Net Entertainment Strikes a Partnership with Full Tilt

Net Entertainment Full Tilt partnership

Following the great demand for new casino games, Full Tilt has decided to release new content in partnership with Net Entertainment.

According to EU gambling news, Full Tilt and NetEnt have reached an agreement from which they hope to create new online casino games for the company devoted to poker. Net Entertainment is among the most popular suppliers of digitally distributed casino systems and games in the world, and they have been working together with the most successful operators in the industry.

From this point they will be hoping to maximize their relationship with Full Tilt, one of the biggest and most popular poker destinations online. Full Tilt is a subsidiary of Amaya Gaming, a Canadian firm that acquired the online poker site together with PokerStars last year for a reported $4.9 billion. Full Tilt has created a new section and made it available for their customers, where they can discover the universe of NetEnt games.

Full Tilt expects the innovation to cause an increase in their customer base

Rational Group customers have not been able to enjoy online casino games before. However now that the deal with the gaming supplier is completed, Full Tilt can expect to reach a huge amount of new customers due to the innovations. Online gambling sites in the EU quote the words of Enrico Bradamante, managing director of NetEnt Malta and chief of European market operators.

“We are proud to be partners with Rational Group, the largest online poker operator in the world, and we are pleased to be the first supplier to launch within their new casino channel. With Rational Group, our games reach an entirely new player base, which are now being offered the ultimate player experience.”

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