Full Tilt add Amaya Gaming content to its casino platform, further enhancing the options in that genre, and perhaps taking the site even further away from online poker.
The Canadian gaming company Amaya Gaming have issued a press release confirming an agreement with the Rational Group to launch a selection of online casino games on the new fulltilt.com site.
Not that you had to be Albert Einstein to figure that one out, after Amaya Gaming recently acquired the Rational Group for $4.9bn. Amaya; however, were very clear that the new arrangement was separate to that groundbreaking deal.
The news comes just a few days after we made you aware of Full Tilt’s decision to drop the word’ poker’ from their URL’s, in what is assumed to be a more heavily stated move towards a full online casino focus, leaving PokerStars to clean up the poker clientele.
Amaya Gaming, who were the headline sponsors at the recent Global iGaming Summit & Expo (GiGse) in San Francisco, have integrated its Casino Gaming System platform both online and mobile, joining the likes of Leander Games, and Net Entertainment to create a strong library of options for the online casino fan.
Full Tilt already have eyes on the Spanish and Italian markets, and a deal has already been struck to launch Blackjack and Roulette into the Spanish market via its subsidiary Reel Spain.