After negotiating a distribution deal with sports betting and igaming operator Superbet, online casino games developer Spribe has outlined its Romanian entry.
Superbet has now obtained exclusive rights to Spribe’s flagship Aviator turbo games for a limited time under the terms of the agreement.
Both parties claim that the game “is already breaking records with more than 350 players accessing the game at peak times” after just a few days on the market. Spribe’s turbo games blend video game and social media features with the option to bet and wager.
‘Tremendous appetite for innovative content’
Nicholas Yu, live casino and gaming content manager at Superbet said: “Aviator has blown us away with how is has performed, becoming one of our most popular titles in a very short space of time. It shows there is tremendous appetite for innovative content that offers different game formats.
“Congratulations to the Spribe team for developing such an incredible game, and we look forward to working more closely together over the coming months.”
Spribe recently received licences from the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority, as well as a Romanian level two licence.
The partnership with Superbet comes only weeks after Spribe signed a similar agreement with Sisal, enabling the Italian-facing online sportsbook and casino company to sell Aviator on a limited basis until it becomes available across the network later this year.
Exclusivity deals with the biggest operators
Spribe’s managing partner, David Natroshvili, explained: “As we continue to expand in regulated markets across Europe we are keen to enter exclusivity deals with the biggest operators and brands in each market, allowing them to offer their players never seen before content ahead of their rivals.
“These partnerships also prove the quality and calibre of our turbo games and we are thrilled to see Aviator land in the Superbet game lobby. It has already surpassed all performance expectations and the data suggests it will only become more popular as players become familiar with the game.”