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Net Entertainment and the Rational Group, owner of one of the biggest online poker platforms in the world, being Full Tilt Poker, have announced they have reached a license agreement. This means in the near future Net Entertainment will deliver both desktop as mobile playable casino games and other services to the popular online poker gaming provider.
Recently Full Tilt Poker already has extended its normal poker operations with roulette and black Jack for which an app needs to be downloaded to play the games. Both games (in several variations) can be played in a single and multiplayer version and both for real money as well as with free “fun play” money. To further expand their online casino the Rational Group now has closed a deal with Netent to be able to also offer the popular casino games of the Swedish / Maltese market leading casino games developing company to its clientele.
Sam Hobcraft, Rational Group’s director of casino, said “Net Entertainment has some of the best games in the industry and will deliver a lot of value to our business, not in the least on the mobile platform.”
On his turn Björn Krantz, managing director of Net Entertainment, stated: “Together with Rational
Group, our games portfolio will reach a completely new player base, and we are
confident that our games will be well received.”
As far as we’re concerned it’s great news and it proofs Net Entertainment is continuously expanding its horizons by exploring new markets, closing deals with the most prestigious partners nowadays active in the iGaming business.
Which games eventually will be added to the Full Tilt Poker casino at this moment isn’t clear. Probably the most popular Netent video slots will be among them and maybe also other Net Entertainment products such as their table games, video poker games and/or classic slots. The only thing we know for sure is that the Netent Touch titles will be included to the Full Tilt Poker portfolio. So keep an eye on our newsflashes over here because as soon as we know more… our readers will too. Stay tuned!