Full Tilt Poker's Expanding New Model Includes Real Money CasinosPublished May 20, 2014 by OCR Editor
Rational Group is integrating and expanding Full Tilt Poker by offering real money casino games above and beyond Full Tilt's traditional card games.
Last year, Rational Group announced that Full Tilt was keeping up with the times by diversifying is offerings from online poker to include a variety of casino games.
Real Money Casino Games
But that was just the first step in the robust new Full Tilt model. Employing a system restricted to selected markets for now, Full Tilt recently introduced their first real money casino games, to be integrated within the regular poker client. The move was announced Monday in concert with the roll-out of a bold new software update featuring highly innovated images, sound effects and other details for the upcoming new casino games which Full Tilt will introduce on a gradual, progressive basis.
For now, Full Tilt's real money games include only blackjack and roulette, and are being offered in single and multiplayer formats to small market segments on a limited test basis.
New Bonuses Expected
Look for new and generous bonuses from Full Tilt as it promotes its expanding casino game offerings and builds trust with its user base in the new real money format.
Staying Ahead of the Competition
As one of the Top 5 poker rooms in the country, Full Tilt has to keep finding new ways to stay competitive. Real money rooms and expanded casino offerings represent steps in the strategic direction of the revamped Full Tilt environment that has brought Full Tilt back to life in its new sleek, adapted version.
Integrated Poker Accounts
In addition, Rational Group will be linking the accounts of PokerStars and Full Tilt users to streamline the transfer of funds so that players can keep their focus on the games themselvesâ€”and increase their winnings.