Aviatrix partners with Salsa Technology in LatAm expansion effort

January 24, 2024
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The crash game incorporates NFTs and ‘intuitive gameplay' to generate user engagement.

Online casino crash game Aviatrix has partnered with Salsa Technology to expand its presence in Latin America. The game, which integrates blockchain elements including NFTs, has already found success in LatAm, with the partnership intending to expand this success further.  

The game has been designed to encourage player engagement and retention, being licensed in regions including the UK and Romania with more expected to follow. 

Salsa Technology offers iGaming solutions in various locations and languages, offering support in Portuguese, Spanish and English. 

There has been growing interest in the LatAm market following the continued development of regulated online sports betting in Brazil. The bill was initially passed in the lower house in September before being passed by the Senate in December. While it has yet to be finalized, the bill, which will affect both sportsbooks and online casinos, was described as ‘historic’ by the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA).  

“IBIA welcomes the adoption of specific betting integrity provisions in the law, which the association has been campaigning for since discussions on regulating sports betting began in 2018,” it added.  

On the partnership, Aviatrix Head of Business Development LatAm Gabriela Novello said, “Salsa Technology is one of the most respected names in online gaming and we are very excited about our partnership to expand the presence of Aviatrix to operators in Latin America.” 

Salsa Technology Head of Marketing & Sales Eliane Nunes added, “This partnership with Aviatrix meets the demands of our customers, who share our enthusiasm for the game. It’s great that we have integrated this product into our Salsa Gator offering.” 


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