Revamp for Full Tilt

Revamp for Full Tilt

Saturday, 19 July 2014

In an effort to completely revamp its image, Full Tilt Poker will now simply be known as Full Tilt.

Since the start of 2014 Full Tilt, which was taken over by the Rational Group and subsequently Amaya Gaming, has added a number of casino games to its platform.

Designed to offer more gaming options and brand distinct from its online cousin, PokerStars, the new-look platform is now a much more diverse one than previously existed before the Black Friday shutdowns.
With this in mind the site's executives decided to shorten the name, telling eGR:

"This year our gaming portfolio on Full Tilt expanded to offer a range of single and multi-player variations of casino games. Therefore, we have now moved the domain from and to and"

On top of this, Full Tilt will now be looking to move into new markets in the coming months with .it (Italy), .se (Sweden) and .es (Spain) domains already in the pipeline.

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