Online casino game developer Spribe has now gone live in the Ontario market with Aviator, the ‘world’s number one crash game’.
The interactive and multiplayer game was first introduced to the world in 2018 and has since gained more than five million monthly active players, recently entering countries such as the Netherlands and Italy via agreements with Casino777.nl and SKS365 respectively.
Now, Aviator has flown the airways to Ontario after Spribe was granted a licence from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
David Natroshvili, Managing Partner at Spribe, commented: “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 GGR and those in Ontario can now unlock the huge opportunities it provides.
“Securing a licence 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.”
The game itself sees players place bets before the game round begins with a plane taking off and climbing higher into the sky. As it does, a win multiplier also increases, and the longer players can hold, the bigger the win potential.
But if the plane flies away before they cash out, they lose their accrued winnings and their stake.
Alongside the ‘simple, fast-paced gameplay’, players can see their scores on a real-time leaderboard with bonuses ready to be unblocked and claimed, including a Rain Promo feature that sees free games ‘rain down’ in the chat.
Aviator can be played on any device from anywhere, making it particularly ideal for mobile play.
This, according to Spribe, has made it a powerful acquisition tool for operators looking to engage the ‘lucrative millennial and post millennial demographics’ while also giving existing players an ‘entirely new’ online casino experience.