Full Tilt Poker which is soon to become Full Tilt Gaming has begun it’s re-branding stage. This poker room is being changed over to an online casino as the previous owners of this beloved poker room no longer operate it. The Rational Group previously owned Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars before it was sold to Amaya Gaming for $5.1 Billion. When the buyout of these two poker rooms was announced, Amaya Gaming revealed that they would be re-branding Full Tilt Poker to Full Tilt Gaming. The re-branding would involve adding a series of new slots to it’s repertoire of casino games.
It seems that the re-branding stage of Full Tilt has begun as Amaya Gaming announced that they’ve made a content deal with Quickspin, the sub branch of Microgaming. This deal will allow for some of the best slot machines known to the market to be loaded onto Full Tilt. This also could potentially mean a content deal with Microgaming in the upcoming future, if that is the case it’ll allow for Full Tilt to grow back to the massive property it once was which is Amaya Gaming’s goal.
Quickspin Gaming will be following the transition alongside two other developers who have also been revealed to be coming to Full Tilt. Net Entertainment, Leander Games & Quickspin Gaming are all considered to be top quality developers in the online gambling market. Having them all together as one on Full Tilt Gaming will allow for the poker room soon to be casino to become one of the most popular properties in the industry.