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March 02, 2021

The desktop and mobile applications are no longer available

PokerStars to retire Full Tilt Poker brand Feb. 24

PokerStars to retire Full Tilt Poker brand Feb. 24
While Full Tilt always had less traffic than PokerStars, it was known to host some of the biggest games and biggest stars in the world of online poker.
United States | 02/23/2021

Almost years after PokerStars acquired the Full Tilt Poker brand and software, the former home of legendary nosebleed cash game action will officially cease to exist. All remaining users on the site will be migrated to the global PokerStars platform.

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okerStars, who acquired the Full Tilt Poker brand and software ten years ago, has announced that the iconic brand will now close in the dot-com market, after the shutdown of the Full Tilt skin for EU players in 2020.
 
All remaining users on the site will be migrated to the global PokerStars platform, PRO reports.

The former home of legendary nosebleed cash game action will officially cease to exist starting Thursday. While Full Tilt always had less traffic than PokerStars, it was known to host some of the biggest games and biggest stars in the world of online poker.

It comes almost ten years since PokerStars acquired the Full Tilt Poker brand and software, and five years after the software was sunset. For the last few years, Full Tilt players remained on the brand, but played on a thin skin on top of the PokerStars platform, sharing the same player pool, account system and rewards program.

That chapter will now close, with the desktop and mobile applications no longer available.

As PRO reported last month, the closure of the brand has been on the cards for a while, but until now there was no definite date known for the shutdown of the FullTilt.com skin.

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