Aviatrix, the crash game with NFT-based loyalty mechanics, has made its way into Asia and other emerging markets through a significant distribution agreement with QTech Games.
By leveraging the QTech platform, operator partners of QTech Games will seamlessly offer Aviatrix to their players. This deal marks a significant milestone for Aviatrix, which has been experiencing rapid growth. In the month of May alone, the game garnered nearly 250,000 monthly active players worldwide.
Vladislav Artemyev, CEO of Aviatrix, stated: “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.”
Artemyev emphasized that the game focuses on delivering an unparalleled entertainment experience in online casinos and pledged to continuously enhance Aviatrix by introducing new features and functionalities.
Daniel Long, CCO of 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 color of the aircraft body and its key components.”
This partnership announcement comes ahead of the SiGMA Asia event, scheduled to take place in Manila from July 19 to 22. Aviatrix plans to showcase its product there, while QTech Games will host the SiGMA Asia Invitational Golf Day at Manila's remarkable Club Intramuros Golf Course, on July 19.
Aviatrix has gained recognition in recent months for its NFT-based engagement mechanics. Players have the opportunity to create and customize their own NFT aircraft, which they can then utilize during gameplay. To date, over 300,000 NFT aircraft have been created by Aviatrix players, showcasing the game's popularity and appeal.
In March, Aviatrix launched the ‘Spring Skirmish' tournament with a prize pool of € 500,000, open to players across its network of operator and aggregator partners. The tournament, which ran from March 1 to May 31, was Aviatrix's largest to date and aimed to reward both players and partners.
Furthermore, Aviatrix was named ‘NFT Project of the Year' at the Sigma Americas Gaming Awards. The award recognized Aviatrix's innovative use of NFTs in its online casino game, which has gained a significant following in Latin America.