Ever since PokerStars paid $731 million to bring Full Tilt Poker (FTP) to life, it has failed to turn into the beautiful butterfly it once was.
Time moves on.
The businesses that can adapt to change grow stronger.
The Full Tilt brand is in the midst of metamorphosis. The word ‘poker’ has been shed from the tail end, and slowly but surely, you can see the wings start to unfurl from their sodden slump.
Quickspin Join the Party
The Swedish outfit Quickspin has become the latest games developer to add their arsenal of amazing action to the Full Tilt Casino library, after the pair inked a recent multi-year deal.
The Stockholm based team join Net Entertainment, Leander Games and Amaya Gaming as the fourth game development team to provide top class entertainment to the Full Tilt Casino product.
It is very exciting to take part in their casino journey at such an early stage, which I think proves the trust and confidence they have in our content,” said Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg.
What a Year For the Swedish Outfit
It continues to be a very important year for Quickspin. They broke into the UK marketplace with quick handshakes, confirming partnerships with the likes of Gala Coral, William Hill & Ladbrokes; and they walked away with awards for ‘Mobile Gaming Software of the Year’ and ’Social Gaming Supplier of the Year’ at the EGR B2B awards held in the Tower of London.
Their games have a proven track record of success and we are excited to offer them to our customer base,” stated Rational Group Director of Casino Sam Hobcraft.
The Rational Group – parent company of the Full Tilt branding – are set to roll out their casino product in both Italy and Spain, after its Reel Spain subsidiary was awarded licenses to operate real money roulette and blackjack table games in the dot.es market.
The Garden City Group Call Time on Full Tilt Poker Petitions for Remission
It’s been a long draw out process, but the legal administration team, Garden City Group (GCG), have issued the final date for any stragglers yet to submit their Full Tilt Poker petition for remission.
The deadline for all petitioners is September 3, 2014, and that includes former red pros and friends of Full Tilt, who you remember were given the green light to start filing petitions at the beginning of the month.
If you do not get your act together by Sept. 3, then your petition will not be accepted and you only have yourself to blame.
The GCG managed process has already paid out over $90m to former US-based Full Tilt Poker players.