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Leander Games to Provide Casino Games for Full Tilt Poker

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The Rational Group has selected Leander Games to provide a casino gaming platform and game content for Full Tilt Poker.

According to a press release from Leander Games, the two companies have already begun the necessary technical integration to leverage Leander’s “LeGa” gaming platform to launch unique games in addition to a selection of games from the extensive portfolio of Leander’s key partners.

Full Tilt Poker is currently testing blackjack and roulette on its own platform and expects to fully launch a full array of casino games on the Leander platform in Spring.

Steven Matsell the CEO of Leander Games, said of the new partnership: “This is a landmark deal for Leander. We are incredibly proud that Rational Group has recognised Leander as a strategic partner to move forward with on this incredible project. This partnership will change Leander’s position within the marketplace from “new kid on the block” to a serious contender. We are a small but dedicated team who live and breathe delivering the best games possible and this deal is testament to the quality of our offering. We are excited about the next few months as we work on our biggest venture to date.”

Leander games provides a casino and gaming platform for some of the biggest online operators in the world. Unibet, Gala, betsson, CasinoEuro, BetClic, bet-at-home, Betmotion and are all listed as Leander Games’ clients.

The Director of Casino for Rational GroupSam Hobcroft spoke highly of Leander Games: “Leander is the leader in a new generation of gaming platforms. They’re smart, creative, nimble and combine speed-to-market with technical excellence.”

Although Full Tilt Poker is adding casino games to its product, sister site PokerStars will remain a poker-only operation.

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