Full Tilt Poker has revealed an announcement that is sure to make the rebranding of Full Tilt Poker that much easier. Amaya Gaming, the new owners of Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars revealed that they’ve entered a deal with Quickspin Games. This deal will have each one of the video slots designed from Quickspin Games loaded onto Full Tilt’s repertoire of casino games. Quickspin Games is the subsidiary developer of Microgaming, one of the most famed developers in the online gambling market.
Quickspin Games isn’t the first video slot developer to be loaded onto Full Tilt Poker. Net Entertainment and Leander Games have also been loaded to Full Tilt Poker, allowing for punters to choose from an array of different casino games. Amaya Gaming purchased PokerStars & Full Tilt Poker for a total of $4.9 Billion, this transition of video slot developers has never been seen on FTP. The reason for this transition is because Amaya Gaming wants to turn FTP to an online casino instead of an online poker room. Operating as an online casino would allow for them to receive more punters and thus by make more money throughout the years, giving them a better chance to earn money on their investment.
We will continue to update you on any more dealings that Amaya Gaming makes in this transition of an poker room to an online casino. Amaya Gaming is considered to be the number one software developer located in Canada, they know what it takes to make an incredible gambling experience and you can be ensured that they’ll make an incredible experience for Full Tilt Gaming.