Amaya announced Monday a new deal with Full Tilt Poker that will see its slots games integrated into the client.
Its “Casino Gaming System,” which includes a library of online and mobile casino games including branded content, will be integrated into desktop and mobile platforms.
The deal is separate from Amaya’s acquisition of the Rational Group, the press statement Monday clarified.
It is Full Tilt’s third such deal with third-party content providers announced this year.
Full Tilt first expanded into non-poker games with the launch of blackjack and roulette games in January in “select markets,” including the UK.
It added to its offering with the introduction of online slots in April, following a deal with Leander Games.
It later signed a deal with Net Entertainment to bolster its casino games offerings, with a focus on mobile.
Rational Group has also been considering a move into the global sportsbetting market, a direction that new owners Amaya endorses.
Full Tilt Poker recently changed its domain names to simply “FullTilt.com.” While its branding still retains the “poker,” many saw the move as underscoring the brands commitment to introducing other forms of online gambling.
At the time of writing, all slots content in the Full Tilt Poker client was offline for maintenance.