Full Tilt Poker is coming to Steam, the poker network wagering that casual and gamers that are social town will eventually make the transition to real-money play.
Full Tilt Poker is arriving at the Steam marketplace, the software getting approval after being vetted by the entertainment gaming distribution platform's community of users. Over 125 million gamers strong, Steam will start providing Full Tilt's play-money product sometime before the newest Year strikes.
Steam provides over 6,400 streaming games to buy and play that is free its software which can be accessed on computer systems or standalone hardware.
'Full Tilt is now greenlit and we wanted to express our thanks to the Steam community for the votes cast to there get us,' the poker network posted within the community forum. 'It's been an excellent process and we have been looking forward to bringing you the total Full Tilt Poker.NET experience in the very near future.'
Comprehensive Tilt parent and Amaya CEO David Baazov unveiled during a current conference call with investors that the poker system accounts for just three percent of the overall market. In contrast, its sibling network, PokerStars, has a 68 percent stronghold, based on Amaya's assessment.
Tapping into the enormous gaming that is social could pay dividends for Full Tilt if it is able to attract more old-fashioned movie gamers.
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