FSB Reinforces iGaming Portal with Content from Spribe
The world’s leading provider of iGaming platforms and sports betting solutions has entered into a partnership with Spribe, an award-winning creator of next-generation casino games. Platform iGaming FS will become the Spribe content platform, providing partner operators with access to market-leading and player-favorite games.
FSB Takes to the Skies with the help of the Aviator Spribe
The Aviator game is unique in its simplicity of design and extraordinary rules. The game completely changed everything around it, including the way players interact with iGaming products. The essence of the game is that the airplane gains altitude along a curved trajectory and with this altitude both the coefficient and the player’s potential winnings increase. The player himself decides when to leave the game. If you manage to do this in time, you can win a good amount. The game is also available in 2 modes, real money and demo version.
The FSC is rapidly expanding its activities with leading brands around the world, making the partnership with the Spribe even more important for new companies seeking to establish a presence. FSB’s Head of Casino Integration, Brendan Courtney, said he is thrilled that the Spribe game catalogue is now part of FSB’s ever-growing and improving aggregation platform. FSB can boast of incredible successes. One of the recent ones is the first launch in North America. The market is the target audience for iGaming providers. Those suppliers who are planning their further development in this industry are very focused on these territories and expanding their positions in them. Spribe’s Aviator crash game extends the possibilities of everyday gaming, which is exactly what we want to offer to our global partners and their players- Courtney was confident in the success of the collaboration.
Building a Future-Oriented Portfolio
Spribe’s Commercial Director, George Tsutskiridze, was also on hand to present the Aviator product to the FSC’s extensive network of operators and stakeholders. The continued development and recognition of the Aviator game to the masses will continue with the support of the FSB, according to Chief Commercial Officer Giorgi Tsutskiridze. In addition to North America, another strategically important region for both platform providers, vendor partners and operators was South Africa. It is worth noting the fact that the platform recently received approval from Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) to launch products in this country, on which we congratulate it immensely.