Aviator, the world’s number one crash game with more than five million monthly active players, has touched down in Ontario after Spribe, the developer behind the title, received the necessary approvals to launch from the provincial regulator.
Aviator has dominated operator lobbies since it first took to the skies in 2018, with players drawn to its simple, fast-paced gameplay. It takes the increasing curve format with players having to hold their nerve to be in with the chance of hitting the biggest win.
Before the game round starts, players place their bets. The plane then takes off and climbs higher into the sky and as it does, a win Multiplier also increases. The longer players hold on, the bigger the win potential. But if the plane flies away before they cash out, they lose their accrued winnings and their stake.
The game has been designed to be interactive and multiplayer, with players able to see their scores on a real-time leaderboard. There are also bonuses to unlock and claim. This includes the Rain Promo feature that sees Free Games rain down in the chat.
The lightweight nature of the game means that it can be played on any device from anywhere. This makes it particularly ideal for mobile play.
This, combined with the thrilling gameplay, 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.
Aviator has taken the industry by storm in each of the markets it has been launched in, and the team at Spribe believes it will be the same in Ontario. Operators in the province can not only use Aviator to stand out from their rivals, but to also take the player experience to the next level with a title that has become one of the most played in the world.
David Natroshvili, Managing Partner at Spribe, said: “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.”