Aviatrix, the award-winning crash game featuring NFT-based loyalty mechanics, is now available via QTech Games in a major distribution deal that will extend its reach in Asia and other emerging markets.
QTech Games’ operator partners will be able to seamlessly offer Aviatrix to players via the QTech platform. For Aviatrix, the agreement marks another major milestone in its rapid growth. In May, almost 250,000 monthly active players enjoyed the game worldwide.
Vladislav Artemyev, CEO at Aviatrix, said: “Aviatrix is among the fastest growing casino games in the world right now, and this partnership with QTech Games will bring the title to brand new audiences, particularly in Asia. QTech’s operator partners will now be able to offer their players in emerging markets a truly unique game focused on delivering the best entertainment experience possible in an online casino. We’ll be working tirelessly to continue to add new features and functionality to Aviatrix over the coming weeks and months. Watch this space.”
Daniel Long, CCO at QTech Games, said: “This timely game is a triumph for the creativity of the Aviatrix development team, capturing the zeitgeist with popular crash mechanics, coupled with in-demand NFT features. Needless to say, it makes for another welcome addition to QTech Games’ expanding crash portfolio, with customizable game-assets, such as selecting the colour of the aircraft body and its key components.
“We remain dedicated to rolling out high-quality content that drives revenue for our partners, and Aviatrix are one of the pioneers in introducing this fresh format to online and crypto casinos.”
The news of this deal comes ahead of SiGMA Asia, which takes place in Manila between 19-22 July. Aviatrix will be showcasing its product on the conference floor at Stand B09, while QTech Games is hosting the SiGMA Asia Invitational Golf Day, held at Manila’s spectacular Club Intramuros Golf Course from 8am on 19 July.
Aviatrix has gained recognition in recent months for its NFT-based engagement mechanics. Players of the game can create and customise their own NFT aircraft, which they then use during gameplay. More than 300,000 such NFT aircraft have been created so far.