Spribe approved for licensing in Panama, launches Aviator title

January 22, 2024
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Players in the region will have access to the crash game for the first time.

Crash game developer and iGaming provider Spribe has received licensing approval to launch its Aviator title in Panama. The company first released the game in 2018 shortly after its founding.

Since its debut, Aviator has gained a substantial following, with more than 10 million users to date.

Spribe plans to “make Aviator available to operators and players in regulated markets across the world.” Following the Panama launch, the company anticipates expanding its reach within the North American market and recently signed an agreement with the UFC as its sponsor.

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.

Company CCO Giorgi Tsutskiridze commented, “There is no other game like Aviator and we are thrilled to bring the world’s number one crash game to operators and players in Panama for the very first time.

“Aviator has changed the game for online casinos, accounting for the vast majority of the GGR generated by the brands that make it available to their players. Its simplicity is its beauty – it’s an easy game to play but one that grips players like no other casino game in the market.”

He went on to add that the company is eager for Panama players to have access to the game.

He said, “We are really excited to see it land in operator game lobbies in Panama and for players in the country to test their nerve against the increasing multiplier like 10 million other players do each month.”

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