Players in Sweden can continue to enjoy the world’s number one crash game, Aviator, after SPRIBE, the powerhouse developer behind the game, secured a supplier licence from market regulator, Spelinspektionen.
Securing its Swedish licence means that SPRIBE can continue to offer Aviator to operators and their players after the recent regulatory change on 1 July required providers to be licensed.
Aviator takes the increasing curve format and sees a plane take off and fly higher into the sky. As it does, a win multiplier continues to rise with it. The aim of the game is to cash out at the last minute, securing the biggest possible win. But wait too long and the plane flies away, taking the player’s accrued winnings and original stake with it.
Aviator has proved to be a big hit with Millennials and Generation Z audiences, who are drawn to the simple gameplay, big-win potential and social interaction. This is offered through the ability to chat with other players, while also watching their scores move up and down the leaderboard in real-time.
Not only that, but players can enjoy bonuses such as Free Spins which land in the chat section at random.
This is good news for operators – SPRIBE’s titles often generate a significant percentage of GGR each month with Aviator often the casino’s top-performing game.
David Natroshvili, CEO at SPRIBE, said: “Aviator is the number one crash game in the world, and we are committed to making it available to all players in all markets. Securing our licence in Sweden is a major milestone for us as a studio, showing that we can deliver next-generation experiences within the requirements set.
“Aviator really does offer an experience like no other, and that’s why it has more than 10 million monthly players. We look forward to seeing it continue to fly high in the game lobbies of our Swedish operator partners and for players to keep puttting their nerves to the test to see if they can come out on top.”