Spribe gains lift-off from Ontario regulator to launch Aviator crash game

April 12, 2023
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The supplier said it is eager to partner with operators throughout the province.

Crash game developer Spribe has received licensing approval to launch its Aviator title in the Canadian province of Ontario. The company first released the game in 2018 shortly after its founding.

Since its debut, Aviator has gained a substantial following, with more than five million users to date.

Spribe focuses on developing next-generation games for online casinos. The group’s suite of titles is available through more than 350 operators around the globe.

Spribe commented on the game’s performance in an official statement: “Aviator has dominated operator lobbies since it first took to the skies in 2018, with players drawn to its simple, fast-paced gameplay.

“It takes the increasing curve format with players having to hold their nerve to be in with the chance of hitting the biggest win."

Spribe Managing Partner David Natroshvili discussed the significance of gaining a license in Ontario and the potential opportunities within the provincial market.

He said: “Aviator is the OG crash game and that’s why it has amassed more than five million monthly active players. For the operators that stock it in their lobbies, it is often a significant driver of gross gaming revenue and those in Ontario can now unlock the huge opportunities it provides.

“Securing a license in Ontario is a big moment for us as we believe it will be a big market for Aviator and the other games in our portfolio. We now look forward to teaming up with operators in the market and watching as Aviator continues to fly higher than any other game out there.”

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