Full Tilt Gets Denmark License

Full Tilt, an Amaya Inc. brand, today launched www.fulltilt.dk under a license from the Danish Gambling Authority, giving Danish poker and casino players access to Full Tilt’s global player base. Residents of Denmark and Greenland are now able to access the thrill and excitement of playing on Full Tilt against players globally, using software from one of the most innovative online poker sites in the world.

full tiltThe Danish license is the fourth license obtained by Full Tilt since its 2012 re-launch, alongside licenses issued by the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Malta, and underscores the brand’s commitment to responsibly grow both poker and casino gaming.

“We are excited that Danish players are now able to play both casino and poker games on Full Tilt,” said Dominic Mansour, managing director of Full Tilt. “Danish players are able to create their stories on Full Tilt and compete against players from around the world.”

PokerStars.dk, the sister brand of Full Tilt, was awarded a Danish license on December 15, 2011, and has operated under that license since January 1, 2012. Full Tilt provides a fun and safe place for players to compete in an array of poker and casino games.

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