Fulltilt completes migration to PokerStars software
May 24th, 2016
It’s been a busy year for the Amaya Corporation. After acquiring both Poker Stars and Full Tilt, the brand came under heavy fire and faced legal action on charges of insider trader. Now, there has been further shifts in the Poker Stars/ Full Tilt saga. As of the 17th May, Full Tilt has completed its migration to its sister brand Poker Stars platform.
The move was first announced back in February. The migration aims to give Full Tilt players access to a larger selection of games and tournaments, a privilege afforded to Poker Stars players. Now Full Tilt players will be able to access these amenities whilst still playing through the Full Tilt brand.
Players can look forward to a host of promotions to mark the occasion. The Daily Deal Top Up will boost the Deal Jackpot by $2000 each day for the next 28 days. On the 14th June, The Deal Jackpot Guarantee will give players the chance to play for a jackpot of $100,000. Players who have not previously deposited at PokerStars will be eligible for a no deposit bonus of $20 or a deposit bonus of 100% up to the value of $600.
The upgrade should create an enriched gaming experience for Full Tilt players.