Full Tilt to Offer New Gaming Content from Amaya
Jul 26, 2014
The website is drifting further away from online poker, in an attempt to expand and diversify its customer base.
Full Tilt is getting closer and closer to becoming more than your regular online poker site. The company has taken an important step towards diversifying its gaming offer by adding content from online and mobile casino software provider Amaya.
The Rational Group, which owns Full Tilt, has recently issued a press release confirming the new partnership. But the news doesn’t come as a big surprise anyway, considering that Amaya recently bought the Rational Group for $4.9 billion. However, the company made it clear that the arrangement was separate from that deal.
Not just for poker fans anymore
Full Tilt seems to be making efforts to move towards a full online casino, instead of a simple poker site. Players can expect to find a wide range of games here in the future, including mobile slots, blackjack and other casino games.
The company has recently dropped the word “poker” from its URLs and the Rational Group owns the more successful PokerStars brand anyway, so all clientele could be easily directed toward the popular website.
Meanwhile, Amaya has integrated its Casino Gaming System platform both online and on mobile platforms and the company can now compete with the likes of Leander Games and Net Entertainment