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Aviatrix launches 500,000 euro network tournament

9 March 2023

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Aviatrix, the award-winning crash game featuring NFT-based loyalty mechanics, launched a 500,000 euro tournament open to players across its network of operator and aggregator partners.

The ‘Spring Skirmish’ will distribute half a million euros to Aviatrix players in the game’s largest tournament to date, which runs until 31 May.

“The Spring Skirmish is the biggest Aviatrix tournament ever, offering up a prize fund of 500,000 euros to our fast-growing user base over the coming weeks,” said Vladislav Artemyev, CEO at Aviatrix. “Over recent months, we’ve worked hard to integrate the game with operators around the world, and we wanted to reward both our partners and our players with something truly special. With new features in the pipeline, there has never been a more exciting time to try this one-of-a-kind casino game.”

Aviatrix is a crash game that challenges players to pick the optimal moment to cash out of a bet before their stake crashes to the ground. The genre has been popular among crypto communities for several years, but Aviatrix brings AAA production and NFT-based loyalty mechanics for the first time, providing an entirely new type of product for online casino operators.

The game has rapidly grown in popularity over recent months, with Aviatrix players creating more than 100,000 NFT aircraft. These aircraft can be customized by the players over time, and will eventually be tradeable on an exchange.

Demand for the game is now so high that the proprietary blockchain upon which it is built - Scorum (SCR) - is registering around 700,000 daily transactions, making it the seventh most active public blockchain in the world.

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