If you frequent Full Tilt Poker. you've probably noticed — and may have even tested the games out — the addition of the casino. In January of this year, roulette and blackjack were launched on Full Tilt Poker by parent company, the Rational Group, and the next step appears to be expanding their casino gaming.
iGaming Business reported that Net Entertainment, who is a premium supplier of digitally distributed gaming systems, is going work with the Rational Group and will bring online casino games to Full Tilt — including both mobile and desktop casino games.
“Rational Group runs the largest online poker operation globally and we are very proud and excited about this partnership, which will allow us to be a first mover within their new casino channel venture. Together with Rational Group, our games portfolio will reach a completely new player base, and we are confident that our games will be well received,” said Björn Krantz, Chief of GMO and MD of Net Entertainment.
Rational Group's director of casino, Sam Hobcraft, said, "Net Entertainment has some of the best games in the industry and will deliver a lot of value to our business, not least on the mobile platform. We look forward to working with NetEnt to develop a truly innovative gaming experience for our customers.”
The Rational Group tops all other iGaming companies in number of online poker licenses held and its 1,500 employees are based in over 20 locations around the world.