Published on 28 February 2015 by
In April 2014 Net Entertainment closed a license agreement with the world’s biggest online poker playing platform Full Tilt Poker. Last week the poker gaming provider announced it has launched the first Netent video slots in its online casino section.
Full Tilt Poker better late than never Netent
When last year Full Tilt Poker and Net Entertainment agreed the latter would be providing its online casino gaming products to the former, we published an article in which the word ‘soon’ and the expression ‘in the near future’ were prominently present. As it turned out those words were merely the fruits of our wishful thinking as it took Full Tilt almost a year to actually add the first selection of Netent powered video slots to its portfolio.
However, ‘better late than never’ as the saying goes, and now the Netent games have finally arrived at Full Tilt Poker we’re only happy the millions of poker players that daily access the Full Tilt Poker website now also can enjoy the highest quality video slots currently available. A salute to them and congratulations, and of course time for us to have a closer look at Full Tilt Poker and the games they have on offer.
What is Full Tilt Poker?
Online poker card room Full Tilt Poker was founded in 2004 by a group of professional poker players under which famous poker ‘cracks’ like Phil Ivey, Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson. The poker room is considered to be among the pioneers of online poker playing, having contributed immensely to the popularity of the game, both as it is played in ‘real-life’ as well as online. Nowadays Full Tilt Poker, together with Poker Stars, is the biggest online poker gaming provider, counting millions of poker enthusiasts from all over the world as their members and a regular player on their website.
The selection of Netent games at Full Tilt Poker
The collection of games powered by Netent software Full Tilt has included in their (flash) casino gaming section before yesterday consists of a selection of the best video slots such as video slot Starburst, video slot Gonzo’s Quest and video slot Reel Rush. At this moment there are only 10 slots available at Full Tilt Poker but their (very efficient) helpdesk has already confirmed the coming weeks more Netent titles will be added. At the same time they also stated no other gaming options as developed by Net Entertainment (such as table games, scratchcards or a Netent Live Casino) will be added to their casino any time soon.
However, already last year both Netent as well as Full Tilt Poker announced also mobile playable Netent games were included in the license deal, and as most of the now available Netent video slots at Full Tilt have a mobile playable version too, its more than likely ‘any time soon in the near future’ Netent Touch games will appear in the Full Tilt mobile gaming section.
On top of all of this, and as my personal predictive opinion, it’s not unthinkable Full Tilt Poker eventually all the same will add other Netent gaming options to their establishment as some are highly relevant to ‘their thing’ such as the Netent video poker games and the poker table games.
Full Tilt Poker next new Netent Casino?
Well… who knows…Maybe it says it all when we state:
“At this very moment our team of ‘online casino reviewing’ experts is busy analyzing the features of Full Tilt Poker, to see if in any way the ‘biggest, most reputed, renowned and famous online poker gaming platform, properly regulated and licensed by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission and now also offering a substantial amount of the best Netent casino games’ can be included as a Netent Casino to our website”.
Stay tuned for more Full Tilt Poker news coming up soon!