Aviator is a new betting game that has quickly become popular in Kenya and Africa as a whole. One reason is, that it is available on 1Xbet, one of the largest betting sites on the continent. The other more obvious reason is its addictiveness.
Aviator is a crash-betting game. This means that players bet on when a virtual plane will fly away. The longer the plane stays in the air, the higher the multiplier goes, and the more players can win. Here’s how it looks.
Aviator Betting: How it Works
To play Aviator, players first need to place a bet. Users can place one or two bets per round. Once the bets are placed, the plane takes off. As the plane flies, the multiplier increases. Players can cash out at any time by clicking the “Cashout” button. If they cash out before the plane flies away, they win their bet multiplied by the multiplier at the time they cashed out. If the plane flies away before they cash out, they lose their bet.
What’s the Catch
Aviator is a very popular game because it is easy to play and has the potential for big wins. However, it is important to be aware that gambling can be addictive and that there is always the risk of losing money.
How Aviator affects users
Aviator, like all betting games is addictive and players are losing a lot of money. There are countless videos online of users, young and old playing it all day in search of the next big win. The screenshot above shows how many people are winning (green) and losing (red). The risk supersedes the win.
It is important to set limits on how much money you are willing to spend and to stick to those limits. It is also important to be aware of the signs of gambling addiction and to seek help if you think you may have a problem. Additionally,
- The game is designed to be unpredictable, so there is no guaranteed way to win.
- The longer you wait to cash out, the higher the multiplier can go, but the greater the risk of losing your bet. There is a demo on their website and most times than not you lose a lot of money or make way too little for it to take up your time.
If you do decide to play, be sure to gamble responsibly.
- Do not gamble with money that you cannot afford to lose.
- Do not gamble when you are intoxicated or under the influence of drugs or if you are under the age of 18.
- If you think you may have a gambling problem, seek help from a professional.
Remember, gambling is a form of entertainment, and you should treat it that way. If you are not having fun, or if you are starting to lose control of your gambling, it is best to stop.