Spribe increases games distribution network with Alea

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Igaming developer Spribe has increased the distribution network of its Turbo Games suite through a partnership with casino aggregator Alea.

Through the deal, Spribe’s Turbo titles will be added to Alea, including games such as Mines, Dice, Plinko, Keno, Goal, HiLo, Mini Roulette, Hotline and the crash game Aviator.

Alea’s next-generation casino game aggregator features more than 10,000 titles covering classic casino games, slots, live dealer content plus exclusive games with special features.

“Alea is a company very similar to ours as we share a passion for providing new and exciting entertainment experiences to players,” commented David Natroshvili, Managing Partner at Spribe.

“It’s great to see Aviator and other games from our award-winning portfolio be made available to operators powered by Alea, and for them to be able to engage new audiences with our games while also providing existing players with fresh casino content.

“Of course, Aviator is our flagship title and we look forward to seeing it fly high with Alea, its operators and their players. It really does offer a unique gaming and gambling experience, so strap in and hold on tight.”

Launched in 2018, Spribe’s Aviator title offers “simplistic UI, multiplayer and social aspects” that allow players to play in real-time with their friends. Featuring a leaderboard to compare scores, the game has more than five million monthly active users.

“We are committed to providing our customers with high-performance gaming solutions and when it comes to content Aviator is one of the best in the business,” added Jordi Sendra, COO at Alea.

“The number of players it attracts is off the charts and it really does provide a thoroughly entertaining, interactive experience. Spribe’s other titles are just as engaging, and this is what makes this such a significant provider integration for us.”

Earlier this year, Natroshvili spoke to CasinoBeats and explained why Latin America was such an attractive market for the developer.