Full Tilt Poker stands as a leader amongst various other poker rooms. Throughout their years of operations Full Tilt Poker has seen a mass amount of players deposit into their player account, the poker room has seen itself rise to popularity in a short period of time and Full Tilt Poker has seen their demise as well. Several years ago Full Tilt Poker saw a decrease in player activity due to their previous owners “The Rational Group” not paying players their winnings. Luckily for Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars there is still a chance for them to reclaim their fame. Both of these poker firms owe a great deal of thanks to Amaya Gaming, a Canadian based gambling firm that recently purchased both FTP and PokerStars.
This is considered to be the largest payout for any gambling firm in Online Gambling history. Amaya Gaming understands that Full Tilt Poker has a bad reputation due to the previous owners. This is why Amaya Gaming revealed this month that their rebranding Full Tilt Poker will be the first step in doing so is by changing the poker rooms name to “Full Tilt Gaming”. Amaya Gaming has yet to reveal as to when this rebranding will begin.
David Baazov, the current CEO of Amaya Gaming took time out of his day to say the following, “Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars are still well known names in the industry.
Thanks to the rational group their reputation has worsened and thus by we must repair that reputation. Our first step in doing so is rebranding both of these poker rooms. We will change the name of Full Tilt Poker over to Full Tilt Gaming, small design changes will also be made. We are not yet ready to reveal as to when the rebranding will begin.”