Aviatrix expands with NGX in Brazil

November 22, 2023

The crash game has been deemed an ‘important driver of growth' in the market

Aviatrix, a crash game in which players compete using their own NFT aircraft, has expanded within Brazil due to a partnership with the NGX platform. The game lets players customize their aircraft by color and type as well as provides its own loyalty rewards program.

A representative from NGX said the company is “thrilled” to integrate Aviatrix into its platform and that the crash game is an “important driver of growth” for iGaming operators in the Brazilian market.

Aviatrix also partnered with Weebet in October to make the game available to approximately 300 operators in Brazil. New features to the game include a free bet bonus and future redesigns.

Head of Business Development LATAM at Aviatrix said, “Brazil has quickly emerged as a key market for us, with players in the country enjoying the game in record numbers.

"As the Brazilian market begins to mature, operators need innovative content that keeps customers both engaged and entertained. With Aviatrix, we are focused on becoming the casino game of choice for Brazilian players.”

In Brazil, sports betting operators are also working to capitalize on the market, and necessary requirements for such operators were published in October after a sports betting bill passed in September this year.

OpenBet also entered the Brazilian sports betting market via a partnership with Play7.Bet in September.


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