Amaya-owned Full Tilt has completed its migration to sister brand PokerStars.
First announced by Amaya in February, the firm said that the move will allow Full Tilt players to benefit from greater game selection and bigger tournaments, while still playing through the Full Tilt brand.
A merger date of May 17 was confirmed by Amaya earlier this month.
To mark the migration, the brand has launched ‘Jackpot Unchained’, a series of special promotions that will include competitions such as ‘The Deal Daily Top Up’, through which $2,000 (€1,800) will be added to ‘The Deal Jackpot’ each day for a period of 28 days.
This will culminate in ‘The Deal Jackpot Guarantee’, where a jackpot of at least $100,000 will be available from June 14.
Casino players will also have access to 50% slots cashback, as well as the ‘$25K Takeaway’, where that amount in prizes will be available for customers playing any casino games.
In addition, players that have not previously deposited on PokerStars will benefit from a 100% first deposit bonus of up to $600 or a free $20.
“The software upgrade is designed to create a better gaming experience for all poker and casino players, who will now enjoy access to a larger variety of games, buy-in and stake levels, as well as access to larger tournaments and prize pools,” Full Tilt and PokerStars said in a joint release.
“Full Tilt players can still avail themselves of The Deal, Full Tilt avatars and the thrill of Full Tilt casino games.”
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