Amaya Gaming, the current owners of the poker brands known as “Full Tilt” and “PokerStars” announced today that they have extended their partnership with the charity known as “Rights to Play.” This charity is vastly unique in the sense that it uses sports & gambling games in order to generate revenue that in return does honorable things for children throughout the world.
One of the best aspects about the “Rights to Play” charity is that their sponsors are some of the largest in the industry which in return allows for all the revenues generated to be sent to the proper places and not into the pockets of whomever own these charities. The money brought in through this charity is sent to thousands of different sports programs through Europe, Asia & North America. The funds go to get new equipment, train coaches and pay for the children to play instead of parents.
PokerStars & Full Tilt also revealed for every 1,200 frequent player point donated by punters, PokerStars & Full Tilt will both make a $20 donation to the charity as well. This could generate thousands to millions of dollars. The company has also announced that they’ll support a variety of other charities in areas that they hold tournaments, that’ll include the upcoming PokerStars European Poker Tour. It seems that Amaya Gaming is doing everything in their power to once again make PokerStars and Full Tilt an honourable online casino to play at. Something that those whom play at the casino know to be true and valid.