Amaya merges Full Tilt & PokerStars liquidity into ‘centralised network’


Amaya Inc has confirmed that it will migrate players from subsidiary brand Full Tilt onto a shared poker network with its leader product PokerStars.

The player migration which will be actioned on 17 May, will see Full Tilt and PokerStars merge their ‘poker player liquidity’.

In February, Amaya governance detailed that it would create a shared network for its online poker assets with a view of improving corporate technology by focusing development on one ‘centralised network’.

The Full Tilt migration will further see the operator utilise a single account across all its business assets; Full Tilt, PokerStars, BetStars, Duel and StarsDraft.

Issuing a corporate statement, Amaya detailed that players can expect to play on a single, centralised network by May 17, or at least by the end of the 2016 Spring Championship of Online Poker, which runs from May 8-22.

Amaya detailed that all Full Tilt player cash, bonuses and loyalty promotions would be migrated onto the centralised network. Players that choose not to update their accounts have been advised to withdraw their funds before the software upgrade takes place.




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