but it also has a portfolio of Turbo Games packed full of engaging and entertaining titles that have proved to be a big hit with players.
All SPRIBE games are super light so play incredibly well on mobile and also offer a chat function where players can interact. This combination has seen them hit the market with the lucrative but hard-to-reach Millennial and Generation Z demographics.
Giorgi Tsutskiridze, CCO at SPRIBE, says: “SPRIBE is known for Aviator, but we also have a portfolio of Turbo Games that are just as fun to play. Having secured approval from Gaming Associates, we can now launch these titles with our operator partners in Romania and Italy, as well as all Malta markets.
“This will allow our partners to stand out from their rivals through next-generation content that appeals to an important but hard to engage audience. Ultimately, our games offer superior levels of entertainment, and we can’t wait to see players in Romania and Italy experience, Mines, Hi-Lo and Goal for the first time.”